Addictions, Mental Health and Concurrent Disorders | Humber Online – Course Trailer

One in five Canadians will experience mental illness. All of them face stigmas that worsen their problems. Addiction and wrong assumptions. Anxiety and disapproval. Schizophrenia and sensationalized misunderstandings. Concurrent disorders and uncertainty. Understanding these illnesses can lead to lasting treatments and prevention. But could the battle against social stigmas be the hardest struggle?

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8 Reasons Why You’re Waking Up In The Middle Of The Night

eight possible explanations for why you’re waking up in the middle of the night we’ve all been there one minute you’re having the greatest night’s sleep of your life the next you’re waking up uncomfortable and can’t go back to bed everyone requires a good night’s sleep to function properly the next day some people manage to function on only […]

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How Cycling Can Boost Your Mental Health – GCN Does Science

(logo swooshing) (gentle orchestral music) – I know what you’re thinking. That is a seriously cool hat. Probably out of your budget though, and with good reason. It is no ordinary hat. It’s monitoring and recording blood flow in my brain while I’m doing a fitness test. The reason for it is to demonstrate that cycling has an effect on […]

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My Thoughts On Onision Speaks “Cutters” Video – Kati Morton & Mental Health | Kati Morton

Hey everybody! It’s Tuesday, and normally what that would mean is that i’m on Tumblr answering your questions and i’m sorry if you asked a question and you were waiting but many, many, many of you said “Kati there’s this guy he made a video about cutters and i want to know your opinion” so i watched that video, and […]

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Could I have made up my eating disorder? #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

Hey everybody. Happy Thursday. And today I’m doing an FAQ video. I gathered most of my questions this time from katimorton.com And I also was on youtube answering questions yesterday and the day before. So if you’re looking for your question to be answered, I’ve gone through and answered. And I know a lot of you, And the great thing […]

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Seize the Awkward | Friendship & Mental Health | Ad Council

Awkwarddd… Do I look familiar? I should. You might remember me from… …here …here …here …or maybe even here. But an awkward silence can be a great thing. It can actually be a perfect moment to reach out to a friend and ask if they’re okay if they seem down. It doesn’t matter how you say it. Y’all right? Everything […]

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Filmmaker Opens Up About Illness That Doctors Told Her Was ‘All In Her Head’ | Megyn Kelly TODAY

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A Virtual Panic Attack | New Age Creators

(tranquil music) – Believe it or not I don’t have PhD. in psychology. But I have an honorary degree in worrying thanks to my anxiety and panic disorder. We’ve all felt anxious before. That uncomfortable feeling in the pit of your stomach when you’re about to enter an exam. Or your sweaty palms when you’re meeting new people. And your […]

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SMU Active Minds: Faces of Mental Health video series Part I (Summer Moss)

>>When I started PT school, I had this vision that I was going to help everyone. Everyone was going to be fit, everyone was going to be happy. I had all of this restless energy that I was going to fix everything. And within two weeks, I lost that vision. I was so drowned in deadlines and pressures that I […]

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