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Living with a mental health issue can make simple, everyday tasks extremely difficult to accomplish. Getting out of bed can feel like a chore. Wondering what you can do to help? Grab the mail, wash a few dishes, or take out the garbage. Any small act of kindness can really help and will be appreciated.




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Many things are happening in your body right after you have a baby. During pregnancy, your body changed a lot. It worked hard to keep your baby safe and healthy. Now that your baby is here, your body is changing again. Some of these changes are physical, like your breasts getting full of milk. Others are emotional, like feeling extra stress.


I asked him how or if he prepared for being in that situation and what he can do to give himself a better opportunity to succeed. On his own, he mentioned some of the workouts he skipped out on, and how he can practice at game speed to get used to the pressure of situations like that.


From a headache and sinus pain to a scratchy and sore throat, a cold can make you feel pretty miserable. To help ease the aches, pains and general discomfort associated with a cold, consider taking over-the-counter medications like ibuprofen or acetaminophen. To reduce swelling and open nasal passages, you may want to try an oral decongestant or nasal spray. Additionally, an over-the-counter expectorant like Mucinex with the ingredient guaifenesin can help thin mucus and make your cough more productive.


If a loved one is overweight, you may be concerned and want to intervene. After all, having a high body mass index (BMI) is associated with a higher risk for health issues like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and cancer, as well as a low quality of life, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notes.


quicklist: 2category: Juice Cleanse Dos and Don'tstitle: Do Choose a Detox or Cleanse That's Right for Youurl: text: There's no one standard definition of a cleanse or detox. For some, it means pressed juice only, and for others a cleanse can simply mean cutting out things like alcohol, caffeine, processed or refined foods, sugar, gluten, common allergens and animal protein.


While super strict regimes are incredibly popular, most of my clients feel much more energized and satiated when they include lean protein, and/or raw veggies and fruits they can chew, rather than juices that are gone in a few gulps. It's perfectly OK to \"cherry pick\" from various plans to create a program that feels right for you.


intro: Detoxes and cleanses have become so mainstream, you may feel like you're doing something wrong if you haven't tried at least one. But the truth is detoxes and cleanses aren't right for everyone, and they can even backfire.


The cup is designed to open up inside your vagina and (painlessly) suction to your vaginal walls, which keeps it in place. It should sit below your cervix, the narrow neck-like passage below the uterus that blood flows through to get to your vagina.


As a future nurse practitioner, Dos Santos aims to bolster the importance of mental health along with physical wellness to provide truly comprehensive care to her patients. She hopes to break down stigmas around mental health, which is an area that she feels is neglected, especially within minority communities. She hopes to address mental health not only with patients, but among nurses as well.


The Brazilian believes that the fans loyalty to him is going to be rewarded with a great between him and Rothwell and that when the cage door shuts they aren't going to have seen anything like it before.


Contrary to common belief, Solomon and McElhaney said, people at risk of suicide rarely "just snap." Significant behavioral changes and warning signs nearly always accompany the possibility of self-harm. Pay attention to indications like increased alcohol use, lack of motivation, lack of communication, attendance issues, increased aggression or agitation, changes in performance, a disheveled appearance and inability to concentrate. Keep an eye on significant emotional shifts as well, especially depression, tearfulness and mood swings.


Overall, trust your gut, Solomon and McElhaney said. If you sense a major change, ask the employee what's wrong. If you have a strong suspicion, it's even OK to ask the employee if they are contemplating suicide. "[For] most people, it feels very embarrassing, it feels very awkward, and there's a lot of resistance to that," McElhaney said. "But I will say that many people who are contemplating suicide would like to be asked. That gives them an opportunity to open up."


But "ask a genuine question that's going to get a genuine answer," McElhaney said. A perfunctory "How're you doing?" may feel like it's an adequate check-in, but it's likely to get just as perfunctory a response. "You have to do a little bit more in terms of communication," he said. "Ask something more specific. 'COVID-19 has been really hard on everybody, working from home. How has it impacted you?' And then actively listen."


DOS SANTOS: I mean, most of the album was actually written during lockdown, so it's kind of been a compilation of different processes and different writing times in my life. But for this song, it was just really kind of what I was doing that day. I just remember being with my partner, and we were biking. And I was like, you know, I want to make something that's kind of lighthearted and funny and cute and kind of, like, try a new approach to writing music and being playful with it than maybe I have in the past.


RASCOE: Obviously, during lockdown, everything was very, very heavy. Was it almost like an escape or wanting to give people a way to not have to feel so heavy all the time, to get some lightness in their life?


DOS SANTOS: Definitely 'cause I remember the album itself initially was supposed to be called Metamorphosis, and then I ended up scratching the song called "Metamorphosis," and the album kind of started morphing into something else. And that's kind of how I landed on the name "Morfo." So I wanted, you know, the music to be a little more happy and light. I think as a contrast to everything that was going on in the world, subconsciously, if anything, me trying to be like, OK, I have to have to put some lightness in my days.


DOS SANTOS: Honestly, it sounds like a hard thing to do, but it was just really necessary because this album was really taking shape so well, and it was coming together just kind of perfectly. But it definitely was different than what I initially had thought was going to kind of come out. I still feel like I kept true to what I needed to say and still bring forward the message of transformation.


DOS SANTOS: For me, I just wanted to have the elements that really feels like Brazil to me. And being Afro-Brazilian, you know, obviously, Brazil has a lot of Afro influence and the music and the drumming and everything, so it kind of was a natural thing to add these elements into the music. And it's kind of based off of the song that I really liked by a Brazilian artist called Edu Lobo. And this song is really called "O Acoite Bateu," which means the whip is beating. So it was kind of like a song that had this chant that I wanted to make a twist on and kind of reclaim it in a way.


DOS SANTOS: Well, not necessarily. I think it was kind of a lonely experience, but I had music and my father is - he lives in Norway, as well, with me. So I, you know, learned through him. And I always had him as, like, kind of my - what should I say? - my library. And, you know, he was kind of the source for me to learn about Brazil because I didn't go there a lot when I was growing up. But I think music really helped for me to figure out, what is Brazil to me, and what does it mean?


A person with anxiety may experience physical symptoms like a fast heartbeat, sweating, rapid breathing, trouble concentrating, and many more. This is not a made-up mental issue. A person with a debilitating anxiety disorder finds it hard to function normally every day because of anxiety attacks or too much worrying.


People with anxiety do not like change, so do not force your partner to change. In any case, that change is needed, but it must be done slowly and with support. Take little steps and always seek the help of mental health professionals.


Motorcyclists and monks alike pay respect to the man, and he even receives a gift from someone in the crowd: a picture of the Earth. The man leaves the planet on board a rocket that resembles NASA's next-generation Space Launch System, sharing the advice, "Stay thirsty, my friends." 041b061a72


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