Guest blogger Behind the Smile, a mom, wife, and teacher discusses her take on the Summer as an educator. More than ever, teacher school days can be pretty tough to manage due to long hours and heavy workloads. Going through the day to day journey can be hard, however Behind the Smile offers some inspiration,…
For many people who have struggled with years and years of depression, pain and anxiety, it is hard to keep having hope. Here are 4 strategies to keeping up hope when failure seems to always be at your door
A recent study reported the frequency of depression as a possible “side-effect” for a number of medications. These included commonly used drugs including protein pump inhibitors (used for acid reflux), blood pressure medications (beta-blockers), birth control and corticosteroids and even prescription strength doses of ibuprofen. These include both prescription medications and some sold over the…
No one wants to be labeled with or struggle with a chronic disease, whether the expression is in body or mind. But the fact is 45%, almost half, the population struggles with a chronic illness. So why is mental illness thought about differently from diabetes, hypertension and many other chronic conditions?
How do you go about establishing healthy habits and routines? Try this AM routine. Practice it daily to build a “healthy habit” and positive start to your day.
If you are having trouble changing your negative self statements, opinions and thought patterns, call the professionals at Ketamine Wellness Centers. Ketamine treatments can help you start to untangle the mental traps you set for yourself, and help you change these longstanding negative thought patterns and habits.
We are inundated with advice and advertisements telling us to plan for the future, and save for retirement. There is certainly truth and validity to this, but it is also necessary to have a life that works for you today. So how do you make a life that works?
Many of the conditions we treat here at Ketamine Wellness Centers are what we call “hidden afflictions” because they can be disguised, to some extent, to the outside world.
Growing up I was asked countless times “What’s wrong?” or “Why are you sad?”. How does a child or adolescent explain that nothing is wrong, but everything is wrong? How do they explain they don’t have an explanation for their sadness, they just know they don’t want to be here anymore? I knew I had all these great things in life to be happy for, but I still felt miserable inside.
If your time spent on social media isn’t leaving you feeling better, positive and more helpful about your life and the world, what can you do about it?