The past year has placed unprecedented stresses on everyone. In fact, the National Health Interview Survey from January revealed that four in 10 adults reported symptoms of anxiety or depressive disorder, compared to one in 10 prior to the pandemic.
When mental health takes a downturn, physical health can follow, whether it’s from lost sleep, poor diet and exercise, or neglecting your own health as you do your best to care for your loved ones.
Small changes can make a big difference, and with summer approaching, there’s no better time to mentally recharge . . .
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