Tagged in "mental health"

Mental health and psychology are essential in life extension and leading a healthy and happy life.

Dear Stress

Kristine Brown
in Culture

(Somewhere, 2014) There’s an ongoing ache down the left side of my neck, and I think to myself, Is this psychosomatic pain? Refer to YouTube and WebMD, an article or two on Livestrong about fibromyalg...

Don't be Mental

RJ Plant
in Science

What's the big deal with dreams and why is it so important we figure it out? Well, because when we dream, our brain is doing something. So, what if what it's doing is helping or hurting us? The scienc...

Life: for Those Who are Swimming

Tezhara Reynolds
in Culture

I already know that this post will trigger some readers if not most, but it is a subject I've been pondering on for quite a while now. There are so many posts that I've seen on the internet that inclu...

Methods to Improve Your Mental Wellbeing in 10 Minutes

Ossiana Tepfenhart
in Culture

Most of us have had moments in our lives where we really weren't doing well. In some cases, this may have even caused us to get sick or say something that we really didn't want to say. Stress and turm...

Things Emotionally Strong People Do

Mackenzie Kennedy
in Culture

Ever meet someone who seems to be able to overcome any kind of drama with ease? It's hard to imagine how some people are able to cope with the curveballs they get thrown in life, but usually, it all c...

How Spring Cleaning Can Help Your Mental Health

Patrick Cooper
in Culture

Spring cleaning is so much more than just sweeping out your house. Spring is the season to try new things and declare new trends for the new year. However, more important that that, spring cleaning ca...

Learning To Smile Again

Shalaria LeNoir
in Culture

Before anyone asks, yes, I personally suffer from depression. While many think it's a choice (much like sexual orientation for some reason) I believe it's genetic, as I come from a family of artists a...

How To Clear Blocked Chakras

Brittany McSorley
in Culture

Chakras are important concepts in Jainism, Buddhism, and Hinduism. Derived from the Sanskrit word for “wheel”, the term chakra refers to points of concentrated energy in our subtle bodies (meaning our...

Start Your Meditation with Contemplation

BambooMoves Forest Hills
in Science

When I first started meditating it was so difficult. My mind was everywhere and with each thought a strong emotion followed. I felt like I was on an emotional roller coaster and thought, “why in the h...

Beat Up Diabetes Before It Beats You Up

Ljubinko Zivkovic
in Science

It was one of those standard New Year’s resolutions that always pops up in your mind, but you never really get to it - get a full medical check-up and keep it a regular thing. After all, it was practi...

Not Guilty

Vikki Sinclair
in Culture

Things we need to stop feeling guilty for

Is It Possible to Replace Sleep With Five Daily Naps?

Anthony Gramuglia
in Science

In a twenty-four hour day, a normal human can spend eight to ten hours sleeping – almost half the day, devoted to recovering from the first fourteen to sixteen hours. While many people long for the co...

Walks in the Park

Benjamin Weinberg
in Culture

With the constant temptations of technology, the Internet, endless entertainment options, and other distractions, it is all too easy nowadays to get caught up in work, school, and other commitments wi...

Mental and Social Woes of Suspicion

RJ Plant
in Science

Welcome back! Good to see ya, nice to meet’cha, let’s dive right in! Today’s topic is solely focused on suspicion and how it can affect your social life and mental processes. Of course, it’s only reas...

World Autism Day Sees Widespread Recognition

Christina St-Jean
in Science

Autism Spectrum Disorder is a complex developmental disorder that "affects a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others. More than 3.5 million Americans currently live with ASD, and 1 in...

Honor the Warriors on World Bipolar Day

Christina St-Jean
in Culture

March 30 is the day upon which those individuals who cope with bouts of extreme depression and mania on a regular basis fight to raise awareness about their condition. On World Bipolar Day, the Intern...