Your Guide to Work-Related Stress

Americans are no stranger to workplace stress — and unfortunately, 90 percent of doctor’s office visits are associated with stress. Stress plays a significant role in a wide range of health problems, including heart issues, depression, anxiety, and high blood pressure. Some of the major factors associated with workplace stress include workload, work-life balance, and job security.… Continue reading Your Guide to Work-Related Stress

Parental Depression: How it Impacts Children

Depression continues to be one of the most common mental health conditions in the United States. In 2017, an estimated 17. 3 million American adults had at least one depressive episode. While studying the impact that depression has on children, it’s been found that untreated parental depression can result in negative consequences for children. As… Continue reading Parental Depression: How it Impacts Children

6 Ways to Support Self-Care for Someone With Schizophrenia

As a caregiver, you can promote self-care and help prevent symptoms of schizophrenia from getting worse. Being a caregiver of someone who has schizophrenia often requires extra understanding and effort. But your support can help your loved one decrease the effects of the condition and reduce the chances of a relapse. These strategies can help you promote… Continue reading 6 Ways to Support Self-Care for Someone With Schizophrenia