There are many reasons why people experience stress and anxiety around the holiday season, including:
Too many commitments – agreeing to attend every holiday event that you’re invited to may leave you feeling overwhelmed and can create unwanted stress and anxiety.
Too much to do – whether …Read more
The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that one in four Americans suffer from some type of mental health problem. Only one in 7 suffer from serious mental illness; however the need for medical care for the various mental health issues that face U.S citizens puts a big strain on the health care industry. Mental health officials are predicting that it will only get worse in the coming
The poor economic climate …Read more
The cold winter season is strongly associated with the occurrence of seasonal affective disorder, or a mood disorder characterized by depression that occurs only during a specific season of the year. Although most of the reported cases of this mental health disorder happen in the winter, other individuals experience this depression during other seasons, such as every spring or fall each year. This psychiatric disorder is currently recognized as a common condition; however, the incidence in each state in the …Read more
Weight gain can be an ominous sign to many people, especially when they have tried many different diets and just can’t shed the pounds. For those who are already obese the situation is even more frightening. Obesity can lead to all sorts of serious health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, and hypertension.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Obesity in America is common. More than one-third of U.S adults are fighting obesity. Depression is also a …Read more