When as a society we think of getting and being healthy we typically think of physical aspects. We think of losing weight, gaining muscle, and looking athletic. What most of us fail to remember is that our mental health is just as important as our physical health. Mental health disorders
When we are confronted with anxious or worrisome events our bodies react differently than when faced with a normal situation. This causes the fight or flight response to naturally respond. Some people automatically go into fight mode. A majority of us respond with flight and the mental repercussion is transformed
According to the World Health Organization, nearly 300 million people across the globe have depression. Left untreated, depression can increase your risk of dying by suicide, put you at increased risk for developing cardiovascular diseases, and negatively impact your social and physical health. Fortunately, depression isn’t typically a condition that
Maybe you’re unsure of where your next paycheck is coming from. Perhaps you’re in an at-risk population and know that developing COVID-19 could prove to be fatal. Or there’s a possibility that you’re struggling mentally with the loneliness resulting from social isolation. The most important thing you can do while
Taking care of your health is the single best investment you can make in your life. You only get one mind and body to live your life, and if you don’t take good care of it, it could expire before you are ready to go. The key to long term
Nothing puts a damper on your confidence and self-esteem in any social situation quite like realizing your breath stinks. When your breath is bad, it can make first impressions harder to nail, and completely shatter your confidence when you need it the most. Not to mention that bad breath is

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