Archive for the ‘Mental Health’ Category

What Is The #1 Cause Of Anxiety?

Tuesday, May 11th, 2021
The #1 Cause Of Anxiety

More often than not stress is the root cause of anxiety. Stress can be the underlying symptom of many diseases and conditions, and can ultimately lead to the onset of anxiety disorders, such as social anxiety.

Relationship issues, financial troubles, work problems, and other difficulties that one may face can all contribute to the feelings of being overly stressed, and in turn, stress can be associated with anxiety.

Anxiety symptoms can be described as the overwhelming feelings of fear and/or worry, relating to something specific. But there are also disorders of anxiety that can occur for no apparent reason and not relating to a specific cause.

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The Benefits of Outdoor Exercise on Physical & Mental Wellness

Wednesday, January 13th, 2021

According to studies, people spend 7.6% of their time outside. That’s it. Less than 8% of our time is spent in nature. A lot of people are stuck indoors, chained to their screens, and uninterested in stepping outside to breathe in some fresh air. Rarely does outdoor exercise occur to most people as an option to improve their lifestyle.

While these statistics sound defeating, it can actually be a great call to action, especially for athletes and people looking to get strong and fit. Exercising outdoors can completely transform not only your workout routine but your mental and physical health, and it’s entirely possible to introduce outdoor activities into any program. 

Still not convinced you need to go outside? Let us explain why it’s so beneficial and what kind of activities you can do. 

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How Working On Your Physical Health Can Improve Your Mental Health

Tuesday, November 24th, 2020
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Dealing with mental health issues, whether it’s depression, anxiety or something else can be difficult. While it may be possible to keep them under control at times, at others they may feel hard to manage, and this can be overwhelming. The thing that many don’t realize, though, is that there are simple things they can do themselves to help improve their mental health.

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