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5 Tips For Dealing With Insomnia

If you suffer from insomnia, know that you are not alone. According to the Sleep Health Foundation, one in three people deal with at least mild insomnia. Whether it is caused by certain medicines or anxiety, not being able to fall asleep can certainly be frustrating. However, making a few lifestyle changes may improve your insomnia. Here are five helpful tips for dealing with insomnia: Exercise at the Right Times of the Day Read More 

Helping Victims In Need Of Medical Attention In A Disaster

When a natural disaster occurs, such as an earthquake or hurricane, the need for experienced medical help increases greatly. This is especially true for victims in foreign nations where access to hospitals or medical attention is not as easy to come by. For those with a background in medical care, volunteering to help during a crisis provides an invaluable service that may help to save lives. If you work in the medical field and are interested in volunteering during a disaster, here is what you need to know. Read More 

Treating Anxiety Through Alternative Medicine

When you suffer from anxiety, the entire world can seem a difficult, if not impossible place to navigate. Even simple tasks fill you with dread and worry and you have a tough time with the daily tasks that many people take for granted as being easy. And while you may be seeking out conventional treatments like medication and counseling from companies like The Center for Family Counseling, Inc., you may also find yourself looking for alternative medicine treatments to help further improve your situation and overcome your anxiety that much faster. Read More 

Indicators That Your Psychiatric Diagnosis Isn’t Right

You've been told that you have a certain psychiatric condition, but something about it doesn't seem quite right. You might read as much about the condition as you can, and while you do have some of the symptoms, the whole picture of the illness is not a good reflection of what you are experiencing.  How can you reasonably tell that your diagnosis was in error, and what can you do about it? Read More 

How To Form An Attachment With Your Adopted Baby

Many people don't like to talk about it, but it's very common to not feel an immediate connection with your adopted baby. You've been working on getting a baby to adopt for months, you're worn out and anxious, and you might not be in the right frame of mind to make an immediate attachment. Don't worry. Here are some ways to form an attachment with your adopted baby. 1. Spend Time With Your Baby Read More