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    Mental Health

    The Most Common Mental Health Issues That Need Treatment

    Different mental health issues are known to impact one’s behavior, thinking, perceptions, and mood. Oftentimes, these issues are known to run in families. Anyone with a mental illness or disorder could have a difficult time coping with relationships, work, and other daily life demands. Discovering that you have a mental illness can be disappointing, but most of these conditions can be managed through counseling and/or medication.

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    What is an Internet Addiction?

    Internet Addiction Disorder, or Problematic Internet Use, affects daily life, work, and relationships. While not officially recognized as a disorder, it is a growing concern. Excessive online activities can lead to isolation, financial issues, and relationship difficulties. Standardized diagnosis is lacking, resulting in varying prevalence rates. Further research is needed.

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    8 Ways on How Flowers Can Benefit Your Health

    Flowers are beautiful creations of Mother Nature that you can incorporate into your home decor. They are beautiful to look and for people to adore. But apart from the beauty it offers, it can also provide benefits for the health of the inhabitants in the household. The following are 8 ways of how flowers can benefit your health. 1. Purifies the Air Flowers just purchased from the florist are still fresh, like the potted plants, and this means they are still breathing. When the plant breathes, it breathes in carbon dioxide and breathes out oxygen. Therefore, by putting flowers at home, your home will have more oxygen which can make…

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    How Businesses Have Been Focusing on Mental Health

    Looking after the mental health of employees should be a top priority for business owners. The average 9 to 5 Monday to Friday worker spends more than 25% of their lives at work, so it’s imperative that their mental health is looked after. Talking about mental health issues isn’t always easy, however. Although an increasing amount of people have been opening up about their mental health when compared to previous decades, we still have far to go; employees are often afraid to speak out about their issues due to the potential stigma that still surrounds mental health. 1. Communication It’s easy to get caught up in the tech bubble if…

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    All About Alzheimer’s Disease: Signs, Symptoms, and What To Do

    Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of dementia affecting adult Americans, 20 percent of whom will be 65 or older by 2029. It’s not easy to deal with, either as a patient or as the loved one of a patient, and many people have no idea what to do when their loved ones begin showing signs. Perhaps the most important step in caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s is recognizing the symptoms as they begin to show, and understanding how to begin caring for a loved one with dementia. The earliest stages of Alzheimer’s aren’t usually detectable by a doctor, since they might be explained away as normal…

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    Mental Health

    Healthy Ways To Treat Yourself On Occasion

    We all enjoy a bit of indulgence from time to time, but it’s important to understand how to indulge without damaging your body. In perspective, that pack of cookies is not worth overloading your vessel with sugar and placing unnecessary stress on your organs. If you want to learn how to “party” with caution, take a few moments to read up on your favorite treats. Here is a brief look at a few ways to relax and release without compromising your overall health. Drinking can be acceptable Drinking gets a bad rep most of the time, but it’s really the ways in which people use alcohol that makes it such…