From monthly archives: January, 2023

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The Horror and The Cure: Seasonal Affective Disorder

The Horror and The Cure: Seasonal Affective Disorder Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a very real condition that affects as many as 40 million people around the globe. It can make anyone miserable during winter months, especially those living in the northern hemisphere. Many of us experience at least one kind of depression each year, but the winter months can trigger more severe seasonal mood swings. These episodes of “winter blues” have been linked to a disruption in circadian rhythms, which may play a role in the development of the disorder. It seems that the more severe your seasonal affective disorder (SAD) symptoms are, the more likely you are to develop a case of winter blues during winter months. I know it can feel overwhelming, but the benefits of a healthy lifestyle (a balanced diet, a good night's sleep, and regular exercise) can make all the difference in treating or preventing seasonal affective disorder. 1. How Common Is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Seasonal Aff ...

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How Crisis Response Can Help in Crisis Intervention

Crisis intervention is a process of providing immediate assistance to someone who is in a state of crisis. It involves providing support, guidance, and resources to the individual to help them manage their crisis. Crisis intervention is a set of strategies used to address the immediate needs of a person in crisis and to prevent further crisis from occurring. In this article, we will explore how crisis response can help in crisis intervention. The importance of crisis intervention Mental health crises are often scary and confusing, but they don’t have to lead to long-term damage. Crisis intervention is the first step in preventing this damage from happening. If a crisis intervention is unable to resolve the situation or the person in crisis has a recurring pattern, the situation may lead to a mental health crisis. If this happens, it often becomes a long-term problem for the person experiencing a crisis. Depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues can become long-term problems if ...

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