The notion that physical activity helps patients with depression has been well documented in medical research: in fact, a 2011 study found that“exercise compares favourably to antidepressant medications” as a way to treat mild to moderate depression. However, the motivation and energy needed to exercise are often directly at odds with the symptoms of the mood disorder.
Whether it’s an alien from another planet, a stuffed teddy bear come to life or just a play pal from summer camp who lives far away during the school year, it’s very common for children to have imaginary companions in their lives.
Do you get easily annoyed? At times, does that emotion quickly escalate to anger? You are not alone. You shouldn’t live with it, though. Beyond improvements to your general mood and happiness, taming your anger can have important benefits to your health. Constant stress and