Did you know that most sleep difficulties (about 80%) are either caused or reinforced by our own behaviors or daily habits?
According to the CDC, suicide is one of the leading cause of death in the United States. It claims more lives than automobile accidents or opioids and yet in some cases the numbers of suicides are under-reported as families want to hide the reasoning behind the death of a loved one. This secrecy exposes the stigma. The silence perpetuates the problem.
Mental health issues now are the leading cause of illness in the workplace. A study conducted by the American Institute of Stress in 2014 showed that job pressure was the leading cause of stress in the U.S.
Your personality may dictate how long you'll live. After studying 1,633 men over a 12 year period, researchers at Purdue University determined that chronic, excessive worrying can take several years off your life.
Women who are most likely to experience panic attacks are least likely to be aware of panic disorder, according to a survey by the Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA).
Studies show that those who openly grieve heal much faster than those who repress or avoid their feelings. Running away from grief postpones sorrow; clinging to grief prolongs pain. Neither leads to healing.