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Not Talking About Mental Health Is Literally Killing Men

This article was originally published by Men’s Health written by Sean Evans Rooted in science and expert opinion, our content translates dense topics into easily digestible, actionable health advice. Piecemeal, the concepts are sound and effective. But overall health must be viewed holistically. One of the most integral components is your mind. Your mental health is

5 Things to Know If You Think You’re ‘Failing’ at Self-Care

Originally published at The Mighty by Dorothy Vu Every so often, I get a surge of motivation to pursue personal growth. It comes after I’m inspired by a story of triumph, usually from someone who excelled at self-care. I imagine what it would be like to achieve true happiness, and I fantasize about a utopia

Depression and gender

Research used to suggest that depression was more common in women than men, but more recent studies show that men and woman are about equally as likely to have depression. For many reasons men are just more likely to go undiagnosed and untreated for their mental health. While many men and women  with depression experience

The Cost Of Ignoring Mental Health In The Workplace

This article was originally published by Carley Sime at Forbes Mental health and substance abuse cost US businesses between $80 and $100 billion annually. Another study showed that serious mental illness costs America up to $193.2 billion in lost earnings per year Depression is thought to count for up to 400 million lost work days

Physical health and mental health

This article was orginally published by www.mentalhealth.org.uk Physical health and mental health A clear distinction is often made between ‘mind’ and ‘body’. But when considering mental health and physical health, the two should not be thought of as separate. Poor physical health can lead to an increased risk of developing mental health problems. Similarly, poor mental health

Mental Health Facts

Mental Health Facts 1 in 5 (46.6 million) adults in the United States experience a mental health condition in a given year. 1 in 25 (11.2 million) adults in the United States experience a serious mental illness in a given year. Approximately 46.6 million adults in the United States face the reality of managing a