Common Reactions to Distress in Children

It is difficult to predict how some children will respond to disasters and traumatic events. Below are some common reactions to distress seen in children. The common reactions to distress will fade over time for most children. Children who were directly exposed to a disaster can become upset again; behaviors related to the event may …

Surviving Quarantine

Social distancing plays an important role in preventing the spread of COVID-19. This doesn’t mean that coping with the disruption in your normal routine will be easy. Previously existing mental health conditions, including depressive and anxiety disorders, can also impact an individual’s ability to cope with isolation. Here are five ways to cope with being …

Five Ways to Help Children Cope with COVID-19

Children may respond to stress in different ways including regressing from previous milestones or becoming more clingy, anxious, withdrawing, angry or agitated,  and even bedwetting. Here are five ways to help them navigate COVID-19. Manage your own anxieties– Children pick up on the emotions of the adults around them even when they try to hide …

Myths and Facts About Mental Health

Your mental health impacts how you think, feel and carry on in day-by-day life. It likewise influences your capacity to adapt to pressure, beat difficulties, construct connections, and recuperate from life’s misfortunes and hardships.Stable mental health is not only the absence of mental health issues. Being mentally or genuinely healthy is significantly more important than …

White Noise as a Sleep Aid

White Noise as a Sleep Aid

DEFINITION White noise is a mix of many sonic frequencies of equal intensity. What is White Noise? Whirring fans, rustling wind, and babbling waterfalls are all examples of ambient noise: Soothing, appealing sounds that help mask unwanted noise, creating a calming atmosphere. Some say this type of “white noise” aids focus and helps sleep. What …

Alcohol and Sleep

Alcohol causes drowsiness. This has led to the popular misconception that it can aid sleep. Up to 20 percent of Americans report using alcohol as a sleep aid. However, alcohol negatively impacts the quality of your sleep, as well as how long you can expect to sleep. Alcohol consumption before bed causes interrupted sleep, due …

How to Rebuild Your Finances After Rehab

“Addiction is a lifelong battle, and getting your finances back on track is part of making a full recovery. It can ease your stress and reduce the urge to relapse into drug and alcohol abuse..” Click on the link below to read more on how to rebuild financially while maintaining sobriety. https://www.creditcards.com/credit-card-news/rebuild-finances-after-rehab.php