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      *Long-lasting sadness or irritability. *Extremely high and low moods. *Excessive fear, worry, or anxiety. *Social withdrawal. *Dramatic changes in eating or sleeping habits.

      What are the 4 types of mental illness?

      anxiety disorders. personality disorders. psychotic disorders (such as schizophrenia) eating disorders.

      Mental Health Week. May 2 to May 8, 2022

      The Nuts That Make You 28% Happier

      One handful of these nuts a day can help improve mood. Eating walnuts can improve mood by 28 percent, research finds. The conclusions come from the first study of its kind on walnuts.

      Bell let’s talk day

      So did you try to get help last Tuesday January 26, 2022 and if so let us know! Email us at datedate@rogers.com

      Tomorrow January 26,2022 in Canada is Bell let’s talk day.

      Add your voice to the conversation tomorrow to help create positive change and drive Bell’s donations to Canadian mental health initiatives to new heights.

      Bell “Let’s Talk Day” is on January 26,2022 in Canada

      This is an opportunity for Canadians to discuss their mental health issues.

      Good luck Canadian Parent with back to school tomorrow

      Kids are heading back to school tomorrow in several provinces but in Ontario they have an added problem which is a huge snow storm covering Southern Ontario.

      JANUARY 2/2022

      It’s now January 2, 2022. Just try very simple steps for your New Year’s resolution

      How did you celebrate New Years?

      Happy New Year

      We wish you the best in the coming year


      It is everywhere so unfortunately we should adapt.

    • Breaking News

      What causes mental illness?

      Genetics *Environment *Childhood trauma *Stressful events: like losing a loved one, or being in a car accident *Negative thoughts *Unhealthy habits: like not getting enough sleep, or not eating *Drugs and alcohol: Abusing drugs and alcohol can trigger a mental illness *Brain chemistry

      This week is mental health awareness week from October 3-October 9

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      Memory Boosted a Staggering 50% By These Activities From Childhood

      50 percent boost in working memory from these activities from childhood. Climbing a tree can improve working memory by 50 percent, a study finds. The same is true of other dynamic activities like balancing on a beam, carrying awkward weights and navigating around obstacles. Dr Tracy Alloway, one of the study’s authors, said: “Improving working memory can have a beneficial effect on so many areas in our life, and it’s exciting to see that proprioceptive activities can enhance it in such a short period of time.” Proprioception is the brain’s awareness of the body’s position in space. It allows us to know where our body is without looking. The research compared activities like the tree climbing with two control groups: One group were given a lecture to see if new information would also spark increases in working memory. A second group did yoga which, while beneficial in many ways, is static compared to climbing a tree. However, neither group saw the dramatic benefits to working memory that resulted from climbing trees. The researchers think that activities like climbing trees are effective because memory is forced to work harder. As the terrain and environment change while climbing a tree, the brain has to continually update its model of the world. Yoga, meanwhile, probably does not involve enough changes to the environment and terrain to boost memory. Dr Ross Alloway, the study’s first author, said: “This research suggests that by doing activities that make us think, we can exercise our brains as well as our bodies. This research has wide-ranging implications for everyone from kids to adults. By taking a break to do activities that are unpredictable and require us to consciously adapt our movements, we can boost our working memory to perform better in the classroom and the boardroom.”

      Video games have an unexpected link with IQ

      Video Games Have An Unexpected Link With IQ (M) How different types of screen time affect IQ. Children who spend more time playing video games have a higher IQ than average, a study finds. In comparison, watching TV or using social media had no association — either positive or negative — with intelligence. This suggests that screen time overall has relatively little impact on intelligence and video games could possibly enhance it.


      The Social Media Break That Reduces Depression And Anxiety (M) Not only did those giving up social media feel better, they also freed up around 9 hours a week for other activities. Taking a social media break for just one week improves symptoms of anxiety and depression, research finds. People who gave up scrolling through TikTok, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram also found their overall well-being improved.


      Green is the color used for awareness in mental health. It is a symbol for mental illnesses, bipolar disorder and depression. Green symbolizes the continual awareness of mental health in order to help fight the stigma that is often associated it.


      Mental Health Month was established in 1949 to increase awareness of the importance of mental health and wellness in Americans' lives, and to celebrate recovery from mental illness. Mental health is essential for a person's overall health.


      What is the theme for Mental Health Month? It's important to understand “we are all in this together” which is the theme of this campaign. “One of the most devastating impacts COVID has had is on our collective mental health, and we continue on the difficult path of breaking down the stigma of asking for help.18 hours ago

      This Facial Expression Makes You Look Younger (M)

      Smiling is associated with positive values, but does it make you look younger?

      Neurotic People Have This Surprising Mental Advantage

      Neurotic People Have This Surprising Mental Advantage (M) Over-thinking and worriers enjoy this unexpected psychological advantage. High levels of creativity may go hand-in-hand with neuroticism, a study finds. It’s because the area of the brain which is linked to creativity also has the tendency to over-think things and worry.

      Top Cheating Professions

      Cheating is more common as people reach milestone birthdays, such as 29, 39 and 49, a recent study also revealed. Here is the full list of nine professions from the survey conducted for an infidelity dating website: Financial (Bankers, brokers, analysts, etc.) Aviation (Pilots, flight attendants, flight pursers, etc.) Healthcare (Doctors, nurses, nursing assistants, etc.) Business (CEOs, managers, secretaries, etc.) Sports (Athletes, instructors, representatives, etc.) Arts (Musicians, models, actors, photographers, etc.) Nightlife Industry (DJs, dancers, waiters, etc.) Communication (Journalists, public relations, communicators, etc.) Legal (Lawyers, secretaries, prosecutors, judges, etc.)

      Mental Health Awareness Month

      n 2021, Mental Health Week was all about understanding our emotions. So, for seven days in May, we named, expressed and dealt with our emotions—even the uncomfortable ones, like fear and sadness. Because, 14 months into the pandemic, we were feeling some heavy feelings. And because heavy feelings lighten when you put them into words. This year, Mental Health Week is all about the importance of empathy.

      The Sign Of A Happy Long-Term Relationship

      The positive pattern was seen whether or not couples were satisfied with their relationship. Humour and acceptance replace bickering in happy long-term relationships, research finds. While heated disagreements can plague the early years of marriage, these often turn to tenderness with age.

      The Fruit Juice That Lowers Blood Pressure

      Drinking this uncommon juice can lower blood pressure. The lingonberry is a tiny red berry similar to a cranberry, but powerful enough to improve blood vessel function, new research finds. Drinking lingonberry juice in the long-term will lower blood pressure by widening the blood vessels and relaxing the smooth muscle cells within the arteries.

      Mental health in light of the COVID-19 pandemic

      Dr Hans Henri P. Kluge, Regional Director & Dr Natasha Azzopardi-Muscat, Director of Country Health Policies and Systems at WHO/Europe, lift the lid on mental health in light of the COVID-19 pandemic

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      How To Stop Being Sad At Christmas

      If it's seasonal or Christmas sadness, these tips might help. 1.Remember you're not alone. ... 2.Allow yourself space to feel sad. ... 3.Keep your expectations in check. ... 4.Simplify everything! ... 5.Give purpose to your holidays. ... 6.Find your own family. ... 7.Ask for help.

      Mental health and Christmas-Part Two

      Why do people struggle during Christmas? Things going on the outside world, and society's expectations, can make Christmas harder to cope with. This may include: Pressure to enjoy yourself and look happy. Media, adverts and representations of Christmas being upsetting and hard to avoid, and feeling different to your experience of Christmas.

      Mental health and Christmas -Part One

      According to the American Psychological Association, 38% of people surveyed said their stress increased during the holiday season, which can lead to physical illness, depression, anxiety, and substance misuse. The reasons given: lack of time, financial pressure, gift-giving, and family gatherings.

      Facing Fear

      Fear of failure impedes your willingness to take intelligent risks, preventing forward progress and undermining your self-worth. Recall a time you talk yourself out of promising opportunity or sabotage your own efforts to succeed.

      Body of Work

      A healthy body image starts in the mind, not in the mirror. Today, aim for appreciation, shifting the focus from the way your body looks to how it functions. List five ways it supports you every day.

      Describe yourself when you feel happy!

      Describe yourself when you feel happy how do you look and carry yourself?

      Time Travel

      Accessing happy memories from the past can help you offset negative thoughts. Think of one you wouldn’t mind reliving, and provide details. What were you doing? Who are you with?

      Hear your fear but do not disappear

      Say yes to stress!

      Is one life enough?

      Work for a cause not for applause

      Shoot for the sky and fly!

      The best medicine

      Even in the most trying of times, laughter helps to defuse stress increase energy and short circuit negative thoughts. Recall the last time you had a good laugh. Where were you? Who are you with?

      Good mornings

      Whether you wake up feeling hopeful or filled with dread about what’s ahead carving out quiet time in the a.m. can start the day off on a positive note. What thoughts and emotions came up?

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