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“I Like to Move It”: Exercise Shown to Improve Mental Health and Wellbeing in Teens
The internet contains resources and tips for improving mental health and wellbeing in teens. The number one recommendation for improving wellbeing in teens is exercise. There are even numerous studies that support this suggestion, like a recent one by Yale...
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Simple Steps to Help Your Child with Back to School Stress
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What is Back to School Stress? Back to school is a hectic time for parents and children. Some adolescents experience school stress and anxiety. “Typical anxiety and worries are fairly common for children going to school for the first time....
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Teen Internet Addiction: Research Shows Devices May Keep Us from Happiness
Teen Internet Addiction Might Become a Serious Problem With smartphones being increasingly cheaper and more accessible, teen internet addiction is on the verge of becoming a serious problem. Nowadays, social media represents a huge part of our life. We text,...
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5 Tips for Finding the Best Therapeutic Boarding School for Your Child
When your child is dealing with emotional and behavioral problems, finding the best therapeutic boarding school should be a top priority. This relatively new approach to mental health has given rise to countless institutions where children and teens can focus...
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School Anxiety: College Students & the Burden of Succeeding
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College is full of new responsibilities, freedom, and social situations. Not all students are capable of handling monumental changes in their lives. Vulnerable college students are experiencing higher rates of school anxiety. “Between 40 percent and 60 percent of college...
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The Great Divide: Seeing the Difference between Anxiety and Stress in Teens
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Studies conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health show about 25% of teenagers have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety is categorized as having feelings of tension or worry that affect mental and physical changes. Anxiety disorders can cause extreme reactions...
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Facebook & Instagram Release Tools to Help Youth & Teen Mental Health
Today’s teen is exposed to a massive amount of technology. With that technology usage comes the ability to connect to people in a multitude of ways. Social media apps, such as Facebook and Instagram, allow teens to share every aspect...
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Tips For How to Lower Mental Health Issues in LGBT Teens
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The LGBTQ community has seen great progress in recent years. Still, LGBT youth are experiencing bullying, homelessness, and mental health distress at an alarming rate. “According to a yearly survey from the media-monitoring organization GLAAD, 2017 marked the first time...
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Learning By Doing: The Power of Experiential Learning For Struggling Teens
The current educational curriculum focuses on scholastic achievement. Schools emphasize academic learning, and don’t touch upon experiential learning. Many students struggle with learning, social, and emotional disorders. Adolescents cannot thrive in traditional academic environments. Experiential learning teaches teens to discover,...
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Google Glass Shown to Improve Critical Skills in Teens with Autism
When it comes to social interactions and reading emotions, teens with autism often encounter difficulties. This, in turn, affects their ability to interact with others in a functional and meaningful way. Fortunately, a new study conducted by researchers at the...
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