Prioritizing Mental Health in College

Prioritizing Mental Health in College

College can be a time of new experiences and growth. Young adults take on new responsibilities and learn how to take care of themselves. Soon, they are in charge and in control of their lifestyle and education. This type of pressure can easily have major effects on...
Why Exercise Shouldn’t Be the Only Solution for Mental Health

Why Exercise Shouldn’t Be the Only Solution for Mental Health

Many who have struggled with mental health will know the suggestion to exercise all too well. Exercise is known to produce endorphins and boost confidence as a tool to combat mental health. Although exercise has been found to help with mental health conditions such as...
How Climate Change Affects Mental Health

How Climate Change Affects Mental Health

Climate change is impacting all aspects of health to the extent that some are declaring a health emergency. This declaration makes clear the implications of environmental changes on physical and mental health, with effects that are both direct and indirect. In 2016...
Mental Health in Conflict Situations

Mental Health in Conflict Situations

Mental disorders are on the rise in the world on the whole, but according to World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, about one person in five living in a conflict situation is affected by some form of mental disorder. The afflicting disorders can range from mild...
4 Ways to Love Someone With an Addiction

4 Ways to Love Someone With an Addiction

Watching a loved one succumb to an addiction is frightening and frustrating, whether the disease comes on quickly or happens gradually. It’s hard to know how to help when a friend or family member is struggling with a compulsion to drink or use drugs. While...