Relationships and social wellness are critical components of our mental and physical health. We need a strong social network to provide support through hardships and everyday challenges. Not only that, but good social wellness helps us to be more resilient and respond better in the face of stress.
It's normal for everyone to be a little more anxious these days. From the fear of contamination to the financial stress of the economy, anxiety is on the rise across our nation. But for someone with OCD, these stressors can trigger symptoms of OCD.
Anxiety disorders are a condition that an estimated 19 million U.S. adults suffer from each year. And, because anxiety disorders are so common, there’s no shortage of self-help tips floating around on the Internet about how to deal with your anxiety. Here's the problem with treating vs. controlling your symptoms.
We all have little preferences in life that make us unique (and happy!) But for someone with OCD, these thoughts aren’t little, they’re BIG. They’re intrusive, anxiety-provoking, and sometimes downright debilitating. Often times, OCD is misused and misunderstood on social media, in viral memes, and in society in general.
There’s a bright future ahead for treating Major Depression in 2020 and beyond thanks to ketamine. IV Ketamine and intranasal esketamine (Spravato) are helping patients find relief. And, with IV Ketamine, some patients experience relief within hours!