depression

Like any other machine, the quality of your brain function is relative to the quality of the fuel you put in it. Studies have shown that an increased intake of folate or folic acid is associated with a lower risk of depression.

Depression makes every day a constant challenge. You no longer enjoy life as you once did. Just getting out of bed can feel overwhelming.
But, with mental health treatment, you can overcome depression and get back to the life you were meant to live.

Most human beings don’t get through life without dealing with their fair share of stress. But some people seem to deal with more stress than others.

Always remember that your pain is valid, and as long as you’re getting help by speaking to a mental health professional, you’re on the path to healing.

The study found that those people who use social media, even on a daily basis, to connect and share information, had positive mental health outcomes.

Exercise helps beat depression naturally. It only takes moderate exercise three times a week to reap the antidepressant benefits. You don’t have to train for a marathon or a triathlon to feel better.

Researchers have found that alcoholism doubled a person’s risk of developing depression. In fact, the analysis indicated that alcoholism was more likely to cause or worsen depression than depression was likely to cause or worsen alcohol use/misuse.

In order for all of us to be entirely healthy, that means physically as well as mentally healthy, it’s important to incorporate exercise into our every day life.