4 Tips to Improve Mental Health (Andrew Huberman & Paul Conti)

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What are tips to improve mental health? What kind of impact does social media have on your well-being? On the Huberman Lab, mental health is a grave topic of importance. With guest Paul Conti, Andrew Huberman dives into the problems with mental health treatments, technology’s impact on mental health, and more. Read more for Dr. Conti and Dr. Huberman’s advice on improving mental health, even when treatments may feel unhelpful.

Mental Health in the Military: Lee Ye-ram’s Story Isn’t Unique

Mental Health in the Military: Lee Ye-ram’s Story Isn’t Unique

What concerns should we have in regard to mental health in the military? Are servicemembers taken care of? Sergeant Lee Ye-ram’s story exposes the devastating impact of mental health struggles within the military. It’s a call for urgent reforms to prioritize the well-being of those who serve. Stephanie Soo discussed the matter on her podcast Rotten Mango. Read more to learn Sergeant Lee’s story and, sadly, how it’s not unique in the military.

How to Embark on Your Self-Healing Journey the Right Way

How to Embark on Your Self-Healing Journey the Right Way

Are you ready to embark on a self-healing journey? What kind of therapy will help you overcome psychological distress? On The Mel Robbins Podcast, Robbins and Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis break down different therapeutic practices such as mindful breathing to cultivate self-compassion and clarity. They also recommend disassociating relentless activity from self-worth to maintain a connection to one’s true identity. Start your self-healing journey with Robbins and Dr. Bryant-Davis’s advice.

Self-Care Practices for Mental Health—The Mel Robbins Podcast

Self-Care Practices for Mental Health—The Mel Robbins Podcast

Do you know of any self-care practices for mental health? How can you distance yourself from toxic work dynamics? Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis and Mel Robbins challenge the misconception that self-care equates to selfishness. On The Mel Robbins Podcast, Bryant-Davis says taking care of oneself is essential, regardless of conviction. Continue reading for some self-care practices that you can use every day, whether at home or work.

Ozempic and Body Positivity: How the Drug Hurts the Movement

Ozempic and Body Positivity: How the Drug Hurts the Movement

How is Ozempic hurting the body positivity movement? Is Ozempic a healthy way to lose weight? On The Daily Podcast, Michael Barbaro delves into how public perception has shifted from regarding Ozempic as a diabetes solution to a potential shortcut for weight loss. One could point to a societal fixation on obesity and thinness as a cause for this shift. Let’s look at the Ozempic-body positivity clash that’s currently happening.

Thema Bryant-Davis’s “Homecoming” Concept—Explained

Thema Bryant-Davis’s “Homecoming” Concept—Explained

What is Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis’s homecoming concept? What does distress do to your psyche? In an insightful conversation on The Mel Robbins Podcast, Robbins and Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis discuss the metaphorical concept of “homecoming,” which signifies the journey of reconnecting with our authentic sleeves. Life’s traumas often disguise our true identities, keeping us stuck in a look of distress that’s hard to escape. Let’s explore the concept of homecoming further.

Do You Regret Purchases? Explaining Buyer’s Remorse

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Why do we regret purchases after we make them? How can we make better buying decisions? When you regret purchases, it’s because your desire for something blinded you from thinking through the decision rationally. Often we think rationally only to justify these purchases after the fact. Learn why we get buyer’s remorse and why rationalizing purchases doesn’t help.

Direct Practice: How Is It Different From Indirect Practice?

Direct Practice: How Is It Different From Indirect Practice?

What is direct practice, and what separates it from indirect practice? Which is better? Direct practice is unique in that it involves engineering a situation in which you can practice skills, as opposed to practicing indirectly during normal activities. Both are effective, but there are certain situations in which direct is better. Take a look at this explanation of when to use direct practice and what it looks like.

The How of Happiness by Sonja Lyubomirsky (Overview)

The How of Happiness by Sonja Lyubomirsky (Overview)

Have you tried to find happiness and fallen short? Do you have clarity on what makes people—especially you—happy? In The How of Happiness, Sonja Lyubomirsky unpacks the factors that fuel long-term happiness and provides practical strategies to nurture and sustain it. She draws from extensive research as well as insights from leading scientists in the positive psychology field. Continue reading for an overview of this book that can help you understand—and find—happiness.