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Posts Tagged: mental health

29th March, 2016

How to Calm Anxiety and Depression – The Easy Way to Restore Vital Neurochemicals

Getting hot and sweaty might not be great for comfort but it’s brilliant for mental health. If getting hot and sweaty isn’t your thing, stay with me – there are other ways to get the full mental health benefits of exercise without the intensity and your brain will love you for it – like, love you. Exercise is the wonderdrug-but-not-a-drug of the mental health world. Volumes of research have testified to its incredible capacity to strengthen mental health, and now we’re starting to uncover why. 

The Masks We Wear
14th December, 2015

The Masks We Wear (by Drew Craner)

Within the last ten years or so there has been an increase in superhero movies released.  These heroes range from Batman, Iron Man, Captain America, and The Hulk.  Most of these heroes’ have a lot in common.  They are all for fighting for the greater good, conquering evil, and saving humanity.  They also wear various uniforms to help identify who they are.  Along with most uniforms also come the masks.  The reasons heroes wear masks are to protect their identity and the ones they care about.

The Effects of Stress on the Brain
19th January, 2015

The Effects of Stress on the Brain

Life and stress can feel like a package deal but some people are more susceptible to stress than others. The same crisis can cause some to grow and others to break and become sick with illnesses such as depression.

Researchers have shed the light on why.

Hey Warrior - A book about anxiety in children.

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