Fashion and Mental Wellbeing

Fashion and Mental Wellbeing: How Fashion Affects Our Mental Health

Fashion is a nonverbal way of communicating with oneself and with others. According to, It may not be as obvious as the nonverbal gestures, but the choice of clothing is just as indicative and a more direct way of communicating nonverbally. Your choice of clothing can express who you are, who you want to be, who you perceive you are, and how you want to be perceived.
This kind of communication is not only outward, it can also be inward. Your choice of clothing can serve just as much as self-motivation and mindset conditioning as it is a message of representation of self to others. …

Sleep or Anxiety

How Can a 15-Pound Blanket Help You in Your Sleep or Anxiety?

It’s hard to find a person who can sleep eight straight hours at night with weighted blankets, especially in America. If you are one of the few people who do, then you’re fortunate. If not, it’s not the end for you, because there might be an answer to your problem!
According to Fitbit, most of their users wake up approximately nine times per night, which is not normal at all! Scientific evidence says that anxiety disorder causes sleeping problems. On the other hand, not having enough sleep can also cause anxiety.
By fixing …

More Health Professionals for Mental Care

1. Psychiatric or Mental Health Nurse Practitioners
These nurse practitioners can assess, diagnose, and give therapies for various mental health illnesses and substance abuse disorders. Also, there are some states that qualify these practitioners to prescribe medications and monitor the treatments. The supervision that will be given by a psychiatrist varies by state.
2. Family Nurse Practitioners
FNP or Family Nurse Practitioners give general medical care similar to the care given by primary care doctors.  However, the responsibilities may vary for every state. Even though FNPs …

The Different Mental Health Professionals

There are a lot of mental health care workers that can help patients recover. You can see them working in in-patient institutions such as psychiatric facilities, outpatient centers, hospitals, private clinics, and schools. They include:
1. Psychologists
These health professionals have a doctorate degree in clinical psychology or in another related field such as education or counseling. They have knowledge of evaluating a person’s mental health through psychological assessments, tests, and clinical interviews. They can diagnose and prescribe individual treatment or group therapies.
2. …

Components of Mental Illness

There are behaviors, conditions, symptoms, and thoughts that can be connected directly to mental illness. The factors listed below are important to take into consideration as they can affect mental health holistically.
Treatment plans can be created and become more effective if these factors are identified and understood how they affect mental health. Some of these components include:
1. Anosognosia
Anosognosia occurs when a person becomes unaware of the state of their mental health, or they cannot accurately detect their symptoms.
2. Autism
This is a complex mental …

Mental Health Conditions You Need to Know

Mental illnesses are conditions that affect the way a person thinks, feels, or behaves. These can greatly affect regular activities and the ability to get along with other people. Having a mental illness is not something that a person needs to go through on their own.
Here are some mental health conditions that are important to know so that it will be easier to help yourself or others:
1. Anxiety
Anxiety is normal. However, if the anxiety becomes consistent and overwhelming it can affect daily life. It is possible that it might be an anxiety disorder.
ADHD or …

Alarming Signs of a Mental Illness

Determining the signs and symptoms of mental illness can be challenging. There is no definite test to know if the thoughts and behaviors of a person are indicators of a mental problem. Here are some common but alarming signs of mental illness in adolescents and adults:

Extreme feelings of sadness
Too much fear or worry
Difficulties in learning or focusing due to confusion
Intense or prolonged feeling of anger or irritation
Extreme mood swings, e.g. feeling of euphoria
Difficulty socializing or understanding other people
Alterations in sleeping habits and feeling of low …