Depression: It’s Not Hopeless

A book that says "healing"

Cognitive distortions are irrational thoughts that have the power to influence how you feel. Everyone has some cognitive distortions—they’re a normal part of being human. However, when cognitive distortions are too plentiful or extreme, they can be harmful, such as with "I want to die."

Dental Smiles: The Importance of Oral Health to Mental Health

Dental smiles in the U.S. are a big deal. Everybody wants straight, white teeth, and we often do a lot to make that happen. Your mental health has an impact on your whole health, including your dental health. People with mental health issues are more prone to suffer from oral health issues such as tooth decay and gum disease. Oral health has an impact on general health and may even aid with mental wellness.

The Power of Lithium Orotate

Lithium orotate, like zinc or selenium, is a dietary supplement type of lithium that is taken in micro dosages. When most people hear the word "lithium," they immediately think of the bipolar disorder medicine. It's a distinct type of lithium called lithium carbonate, and it's only accessible with a prescription. It is used in significantly greater dosages, ranging from 1000 mg to 2000 mg per day, compared to 10-20 mg per day for lithium orotate.

White House Contributes to Mental Health

In an effort to address what has been widely described as a mental health crisis, the Biden administration is investing $35 million in suicide prevention, counseling, and other programs aimed at addressing depression, anxiety, and other disorders that have been exacerbated by the pandemic, according to research.

Exercise: Even Better for the Brain Than We Thought

Mental illnesses like sadness and anxiety are difficult to treat. Many people benefit from medications, but they have a high failure rate and can have unpleasant side effects. It takes a long time and costs a lot of money to go to talk therapy. And neither method is effective in preventing the illnesses from arising in the first place. However, many individuals neglect another alternative that, when used properly, may be one of the most effective, least inconvenient, and least expensive methods to manage mental health disorders: exercise. Exercise is well-known for its physical benefits, and it has long been recommended for mental well-being. However, scientists are getting closer to figuring out just how exercise works its brain magic.