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Food for Your Mood: 5 Foods to Try!

Food for Your Mood: 5 Foods to Try!

We’ve all experienced those days when our mood takes a dip, and we’re left feeling down and sluggish. While external factors like stress, lack of sleep and other emotional triggers can contribute to our mood swings, did you know that the food you eat can also play a role in influencing your mood? The link between nutrition and mental health is gaining more attention, and research suggests that certain foods can help boost your mood naturally. So, if you’re looking to give your mood a lift, here are five foods that you might want to consider incorporating into your diet.

3 Practical Ways to Manage and Reduce Anxiety

3 Practical Ways to Manage and Reduce Anxiety

Anxiety is a common mental health condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It can manifest as persistent worry, fear or unease, and can significantly impact a person’s daily life. While anxiety can be challenging to manage, there are some practical strategies that can help lessen its impact. It is important to see a medical professional before trying anything extreme to reduce anxiety.

The History of BMI and Why It Can Be Harmful

The History of BMI and Why It Can Be Harmful

It has been debated by many medical professionals if BMI is really the best way to categorize adults. Many medical professionals acknowledge that BMI can be useful in tracking weight trends across populations but does not account for differences in ethnic groups while targeting athletic people since it does not distinguish muscle mass from fat. Most often, a high BMI index is prescribed with exercise and weight loss.

Different Goals in the Gym

Different Goals in the Gym

It is vital to not compare yourself to others in the gym when you are working out and creating your fitness plans. Different goals means different ways to exercise and conduct routines. Fitness looks different for every person depending on their own individual goals. Do not lose sight of your own goals by trying to compare yourself to others in the gym.

A Different Approach to Psychiatric Care: An Interview with Dr. Hyla Cass

A Different Approach to Psychiatric Care: An Interview with Dr. Hyla Cass

Dr. Cass has always been one to think outside of the box – to see what works and why. For example, during her earlier years of practice, she observed that medications were frequently ineffective, not curative, and often had unpleasant side effects, so she began experimenting with different approaches.

Looking for a Natural Alternative to the Pill?

Looking for a Natural Alternative to the Pill?

Let’s be honest, being on the pill is not the most pleasant experience out there. The pill’s side effects can range from nausea to migraines and can often hold you back from going about your day as you typically would. Birth control pills are not only used as contraceptives but can also address other hormone-related problems that women deal with. While some women don’t experience any adverse side effects, the pill is not every girl’s best friend. There may be a more natural alternative to the pill.

Breath Analysis: How the Invention of PNOE Could Change Healthcare Forever

Breath Analysis: How the Invention of PNOE Could Change Healthcare Forever

Breath analysis, also known as metabolic testing or VO2max testing, involves analyzing a person’s exhaled gasses. Its roots can be traced back to the early 1900s when scientists were searching to comprehend the fundamental mechanism of all living organisms: the absorption and utilization of oxygen, read more to know more!

How To Build Your Mental Fitness

How To Build Your Mental Fitness

Mental fitness is the ability to maintain a healthy mind while handling daily life’s challenges. It is an umbrella term that involves having a positive outlook on life, managing emotions, thinking logically and making sound choices. A mentally fit person can adapt to change, learn new skills and build and maintain healthy relationships, read more to learn more about mental fitness.

What To Eat During Your Period

What To Eat During Your Period

Maybe you’re wondering what the best ways to stimulate your period are so you can have more control over it. Either way, food plays an important role in regulating your period and even offering relief. Too good to be true? Read on to see exactly how food can help or stimulate your period!

What Are the Benefits of Exercise During Your Period?

What Are the Benefits of Exercise During Your Period?

There is no evidence in scientific literature to suggest that exercising when menstruating has a detrimental effect on one’s health. This is not to say that exercising during the menstrual phase is the same as when one isn’t on their period, learn more.

What Are the Benefits of Sweating?

What Are the Benefits of Sweating?

While most people think of it as an annoyance, sweating actually has many health benefits. Your body is covered in sweat glands. When your internal temperature rises, whether from exercise or exposure to heat, your brain signals these glands to release sweat onto the surface of your skin. As the sweat evaporates, it helps cool your body down. Sweating can also help boost your mood and improve your overall well-being!

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Profile Spotlight: Dr. Carl Hess

Profile Spotlight: Dr. Carl Hess

About Dr. Carl Hess Dr. Carl Hess has 30+ years of experience in pain management and associated syndromes. Dr. Hess is a board-certified member of...

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