Mental Health Blog. Weeky update. Topics: Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Insomnia, Agoraphobia, Social Anxiety, Panic Attacks.
Postpartum Depression: Symptoms and Treatment. Postpartum Depression: Symptoms and Treatment Posted On November 2, 2020October 25, 2020 Posted By Childbirth is a transformative impact on a woman’s body.
Growing a life within yourself brings about drastic hormonal and physical changes before, during, and after childbirth. If you feel like a negative shift in mental health postpartum, you may be struggling with postpartum depression. After childbirth, our body experiences changes in your estrogen and progesterone levels. It is usually normal to feel drastically different until about two weeks after childbirth.
Some symptoms of postpartum depression include: Not feeling connected to your babyIntrusive thoughts about your babyNeglecting your own or your baby’s hygieneInability to focusDrastic mood swingsIrritabilityInability to enjoy activities you once lovedPanic attacksFatigueThoughts of suicideThoughts of harming yourself or your baby. ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and Anxiety. Is there a link? - About Happy Life. ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and Anxiety.
Is there a link? Posted On October 26, 2020October 24, 2020 Posted By Psychologists and behaviorists have dedicated numerous amounts of research in order to understand anxiety for those who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Because the two diagnoses have many similarities, it is important to accurately diagnose them in order to treat them effectively. Researchers have had a hard time diagnosing anxiety in people with Autism Spectrum Disorder. People with ASD and Anxiety both: Experience unexplainable actions in a social situationUncomfortable in social situationsFear changeReact strongly to a stimulus – such as phobiaMay be triggered by specific sensations, such as loud noises, etc.Fear negative reactionsCannot cope with feeling restrictedEmotional dysregulationStartle reactionsAvoidance. What is Auriculotherapy? - About Happy Life.
What is Auriculotherapy?
Posted On October 19, 2020October 19, 2020 Posted By Therapists often use evidence-based physical techniques to help treat mental health conditions. For example, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and Chromotherapy are often used in treating severe post-traumatic stress disorder. One technique that therapists use to treat physical and mental health issues is auriculotherapy. Auriculotherapy is an Eastern medicinal treatment procedure of manipulating the ears in order to treat various health concerns. Spiral dynamics: 8 Levels of Human Value Systems (by Dr. Clare W. Graves) Spiral dynamics: 8 Levels of Human Value Systems (by Dr.
Clare W. Emetophobia: Symptoms, and 2 Treatments - About Happy Life. Emetophobia: Symptoms, and 2 Treatments Posted On October 5, 2020July 24, 2020 Posted By Emetophobia is the intense fear of vomiting.
Though most people don’t like the unpleasant feeling of throwing up, emetophobia can severely interfere with your lifestyle. Emetophobics don’t only fear the act of vomiting itself, but are hyper-conscious of anything that leads to vomiting such as illnesses and bad smells, seeing vomit, or nausea. Social-emotional activities for preschoolers - %sitename. Social-emotional activities for preschoolers Posted On September 28, 2020July 23, 2020 Posted By Speaking of social-emotional activities for preschoolers, you may be wondering if preschool is too early to start talking about and practicing socio-emotional activities.
Will they be able to understand? Are they too young to regulate their emotions? Narcissistic sociopaths. How can you recognize them? Narcissistic sociopaths.
How can you recognize them? Posted On September 21, 2020July 18, 2020 Posted By Narcissistic sociopaths can often make you feel drained. Social-emotional activities for preschoolers - %sitename. Narcissistic sociopaths. How can you recognize them? Do You Suffer from Mania? - About Happy Life. Do You Suffer from Mania?
Posted On September 14, 2020July 17, 2020 Posted By Mania, also known as manic syndrome, can be understood as the polar opposite of depression. Mania are thrilling feelings of extreme happiness and feeling invincible. At first, it may seem like an exciting emotion, however, people who experience mania may also experience restlessness and make poor decisions. There are varying degrees of mania that you can be diagnosed with depending on the severity of symptoms and how often you experience an episode. Mania can feel enlightening and ecstatic.
Dysthymia: Everything You Need To Know. Dysthymia: Everything You Need To Know Posted On September 7, 2020July 17, 2020 Posted By Dysthymia is a major depressive disorder where you feel a general state of depression for two years or more.
The difference between Major Depression and Dysthymia is that Major Depression often happens in waves when Dysthymia is a persistent feeling. It often affects every factor of your life, from your personal relationships, to work, to your daily routine. GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) diet - About Happy Life. GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) diet Posted On August 31, 2020July 17, 2020 Posted By There is no doubt that the way we eat has a profound impact on our physical and mental health.
But will a restricted diet work? Dr. The Gut and Psychology Syndrome diet bases itself on the theory that many of our physical and mental ails come from a “leaky gut.” In GAPS, a leaky gut is when toxins, chemicals, and bacteria leak into your intestines through the absorption phase of digestion. According to Dr. Mental Breakdown: Symptoms & Solutions - About Happy Life. Mental Breakdown: Symptoms & Solutions Posted On August 24, 2020July 17, 2020 Posted By A mental breakdown, or nervous breakdown, can be described as an alteration of one’s behavior due to an accumulation of stress and emotional burden.
Although it is not technically a medical condition, it can be a strong indication of one’s mental health state and lack of healthy coping mechanisms. Mental breakdowns can look very different from person to person. Mental breakdowns can happen after a big life change, such as job loss, death of a loved one, moving, becoming new parents, or getting a new job. 5 Simple Stress Management Activities - About Happy Life. 5 Simple Stress Management Activities. Behavioral Health & Behavioral Therapy - About Happy Life. Behavioral Health & Behavioral Therapy Posted On August 10, 2020July 17, 2020 Posted By Behavioral health is the study of someone’s behavior in relation and how it affects their lifestyle.
Some use the term “behavioral health” and “mental health” interchangeably. 5 Amazing Social Benefits of Exercise - About Happy Life. 5 Amazing Social Benefits of Exercise Posted On August 3, 2020July 17, 2020 Posted By Physical activity is often recommended for your own physical and mental health. However, exercise has even shown to have numerous social benefits as well. Below are a few ways exercise can also influence a healthy social life. Hormones and Happiness After a good workout or physical activity, your body releases a hormone called endorphins which lower stress and anxiety. Happy people can contribute to conversations healthily and are more willing to smile. What does Bipolar really mean? - About Happy Life. What does Bipolar really mean? Posted On July 27, 2020July 17, 2020 Posted By You may have heard of the mental health condition: Bipolar disorder.
Or maybe you’ve heard someone say, “Oh, she’s bipolar” to describe someone who has been having mood swings. However, being bipolar is more than just an adjective for someone who seems happy one minute and upset the next. Bipolar disorder is a serious mental health condition that should not be taken lightly. What is Psychosis? - About Happy Life. Anxiety disorder in kids - The symptoms, causes, and how to treat it - About Happy Life. Anxiety disorder in kids – The symptoms, causes, and how to treat it. Dr. Google. Can you rely on him? - About Happy Life. Dr. Dr. Google. Can you rely on him? - About Happy Life. Dr. Google. What is OCD? Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. About Happy Life. Living with Narcolepsy - About Happy Life.
Living with Narcolepsy. The long-term challenge of Social Phobia - About Happy Life. The long-term challenge of Social Phobia. What is a Panic Attack? - About Happy Life. What is a Panic Attack? Posted On June 22, 2020May 18, 2020 Posted By A Panic Attack is a physical manifestation of anxiety. Panic attacks usually consume a person suddenly and may feel scary for someone enduring a panic attack.
Symptoms of a Panic Attack may include: Anxiety Chest Pain: Identify & Treat - About Happy Life. Anxiety Chest Pain: Identify & Treat Posted On June 15, 2020May 16, 2020. What is Deep Sleep? & Why is this important to you? - About Happy Life. Acrophobia, Causes & Treatment - About Happy Life. Teacher Burnout, everything you need to know - About Happy Life.
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