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mental wellbeing

Feel Good Foods

by Jessica Malen

Your gastrointestinal tract is lined with a hundred million neurons – the same stuff that’s in your brain! This means your digestive system doesn’t just help you to process food, it also helps monitor your emotions. The function of those… Continue Reading →

Effects of Exercise on the Brain

by Heather Mearns

There is enough research out there to tell you how good exercise is for your body, but do you know just how good exercise is for your brain? The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) recently held a webinar called… Continue Reading →

How to Get Out of a Rut While Working Remote

by Kristy Hegner

You may have been working remote for some time now and have gotten into somewhat of a routine. You may also be living in social isolation, especially if you live by yourself. Despite getting somewhat used to this new normal,… Continue Reading →

Your Eight-Week Meditation Challenge

by Heather Mearns

Meditation has many benefits including decreasing anxiety and improving sleep quality. Today, when feeling stressed is all too often the new normal, improving your meditation practice can be key to decreasing your daily stress. Meditative breathing activates the parasympathetic nervous… Continue Reading →

Recovered from COVID-19? Now What?

by Kristy Hegner

Tips for Individuals Who Have Recovered From COVID-19 If you have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and are now in the recovery stages, you may still be recovering from the side effects from the actual virus. Once you have recovered from… Continue Reading →

How to Maintain Your Social Relationships During Quarantine

by Maya Munot

Research has found that during quarantine, you may experience feelings of stigmatization, fear, anxiety, depression, loneliness, anger, frustration and boredom. Reaching out to people you trust is one of the best ways to reduce the negative emotions you may be… Continue Reading →

How to Support Your Mental Health During a Crisis

by Jessica Malen

With social distancing, quarantine and isolation becoming commonplace during this uncertain time – that is the COVID-19 crisis – feelings of fear, anxiety and depression can increase. Read on for healthy ways to cope with these emotions and other common… Continue Reading →

Men: Your Mental Health Matters

by Kristy Hegner

Depression is a complex medical condition not to be taken lightly. Read on to learn how to recognize symptoms of depression and get help for yourself or loved ones. Movember is a time to bring awareness to men’s health, including… Continue Reading →

Make Your Mental Wellbeing a Priority

by Jessica Malen

Mindful Ways to Ease Stress and Why Not to Ignore Your Mental Wellbeing Many of us tend to ignore our mental wellbeing. This month, we’re encouraging you to take a more active role in how you feel – and have… Continue Reading →

Supporting Mental/Behavioral Wellbeing in the Workplace

by Jessica Malen

Your brain demands deliberate, consistent care. Conditions like anxiety, depression and even dementia that tax mental wellbeing are real illnesses, as serious as chronic heart disease or an acute sprained ankle. “Mental health concerns are both common and long-lasting. About 18… Continue Reading →

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