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Sleep and Mental Health

  Getting enough sleep is important for your general well-being. However, sleep disturbances are common among those who have anxiety or depression – 90% of depressed patients report having sleep problems. Not only is insomnia are a major symptom for those with depression, but it...

Diet and Mental Health

  Eating a healthy diet is also associated with a lowered risk of depression and anxiety. For example, those with greater depressive symptoms are more likely to have unhealthy dieting strategies (i.e., skipping meals) and poorer diet quality (i.e., eating a diet high in sugar,...

Exercise and Mental Health

  Getting exercise and regular physical activity is one way to help boost your mood and improve your mental health. Researchers suggest that exercise’s effect on your body helps make you more resilient and better able to handle stress. Although the biggest benefits for mood are...

Anxiety Disorders

Read about the different anxiety disorders to learn about the symptoms, causes, treatment, and more.  Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Panic Disorder (PD)  Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Social Anxiety Disorder (SA) Specific Phobia

Mood Disorders

Read about the different mood disorders to learn about the symptoms, causes, treatment, and more.  Bipolar Disorder (BD) Major Depressive Disorder (Depression)

Health Providers: Glossary of Terms

Practitioners Clinical psychologist A clinical psychologist is a professional with specialized knowledge about the diagnosis and treatment of mental health problems. Like a counseling psychologist, a clinical psychologist is trained in psychotherapy and counseling. However,...