What You Need to Know About ‘Smiling Depression’

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How are you? Really?” This is my mom’s standard line of questioning any time I dye my hair darker. In her mind, darker hair equals darker mood. She’s on to something, but in my case, she has it backwards. She shouldn’t worry that I’ve “moved over to the dark side” when I, well, move

The Isolation Cycle of Depression and Anxiety

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Sometimes, I’ll just be laying in bed, sat on the train, or walking from college to the train station with my friend M, when the following happens. It hits me, without warning. My heart starts to pound, my breathing rasps, and my body feels like it’s no longer mine. I

Low Carbs Cauliflower Cheddar Fritters (Pancakes)-Weight Loss Program

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Crispy on the outside, cheesy on the inside. These cauliflower cheddar fritters are packed full of vitamins and are delicious.Ever since I began making cauliflower tots and cauliflower pizza my family has been in love with cauliflower. I’ve added it to our dinner routine in so many different ways but we just

Here’s everything you need to know about trichotillomania

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Trichotillomania, an anxiety-related mental health disorder, is characterized as an insatiable and persistent compulsion to pull or pick at hair. The condition, which is much more common among women than men and is frequently diagnosed in adolescent girls and young adult women, can result in baldness or patches of profound

7 Clever Ways to Put an End to Your Late-Night Snacking Habits

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the evening hours tend to be your healthy-eating downfall, follow this simple guide to just say no. 1. POWER UP AT DINNER Make sure your meal includes fiber (found in vegetables and whole grains) and protein (lean meat, beans and dairy), two nutrients that help you feel full and satisfied.