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Sugar And Your Mental Health Make For A Lethal Combination

Stress causes many of us to turn to sugar as a treat. However, there’s evidence that this has a negative impact on our mental health. In fact, the Scientific Reports Journal recently conducted a study that was published in Medical News Today showing that sugar leads to a higher risk for depression, especially when consumed… Read more »

Sleep Deprivation Increases College Students’ Mental Health Risks

There was a recent research study into how sleep disorders affect the mental health of college students. This study looked at how not getting enough sleep caused these college students to suffer from things like anxiety, depression, and other issues. In fact, there is believed to be a close relationship between a lack of sleep… Read more »

The Impact of Living Alone on Your Mental Health

In a recent study that was published in PLOS ONE Journal, researchers looked at the links between mental health and living by yourself. According to this study, living by yourself is linked to many common psychiatric issues including anxiety, mood disorders, and substance abuse issues. These are conditions that about one-third of people will face… Read more »

Teen Drug Use: How to Spot it and What to Do

Today, generally speaking, teenagers are not far from someone who participates in recreational drug use. In fact, 86% of teenagers claim to know someone who smokes, drinks, or does drugs during the school day. Therefore, they are often at-risk of falling to the pressures of their surroundings. The four years of high school are an… Read more »

What is a Psychiatric Evaluation?

Much like getting an annual check-up with your general doctor, it is important and necessary, mental health should always be considered important and necessary - because it is. If you are struggling with depression, anxiety, PTSD or some other symptoms you can’t describe, do not go through another day without seeing a therapist for a… Read more »