Mental Health Myths to Ignore

Mental Health Myths to Ignore

There is a big stigma against have a mental illness where people feel ashamed of having their brain work differently. According to the Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 80% of people experience mental illness or know someone who will. It is important not to forget about the myths that people have on mental illness that is…

woman after recovery from being one of the many Alcohol Cirrhosis Patients

How to Handle Anxiety While Traveling

Traveling can be very stressful as no one wants to face the common problems of missing your flight, losing your luggage, flight delays, etc. This can cause someone to develop panic attacks at the airport which can lead to more problems. It is important to think ahead of all of the worst possibilities that can…

Supermodels and Anxiety

Supermodels and Anxiety

A model’s profession is all about the way they look. What people say about them can influence the way they see themselves. Today’s young models have come out to People Magazine recently about their anxiety and the best methods to overcome it. Anxiety is dealing with a worry that is so intense that it disrupted…

Post-College Graduation Depression

Post-College Graduation Depression

Not everyone knows where life will take them after college graduation. According to an Acad Psychiatry study in 2015, 60% of college graduates who had a mental health problem reported at least one mental health problem two years later. It is important to know that after you graduate college, take everything one day at a…

Major Classes of Antidepressants

Major Classes of Antidepressants

Serotonin is the brain’s feel-good chemical, norepinephrine is connected to how alert you feel, and dopamine is the reward center of the brain. Not enough of any of these neurotransmitters is what causes depression. It is important to learn about the different classes of antidepressants so you can better decide which one is best for…

Journaling to Help with Depression

Journaling to Help with Depression

Journaling can be a great outlet for your emotions. It can be hard to express what you mean into words when you speak to someone. By writing in a journal, you can organize your thoughts and be aware of what triggers your depression to get better. Journaling can put you on the path of self-discovery.…