This is the happiest time of year, right? Family, friends, fun and food are what life is about. Except you don’t feel excited, you actually feel a bit depressed. Maybe you have the holiday blues. What do you do if this is the case? What do you do?
No one can guarantee that you will never become disabled, but there are numerous ways, through lifestyle choices, where you can lower the chances of disability greatly.
Even though our understanding and acceptance of mental illness continues to grow, we tend to make little effort to improve our own mental health. You can reduce your chances of developing mental illness like you can reduce your chances of a physical illness. Here are six ways.
The fact that we have a description for the way many people feel on Mondays–the Monday blues–is an indication that numerous people have these feelings. Here are six ways to battle the Monday blues. But bear in mind, if the Monday blues are chronic it might be an indication of a deeper emotional distress related to your job.
Numerous studies show that stress in the workplace is the major source of stress for American adults. So what are the main workplace stressors that you can look out for? And once you identify them, what can you do in order to reduce these stressors?
Are you prepared for the emotional stages of retirement? You may have plenty of financial preparation for this stage in your life, but the less-discussed mental aspects of retirement have as much to do with a successful retirement as finances. This list provides a primer on potential emotional stages or retirement.
When it comes to developing healthy living habits, the younger we learn to do the right things, the longer we’re likely to live.
With the spread of obesity, poor eating habits, and inactivity around the world, how will we reverse this trend and begin to beat diabetes?
Schools do a poor job of educating doctors regarding proper nutrition… and hence, docs do a poor job at counseling patients about the huge impact their diet has on their overall health.