5 Ways to Cope with Grief During the Holidays

Holidays can be a beautiful time of year where families come together and create wonderful memories together. However, if a family member or friend has passed away, holidays can be painful reminders of their absence. Good memories and traditions associated with the deceased may now create sadness as they will no longer be present in the celebration. A person suffering from grief may feel low energy and may not want to celebrate the holiday season entirely. Additionally, the anticipation of spending the holidays without a love one can cause a person distress throughout the entire season. Here are some tips to help make the holidays easier for those experiencing grief.

Neurofeedback for Medication-Resistant Depression

Depression is experienced by over 300 million people worldwide, and nearly half of these people are also diagnosed with a comorbid anxiety disorder. While there are many different types of depression, there are some symptoms that overlap which are recognizable by mental health professionals. These symptoms include fatigue, lack of motivation, inability to concentrate, changes in sleep and eating patterns, and even thoughts of suicide. 

4 Ways Neurofeedback Helps You Regain Independence

Mental health is essential to a person’s overall ability to function on a day to day basis. Many people suffer with mental health issues that can truly interfere with the person’s ability to live their life. As a person ages, memory is a common issue. If a person struggles with a mood disorder, doing even simply daily activities can seem as difficult as climbing Mount Everest. Those who suffer with anxiety tend to be held back from activities they would normally take part in, all due to the anxiety they feel. In each of these circumstances, the person doesn’t have the ability to independently function and complete tasks as efficiently as they truly could. Neurofeedback helps you gain back that independence so you can go about your day with ease knowing you will be able to accomplish all that you need to each day. 

Bipolar Disorder and Neurofeedback

Bipolar disorder, once referred to as manic depression, is a mental disorder that affects about 3% of the population. Identified by episodes of unusually intense depressive moods countered by extremely elevated, amplified moods at equal intensity, bipolar disorder has one of the highest risks for suicide. Although the cause of bipolar disorder has not been completely identified, most doctors agree that bipolar likely stems from genetics in combination with environmental factors and/or is triggered by traumatic life events or experiences. Some people with bipolar begin experiencing symptoms in their childhood years, but most often, symptoms of bipolar appear during the late teen years, as at least half of bipolar cases begin before the age of 25.

Is My Child Depressed?

While most people know depression affects a vast number of adults in the US, children can also be affected by depression. Often, the signs of depression are confused with normal transitioning and growing up. However, depression should be addressed as soon as possible to ensure the best quality of life for the child. Here are five major signs your child may have depression.

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