MENTAL HEALTH

You are (really) what you eat - Here's how food affects your mental health

You are (really) what you eat – Here’s how food affects your mental health

At one point or another, you probably heard the old saying, “You are what you eat.” And according to research, this is indeed true. Our diet does affect our mental health – even if we don’t realize it. When you think about it, when you’re not in a good mood, do you reach for a …

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NCAA champion Paige McKenna opens up the topic of mental health struggles

NCAA 2022 Champion and upcoming sophomore University of Wisconsin Paige McKenna on Thursday, in a social media post, she documented the battles she was waging with mental health. Nineteen-year-old McKenna openly explained what had led to her mental health struggle, how quarantine had worsened during a pandemic, and that she had unknowingly been a victim …

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Boost your mental health with these Microsoft Calendar hacks

Mental health is becoming an increasingly important priority in society today, and rightly so. Unfortunately, there are many events in today’s world that can cause stress, anxiety and depression even in the brightest of souls. An active approach to mental health promotion is a good idea for everyone. Calendar – Calendar There are many different …

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Chelsea Cutler opens up information about her mental health struggles

Singer-songwriter Chelsea Cutler spends a lot of time on the road playing sold-out concerts and performing around the world. Being on tour is something every artist dreams of, but the daily stress at the beginning of her career took a serious toll on Cutler’s mental health. The native of Connecticut reached a turning point in …

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Analysis Proponents of mental health suppress the focus of the GOP after the filming

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Bury is planning hundreds more beds under “ambitious” social welfare pressure

An “ambitious” social care strategy to increase supported living in the adult community could bring 12 new programs with more than 230 beds in Bury over the next three years. The Bury Council set out its vision for adult social care by 2025, with the increased provision of two new care facilities for the elderly …

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Bury is planning hundreds more beds under “ambitious” social welfare pressure

An “ambitious” social care strategy to increase supported living in the adult community could bring 12 new programs with more than 230 beds in Bury over the next three years. The Bury Council set out its vision for adult social care by 2025, with the increased provision of two new care facilities for the elderly …

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The “vital” scheme for the mental health crisis extended to Rochdale and Stockport

The program, which aims to help people with mental health crises avoid separation or admission to A&E, has been extended to Stockport and Rochdale. Mental health experts, police and ambulances in both parts of the city have joined forces to improve care for people over the age of 16 who are in crisis. As part …

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Ripon students are going crazy to help mental health

Climbing trees, building dens with wooden tools, lighting fires, and roasting marshmallows over an open fire were just some of the events they enjoyed in the school’s wild garden. The “Classroom Without Walls” activities, run by the local Outdoor Adventures Forest School and supervised by RGS staff, provided 7th grade students with fresh air after …

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Oldham adults with mental illness smoke more than 50 percent more often

New figures show that adults living in Oldham with long-term mental disorders are more than 50 percent more likely to smoke than the general population. The Action on Smoking and Health said that higher prevalence of smoking among people with mental illness leads to life expectancy and general health inequalities. The Office for Health Improvement …

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