Over 55 million Americans relies on at least one psychiatric medication each year. We dive deeper into this issue, and take a look at the consequences of this reliance on medications, as well as the solution.
With one in four Americans suffering from at least one mental health disorder in a given year, the need for mental health awareness and education is real. Managing good mental health may seem like an impossible feat, but by implementing these 10 daily habits into your life you'll be well on your way to experiencing more smiles than frowns and everything else in between.
It can be difficult to focus throughout the year, and with school just beginning and the holidays around the corner, stress, depression, ADHD and anxiety are likely. Here are 7 wonderful tips for staying focused and present this season.
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most commonly diagnosed mental health disorders in children today. According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control) over 5% of American children have been diagnosed with ADHD, and community samples suggest this number is, in fact, even higher.
Several peer-reviewed research studies surrounding the use of essential micronutrients to treat anxiety, depression, bipolar, ADHD, trauma and psychosis disorders point toward a new way for treating mental illness. Micronutrients are an effective way to improve overall mental health and clarity where psychiatric medications have failed.