In this blog, we will explore the causes of small t trauma and the ways in which they can affect mental health.
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Anxiety and depression are two of the most common mental health challenges. It can be easy to trudge on, not seeking help and just putting up with the thoughts and feelings associated with both anxiety and depression. This extra insight might help you decide on a different management plan, looking at ways to naturally support your body with the symptoms it is experiencing.
We have five different types of brain waves; our brains cycle through all five of the brain wave types at various times of the day and night. But what is the connection between brain waves and our mental health?