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SAD

Fall and Seasonal Affective Disorder: What You Need to Know

Research shows that 10 million people in the U.S. experience Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). You can take steps to manage symptoms of SAD and help is available.

Brain Health

How to Take Care of Your Mental Health

When was the last time you thought about tending to your mental health? Learn some easy ways to give your mental health the care it deserves.

Covid Kids School

The Impact of COVID and Quarantine on School-Age Children: What You Need to Know

COVID-19 has impacted the daily routines for many of us. Emerging research shows that the pandemic and subsequent quarantine has had an impact on school-age children, too.

Pandemic Depression

Best Practices for Dealing with Pandemic-Related Depression

If you or someone you care about are having difficulty with pandemic-related depression, anxiety, or stress, you should know that you’re not alone. You can take steps to deal with pandemic-related mental health symptoms.

News Overload

6 Tips to Cope with News Overload

Have you been suffering from news overload? Information overload can cause fatigue, anxiety, and problems with decision-making. Luckily, you can take these simple steps to control your exposure.

Seasonal Changes

5 Ways to Minimize Seasonal Stress

Seasonal changes can be stressful on your body and mind. Fortunately, you can take steps to minimize seasonal stress, which may help you more easily adapt to the changing seasons.

Mental Balance

How to Find More Emotional Balance in Your Life

It’s not always easy to find emotional balance, especially when leading a busy life full of responsibilities. Learn some helpful tips and ideas about how you can find more emotional balance in your life.

Return To Covid

How to Cope with the Return to "Normal"

While we may have long wished for a return to the pre-pandemic “normal,” many of us are experiencing increased stress and anxiety that can be challenging.

Mh Awareness

Mental Health Awareness

At ScriptSave WellRx, we recognize mental health is a priority, and we want to help everyone realize that it’s OK to not be OK.

Seasonal Depression

Surprising Mental Health Disorders that Peak During the Spring

It is not uncommon for certain mental health disorders to peak during various parts of the year. For many, a change in seasons can cause a decline in their mental health and mood.

Self Care

Developing a Self-Care Ritual

Making time to take care of yourself is one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health and well-being, yet many neglect self-care on a regular basis

Anxious Child

Helping Your Child Manage Anxiety

If your child seems to struggle with excessive worry or has an anxiety disorder, it can be hard to help them remain calm, stay focused, and engage in day-to-day life.

Social Isolation

Coping with Social Isolation

Research has shown that social isolation can be detrimental to your physical and mental health. Learn how you can stay connected and cope with social isolation, even during the most challenging of times.

Effoxor Vs Wellbutrin

Effexor vs. Wellbutrin – What Is the Difference?

Effexor and Wellbutrin are two antidepressants that are somewhat different from many used today. Learn more about what makes them different.

Realistic Goals

How to Set Realistic Resolutions After a Pandemic

With the start of a new year come new feelings of hope and encouragement. Consider the following when setting and working toward your 2021 resolutions to help increase your odds of success.

Holiday Grief

Grief During the Holidays

If you consider the impact 2020 has had on us, it is easy to see that grief may look and feel a bit different this holiday season. Grief has many causes, and many people may find it difficult to cope with their grief this holiday season.

Body Dysmorphia

How Going Virtual Has Contributed to Body Dysmorphia

COVID-19 and the subsequent self-quarantine and social isolation can increase the symptoms of Body Dysmorphia Disorder.

Get Happy

The Simple, Free, and Easy Way to Improve Your Mental Health

With everything that is happening in the world today, it is no wonder that people are struggling with their mental health.

Covid Depression

COVID-19 and Suicide Risk Factors

As we head into the holidays and COVID-19 rates steadily rise in many parts of the country, it’s important to be aware of suicide risk factors.

Winter Ready

How to Mentally Prepare for the Cold Months

The cold months are challenging for many people. While we can't stop winter from coming, we do have power over ourselves and how we prepare for and cope with the cold winter months.

Adult ADHD

How Common Is ADHD as an Adult?

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is often thought of as a problem for children and teens. However, ADHD also affects many adults.

Mood Food

A Dietician's Guide to Foods That Improve Your Mood

Research is constantly exploring the many factors that contribute to mental health and mood disorders and diet happens to be one of them.

Sad Kids

5 Signs Your Child May Be Struggling With Their Mental Health

There is no denying that 2020 came through like a hurricane wrecking many things in its path. Adults aren't the only ones experiencing hardships. Children are also finding it difficult to navigate the challenges of modern-day society.

Wmhd

October Marks World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day and increased advocacy for mental health awareness can help lessen the stigma associated with mental health problems.

Stigma Of Depression

The Stigma of Antidepressants

The stigma of taking antidepressants, and depression itself remain a barrier for people seeking help to improve their mental health.

burnout

How Burnout Can Hurt Your Heart and Cause Weight Gain

Burnout is a widespread and serious problem. Research shows burnout may have more serious consequences than previously realized.

talking

6 Signs That You Could Benefit from Talking to Someone

By Stacy Mosel, LMSW Talking to a counselor or therapist might not sound like your cup of tea, especially if you prefer to handle things on your own or you don’t like talking about or sharing your feelings. But everyone needs a compassionate ear sometimes. When things feel like they’re too much to handle, you […]

teletherapy

6 Reasons Teletherapy May Be a Good Fit for You

If you’re interested in counseling but you’re not sure if teletherapy is a good fit for your needs, keep reading to learn why this relatively new and innovative approach of providing mental health care could be the right choice for you.

antipsychotic-meds

A Review of Common Antipsychotics

Antipsychotics are used to treat psychosis associated with mental illnesses, but they’re more than just treatment for bipolar disorder.

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Stressed and Tired due to Coronavirus? How to Protect Your Mental Health

Anxiety over coronavirus can manifest in myriad ways. Many people are experiencing symptoms such as insomnia, difficulty concentrating, changes in appetite, and lower energy levels.

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How to Support Loved Ones Working the Front Lines During COVID-19

Every shift, our front line and essential workers risk their lives and the lives of their families to help their community and their fellow human beings. These workers face unrelenting and daunting tasks each day and jeopardize their physical, mental, and emotional health.

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May Is Mental Health Awareness Month

With the emergence of COVID-19, many people across the country are finding themselves dealing with increased emotional and mental distress.

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Post-Baby Pharmacy Secrets: A Mother’s Day Special

There are little known secrets hidden at your local pharmacy that can help mom’s get post-baby recovered.

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How to Improve Your Mental Health During COVID-19

The changes and uncertainty that come with COVID-19 have caused an increase in stress for many people. Stress can negatively impact your life in various ways.

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COVID-19 Family Health Activities

Many of us are working from home while also managing our children’s educations, attempting to maintain previous levels of productivity while simultaneously managing our anxieties.

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Mental Health — Connecting with Friends and Family During Social Distancing

If you are alone during this time, take advantage of the benefits that technology offers to help you stay connected and to help maintain your mental health.

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