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    Psychiatric Medications

      Here are some facts about psychiatric medications: Medications do not cure mental disorders; they treat symptoms. Some common symptoms could be sadness, fatigue, appetite, poor concentration. The medications are directed towards improving the quality of your life. Some medications work in hours, some can take up to six weeks or longer. Everybody’s process and timeline is different. It is…

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    Unhealthy Relationships

    Your financial situation, education, employment status, your gender or culture does not guarantee the type of relationship you will be in. So many individuals are stuck in unhealthy relationships with or without awareness. Some of these unhealthy relationships may lead to violence or long-term psychological effects. Here are some important points that will help you determine if you are in an…

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    Generalized Anxiety Disorder

    40 million adults in United States suffer from anxiety. Anxiety becomes a disorder when the symptoms become chronic and interfere with our daily lives and our ability to function. It may start impacting your relationships, your work, your social life. Anxiety has many different types such as Generalized Anxiety, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety, Phobias and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder),…

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    Time Management

    Procrastination and poor self-control may lead to problems with time management. Here are some tips that may help you improve your time management skills: Instead of talking about and focusing on “not having enough” time, focus on your tasks and make a plan. This thought will increase your anxiety and it will distract you from getting things done. If you’re procrastinating, …