Each one of us faces different levels of stress on a daily basis. For some, stress levels go up when dealing with the morning rush hour traffic. Will I get to work on time? For others, anxiety is associated with major decisions that need to be made within a short period of time. Do I accept this job offer or not? If I do, will this entail more stress when I work?
If I don’t, I might experience anxiety while …Read more
When you picture anger it is likely that you are picturing the emotion as a negative thing. And for the most part it is considered to have an association with an unstable state of mental health. Anger can be associated with feelings of stress, that are let to boil over and they can begin to affect many aspects of your life. Including your home life, social relationships, kids and grandkids, and your ability to be effective in the workplace.
These …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
If you’re feeling sluggish all the time, you may be surprised to learn about the sneaky things that you’re doing (or maybe not doing) that could be zapping your energy. Once you learn what’s zapping your energy, you’ll be able to follow treatment recommendations that may include taking vitamins and minerals to increase your energy levels.
Sugar may be oh so sweet, but after the initial energy boost that it provides you with, it will leave you …Read more