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Music and Well-Being

Dec. 15, 2023
Music has been shown to have a profound impact on mental health and well-being. Engaging with music can evoke emotions, provide a sense of comfort, and serve as a form of self-expression. Research suggests that listening to music can reduce stress, anxiety, and depression, and even improve mood and sleep quality. It has also been found to enhance cognitive function and promote relaxation. Additionally, actively participating in music through singing or playing an instrument can boost self-esteem and provide a sense of accomplishment. Overall, music has the power to uplift and soothe the mind, making it a valuable resource for promoting mental well-being
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Shining a Light on National Suicide Prevention Month

Sept. 8, 2023
Suicidal thoughts do not discriminate. They can quietly creep into anyone's life, regardless of age, gender, or background. Often, they're the painful result of untreated mental health conditions. But here's the truth: These thoughts, while sadly common, should never be considered normal. They're a signal of deeper issues that deserve attention. National Suicide Prevention Month reminds us that we all have a role in preventing suicide. Together, we can create a world where suffering individuals feel understood, supported, and empowered to seek help.
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Depression & Aging

Aug. 29, 2022
Depression is a common and complex mental health issue that can change or start as people age. This article give information on some of the factors that contribute to depression and tips for seeking treatment.