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Studies are starting to peel back the ways that our gut bacteria (and skin bacteria, and other bacteria colonies) may impact not just our health, but potentially who we are. If you enjoy exercise, creativity, or struggle with depression, it might actually be the bacteria. A new preliminary study is taking the causation a bit […]

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Whether you’re going through a valley or just need a mental boost against the everyday stressors, researchers have figured out a way to boost your mood that may be even better (and certainly easier!) than moderate exercise: taking a bath. Relaxing in a bath twice a week, according to new research, was faster, better, and […]

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Most people, sooner or later, will experience depression, anxiety, or other negative feelings. Getting through that period is important, and there’s a lot of ways to do it. Antidepressants are one way, and while they can be very helpful, many aren’t aware of the difficulties of quitting (antidepressants have withdrawal), or of the side-effects.

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Shorter days naturally take a toll on mental health. Less Vitamin D, less fresh air (when it gets too cold), often less exercise, and, the old fallacy is sort of true: our moods can be tied to the weather. Don’t wait until January to make a resolution, make one right now to support your mental […]

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Everyone has bad moods, gets prolonged funks, and as many as one in four will have a more serious/prolonged mental health issue at some point during their life. So, everyone can benefit from some mental health maintenance and support. Here are some basic ways that research has found help boost your mood, turn a bad […]

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