- Track gratitude and achievement with a journal.
- Start your day with a cup of coffee.
- Set up a getaway.
- Work on your strengths.
- Go off the grid.
- Work some omega-3 fatty acids into your diet.
- Do your best to enjoy 15 minutes of sunshine.
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We all experience anxiety. It is a natural response when we think events or experiences in our environment are threatening, uncertain or challenging. Anxiety can be helpful at times because it keeps us alert and focused, but when the anxiety response persists, it is no longer adaptive. It just does not ruin ourselves mentally but affects our physical and relation aspects as well. With this, we list some of the strategies that will hopefully provide relief during anxiety attacks.Nancy Reyes
Antisocial personality disorder (APD) is sometimes used interchangeably with sociopathy, though they’re not quite the same. Sociopathy is itself a version of APD that differs from psychopathy, which is also an antisocial personality disorder. As Healthline explains, people with high-function APD can usually do typical “everyday” activities, like work or maintain a marriage. While the DSM-5 doesn’t use “high-” or “low-functioning” to describe people with antisocial personality disorder, people considered to have a lower-functioning APD aren’t quite as polished or polite when masking the manipulation that is key to the disorder. Here are the symptoms of APD, per the Mayo Clinic:Lindsey Ellefson
One of the healthiest things you can do for yourself, especially during this turbulent time in history, is to take up the practice of journaling. This isn’t a “Dear Diary, today I, Pam Beesly, fell in love with Jim in sales,” type of thing, but a deep look into yourself, what inspires you, what moves you, what scares you, and how you can grow. Of course, no one is saying you can’t start each journal entry with “Dear Diary” or even “Dear Timothée Chalamet,” for that matter — but using journal prompts can help you reap the biggest benefits of a regular writing habit.Amanda Chatel –
If reducing your mental load was one of your resolutions, there are several ways to do it. We’ve compiled 30 methods for relieving your overburdened brain, entangled thoughts, and cognitive commotion.http://www.espressocommunication.com/en/
Schizophrenia is a severe psychiatric disorder characterized by hallucinations and psychotic episodes. It can be a terrifying disease for the people who have it, as well as their loved ones. The Mayo Clinic notes that people with the disorder “interpret reality abnormally,” and that the disordered thinking and erratic or bizarre behavior patients exhibit can greatly interfere with normal activities of daily living.Mental Health: Disorders, Symptoms and Treatment | US News