Do you find yourself becoming more critical or cynical while at work? Are you experiencing changes in your appetite and sleeping patterns? Do you always feel tired and find it difficult to concentrate on your job? If you do, you may be experiencing burnout. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: November 2021
How Sleep Impacts Your Mental Health
It is a well known fact that sleep is closely linked with good mental health. However, an increasing number of people are either not getting enough sleep or not getting the quality of sleep they need. Harvard Medical School reports that up to 18% of adults in the United States are currently experiencing chronic sleep problems. Interestingly, the increase in sleep issues in the United States correlates with the rising rate of mental health problems in the country. Continue reading
How Do You Fix Erectile Dysfunction?
Many men find it difficult to talk about erectile dysfunction (ED). One of the primary reasons for this is modern society has linked male sexuality with manhood. Hence, men with ED may reason that they are no longer real men. These thoughts may lead to intense feelings of shame which make it hard to open up about the issue. Continue reading
How to Combat Poor Mental Health
Mental health can be a sensitive topic to discuss. While some individuals are willing to share their story and seek professional help if necessary, other people may be ashamed of their mental health challenges. Although mental health issues can be difficult to deal with, there are effective strategies people can use to cope. Keep on reading to learn about a few things you can do to protect and improve your mental health. Continue reading
What is Borderline Personality Disorder?
Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a mental health condition marked by unstable moods, behavior, and relationships. Nearly 2% of adults in the United States have been diagnosed with BPD. If you have BPD or know someone who has been diagnosed with BPD, it is important to educate yourself about the condition. This knowledge will help you to understand how the disorder may affect your life and help you to manage presenting symptoms in a healthy way. Continue reading
How to Cope With a Traumatic Experience
Trauma is an emotional response to an event that is deeply distressing and disturbing. A person who is traumatized often feels shocked and helpless immediately after the event and may have difficulty processing what just happened. Trauma can also have negative long term effects on an individual’s well-being. When people experience trauma they may become “stuck” in the past and find it difficult to disassociate themselves from the event long after it happened. Continue reading