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Karani Njiru

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5 Ways Creativity Impacts Mental Health

When you think of mental wellness, some of the habits that come to mind are exercise, meditation, and healthy eating. However, there’s one mental health aspect that’s often overlooked: creativity. Whether you’re doing it for money or as a hobby, there is a correlation between mental health and creativity. But you don’t have to publish a bestseller or become a… Read More »5 Ways Creativity Impacts Mental Health

Tips to Overcome Addiction for Mental Health Recovery

Addiction is destructive. Besides inviting physical complications, addiction wrecks your relationships and psychological wellbeing and may end in suicide. Addiction doesn’t always involve drugs. Sometimes, it’s the obsessive craving for food, video games, gambling, even sex. Although genetics, social influence, and underlying mental conditions play a role in your addiction, you can quit any behavior. Sadly, breaking the dependency isn’t… Read More »Tips to Overcome Addiction for Mental Health Recovery

3 Things That Boost emotional resilience easily

Life isn’t a straight line. From breakups and health issues to bereavement and academic failures, life is bound to bring you down. But people handle situations differently. While some remain strong in the face of adversity, others take the slightest disappointments to heart. Not to worry, however, emotional resilience is an acquired trait. Resilience allows you to recover from setbacks… Read More »3 Things That Boost emotional resilience easily

Supporting a Mental Health Patient Who Doesn’t Want Help

One in four individuals will battle a mental disorder in their lifetime. This is according to a 2001 WHO report. Some of these patients could be your friends or close relatives. Watching a loved one suffer from a mental illness is heartbreaking. It’s even worse when the patient is unaware of their condition or adamant about seeking help. If left… Read More »Supporting a Mental Health Patient Who Doesn’t Want Help

Worried About Small Issues? Kick Out The Unhealthy Habits With These 3 Stress Tips

Stress is inevitable. Whether you’re worried about large issues like a loved one’s health or small ones like what you’ll eat for dinner, you’re bound to get anxious at some point. It’s not uncommon to feel guilty for stressing over small matters. It’s even worse when other people seem unbothered by the same issues. But before you become too hard… Read More »Worried About Small Issues? Kick Out The Unhealthy Habits With These 3 Stress Tips

Everything You Need to Know About the Stress Hormone Cortisol

All you need to know about Cortisol Stress Hormone The body uses hormones for numerous processes, for example, development, cognitive performance, temperature regulation, and mood control. However, some hormones like the stress hormone only come alive during stress. So, what is the hormone for and why is it produced? It’s a natural steroid hormone secreted by your adrenal glands as… Read More »Everything You Need to Know About the Stress Hormone Cortisol

How to Email a Resume and Cover Letter

According to Glassdoor, every corporate job advertisement receives 250 resumes. Your qualifications alone aren’t enough to get you the job of your dreams. You need to learn how to email a resume and cover letter to stay ahead of the competition. Emails introduce you to potential employers even before you attend physical interviews. But how do you wow recruiters with… Read More »How to Email a Resume and Cover Letter

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Tips for Regaining Appetite and When Eating Too Little and Becoming Healthy When Stressed

Eating too little and Regaining Appetite When Stressed Though binge eating is a typical stress response, it’s not uncommon to lose appetite when you’re anxious. Per a 2015 APA study, 31% of the adult participants admitted to foregoing a meal due to increased stress levels. You might feel nauseous when you swallow food and even lose weight in the long… Read More »Tips for Regaining Appetite and When Eating Too Little and Becoming Healthy When Stressed

Using Rank Math Tutorial Plugin and its Features

WordPress SEO Plugin Rank Math and How It Works? WordPress SEO plugin rank math offers built-in content optimization suggestions based on common practices. There are several reasons why you should use Rank Math. For starters, it suggests LSI keywords boost content rankings. All you have to do is connect your site to Rank Math and receive keyword recommendations one of… Read More »Using Rank Math Tutorial Plugin and its Features

Keeping Distance From Family

Keeping Distance From Family Mental Health:Unsupportive Loved Ones?

Keeping distance from family but Family support is crucial to mental recovery. Per recent studies, family involvement enhances treatment and the patient’s life quality. What’s more, relatives offer supervision during co-occurring disorder recovery. You’re less likely to relapse when your loved ones check on you. Relatives also offer encouragement when you feel vulnerable. But not all families are accommodating. Relatives… Read More »Keeping Distance From Family Mental Health:Unsupportive Loved Ones?