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Mental Health

Recently researchers have peeled back a relationship between allergies and our mental health. It started when a pediatrician noticed a pattern in her patients with allergies—even though they were young, many of them were already having anxiety, panic attacks, and other mental health problems. Expanding to a study on adults, there’s a very strong relationship […]

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Make the most of the unexpected. The next time bad weather keeps you home, or there’s a road closure, turn it into a mental vacation. (If nothing serendipitous happens, consider scheduling one). Taking a day off to blow off steam has been shown to increase productivity at work, boost mental health, and decrease your number […]

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It’s not news that inflammation is bad for you. What is new and newsworthy is the research into how it works and what, specifically, it’s doing. The latest study adds some illumination on chronic inflammation, showing that it can cause early mental decline. Take steps to reduce inflammation, including supporting your body with colloidal silver. […]

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Take a Mental Health Break

February 5, 2019

Sometimes, the most productive thing you can do is unwind. No one is immune to it (if you think you are, you probably already have mental health breaks in your routine). Supporting your mind and brain helps keep your physical health up and makes you more productive. If you’re ready for a mental boost, start […]

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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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