In order to maintain mental capability, it is important to exercise and train your brain consistently. There are a number of activities you can take part in on a daily basis to keep your brain functioning at its best!
You started out by driving Mom to her doctor’s appointments. Then you helped out by doing her grocery shopping, cooking a few meals, and assisting with medication management. As your mom’s health declined, you gradually found yourself cleaning her house, doing her laundry, and handling her finances. Without realizing it, you’ve become your parent’s primary caregiver—and it happened more by accident than by choice.
Using medications to treat opioid use disorder is a lifesaving cornerstone of treatment — much like insulin for type 1 diabetes. The flawed but widely held view that medications like methadone or buprenorphine are “replacing one addiction for another” prevents many people from getting the treatment they need.
Approximately 10 percent of American adults are vitamin D deficient, however vitamin D deficiencies affect all ages at all stages of life.
As you think about bringing exercise into your life, you can start by understanding the benefits exercise can provide. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report that both women and men receive great benefits from exercise and regular physical activity.
The 2018 flu season is shaping up to be bad—potentially the worst one since 2014-2015, which was “the most severe season in recent years. “
This Vitamin Stops People Feeling SAD and Promotes Good Mental Health Source: PSYBLOG The vitamin which helps those with seasonally affected disorder (SAD) and is linked to good mental health. Maintaining sufficient levels of vitamin D in the body is not just good for physical health, it can also help protect against depression […]
This year’s flu season is off to a fast start and early indications suggest that it may be more severe than the previous season.
It’s inevitable. We’ll wake up this winter with a sore throat, knowing we’ll soon be going through a box of tissues an hour and unable to taste that comforting dark chocolate mousse or the ill-advised ghost pepper enchiladas we ordered in vain, hoping to ignite a single taste bud.
‘Tis the season for savory meals and endless leftovers! During the holidays, food plays a major role during parties, family feasts, and gatherings. Although it’s important to take a mindful approach when indulging in holiday treats, don’t be afraid to eat what you enjoy.