Mental Health Guide

Help Understanding Your Mental Health

Mental health conditions affect many people worldwide. Learn how to overcome the stigma of mental health care and find important resources you can trust.

Taking control of anxiety

Experiencing anxiety once in a while is normal. Certain life events, such as having a baby or starting a new career, can cause anxiety.

 

 

 

Protect your health by managing stress

A little stress can be harmless and may even be helpful, but ongoing stress can put your health at risk. Understanding the different types of stress and knowing how to manage them can help you take care of your health.

Breaking The Stigma: Why Talking About Mental Health Is So Important

The mind and body are linked, but talking about mental health can be tougher than physical health.The mind and body are linked, but talking about mental health can be tougher than physical health.

Finding Mental Health Resources

Several mental health resources and organizations are available to offer you support for mental health when you need it. Use this list to connect with community programs and find more information about mental health help.

How To Help Someone At Risk For Suicide

Suicide can affect anyone, but there are ways to prevent it. Learn about the warning signs and risk factors of suicide, and the steps you can take to help someone who may be at risk.

Taking Care Of Your Child’s Mental Health

In children, mental health issues may be described as delays or changes in thinking, behavior, social skills, or emotional control. The different stresses of growing up, as well as events like losing a loved one, parents separating, moving, bullying, or traumatic experiences, can increase the risk of mental health difficulties.

Connecting To Mental Healthcare

Mental healthcare is an important part of your overall well-being. Learn about tools to help you find the right care for you and use your plan’s benefits for mental health care.

 

Overcoming stress with gratitude podcast

Our daily lives can make us feel constantly overwhelmed or stressed. The chronic stress isn't good for our long term physical and mental health.

Coping With The Emotional Response To Disaster

If you’ve witnessed or been affected by a disaster, it’s normal to feel many strong emotions, from stress and fear to grief or anger. Being able to identify when you or a loved one is struggling and finding healthy ways to cope is an important part of disaster recovery.

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