Month: June 2018

Thinking Clearly When Depression Hits

Contributed by: Jane Sandwood If you’re a typical white collar worker, you probably spend more than half your workday receiving and processing information. 60 million Americans work in the knowledge sector, which has led to a crisis of brain fog: that feeling of being unable to think straight due to information overload. These jobs are associated with… Read more »

Aquatherapy: How Swimming Could be a Key to Better Mental Health

Contributed by: Jane Sandwood While the benefits of swimming for physical health are obvious — strong muscles, better stamina, and improved fitness —- it can also be just as important for mental health, too. In fact, just one hour of exercise a week can protect against depression, a recent study in the American Journal of Psychiatry shows…. Read more »