Stay Healthy This Flu Season

Stay Healthy This Flu Season

The colder, shorter days of winter mean the resurgence of an annual season most of us could do without: flu season. Having the flu can be particularly unpleasant for people in recovery. Discomfort of any kind can be more difficult to navigate in early recovery, and...

Avoid the Effects of Untreated Anxiety

Avoid the Effects of Untreated Anxiety

We all experience stress; it’s part of life. However, when stress bridges into a chronic state of worry that kicks off a variety of other disruptive symptoms, it might be an anxiety disorder. Several types of anxiety disorders have been identified. It’s possible to...

Tips to Manage Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Tips to Manage Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

October 9-15, 2022, is OCD Awareness Week, a time to generate awareness and acceptance of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. There’s a widespread perception that OCD is a constructive condition that drives us to finish projects in a certain order, pre-rinse our dishes,...

Start Recovery Now: 4 Benefits to Sobriety in Autumn

Start Recovery Now: 4 Benefits to Sobriety in Autumn

From football to festivals, recovery in autumn comes with a unique set of challenges. It can be hard to think about navigating seasonal traditions sober. However, early recovery at any time of the year is hard work, and there’s a host of benefits to beginning recovery...

Eating Disorders in College Students

Eating Disorders in College Students

Studies show that eating disorders have been on the rise since the pandemic, and college students are at especially high risk. If you suspect your student or loved one has an eating disorder, there’s no better time than the present to learn how to help. Eating...

Tips to Support a Loved One in Recovery

Tips to Support a Loved One in Recovery

September is Recovery Month, a time to celebrate the millions of transformations that take place annually through recovery – and all the supportive people who help make that possible.  If you have a loved one in recovery, you may be feeling pressure around supporting...

Alleviating a Panic Attack: Tips to Manage Extreme Anxiety

Alleviating a Panic Attack: Tips to Manage Extreme Anxiety

Dizziness, shaking, sweating, chills, numbness, shortness of breath, a pounding heart…these are a few common symptoms of a panic attack. The mind is a funny thing: while panic attacks can feel life-threatening, they almost never are. If you experience a panic attack,...

Success in Recovery: Identifying and Addressing Triggers

Success in Recovery: Identifying and Addressing Triggers

As you navigate recovery, it’s important to learn which feelings and experiences make you vulnerable to relapse. Commonly known as triggers, these stimuli may manifest as physical symptoms like nausea and restlessness. They may also lead to reminiscing about substance...

Supporting Children through Summertime Anxiety and Depression

Supporting Children through Summertime Anxiety and Depression

Summer is a surprisingly common time for anxiety and depression in children. The loss of structure and social interaction from school may be disorienting, and downtime can be its own kind of stress. If you notice a change in your child’s mood or habits, or they share...

Check Your Anxiety at the Gate: Tips for Enjoying Travel

Check Your Anxiety at the Gate: Tips for Enjoying Travel

Summer is a great time to pack your suitcase and hit the road. While travel can be a fun way to unwind, it’s also a source of anxiety for many people. And for many that haven’t done much of it over the past few years, travel anxiety is more common than ever before....

Quit Smoking Today

Quit Smoking Today

Ready to quit smoking for good? This post explores why that’s a great idea and shares tips for putting cigarettes in your past. Why Quit Now? The moment you quit smoking is the moment your health and quality of life will begin to improve. Your body starts to repair...

How and Why to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

How and Why to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

In March, we posted about AA and NA words of wisdom, including HALT, the concept that relapse is more likely when someone is hungry, angry, lonely, or tired. Staying nourished, connected with a support network, and well-rested can make recovery easier. In this post,...

Alcohol Awareness Month: Rethinking Drinking

Alcohol Awareness Month: Rethinking Drinking

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, a good time to reflect on drinking habits and, if needed, to discover the help available to make a change. Unhealthy drinking is prevalent in the United States, and a national survey found that heavy drinking increased during the...

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

National Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Knowledge is power. Early identification and treatment are key. As we conclude National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, an annual campaign to raise awareness of eating disorders and the array of available support, it is important to know the signs of those struggling...

Bring the Best of Dry January to the Rest of the Year

Bring the Best of Dry January to the Rest of the Year

Dry January has become a popular tradition, a collective movement to avoid alcohol throughout the month of January. The benefits range from saving money and losing weight to restoring clarity and willpower for the year’s resolutions. Some want to stave off seasonal depression or give their liver and blood pressure a break after the holiday season.

Diabetes Care: How to Manage Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes Care: How to Manage Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes impacts 1 in 10 people in the United States, and 1 in 3 Americans are now considered prediabetic, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It’s important to manage your diabetes carefully so that you can live a full and healthy life.  At Mahajan Therapeutics, we offer holistic, whole-body care through […]