It’s Shirley again, from your PatientNextDoor support team.
Taking good care of ourselves is a priority if we are to help our families and others. If that means going off by yourself, relaxing alone, or even taking a vacation by yourself, quiet, private time is vital to maintaining your mental health.
It’s not selfish, it’s self-care.
You have a wonderful day and weekend!
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In early civilizations the site of an epileptic seizure caused humanity to react in either terror or awe. The person living with epilepsy would be thought either possessed by evil spirits or as having the ability to speak with the gods. Continue reading “Putting A Human Face on Epilepsy”
Dance is a performing art form consisting of purposefully selected sequences of human movement.
People have often been heard saying dance your way to life. Dancing is nothing but the movement of human body in selected sequences or in some sort of rhythmic form. Dancing is known to be one of the major stress busters in our ever day life. Continue reading “Dance Away From Stress”
Many of us feel uncomfortable in social gatherings, become more concious when speaking in front of crowd, giving presentation or ordering from menu in restaurent. But when this anxiety become to much and the person is concerned about being harsly judged and evaluated for their performance or interpersonal interactions. Then it is social anxiety disorder. SAD is an out-of- proportion fear of one or more social suituations.
Being a teenager has never been easy. The rush of hormones, combined with the physical changes and emotional turmoil they experience can be overwhelming. This true of both the teenagers and their parents.
Every year in the United States 6.4 million babies are born and put into the arms of proud and excited new mothers. These women have experienced nine or ten long months of pregnancy with all its physical and emotional challenges and have finally received the reward for all their suffering. Soon they are taking home their little bundle and daydream about their child growing up, going to school, and attending prom. Continue reading “Postpartum Depression—A Treatable Disorder”
Death is an inevitable part of living, and most humans struggle to remain alive for as long as possible. But, in the past century suicide has been romanticized as being a hero’s way to leave life, with Hollywood painting it as something that someone does as an act of love for his or her family.