Dementia aware: what you need to know about concussion and the risk of developing dementia What do football players, soccer players, ice hockey players and soldiers have in common? They are all at increased risk of experiencing repeated concussions, also called traumatic brain injury, and consequently, have an increased
Anxiety was barely known as an illness before the 19th century. Anxiety is caused by worrying about the future. Depression is a prolonged state of sadness because of past events and experiences. Most people experience anxiety or depression at some point in their lives. Many physicians prescribe mental and physical exercises to improve a patient’s state of mind.
For those living with a mental disorder, the Holiday season can be very difficult and overwhelming. Celebration, socialization, eating, drinking, partying, cheerfulness, exchanging gifts and ‘making merry’ throughout the month of December, has become a tradition and also an expectation. Sadly, the holiday season is also a major catalyst for
Book Review by Thomas Dahlborg Dahlborg Healthcare Leadership Group (DHLG), Relationship Centred Leader, Child Advocate, Author: The BIG KID and…Basketball Escaping the Rabbit Hole by Tracey Maxfield is brilliant. “This book is a must read for anyone living with depression or caring for someone with depression, and for anyone who wants