My reaction to an article defending antidepressants

I just wanted to write a quick reaction to a recent article in the Guardian about antidepressants, as this is something relevant to what I have been blogging about and still perceived as a controversial topic. The article titled ‘Antidepressants work, so why do we shame people for taking them?’ talks about the stigma attached … Continue reading My reaction to an article defending antidepressants

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Other relaxation and anxiety management techniques

So far, I’ve talked about the main anxiety management tools that helped me to get out of the vicious anxiety and panic attack circle and improve my mental health: letting go, meditation and breathing. Each one of them is complex and interconnected with the other. In other words, It wasn’t just me practising these exercises … Continue reading Other relaxation and anxiety management techniques

Breathing

Breathing goes hand in hand with the other anxiety management tools that I wrote about. In my case, breathing is very closely tight with meditation as my most frequently practised form is basic breathing meditation. Breathing is something so simple and natural. We take it for granted and usually don’t pay close attention to it. … Continue reading Breathing

Anxiety and Panic Attacks

I finally found the time and state of mind to write about this big issue. I have been writing quite openly about my mental health since I started this blog but I promised I would also talk about anxiety and panic attacks management. I don’t have any qualification or authority to talk about mental health … Continue reading Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Mental Health

From the very moment when I decided that I wanted to start my blog, I knew that my mental health would be one of the big topics that I would like to write about. -- CONTINUE READING --