How To Manage Stress Through The Holiday Season

How To Manage Stress Through The Holiday Season

We’re told all the time that the holidays are supposed to be ‘the most wonderful time of the year’. However, not everyone feels that way. This time of year can be especially difficult for those dealing with the loss of a loved one, family conflicts, financial stress, loneliness or just ...

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Gratitude Beyond Thanksgiving- Here’s What It Can Do!

Gratitude Beyond Thanksgiving- Here’s What It Can Do!

It’s that time of year when gratitude comes into the spotlight. Thanksgiving is well known as a time to show your gratitude for your friends, family, and all that you have in life. But, science tells us that the benefits of having an attitude of gratitude can improve our health ...

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3 Things Someone With Depression Wants You To Know

3 Things Someone With Depression Wants You To Know

Depression can be a lonely disorder especially for those with treatment-resistant depression. The sadness and despair can consume a person and wear them down to their most vulnerable state.Major Depression makes it hard to hard to eat…hard to breathe…hard to sleep…hard to function.It’s truly a debilitating disease. Unlike physical conditions ...

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The Many Benefits Of Meditation For Tucson Residents

The Many Benefits Of Meditation For Tucson Residents

Meditation…you’ve probably heard about it. It’s a practice that’s recently gained rapid popularity through public meditation centers and in-office meditation rooms. It’s been well-adopted by rising professionals and is currently a top mainstream trend. In fact, the National Center of Health Statistics, the National Health Institute, and the National Center ...

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Our Team Of Experts Weigh In: How To Have A Stress-Free TMS Appointment

Our Team Of Experts Weigh In: How To Have A Stress-Free TMS Appointment

There are so many wonderful things about the benefits of TMS Therapy!It’s non-invasive (no surgery, anesthesia, or sedation)It’s non-systemic (not taken by mouth and does not circulate in the bloodstream)And it’s a medication-free way to get patients well.We see this every day at Surya Psychiatric Clinic! It’s part of what ...

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Healthcare Information

As healthcare providers, we are on the frontline to identify patients that may be suicidal. To educate the community (and also our colleagues) Surya Psychiatric Clinic has assembled a FREE Suicide Awareness Healthcare Professional Resource Kit. Each part of the kit can be integrated separately into your practice. We would ...

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A Caregiver’s Guide To Mental Wellness

A Caregiver’s Guide To Mental Wellness

“I’m worried that I’m not going to be able to get everything done”…“It’s so stressful having to do this alone!”…“I haven’t had a good night’s sleep in weeks”Even though caregiving can have many rewards, the stress of caring for a loved one can strain even the most resilient person. The ...

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5 Healthy Ways Students & Parents Can Prepare For The College Transition

5 Healthy Ways Students & Parents Can Prepare For The College Transition

Thousands of students from across the nation will soon be packing up and heading off to their first year of college. Armed with the latest dorm-room supplies, new course books, and career ambitions, they’ll enter a new stage of life.As exciting as the transition to college can be, it’s important ...

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You Are What You Eat: How Food Affects Your Mood

You Are What You Eat: How Food Affects Your Mood

As the old saying goes, “you are what you eat!”Have you ever thought that the foods you eat have more than just an effect on your waistline? Ongoing research shows just how important that connection between our gut and brain health really is! Gastrointestinal health can be the root cause ...

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Eating Healthy Recipes

As discussed in a previous blog post, nutrition has been proven to play a key role in managing depression. Although a causal relationship has yet to be established, there is strong enough correlative data to suggest that blood nutrient levels are lower in actively depressed individuals than the population at ...

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