mood disorder

Being in a bad mood isn’t really something to worry about. It happens to all of us. When you’re stressed at work and don’t have time for your family or can’t do things that you’re passionate about, you can’t really help to feel a bit down every now and then. The question is, how do…

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Mental health is as important as physical health. Therefore, people shouldn’t feel ashamed about seeking help and refuge from mental health services. On average, one in five Americans experiences a type of mental illness every year. However, no matter how progressive society has become, it’s still difficult for some people to move forward and seek…

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anxiety

Anxiety disorders affect nearly one-fifth of all Americans. And despite the availability of effective medicines, only around one-third of those suffering from the disease seek treatment. Now, assess yourself and ask if you are a part of one or both of these demographics. If you suffer from anxiety, you can learn more about the condition…

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teletherapy

Teletherapy and telepsychiatry now employ videotelephony (such as Zoom), phone conversations, or other messaging technologies to help mental health experts and their patients communicate more effectively. Several studies demonstrate that collaborating digitally with a qualified, trained mental health practitioner can provide similar results as in-person sessions. Both teletherapeutic and telepsychiatric services in New Hampshire are…

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lying on bed

It is known that a person should get enough sleep each night to be healthy and to function at their best. Not getting enough sleep can cause disappointment and worry. Your risk of falling, having an accident while driving, and missing work also goes up when you’re unwell and not sleeping. Insomnia can lead to…

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