Category Archives: Environmental Psychology

Articles on how our surroundings influence our thinking.

6 Tips To Create A Safe Living Space To Improve Your Mental Health

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Your living space significantly impacts the state of your mind, and with the high levels of stress in the modern world, it is more than important to prioritize your mental health. The COVID 19 pandemic has brought a new perspective to how we organize our living spaces, mainly because more people have had to spend more time working from home. Therefore, this is the perfect opportunity to create a safe living space to improve your mental well-being, and here are some tips for you. Continue reading

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Prison and Mental Health

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An estimated 450 million people around the world are affected by behavioral and mental health conditions. However, the prevalence of mental health issues is especially high in prisons.  In this article we will consider four factors that directly contribute to the high rate of mental health disorders in prisons worldwide. We will also discuss the benefits of responding promptly to these pressing concerns. Continue reading

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9 Factors That Affect Your Mental Health

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People define mental health in different ways. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), mental health is a state of well-being based on a person’s ability to realize their individual potential, cope with natural stressors, and ensure positive contributions to their work and community. An updated version of this definition includes several important aspects of mental health, depicting it as a ‘dynamic internal equilibrium’ that individuals seek to maintain when faced with challenging situations.  Continue reading

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How to Cope With Anxiety When Going for a Dental Exam

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You would like to see your teeth in the best condition. You want to show people that you’ve got a great smile with a good set of healthy white teeth to match. However, you soon realize that you need to visit your dentist for a much needed dental checkup. But if there is an exam that you don’t want to go to it’s definitely a dental exam. Sound familiar? Continue reading

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The Benefits of Vacations for Your Mental Health

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Have you gone on a trip recently? If you’ve been doing nothing but work work work, then chances are, a vacation is something that can help you.  While getting therapy from different outlets, including Regain.us, is beneficial, sometimes taking a break and going on vacation can really help you feel better and kickstart your mental health once again. How? Well, read on to find out! Continue reading

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