Tag Archives: womens mental health

Panic Attacks and Tips for Dealing With Them

Panic attacks can be very scary and emotionally debilitating. Without treatment they can turn into phobias, major depression and end up needing medicinal intervention or even psychological  counseling.  Imagine driving down the road, being in the middle of a store or even a crowd of people and all of a sudden you feel as though you can’t breathe, your heart starts racing and you start panicking.  It’s something that 1 out of 10 people deal with on […]

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Handling Stress – Just Breathe!

Being a mother can be an incredible experience but it is also very stressful. You are responsible for another life, for the 9 months before they are born and for the rest of your life after. It’s not like you can just quit your job. No matter how you feel on any particular day you can’t call in sick, you could have a fever, be vomiting, up all night, can’t hardly see straight and yet you have […]

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Taking Care of your Emotional Health

When our emotional health is off it can affect all aspects of your life including your mental and physical health so it’s very important that you don’t try and push your emotions down or hide them away and not deal with them. Your feelings are yours, don’t let anyone tell you that you don’t have the right to “feel” a certain way. Who are they to tell you how you should or shouldn’t “feel” about any given […]

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Hormone Imbalance and Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder seems to be the go to disorder when there seems to be no other reason for certain behavior. It’s not or at least shouldn’t be an easy diagnosis from what has been written and yet it seems so easy to say oh, you have bipolar disorder so we are going to put you on all these meds (which from what I have personally seen) mess the person up even more until they get them all […]

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