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Hangover Anxiety Or Hangxiety – 7 Useful Ways To Prevent It

Many people don’t know that hangovers after drinking alcohol may have physical and psychological anxiety symptoms. This disorder is known as hangover anxiety or hangxiety. What Is Hangxiety? Hangxiety’ or ‘hangover anxiety’ is a mental health condition when the person experiences a few negative physical hangover symptoms. It is post-drinking anxiety, usually visible in the …Read More.
Home / Blog: Time to destigmatize / Silent Struggles: The Psychological Toll of Infertility

Silent Struggles: The Psychological Toll of Infertility

Many people consider having a family the ultimate goal for leading a fulfilling life. But for some, the likelihood of this dream becoming a reality is more complicated or even impossible. Knowing the right coping strategies helps one deal with such stressful situations better. In this post, we will focus on how infertility affects people …Read More.
Home / Blog: Time to destigmatize / Warning Signs of Dementia: Don’t Miss These Early Hints

Warning Signs of Dementia: Don’t Miss These Early Hints

Dementia is a progressive neurological disorder affecting millions globally. It results from physical changes in the brain, leading to memory and cognitive impairments. Recognizing its warning signs is vital for early detection and timely intervention. This article talks about signs, early diagnosis, types of dementia, and more. What is Dementia? It is a general term …Read More.
Home / Blog: Time to destigmatize / Navigating Mental Wellness: A Deep Dive into Modern Mental Healthcare

Navigating Mental Wellness: A Deep Dive into Modern Mental Healthcare

In today’s fast-paced world, mental health concerns have become increasingly prevalent. Mental issues like stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues affect millions worldwide. Seeking help for these concerns is a crucial step towards healing and well-being. However, navigating the mental healthcare system can be challenging, often leaving individuals feeling overwhelmed and discouraged. This …Read More.
Home / Blog: Time to destigmatize / 6 Strategies for Parenting With PTSD

6 Strategies for Parenting With PTSD

Individuals diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) continue to experience the effects of a traumatic event long after its occurrence. They struggle to cease thoughts about the trauma or this mental health condition and become consumed by fear, constantly anticipating its recurrence. An often-used saying for individuals with PTSD is that they are “waiting for …Read More.
Home / Blog: Time to destigmatize / 6 Famous People With OCD and What You Can Learn from Them?

6 Famous People With OCD and What You Can Learn from Them?

Obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD, affects 2.5 million adults in the US, which may include you or someone you know. The obsessive thoughts and compulsions that come with the condition can seriously affect your personal life. But with a robust social support system and treatment, you can deal with the condition and live an everyday and …Read More.
Home / Blog: Time to destigmatize / Find Out How to Help Someone with an Eating Disorder – 11 Tips

Find Out How to Help Someone with an Eating Disorder – 11 Tips

Eating disorder is a coping mechanism that a person knowingly or unknowingly conjures at times of crisis to help relieve emotional pain and achieve some degree of control. But what stimulates the development of this faulty relationship with food? The answer isn’t one or two – it’s too many. Many biological, psychological, and social factors …Read More.
Home / Blog: Time to destigmatize / The new ‘No Surprises Act’ protects people from surprise medical bills

The new ‘No Surprises Act’ protects people from surprise medical bills

Sometimes your health insurance may not cover most of the out-of-network costs, and it can leave you with an unexpected balance bill. A balance bill is a difference between your actual bill and the amount paid by your health insurance. These balance bills have been surprising many Americans with unexpected out-of-pocket medical expenses. The surprise …Read More.
Home / Blog: Time to destigmatize / Grief and Loss: Different Stages and How to Deal With It

Grief and Loss: Different Stages and How to Deal With It

When we lose a loved one, it can take lots of time to heal and learn to live life without that person. Grief is a natural response to loss but if the grief is overwhelming or the duration is abnormally long, it can put your physical and mental health at risk. And so, the awareness …Read More.
Home / Blog: Time to destigmatize / I Wish My Parents Would….

I Wish My Parents Would….

The relationship between a parent and their teen is complicated to say the least. Parents are the roommates we don’t get to choose yet are paired up with for the first 18 years of our lives. Granted, we don’t have much to say for the first few years and they do all the work, cleaning, …Read More.