Everyday people struggle with challenges in life intend to keep them bottled up inside. Rachel O’Neill, a licensed professional clinical counselor notes that often mental health disorders gets confused with being mentally sharp and emotionally balanced. She further states that a person can go through a succession of sadness or anxiety and never be considered to have a mental health disorder.
There are some steps you can take to strengthen your mental fitness. First, learn to hone your attention to one thing instead of multiple issues. Not only is this not healthy, it build anxiety. Live more in your surroundings and enjoy your time being out of the house. Second, exercise and your mental fitness is crucial. Together they give you a well-balanced life, and enhance serotonin dopamine in the brain and overall make you feel good. You’ll have more energy, be more relaxed and your stress level goes down.
Many people are deciding to use a new innovative app called Talkspace. The platform is text-based connecting you with a licensed therapist. The company has promoted its services on popular internet sites drawing attention from consumers who want to find out more.
When you sign up you will immediately receive a confidential text from your primary therapist. They log all your information so you can be appropriately matched with a therapist that fits your needs. Many like it because of the autonomy, easy use and privacy. You can send photos, audio clips, videos all directly to your therapist. What you won’t find with talk-space is an in-house relationship with your therapist. They may also not treat your specific problem or don’t have a therapist available to do so. The cost will set you back as little as $128 a month giving you a 24/7 connection with your therapist. Somehow found that Talkspace is way cheaper than the traditional therapist session.