6 Nervous Habits You Should Curtail for the Sake of Your Health

Anxiety is the most common mental illness. It affects forty million Americans every year. Many people suffering from anxiety will exhibit destructive nervous behavior at some point. These habits became an outward expression of inner turmoil. Many anxious behaviors seem innocuous at first. But they can create serious physical health concerns and cause irreparable damage. Anxiety habits can […]

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6 Benefits to sober living

There are many reasons that people can’t completely say no to drinking wine, beer, cocktails, and other alcoholic drinks. Most of them would regularly consume alcohol drinks when socializing with other people, some would need to de-stress and feel relaxed after a tiring day at work, while others would see drinking alcohol as an escape […]

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The importance of the psychologist in the hospital context

Unlike what happens around the beginning of the century, when infectious diseases represented the preponderant cause of mortality, the most serious health problems that medicine faces today are chronic-palliative diseases. Currently, morbidity and mortality rates are increasingly present and related to health behaviors and life habits. Psychology is the science whose object of study includes […]

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Start the Year off Right: Why Everyone Should See a Licensed Mental Health Counselor

This year, approximately 43.8 million people will experience a mental illness. That’s one in five adults in the US. 9.8 million or 1 in 25 adults will experience a serious mental illness this year limiting or interfering with their major life activities. But even if you aren’t having a mental health crisis, it’s a good […]

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Don’t Become Another Statistic: Strategies To Avoid Depression At College

More and more students develop depression at college with every passing year. Although researchers aren’t entirely sure what’s behind the trend, many believe that it might be related to increased pressure on students, the lack of high-quality jobs after graduation, and lack of preparation for independent learning in school. The statistics regarding student mental health […]

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