Mental health insights
Overcoming any fear is hard and not something that happens overnight. It takes time and practice. While you can say that flying is safer than driving, that doesn’t help those having a panic attack mid-flight. You’re not alone; fear of flying is common. If you’re afraid to fly, learn to conquer your fear gradually with these expert tips.
It’s normal to feel sad or down after having a baby. Between the tiredness and the stress of delivery, there’s so much going and your body is powering through a lot. But if this feeling doesn’t go away in a couple of weeks, it could be a sign of a serious mental illness. Learning how to prevent postpartum depression is important in reducing the risk of developing the condition and knowing when to get help.
Large cities tend to have a lot of concrete and higher crime rates. They are fast-paced and busy, and everyone is trying to get somewhere quickly. Many people tend to think of living in a city as having a detrimental effect on mental health. It’s easy to view living in a city as either good or bad, but it’s more complicated than that. The relationship between mental health and living in a city is complex.
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