Archives for Mental Health Tips

Looking Out For Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective Disorder Awareness Month December is Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Month. Seasonal Affective Disorder affects millions of Americans and it is more than just being sad. While living in darker regions can lead to higher rates of SAD, there is no limit to who it could affect. It’s important to take it seriously and know that there are things that can be done to recognize it as well as to treat it.   What is Seasonal Affective Disorder and What To Look Out For? Seasonal Affective Disorder is considered a type of depression that is brought on by recurring
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10 Tips to Improve Your Mental Health

It’s not Easy, But it’s a Start Taking care of your mental health doesn’t always come naturally. Without realizing it, we can accept our reality and believe there is nothing we can do about it. The truth is, it isn’t easy but there are small little actions one can take and then maybe, over time, something makes a difference.   Mental Health Awareness Month This month is Mental Health Awareness Month, which is a national movement dedicated to raising awareness about mental health. Central elements of this month include fighting stigma, providing support, educating the public and advocating for policies
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Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental illness is something that millions of Americans suffer from every day. As 2020 was a year of isolation and quarantine, we felt now more than ever it was important to spread awareness about Mental Health Awareness Month. About Mental Health Awareness Month The purpose of Mental Health Awareness Month is to raise awareness and educate the public on mental health stigmas. We at Freedom Home Care believe in recognizing the importance of mental health and have compiled a list of ways to help your senior loved one or someone in need with mental illness. 1. Check-In If you have
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