Mental Health

Mental Health

6 Ways to Fight Depression

treating depression

When dealing with depression, it can overwhelmingly feel as if there is nothing anyone can do to make you feel better. Being an illness, depression symptoms often make you feel a lack of home in your life, which can lead to low self-esteem, low energy, and low ambitions to do anything of consequence.

 

Get Happy. 10 Effective Tools To Become Happy!

Be Happy

Does such a thing as true happiness exist in this world? Can even one person in the whole world vouch for the fact that they are truly happy? Happiness has different meanings for different people. People fail to understand whether they are truly happy or not.

How To Treat Seasonal Affective Depressive Disorder Naturally

Do you find yourself being more depressed than usual during the winter months? You might be suffering from what is known as winter depression or "Winter Blues", also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). The main culprit of this type of seasonal depression is due to fewer amount of light hours that occur during the winter months.

Food for Excellent Brain Function

Brain Food

The brain, among all the organs of the body, is the greediest. It is vital to adequately nourish it with food for creative thoughts, positive mood, sharp memory and health and wellness in general. It is not surprising that what you eat affects your thinking, feeling, remembering, and possibly, increases your intelligence.

Beating the Winter Blues

winter blues

Do you feel you suffer from the winter blues, or Seasonal Affective Disorder? Do you get those down feelings as soon as the clocks go back? Well you're not alone. It's estimated that 1 in 10 people suffer from the winter blues.

So, what's this got to do with nutrition? Well, simple changes made through diet, supplements and lifestyle could really make the difference to how you feel.

Treating Social Anxiety Disorder

How to be more social

Social anxiety disorder (SAD), or social phobia, primarily impairs the individual's ability to function in social situations. It may even go as far as hindering the person to feel at ease in front of anyone else, except his family and a few friends. The person with social phobia limits his activities to places and situations wherein he feels secure from being scrutinized by other people. However, given that social structures and activities are commonly geared towards active social interaction, the person often excludes himself from normal day-to-day engagements.

Laughter Makes the Workplace Lighter

Workplace and Health

Did you know that the average preschooler laughs or smiles 400 times a day? That number drops to 15 by the time people are 35 yrs. old. Isn’t it amazing what stress and too much responsibility can do? So who says that work always has to be serious? Work environments where humor is encouraged, tend to be happier, less stressed and more productive.

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