Mental Health Tips When Working from Home

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We are all feeling the struggle of working from home during this Coronavirus outbreak. Still, it is essential we continue to stay healthy both physically and mentally. For those not used to working from home, it can be a challenge to begin. It becomes even more difficult when you struggle with a mental illness. Things…

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How does Coronavirus Spread?

In response to many questions and concerns, we want to provide you with some information regarding the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We need to make sure and continue to stress the importance of social distancing, and taking precautions to protect you and your loved ones. Below is the ways we currently know how the virus…

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Feeling Anxious About Coronavirus?

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Some Tips to Help Manage Anxiety about Coronavirus Fear about the coronavirus has absorbed the world and we understand that the outbreak of the coronavirus disease may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in people of all ages. Coping with your stress and anxiety…

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Signs, Symptoms and Treatments for Seasonal Affective Disorder


Across the country, Mother Nature is wreaking havoc. A lot of areas are experiencing winter weather whiteouts while others are affected by torrential downpours and tornadic weather. Regardless, Spring is supposed to be right around the corner and with it comes a change in mood to many. Throughout the winter season, millions of individuals are…

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Effects of Aging on Mental Health

Aging on Mental Health

Most everyone looks forward to retirement. Whether it’s spending more time with loved ones or traveling the world, we all want to experience our golden years with as much comfort and independence as possible. However, for a growing number of seniors, mental illness has become a serious threat to their overall well-being.

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8 Easy, Meaningful New Year’s Resolutions for Better Health

Most New Year’s resolutions involve improving your health or happiness. One key to achieving your resolutions is picking specific, realistically achievable and measurable goals. But beyond those basics, what should you do differently? After all, just “living healthier” feels overwhelming. You don’t need fad diets, supplements, fancy workouts or lots of time or money to…

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Patient-Centered Care Is Our Model

Patient-centered care is a not-so-new concept that many talk about but few truly implement. Years ago, patient care was centered on what the doctor thought was appropriate. Patients were rarely seen as unique individuals with different needs. But, thankfully, times have changed. Today, patient-centered care is becoming more commonplace. The experts at Smart Neuro Health…

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Combating Holiday Anxiety

The holidays are just around the corner and while the temperatures are dropping, anxiety levels among many are rising. Many of us experience anxiety throughout the year, but the holiday season can conjure up certain stressors that can take its toll emotionally and physically. Anxiety is a normal physiological body response to fear. One of…

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Is It a Cold or the Flu? Prevention, Symptoms, Treatments

Most viral respiratory infections, like the common cold, come and go within a few days, with no lasting effects. But the flu can cause serious health problems and can result in hospitalization or death. You can fight back by adopting healthy habits and by using medicines and vaccines approved by the U.S. Food and Drug…

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Depression: It’s Not Your “Teen Being a Teen”


Depression is a beast. It comes in and distorts a person’s view of their world. It’s scary. It’s misunderstood and it can be isolating. At Smart Neuro Health & Wellness Centers, we take depression seriously and we believe everyone has the right and the ability to live a happy, healthy and productive life. As a…

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