The 24/7 news cycle and constant exposure to political back and forth is draining. This election year it is even more difficult to escape, and many feel political anxiety, stress, and fatigue. Learn how to strike a balance between being informed and being overwhelmed!
October dedicates a day to national bullying prevention. It's not as common to recognize the perpetrator, but both bully and the bullied have lasting effects of bullying. Bullying is no longer just in school, but is online and follows children home. Learn the signs and what to do to to help prevent and stop bullying.
This year for Mental Illness Awareness Week, we're sharing a breakdown of 10 common mental health disorders including anxiety and mood disorders.
In the early 2000s, a new term was coined by Welsch therapist, "Autumn Anxiety." In the changing seasons, feelings of anxiety or anticipation can creep in. Do you feel that way? Learn how to treat this popular type of anxiety.
We've compiled 20 inspirational and hopeful quotes from those familiar with mental health issues. Read these quotes and find one that resonates. You're not alone!
Addiction doesn't discriminate. Chances are you or a loved one will face struggles related to addiction, and someone struggling with addiction before or during recovery will require support. Learn the myths related to addiction and how to support someone before, during, and after recovery!
On National Suicide Prevention Month and every day, we all have a responsibility to help end the stigma and help to prevent death by suicide. Learn the ways to recognize suicidal ideation and behavior, what to do and how to be a part of the solution in our blog.
Mental health stigma has gone down over the years, but is still one of many barriers to getting mental health services or support you need. The Mooditude app provides digital support and tools that will improve mental health and elevate your mood!
Reading improves your mood and overall mental health! We are teaching you how and sharing some tips for finding the perfect book for you.
Mental hygiene is an important practice when it comes to mental health. Your home or workspace needs to be clutter-free to ensure your brain works to its best ability, and other factors are also impacted by the environment you're in. Learn how to declutter in 5 steps and improve mental health!
Meditation is simple with the right tools! Learn how to correctly meditation with our helpful guide and suggestions for getting started with apps like Mooditude!
What is self-care really? We have the answers! Between quarantine, busy schedules, and practicability, self-care is often done at home and is truly effective in boosting mood and improving mental health. Learn 11 easy ways to do self-care at home.
It doesn't have to be sunny weather to get outdoors, but it definitely helps! Our list of summer activities are proven to improve mood and benefit health as a whole!
Dedicating time each day to journal on paper or with an app will improve mental and physical health!
Stress is at an all-time high and continues to grow. How we react and help stress anxiety with coping strategies can have benefit to our mental health and can fix the problem at hand. Learn what coping is and how to do it in a healthy, helpful way!
Mindfulness is a great way to combat stress and anxiety. Learn how to practice mindfulness daily to improve mental health.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is the basis of the mooditude app which will help you recognize negative thoughts and actions and help you to change your thinking and behaviors to positives!
Mood tracking apps offer a way to record and analyze your mood with the tap of a button. Always have your mood tracker with you on your phone with the Mooditude app.
Start these healthy habits today to see positive changes in your life!
Get better sleep with anxiety using these proven techniques, and help with habits and routines!
Many of us are now working from home- Zoom meetings and pet coworkers have become the new norm. Although it may at first seem like a dream come true, many are noticing it is still taking some adjustment. Here are some self-care tips to make the most out of your new routine.