The World Health Organization (WHO) released a scientific brief that stated that there was a dramatic 25% increase in the global prevalence of depression and anxiety during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mental illnesses are common health condition that many individuals experience and the COVID pandemic has only made things worse. Read about how to identify mental illnesses within the family and the appropriate actions to take.
Happy Lunar New Year! 2022 is the Year of the Tiger. It is important to highlight the values of the Asian American and Pacific Islander population and break down the mental health stigma that pervades their culture.
Read about how medical researchers are teaming up with U.S. Department of Veterans Affair to investigate how transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) helps with the symptoms of depression and post traumatic stress disorder.
PTSD and CPTSD are similar yet different mental health conditions. They have various commonalities within the symptoms that individuals may experience. Read to learn more about each mental health conditions.
Psychotherapy, also referred to as talk therapy, is an approach that is used to help individuals who are experiencing a variety of mental illnesses and struggling emotionally. Learn about the different forms of psychotherapy and what differentiates them.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder, OCD, and obsessive-compulsive personality disorder, OCPD, differ from one another in various ways. They are two distinct conditions that have their own symptoms and treatment plans. Read to learn more about them!
Physical activity is important in maintaining a happy and healthy lifestyle. It has numerous benefits for not just individuals' physical wellbeing but mental as well. Read to learn more about the benefits of physical activity for mental health.
Anxiety disorders are a mental health condition that occurs as the body's reaction. This can happen either from a threat or perceived threat. Read to learn more about the different and common types of anxiety disorders.
Sleep is important for individuals' minds and bodies. It is beneficial physically and mentally. Read to learn more about the pros of getting enough sleep and what health benefits can be gained from it.
Bipolar disorder, also known and formerly called manic depression, is a mental health condition causing extreme mood swings with emotional highs and lows. Read to learn more about bipolar disorders type I & II.
Read about how the three pillars of mental health help predict onset of mental illness disorders. These three behaviors can increase an individual's risk of many mental health disorders but with proper guidance, the risks can be reduced.
Schizoaffective disorder occurs when individuals endure schizophrenia symptoms and mood disorder symptoms. Read to learn more about this mental health disorder along with the symptoms, causes, and treatments.
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, ADHD for short, is a mental health condition that develops during childhood and is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders. Learn more about the different types of treatments for ADHD.
Mental disorders or mental illnesses are conditions that affect individuals' thinking, feeling, mood, and behavior. This could be occasional or chronic. Read to learn more about the different types of mental disorders.
At the beginning of 2020, COVID-19 took away the privilege of being able to work and go to school due to it being unsafe to be around others. Instead, many had to adjust to working remotely and struggle being productive in the environment given to them.
Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the U.S. which affects more than 18% of the population. Read about how to recognize anxiety disorders in someone you know and what you can do to help.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder, also known as OCD for short, is an anxiety disorder that causes individuals to have obsessive or repetitive thoughts. There are certain theories that may be the cause of OCD, but it is still unknown and not proven.
Anxiety disorders are known to be the most common mental illness in the U.S. and affects roughly around 40 million adults in the United Stated at the age of 18 and older. It is important to know how to recognize and treat anxiety.
There has been numerous changes to our daily lives because since the corona virus has reached the United States. The numbers keep rising while businesses and school are going remote. These are some ideas to be productive during this time.
Social anxiety can be a heavy mental burden to carry through every day interactions at work or on digital conference calls. Use these tips and guidelines to help you navigate through the anxiety and feel more confident.
We want to make sure the residents of Orange County will be able to nourish themselves and their families with healthy, whole foods and necessary supplies. Take the time to take care of what matters most.