• Mental Health

    Black Mental Health: What Are The Issues?

    There is a lack of understanding and awareness about black mental health. This means that many black people do not get the help they need for their mental health problems. Black people are more likely to experience mental health problems than white people. This is partly because of the racism and discrimination that people face. Some of the most common mental health problems among black people include: • depression • anxiety • post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) • bipolar disorder • schizophrenia Many people do not seek help for their mental health problems because they will not be understood or supported. They may also feel that they will be judged or…

  • Mental Health

    Ways To Hack Flow State

    Flow state is a mental state of operation in which the person is fully immersed in what they are doing. Flow occurs when someone’s skill level matches the challenge at hand, and their sense of self-consciousness disappears. This hack will provide you with three ways to hack flow state for your benefit or that of others around you who may need some help finding this mental balance! Turn off all distractions. The flow requires a high level of concentration and an absence of distraction, so close out your apps and put your phone away! If you’re doing this for yourself at home, then be sure that there are no potential…

  • Mental Health

    Black Mental Health Matters

    Black Mental Health is the term used to represent all the mental health issues related to black people (African or African American people). 13% of US population is comprising of African American People. The rate of suicides in children between the ages of five and twelve was higher than that of white children of same age group in a survey (2018). In recent studies it has been found that in black community, the person with mild symptoms of anxiety and depression are taken as “crazy”. They do not feel comfortable to open up to the world for their health problems, especially mental health issues. African American people or “black people”…