After a particularly challenging couple of years, it may be hard to distinguish a typical "funk" from treatable anxiety and depression. In this People Magazine article, Dr. McKernan discusses what to look out for and how to take action.
We often think of mental health as something controlled by the brain. But it actually depends on a delicate balance of brain chemistry, physical health, life stressors, genetics and experiences.
Establishing a sense of normalcy can help reduce the cognitive burden of the day and allow us to feel more in control of our own days.