According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, depression is responsible for more than 200 million lost workdays each year in the United States, at a lost productivity cost of $44 billion. Depression is the leading cause of ... Continue Reading
By its dictionary definition, self-care is the pro-active practice of taking action to preserve or improve your own health. And while this sounds like a simple, common-sense practice, if current statistics on increasing stress levels and the negative effects from our faster-than-ever paced society are any indicator, it seems ... Continue Reading
Every time you turn on the news these days, it seems that reports are consistently negative and subsequently, watching the news can be bad for your mental well-being. Minnesota-based fitness chain Life Time Fitness has decided to put your mental health first and has banned several national cable news networks from the TV ... Continue Reading
Mental Health is an essential and integral component of our overall health. The World Health Organization defines mental health as “A state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease. It is related to the promotion of well-being”.
The statistics on mental illness in the ... Continue Reading