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What Is the Relationship Between Insomnia and Generalized Anxiety?

It is quite common for those suffering from generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) to also suffer from sleep deprivation. This causes many to ask the question, “am I not sleeping because I am anxious, or am I anxious because I am not sleeping?” The truth lies a little bit in both. Sleep deprivation and anxiety disordersRead More

Why Do People With Anxiety Turn to Horror Movies for Comfort?

Halloween was just last month, and for many people, this meant indulging in scary movies. Being scared (safely and healthily) is an often enjoyable and cathartic experience for many people. This can also be true for those suffering from anxiety. What many people do not know is that scary movies can also help to aidRead More

What Does the Depression Serotonin Study Mean for Me?

After a depression serotonin study went viral this summer, many people worried about the impact of the findings on their depression treatment. Let’s look into the results and compare them to another major study published shortly beforehand. The Viral Depression Serotonin Study On 20 July 2022, the scientific journal Molecular Psychiatry published a systematic umbrellaRead More

Does Anxiety Lead to Faster Burnout?

Many mental health issues overlap. We can find this with anxiety and burnout. Given the connection, you may wonder whether anxiety leads to faster burnout. In this blog, we will attempt to answer the question. Understanding Burnout Have you ever felt like you just couldn’t function anymore? You no longer felt motivated. Your performance levelsRead More

Social Anxiety and Substance Abuse

A group of (usually) young adults gathers around at a sporting event, on the back of a pickup truck, or even at the river at the end of a long hike. There’s silence. Everyone looks at each other knowingly. Suddenly you hear the fizzy pop of a bottlecap, foam pours over the top of anRead More

How Can I Overcome Ambiguous Grief?

Grief is not always isolated to the death of a loved one. Feelings of grief can occur in various situations with different people. One type of grief is known as ambiguous grief, which refers to loss without closure. When someone struggles with ambiguous grief, the resolution is unclear, which can make overcoming this type ofRead More

Recovery Through Meditation

Addiction is a complex condition. Substance use disorder (SUD) may be caused by genetic makeup, exposure to trauma, mental health conditions, or distress. Addiction affects every aspect of a person’s life, and an integrated, whole-body approach to treatment is required. Addictions are complex and difficult to treat. The best addiction treatment programs take both physicalRead More

Is Social Media Good for Me?

Social media is here to stay. Undoubtedly, social apps have become a part of people’s everyday routine. Some check messages before they go to sleep and after they wake up. So how is social media affecting people’s lives? Does Social Media Hurt Me? Researchers have studied social media apps’ effects on people’s mental health. TheRead More

Why Should I Take a Road Trip?

The thrill of the open road beckons you — the freedom to go anywhere and see anything are two benefits of a road trip. While you’re thinking about taking a road trip, there are some points to think about, but don’t let them stop you from experiencing the country. Why Is a Road Trip anRead More

How Do I Know if I Have Anxiety or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?

Mental health disorders don’t just happen overnight. Those close to you may notice minor changes but may not know what those changes mean. Unfortunately, it’s easy to miss early signs of mental health disorders like anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Learning how to spot early signs of anxiety or OCD can help you or aRead More