Manage Your Depression

Nearly everyone in this world goes through times when they feel low but when these feelings become long lasting and start to interfere with everyday life, it becomes important for people to seek help. A person suffering from depression can feel sad, anxious, hopeless, guilty and even ashamed. Depression can hit anyone at any age, whether you’re from a poor background to whether you’re from a rich background. The good news is that there are multiple humanistic ways in which one can treat depression. Self Help Groups This is a place where people going through similar experiences can come together and support each other. It can make the person feel apart of a group rather than feeling alone and is a valuable…

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Could Water Help with Mental Health?

What do you think about when Health Professionals bang on about the benefits of water? We know its good to quench our thirst and we also know that our bodies require water, but how important is water to our mental health? Although your brain is only 1/50th of your body weight, it consumes appropriately 70% of the water you drink and your blood contains nearly 85% of water, So what can not drinking enough water actually result in? Very early signs of not drinking enough water can result in fatigue, muscle weakness, headaches and even dry mouth. So when we get thirsty, we drink right? but did you know that as we get older our perceptions of thirst changes and…

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