Mental health is important for a variety of reasons, and that’s why it’s so vital to ensure that you and your loved ones remain in a healthy headspace as often as possible. For those who suffer from certain mood disorders, however, this can become more of a challenge.
Depression continues to be a major health issue for older adults, affecting roughly 20 percent of adults ages 65 and older, and leading to higher risk of heart disease and death from illness. Though there are several ways to treat depression, many people who struggle with the disorder are not keen on the idea of taking medication. One great way to manage stress, and treat depression and anxiety without medication is through the regular practice of mindfulness and meditation, which has been shown to help your brain deal with such challenges.
Today’s society seems to have an obsession with personal productivity — sometimes to the point of forgoing rest, relaxation, and recreation altogether — but it’s important to remember that you are much more than just a cog in a machine.
Depression is a complicated issue. While there are many treatments that are effective at relieving depression symptoms, these treatments can lose varying degrees of effectiveness over time.
Have you ever heard the old adage that good health starts at home? Well as it turns out, there may be some serious truth to that statement. In today’s environment, business casual has taken on a whole new meaning. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on our society, many of us have become all too familiar with staying at home.
We see stereotypes everywhere we look: the television, the Internet, even in books and movies. While we may think there’s no harm in viewing misinformation, especially when it’s in the form of entertainment, it actually couldn’t be further from the truth. Our views on the world and others are often formed by the media as…
Suffering from any mental illness can feel not only debilitating, but also isolating. The TMS Center of the Lehigh Valley provides an alternative treatment to those suffering from depression, but we also want to let everyone know who’s struggling throughout the Lehigh Valley with various mental illnesses that help is available. Whether you’re in need of access to psychiatric services and medication support or are looking for an organization that can help provide support groups, share information with friends and family, or you simply want to make a friend, resources are available to you throughout the Lehigh Valley.
The recent news coverage surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has generated a lot of fear and panic in the minds of many around the globe, understandably. But for those diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, the fear and panic can be so severe that it is negatively impacting their daily lives and relationships.