Mental health insights
The new year is a time for many to focus on improving themselves both physically and mentally. Discussing mental health used to be taboo, but as younger generations grow up, it’s becoming more of an open conversation, especially among Millennials and Gen Z. New survey data finds more than half of Millennials and Gen Z have gone to therapy or are currently going to therapy.
Nowadays, work stress has become an all-too-common companion for busy professionals. The relentless pace, high expectations, and constant connectivity can create an environment where stress can spiral if left unchecked.
An estimated 50 to 70 million Americans have chronic or ongoing sleep disorders. But how does sleep affect your mental health? Is interrupted sleep better than no sleep at all? And how many hours of sleep do you need for mental health?
Whether it’s a partner, family member, or friend, supporting a loved one with bipolar disorder can be hard. Understanding how bipolar disorder affects someone is the first step in creating a supportive environment.
Self-care and healthy life choices can support mental wellness and reduce stress so you can better cope with everything life throws at you. But how does self-care help with anxiety, and what can you do to reduce anxiety and feel more in control?
Social media can be a place where you connect with friends and share your life with your inner circle. But it can also be a place of online comparison, time-wasting, and addiction. Social media and mental health continue to be a hot topic for several reasons.
Humans are social beings. Throughout history, social connection and cooperation have been a part of survival. Although technology allows people to connect more than ever, loneliness is a problem many people face daily.
In this article, we look at the impact of social isolation on mental health and strategies you can start using to foster meaningful connections.