Staying active can help offset the symptoms of depression. The difficult part is that depression seeks to destroy your interest in staying active creating a snowball effect.
Breakups are hard – mentally and physically. We all go through them, but it’s important to recognize when normal mourning over the loss of a relationship gives way to a serious mental health issue.
Depression can be a lifelong battle and as soon as you feel like you’ve gotten control of it, something changes and you feel like you’re back to square one. Sometimes that changes happens to be the effectiveness of your medication.
Anxiety can affect the best of us, even those with the steadiest of nerves. Luckily, there are ways to fight back and take control of of that scumbag brain of yours.
New research is showing that using social media without actually posting or engaging is likely to make you feel depressed. If you’re not going to use social media, there’s no reason to be on it.
There are few things as meditative as tending a garden and getting lost in the care of your beloved plants. People who garden and keep flowers tend to have lower rates of anxiety.