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Activities to Reduce the Sense of Isolation During the Pandemic

Millions of Americans feel isolated during the pandemic, and it’s only going to worsen as the years go by. Understanding the impacts of isolation on mental health is essential for anyone living in the US right now. Isolation and Mental Health Social isolation plays a big part in mental health. Social isolation or loneliness is

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Proven Ideas to Reduce and Manage Stress in the Workplace

The issue of stress is not a laughing matter. Several studies have shown that excessive stress can cause many physical ailments such as headaches, increased blood pressure, upset stomach, chest pains, and even insomnia. Stress is also a precursor to mood disorders such as depression and anxiety. According to the American Institute of Stress, stress

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Natural and Cost-effective Remedies To Anxiety

Let’s face it: nobody wants to feel anxious and worry all day about potentially trivial things. But even though anxiety is considered a negative emotion, it’s still a natural response of the body. This means that a person can’t always avoid anxiety since this is their body’s way of staying alert when they are in

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Virtual Dental Care: How Does Teledentistry Works?

Almost everything has gone remote these days, and dentistry is no exception. Making time for routine dental checkups has become difficult since the COVID-19 pandemic is still going on. But thanks to telehealth, dental care has become accessible despite the ongoing health crisis. With the shift towards virtual care, technological innovations in healthcare are gradually

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Traveling After Oral Surgery: What You Should Know

You’ve been waiting for this trip for weeks. You’ve booked your tickets, packed your bags, reserved the hotel, and planned out your itinerary down to the last detail. Everything is already set, but then your tooth starts acting up. You suddenly have to undergo oral surgery a few days before your departure. But you’ll need

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3 Ways Counselors Help Clients with Trauma

The American Psychiatric Association says that 3.5 percent of adults in the United States will be diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and 1 in 11 people will experience it in their lifetime. Women are two times more likely than men to experience it. These are big numbers and will for sure grow even bigger

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Getting Physical: Exercise for Mental Health

Engaging in physical activity is important during the COVID-19 pandemic. Apart from revisiting pastimes and discovering new hobbies, engaging in recreational activities allows us to get active. These activities also help boost our happiness levels which are often of low supply during this global health crisis. There are many sports and physical activities to choose

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Signs of Negative Stress Responses

Stress is a normal part of life. You’re supposed to feel it during certain situations because stress helps you grow or adjust to unfavorable circumstances. It’s basically an instinct, a.k.a. the “fight or flight” response. That response is the powerful release of neurochemicals and hormones that prepare you for action. But how you respond to

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