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The Connection Between Bipolar Disorder And Boredom

What is Boredom? Is there a connection between bipolar disorder and boredom? What Does It Mean To Be Bored? Boredom is a state of not feeling interested in your surroundings. Also it means to have nothing to do as well as having a feeling that life is dull. It can be a normal response to …

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Learn How To Not Be Your Own Worst Enemy!?

What does it mean to be your own worst enemy? Does it mean to be self-defeating as well as self destructive? Does it keep you from moving forward in your life? What can you do about it? Let’s learn how to not be your own worst enemy. What It Means To Be Your Own Worst …

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How To Overcome Social Anxiety?

Let’s explore social anxiety. What role does it play in your mental health? Is it due to being shy or are you dealing with anxiety and depression?! Is social anxiety a symptom of a much bigger problem? Most importantly how do you overcome social anxiety? What Is Social Anxiety? Social Anxiety comes from the fear …

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The Benefits of Leaving Your Comfort Zone.

In this blog post we’ll be talking about the benefits of leaving your comfort zone. My Anxiety Story I was dealing with a life full of chaos due to financial, mental as well as physical health problems for 5 years. These were problems went hand-in-hand with anxiety. When my life was becoming less chaotic and …

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B Vitamins For A Better Mind!

What are B Vitamins? B vitamins are a class of water-soluble vitamins. They help maintain good health and also well being.  Along with being the building blocks for a healthy body. They also have a direct impact on your energy levels, cell metabolism and also brain health. B vitamins play a vital role in producing …

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How To Improve Brain Fog?

What is Brain Fog? Let’s explore what causes brain fog and also how to improve it naturally. The term “brain fog” is not a medical condition. It is used to describe symptoms that can affect your ability to think.  When you’re feeling anxious, confused, disorganized, finding it hard to focus. Also, if you’re having a …

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Probiotics For Bipolar Disorder

In this post we’ll be exploring the role probiotics play in managing bipolar disorder. What Are Probiotics? Probiotics are live good bacteria that you consume. They help keep your body healthy and also working well. Probiotics are part of your body’s microbiome aka your “gut”. They play a role in helping as well as restoring …

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What Are Some Benefits To Being Authentic?

What are some benefits to being authentic? What Is Being An Authentic Self? Being authentic is to come from a real place within yourself. It’s when your actions and words align with your beliefs and values. Also, it’s not caring about what other people think of you, especially when you’re expressing your whole self genuinely. …

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Tips For Helping A Bipolar Brain!

What is a Bipolar Brain? Let’s explore the bipolar brain. Bipolar Disorder is a mental disorder marked by mood episodes. These range from manic highs to depressive lows. The exact cause of bipolar disorder is unknown. Factors such as genetics and environment play a role. Another important factor that may play a role in bipolar …

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How To Be “High Functioning” Bipolar?

What does “high functioning” bipolar mean? Does it mean that you don’t need help? Do you have less severe symptoms? Before we answer these questions lets learn about bipolar disorder. What Is Bipolar Disorder? Bipolar Disorder is a mental disorder that causes unusual shifts in mood. It causes shifts in energy, activity levels and focus. …

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