Sometimes the best thing you can do is live by the golden rule: less is more. Especially when it comes to skincare, as the skin is the most sensitive part of the body. When facing an unexpected problem, most people just lather on anything they can find. Chemical and physical peelers, face masks, oils, lotions,…

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Mental illness is a widespread issue, and many people are diagnosed with mental health disorders during their lifetimes. Some of the most common mental health problems include depression, anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and eating disorders. If you are diagnosed with a mental health disorder, then you’re not alone. The Centre for Disease Control…

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There are few things more critical in life than brain health, yet this is an area that many people do not understand. While it is true that the brain is incredibly complex and it is hard to know how to look after brain health, this should be a priority amongst all age groups, and there…

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Reading is so much more than just an enjoyable pastime. From the outside, if you’re not a huge reader, it may seem odd to you how people can spend so much time reading books. However, it’s always worth trying to read more, even if it’s not your first choice as a casual pastime, because there…

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Depression can arise at any time, in anyone. Here’s what to look out for, and your methods for coping. Signs of Depression 1. Irritability and Changes in Mood Your moods may fluctuate, you may be quick to anger, or you may feel out of place. Depression doesn’t mean feeling low every minute of the day…

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Trying to care for a teenager who has been diagnosed with a mental illness can be a challenging and stressful time for any parent, with emotions running high on both sides. Of course, you want to support your child in the best way you can, but how are you supposed to do this? They simply…

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Finding your study rhythm is an important part of being a student, but it can take some time. If you’re looking for ways to make your study sessions more productive, these simple memory hacks can help you out. Take a Walk Before You Study According to research from Harvard, regular exercise causes structural changes in…

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When you fall ill, it can take a serious toll on your mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. Having said that, it’s a natural part of life that is sometimes unavoidable. One of the best things that you can do is focus your attention on getting better as opposed to allowing the sickness to consume you.…

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You may have heard that your physical state has a direct correlation with your mental health, and the benefits of exercise to your mental well-being is well documented. No matter what our physical condition is like, there are exercises we can all do to improve how we feel. Whether active or living a sedentary lifestyle,…

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