Celadon Recovery Blog

Anxiety

While everyone experiences anxiety and depression from time to time, some people suffer from extended bouts of one or the other (or both). Because these two disorders share some common characteristics and are often intertwined, many have trouble distinguishing between the two.

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Regular exercise can help combat mental health issues and minimize the effects of depression, anxiety, stress, ADHD, and PTSD. Although the physical movement is not a cure-all for anyone dealing with mental health problems, incorporating a physical activity routine can decrease the adverse effects.

Calm your mind and soul

We all get anxious sometimes but panic attacks can be debilitating. Having tools to help you through them can make life esier. Panic attacks can happen anytime, anywhere. If you're familiar with an attack, you know it can disrupt your life to the point where it can be challenging to do everyday activities.

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Aromatherapy seems to be the latest fad, but in fact, it has been practiced throughout history even as far back as 3500 BC. Using aromatherapy is a holistic approach to medicine and is slowly becoming more widely accepted in the medical community.

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While depression affects over 264 million people globally, it is a widely misunderstood phenomenon. Depression isn’t just feeling sad or gloomy. It is a real issue that impacts the lives of millions every day.

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Aromatherapy seems to be the latest fad, but in fact, it has been practiced throughout history even as far back as 3500 BC. Using aromatherapy is a holistic approach to medicine and is slowly becoming more widely accepted in the medical community.