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Healthy Living & Mental Health

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Getting Better Sleep

Do you find yourself unable to sleep or waking up tired, frequently yawning, or with an overwhelming desire to nap. Here are some simple steps you can take to help you sleep better.

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Living with OCD

Mental wellness is vital to living a healthy and balanced lifestyle. We’ve compiled a list of self-help tips to help manage OCD symptoms. 

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True Cost of Mental Health & Wellness

The True Cost of Mental Health & Wellness

Overall spending on mental health treatment reached $225 billion in 2019 and that doesn’t include additional indirect costs caused by mental health challenges and depression. Simply accessing mental health care can be prohibitively expensive and usually far exceeds other health costs.

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Go Reconfigure

Go Reconfigure!

Depression can re-wire the structure and function of the brain creating unhealthy patterns and pathways. Research shows innovative ketamine infusion treatment for depression can rapidly halt and reverse the damage and reconfigure sustained antidepressant effects.

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KWC Support for LGBTQ+ Pride – After the Parade is Over

While belonging to the LGBTQ+ community can be a source of strength, it also brings unique challenges. Members of this community are at a higher risk for experiencing mental wellness conditions — especially depression, anxiety, and suicidality. Many in the LGBTQ+ community face discrimination, prejudice, denial of civil and human rights, harassment, and family rejection, any of which can lead to new or worsened symptoms.

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Depression and Suicide in Young People – A Frightening Pandemic

The percentage of adults taking prescription medication or receiving mental health counseling had risen to twenty-five percent by December 2020– an alarming upward trend that gets even steeper among young adults. The proportion of mental health-related visits to the ER for children ages 12–17 years increased by 31% in 2020.

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