Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Foods That Help Boost the Mood

If you suffer from stress and/or anxiety and are looking for natural ways to improve your mood, the answer may be hidden right in...

Alcoholism: What You Need to Know

When it comes to alcohol, there are four different classifications of drinkers: • An Abstainer: Someone who doesn’t drink or rarely drinks at all. • Social...

Understanding the Body’s Reaction to Stress and Finding Relief

We’ve all experienced stress in our lives at some point or another. It can be triggered by a wide variety of things – for...

Stress – More Than Just a Word

Stress isn’t just a word, nor is it something we simply feel from time to time. It’s much more complex than that. Why? Because...

Psychology Awareness Month

Psychology Month is observed every February to acknowledge the contributions of Canadian psychologists and to teach Canadians the many ways in which psychology can...

Eating Disorders Awareness Week

From February 1st through to February 7th, the Canadian Mental Health Association joins the National Initiative for Eating Disorders and the National Eating Disorders...

How to Talk About Mental Health

When it comes to discussing mental health – whether it’s with your friends, with your family members, in the news, or even in a...

Mental Health Statistics

Below you will find some of the latest statistics surrounding mental health and mental illness in Canada. If you or someone you know is...

Defining Mental Illness

When it comes to mental illness, we often associate it with things like depression and anxiety. However, mental illness not limited to just one...

Bell Let’s Talk Day: Join the Conversation

When it comes to mental health, it’s a topic of conversation that many try to avoid due to the stigma that still sounds it....