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How Mental Health Affects Your Everyday Life

How Mental Health Affects Your Everyday Life

From Sierra Powell Mental health is a term that covers many areas. It includes anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, depression, and more. There are many puzzles and taboos associated with discussing mental health. However, mental health affects every single aspect of a person’s life. The way mental health affects your life Mental health affects your ability to…

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Debunking The Myths — And Uncovering The Advantages — Of Health Savings Accounts

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When you started your career, you were probably told that working hard and saving plenty of money would put you on your way to financial independence and a comfortable retirement. While this is good and true advice, it overlooks one thing: Your savings won’t matter if you aren’t healthy. Your health is your most valuable…

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Mental Health Awareness Month 2021 – My Brain’s Not Broken

Mental Health Awareness Month 2021 – My Brain's Not Broken

It’s May, which means it’s another big month for mental health! May is Mental Health Awareness Month in the United States, an annual event dedicated to raising national mental health awareness. While mental health awareness occurs year round, this month is a time for specific conversations about reducing the mental health stigma and advocating the…

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Women don’t feel heard during reproductive health appointments, study finds

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A new study found that 23% of women and people with gynecological organs felt “not heard” about their reproductive health at medical appointments. We are investigating why this is so and seeking advice from a family doctor in order to be heard Many of us will understand the importance of taking our reproductive health seriously…

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Talking About Mental Health on the (Inter)national Stage – My Brain’s Not Broken

Talking About Mental Health on the (Inter)national Stage – My Brain's Not Broken

TW: This post is about suicide / suicidal thoughts. Like millions of people around the world, I saw Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Oprah interview this week. I thought it was very good for a lot of reasons, but since this is a mental health blog, I’ll stick with what we do and what inspired…

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Social Media Affects Influencers’ Mental Health

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Social media influencers have had a tremendous impact on online culture, often serving as role models and mentors to the people who follow them. Influencers promote a particular lifestyle, different products and brands, and original content on their social media pages. Almost everything influencers post has been tailored to appear ideal and support an image….

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How ‘Life Hacks’ Simplify My Mental Health Challenges – My Brain’s Not Broken

How ‘Life Hacks’ Simplify My Mental Health Challenges – My Brain's Not Broken

For me, research is an important part of living with depression and anxiety. When I first found out about my mental health issues, Google was my best friend and I looked up everything from symptoms to the best way to overcome depression. I found a lot of helpful information that taught me a lot about…

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Covid unemployment will have ‘profound effect’ on mental health

Covid unemployment will have ‘profound effect’ on mental health

If you have job issues that are affecting your mental health from the pandemic, you are not alone Given the surge in the UK unemployment rate, according to the latest ONS figures, a new report warns that unemployment and job insecurity will have a profound effect on mental health across the UK during the Covid-19…

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Seeing the World Through a Mental Health Lens – My Brain’s Not Broken

Seeing the World Through a Mental Health Lens – My Brain's Not Broken

Everyone has their own way of seeing the world. While many of us see it in very similar ways, there are still personality traits and life experiences that make our point of view unique. Some people refer to these as the “lenses” through which we see the world. The lenses through which I see the…

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