When the sun is hot and school is out, everybody runs outdoors to enjoy parks, pools, and playgrounds. With friends, fresh air, and fitness, keep your fun in the sun going with these tips to be safe in the summer months. And no matter if it’s clear or cloudy, always wear sunscreen to prevent sunburn, and stay hydrated!
Sadness and crying are common and even healthy, but feeling joyless or otherwise losing interest in your favorite hobbies is a marker of something much less pleasant. Depression can affect how you think, feel and act. Depressive disorders can lead to issues with work, relationships, and everyday routines and take a toll on physical health.
Grief can be one of the most isolating situations we all experience at some point, yet no two people mourn the same way. Dozens of emotions send us on a rollercoaster full of ups and downs and twists and turns. Your memory is unreliable, you don’t feel like eating, and simply getting through the day can feel as challenging as climbing a mountain.
Most of us have experienced anxiety in various forms. Anxiety can be a side effect or made worse by physical health conditions such as thyroid or heart problems and substances like caffeine and medications. This uneasy feeling doesn’t go away for people with anxiety disorders, and constant worry can significantly impact their lives.