Spring Health and Wellness
With spring right around the corner, it is time to shed the winter doldrums – and any unwanted health habits we may have picked up over the past few months.
Just as we spring clean our homes and gardens, here are a few tips such as being more active, eating healthier, sun safety and more to get your body, mind, spirit and environments recharged.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month where we join the national movement to dispel the myths, fight the stigmas and support the people and their families who have mental illnesses or suffer with mental health challenges.
No one is immune from life challenges that can impact mental health. Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, many more people are experiencing mental and emotional “dis-ease,” ranging from loneliness and anxiety to more serious conditions. The Health and Wellness Ministry reminds us that there are things that we can do to help maintain mental and emotional balance ( remember your PPE ), and there are times when it is important to seek professional help.
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