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Overcoming Eating Disorders: Bulimia

Food can be a good friend to us when we feel down. But sometimes, our strange
relationship with food may lead to troublesome eating disorders. One of which is what
we call bulimia.

Bulimia nervosa or simply bulimia is a serious eating disorder that follows the cycle of
binge eating and then making up by doing extreme means to avoid weight gain. (more…)

September 18th, 2018

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Overcoming Eating Disorders: Binge Eating

It is common for most of us to eat too much from time to time. However, if you find
yourself overeating regularly, to the point that you feel that you’re not able to stop
yourself, then you might be suffering from binge eating disorder or BED.

It can be difficult to spot someone who has binge eating disorder. If you are suffering
from BED, you may feel ashamed of your eating habits that you try to hide your
symptoms by eating away from people. (more…)

September 14th, 2018

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The Things You Can Do to Support Someone with Depression

Depression is not something that should be taken lightly. It is a serious but treatable
disorder that affects so many people. Those who suffer from it know very well how
extremely exhausting and painful it is. (more…)

September 10th, 2018

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How to Calm Down Quickly During an Anxiety Attack

If you have experienced having an anxiety attack before, then you probably know how
terrifying it can be. The moment you are having an anxiety attack, making it stop may
seem impossible. Luckily, there are some steps you can try to manage the intensity of
the symptoms.

These are some steps you can try to calm down when having an anxiety attack. (more…)

September 5th, 2018

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How to Truly Help Your Children Cope with Social Anxiety

It can be a real challenge for most parents to help their child overcome their anxiety. It is
because of the fact that a child’s anxiety can get worse as they grow, that parents get even
more determined to provide their children all the help that they need. It’s normal for parents to
be protective, anyway. (more…)

August 18th, 2018

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What to Know About Social Anxiety Disorder

We are all aware of the feeling of uneasiness in a social setting. Getting nervous when facing a
crowd or during your first day at your new job is normal. But when the nervousness gets too
intense that it interferes with how you live your life, then you might be one of the many people
diagnosed with social anxiety disorder. (more…)

August 14th, 2018

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The Things You Can Do Today to Improve Your Mental Health

Mental health is often misunderstood as just a medical diagnosis. It is actually our psychological
ability to manage our feelings and the way we deal with everything. Even though seeking
professional support can be the best way to take care of our mental health, we should also take
the initiative to improve our emotional and mental health on our own. (more…)

August 8th, 2018

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How Social Media Affects Your Mental Health

Today, the internet has seemingly turned into a necessity. Its applications are endless. Through
it, we are able to do the things that were unimaginable back then. With just a few clicks, we’ll get
all the information we need into our hands. We can communicate to family and friends anytime
and anywhere. (more…)

August 2nd, 2018

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The Importance of Drug Addiction Support

Unlike many of us may think, succeeding to quit drugs and alcohol does not mean full
recovery from drug addiction. In fact, it is only the first step in the recovery process.
Having a wide drug addiction support network makes all the difference. Without it, drug
addiction recovery cannot be maintained. (more…)

July 17th, 2018

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Teenagers and Drug Abuse

It is alarming that many drug addicts begin using drugs as early as their teenage years.
How does that happen and what should the elders do to reduce teenage drug abuse? It
can be assumed that reducing number of teenage drug abusers will decrease the
overall prevalence of addiction. (more…)

July 13th, 2018

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