Category Archives: Brain and Mental Health

10 Ways Lifestyle Changes are as Effective as Medicine

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The American Psychological Association has found that lifestyle changes can be as effective as drugs and psychological counseling to treat a variety of mental health issues. These changes – often referred to as therapeutic lifestyle changes (TLCs) – don’t have to be drastic or uncomfortable. On the contrary, many TLCs…

Anger Management Self-Care Tips to Live a Happier and Healthier Life

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We all get angry. It’s a natural human reaction that you have when you experience displeasure, but when you have too much anger or you’re holding an excessive amount of pent up anger, mental and physical problems will occur. In fact, chronic anger can lead to a variety of issues,…

25 Signs You Need to Get Help for Your Mental Health

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Did you know that one in five adults in the United States experience mental illness in a given year and nearly one in 25 live with a serious mental illness? Did you know that depression is the leading cause of disability in the world? These statistics come from the National…

5 Best Foods to Boost Your Brain Health

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Did you know scientific researchers have discovered that some foods can actually help improve your mental health and brain health? Whether you want to boost your memory or reduce your stress level, there are foods that can help you do it naturally. In addition, some foods that boost your brain…

5 Stress and Happiness Lessons Learned at The Florida Bar Annual Conference

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Last week, the Wellbeing Coaches team attended The Florida Bar Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida where we sponsored a fantastic seminar called Mental Health & Wellness of Florida Lawyers. The seminar featured seven different speakers who shared personal stories, research findings, and expert insights about the health of attorneys. Lawyers…

Are You Too Stressed? Take This 3-Question Quiz to Find Out

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Stress is so common these days, but too much stress can lead to a variety of health conditions such as obesity, poor sleep, heart attack, high cholesterol, stroke, depression, asthma, COPD, and more. In fact, stress affects just about every system of your mind and body. If you can’t manage…