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If you struggle with stress, depression, or anxiety, keeping a journal can help you gain control of your emotions and improve your mental health....

People who suffer from anxiety typically experience worry, panic, and acute alertness. Sugar intensifies these symptoms by causing a surge of adrenaline leading to hyperactivity and a hyper-reactive response to stress....

The link between heart disease and depression is strong. Patients with heart disease or who have had a heart attack often experience depression after being diagnosed or after undergoing a procedure....

Instead of giving you a list of New Year's resolutions you don't want to keep, let’s focus on one that has a BIG impact and requires LESS effort: sleep!...

The old axiom, “how to break a bad habit is to replace it with a good one” still applies, but only if the new routine is successfully created with the same cue and the same reward. Only by changing the routine will the new “good” habit stick....

Sometimes there is that family member who knows exactly what to say to make you feel small and insignificant. Boost your confidence and restore your power so that family visits are an occasion to look forward to and enjoy....

Even if you are not a diabetic, it’s likely you will be sitting down to a Thanksgiving feast or holiday meal with someone who is or could be. By incorporating these tips, you may not only reduce the urge to overindulge but also decrease the likelihood of experiencing the symptoms of depression....