Healthy Life

Good nutrition, daily exercise and adequate sleep are the foundations of healthy living. A healthy lifestyle keeps you fit, energetic and at reduced risk for disease.

 

Healthy living is a way of living that helps you enjoy more aspects of your life. Health is not just about avoiding a disease or illness. It is about physical, mental and social well-being too.

When you adopt a healthy lifestyle, you provide a more positive role model for other people in your family, particularly children.

Anxiety (Self-Assessment)

Uncontrollable and persistent anxiety that interferes with your daily life may indicate generalized anxiety disorder (GAD).

This quiz is NOT a diagnostic tool. Mental health disorders can only be diagnosed by licensed healthcare professionals. We believe assessments can be a valuable first step toward getting treatment.

 

Anxiety is highly treatable often through a combination of cognitive behavior therapy and, in some cases, medication.

Depression (Self-Assessment)

When you’re going through a tough time it’s normal to feel down for a while, emotions like sadness and grief help make us human. But if you’re feeling sad or miserable most of the time over a long period of time, you might have depression.

Take this self-test to help figure out whether you’re showing any of the warning signs of depression.

This quiz is NOT a diagnostic tool. Mental health disorders can only be diagnosed by licensed healthcare professionals. We believe assessments can be a valuable first step toward getting treatment.

Guided Imagery

It's an effective way to find freedom from Stress and Tension. 

Using an image it focuses on the connection between the mind and the body to achieve a state of relaxation.

 

It's not a substitute for medical treatment, you may use it effectively in conjunction with treatments for many different illness.

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Progressive Muscle Relaxation

Progressive Muscle Relaxation is a mindfulness exercise that is intended to help you slow down, to develop greater awareness of tension in your body and to help you let that tension go. This exercise is useful for relaxing stiff, tired, or overworked muscles and for general relaxation.

Progressive Muscle Relaxation teaches your body to distinguish between tense and relaxed sensations by purposefully tensing and releasing muscles in a systematic way, starting at the feet and working your way up to your head.