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How to tell if your mental health is declining

Sometimes mental health symptoms can surface unknowingly so. Therefore, it is essential to track the state of your mental health. If you leave your symptoms untreated, they may worsen over time. If you suspect that your condition is deteriorating, we suggest filling out our basic mental health quiz. Followed is a list of symptoms that could indicate that your mental health is declining.

  • Depressed moods
  • Lack of appetite
  • Loss of social interest
  • Fatigue
  • Agitation
  • Changes in your sleeping pattern
  • Increased irritability
  • Problems with concentration
  • Physical pain in the neck or back from anxiety
  • Suicidal thoughts

The power of meditation

If you are new to meditation, you might find it difficult to silence your mind when engaging in a meditation practice. With consistent practice, you’ll learn to switch off during the session, which will contribute to a calmer state of mind. Somedays, you might find it easy, and other days it might be hard to meditate, and that’s okay.

There are several meditation practices that are available to you. You could, for instance, do a gratitude meditation where you solely focus on everything that you are grateful for. And meditation has several positive outcomes on the brain. With time, you will notice increased concentration, mental alertness, and self-awareness.

Meditation can also lower anxiety and stress, leaving you peaceful after your meditation session. If you go on Youtube and search for guided meditations, you will find plenty of sources to choose from.

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When to seek help

Due to mental health stigma, people tend to avoid getting the help they so desperately need. If you notice any symptoms or worsen your current symptoms, we suggest you make an appointment with a mental health care specialist. At ZwavelStream Clinic, we welcome anyone. We are fully committed to helping you regain your sense of purpose to lead a healthy and fulfilling life.

Take the mental health quiz for a quick and easy way to determine whether or not you should see a health care practitioner.

Our approach to mental health

Often, mental health is met with fear and misunderstanding. Unfortunately, there is still a massive misconception and stigmatization surrounding mental health in general. That’s why ZwavelStream clinic went above and beyond by creating a destigmatized environment where patients can get the medical help they need in a judgment-free setting.

We treat several mental conditions such as:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Personality Disorders
  • Adjustment Disorders
  • Post-Traumatic Stress
  • Work & Stress-Related Problems
  • Self-harm & Adjustment Difficulties
  • Bereavement & Loss of a Loved One
  • Behavioral Problems
  • Dealing with Difficult Life Problems such as Divorce
  • Chronic Pain Management

Our holistic approach to mental health is tailor-made to the needs of each patient so that they feel restored to meet life’s challenges with renewed confidence. Our specialist staff comes with decades of experience and world-class methodologies to ensure that patients are given the best treatment according to their individual needs.

We use mixed therapeutic procedures and treatment programs to help patients on their way to mental wellness. If you suspect that your symptoms are worsening or someone close to you shows signs and symptoms of mental imbalance, we encourage you to reach out for help. Our doors are always open to everyone.