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  Depression affects eyesight. This means that when you’re depressed, you actually see the world differently than other people. The world becomes a grey, hazy place and things you normally would see and recognize get missed. How your eyes let you …Read More

  Being anxious is a good thing when it motivates you, like being on time, or when it warns you of danger. But constant anxiety is not healthy. Anxiety disorders are mental illnesses. Certain foods can add to or affect …Read More

    If you want a fruit that’s healthy and can lift your mood, eat a cucumber. Cucumbers are members of the squash, pumpkin, and melon family. This means cucumbers are high in water content, low in calories, and good for …Read More

  Christmas Depression Self Care Tips Why might you need Christmas depression self care? Well, Christmas depression doesn’t only affect someone who is depressed or suffering from SAD. Christmas depression can happen to anyone. Unrealistic expectations, anxiety, stress, increased responsibility, …Read More

There are many herbs, flowers, essential oils, and foods to deal with depression. Over the past few years, I’ve written several articles on these different alternative therapies. So here’s a quick recap of some of these natural remedies. Arctic Root Arctic …Read More

Using herbs for depression has for centuries been the norm for many cultures. In fact, using herbs for depression is sometimes preferred to using antidepressants. People throughout time have found that certain herbs have healing properties for depression. Of all …Read More

It’s the exam, the job interview, or the dinner with the new in-laws. Whenever you are stressed, your breathing becomes shallow and hard, and your chest constricts. A deep breathing exercise can relax your chest muscle and return breathing to …Read More

Its autumn and daylight hours are getting shorter. Time to get your SAD Kit ready. What’s that? You don’t know what’s a SAD kit? Well, let me first explain SAD. SAD SAD is seasonal affective disorder. When seasons change, there’s …Read More

I write my own articles about depression and how you can help someone who is depressed. Occasionally though, I will share an article which hits the right notes with me. This is one of those moments. “Ask Amy” is a …Read More

What are your self care habits when you’re away travelling with work? Many people have great self care habits. But these same people fall short with their self care habits when away travelling with work. Why? Usually its because self …Read More