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Mental Wellness Resources



Health at Home: Mental Wellness Resources

The new pandemic and new guidelines on socializing make it harder to see friends and loved ones. As everyone adjusts to the guidelines on staying home, mental health needs to be a priority for every person. By taking the time to care for your mental health, you protect your happiness and mood. This will not only have a positive impact on your life but on the lives of those you love and care about. A variety of things can help improve mental wellness. These can include basic fitness, like eating healthy and exercising, and seeing a therapist or doctor to ensure you are getting treatment if needed.

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Facts About Mental Health

  • Mental Health Issues and Where to Find Help: Here, you can find a detailed explanation of what makes up mental wellness, as well as where to find treatment if needed.

  • Living With Anxiety: Read all about anxiety, how it affects different people, and the experience can differ from person to person. Also, learn strategies for living with anxiety.

  • Immune Cells Inhibit Brain Activity and Regulate Behavior: Researchers have made progress in learning how some immune cells can help in behavior regulation, and this may help them discover new ways of treating mental health issues.

  • Anxiety: Learn all about the types, symptoms, and treatments of anxiety disorders.

  • Anxiety and Depression: Find out the difference between anxiety and depression and access resources about each.

Exercise and Its Benefits to Mental Health

Eating Well for Mental Health

  • How Food Affects Mental Health: You already know that eating right is good for your physical health, but did you know it is an important component of your mental health also?

  • Your Brain on Food: Take an intriguing look into the brain and how the "fuel" you give it through what you eat can not only affect the function and structure of your brain, but also your mood.

  • Eating Well for Mental Health: Inflammation, caused by refined and overly-processed foods, shares a direct relationship with many cases of depression and anxiety.

  • Diet and Mental Health: A study has shown that a Mediterranean diet reduces depression in a large percentage of the test subjects, and other studies have identified that poor diet has been directly linked to poor mental health in children and adolescents.

Mental Health Providers

  • Psychiatrist Finder: Locate a psychiatrist that can help with mental health issues here, but be sure to do the work to find one that fits your specific individual needs.

  • APA Psychologist Locator: Find a psychologist near you that is part of the American Psychologist Association.

  • Mental Health Resources: Learn the different types of professionals that can help with mental health and wellness, and also look at various symptoms to help identify mental struggles.

  • Differences Between Psychology, Psychiatry, and Psychotherapy: If you are confused about the differences between a psychologist, psychiatrist, and other types of mental health professionals, this can help you learn which services each provides based on what they focus on and how they are trained.

  • Therapist vs. Psychologist vs. Psychiatrist: Learn more about the differences between a therapist, psychologist, and psychiatrist.

How to Improve Your Mental Health

  • Different Ways to Help Yourself: Read a variety of tips and tricks that can help you take charge of your mental health.

  • Coping with Stress: This video has some wonderful advice on how to keep stress from negatively affecting your mental wellness.

  • Positive Stress Relievers: Learn a variety of positive techniques to help deal with stress before it becomes a larger mental health issue.