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COVID-19 and Mental Health

The current challenges brought about by COVID-19 for people all around the globe have caused fear, anxiety, and uncertainty for so many of us. It's important to understand you are not alone in how you are feeling right now, and there are practical, healthy ways to help cope with these emotions.

What Is Anxiety?

What is anxiety? Although anxiety is a common reaction, learn about the symptoms and types of anxiety and how it can become a problem and when diagnosed as a disorder.


Panic Attacks: Dying Every Time

Panic attacks are often described as feeling like dying followed by intense fear that it will happen again. Learn about symptoms and how to manage future panic attacks.

Suicidal Ideation

Suicidal ideation is thinking that brings people to take their own lives. Here are a few critical things to understand about suicidal ideation and prevention.

Understanding Non-Suicidal Self-Injury

When a person inflicts self-injury but doesn’t want to end their life, it’s called Non-Suicidal Self-Injury. This can be a sign of psychological or emotional distress.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Almost everyone lives through something traumatic at some point in life. Most people have a lot of distress right after a trauma happens but begin to feel better over time. For other people, the distress continues, and they begin to have symptoms that really impact their lives.

Difficulty Sleeping

Although poor sleep is common, difficulty sleeping can be an indication of insomnia. Sleep issues can be a symptom of a mental health condition or medical condition.

Drinking or Using More than Intended

When drinking or using becomes unmanageable and can take over important parts of your life and which can lead you to other symptoms such as substance use disorder.

Substance Use Disorder

Withdrawal is when you feel awful and the only way to feel better is to use again. Learn what the signs and symptoms of substance use disorder are and treatment options.

What is an Eating Disorder?

Food can become more than just food for some people. It can take over thoughts and feelings but with EBT a healthy relationship with food is possible.


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