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Article Collection On Mental Health

 Physical health may be the most important thing, but I think mental health is just as important. Our well-being, what we feel like inside, and how we deal with stress - these are all incredibly important. To understand ourselves, we mustn't be afraid to dive into our mind and help it ease up. Below you'll find 13 articles made just for that purpose - to give you the tools and knowledge to deal with mental health issues.
 

How Exercise Improves Your Mental Health

Can exercise help us with our emotional problems, our intellectual problems or our addictions? The answer to all of these is a resounding YES. Exercising is one of the best things you can do for yourselves, not only for the sake of your physical body but for your mind as well. Here you'll find 8 ways of exercising a few times a week that will help your overall mental health.

How Sunlight Affects Your Mental Health

One factor that has an impact on mental health is sunlight. That’s the conclusion of a recent study that looked at the link between weather and depression. Mental health data from more than 16,000 Brigham Young University students was used whereby assessments had been filled out several times by each person over the course of six years. The assessments were then matched to local weather data. 

WARNING! These Foods May Harm Your Brain

You probably know by now that there are plenty of foods out there that can help boost your IQ, but what many people don't seem to realize is that there are also loads of food types that can actually leave your brain rather drained. Below, we've listed some of the worst offenders:

How Children’s Diets Affect Their Mental Health

A child’s nutrition is no game and as parents, we must pay close attention to this issue. However, many parents focus only on physical and bodily development and few consider the effect of nutrition on the child's mental and emotional health. A fascinating new study, recently published in the BMC Journal of Public Health, addresses this issue – so take the time to read the findings we’ve summarized here as they can be especially significant for your child's normal development in the broadest sense.

10 Sure Ways to Improve Your Mental Health

According to figures from the American Society for Suicide Prevention, each year, about 45,000 Americans commit suicide. In fact, it's considered to be the 10th most common cause of death in the United States. While there are no official reasons behind suicide attempts, medical experts concur that undue stress, severe anxiety, and chronic, debilitating depression are leading factors. And while it may come as a surprise, among the most afflicted demographics, are middle-aged, high earning, successful individuals. 

8 Ways to Overcome Mental Exhaustion

It is possible that even though you maintain your health in almost every possible way, you still suffer from persistent fatigue that never ends. Even if you exercise regularly, sleep 7-8 hours every night and eat healthy food, you still feel exhausted all the time. If that's the case, there's a good chance your brain feels like it's under constant attack, and you feel like you're running all the time and not getting a good rest. If that's the case, there are eight things you can do to reduce the mental exhaustion you suffer from.

How Singing Helps Fight Your Anxiety

It’s no shocking news that singing makes you feel better. It’s as intuitive a fact as exercise being good for your body. But what’s interesting is exactly how singing lifts your mood and what happens when you sing with other people. Or, in other words, what actually happens in your brain when you sing?

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