Mattys Mental Health Podcast

Mattys Mental Health

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The Mental Health Podcast About:

Mental health Podcast. A place where people can share their stories and experiences with mental health by Matt Burke.

Mental health includes psychological, social, and emotional well-being. It can impact your physical health in different ways. There are different factors that could lead to a mental health change over time. These can be positive or negative based on the prior experience.

50% of the population are diagnosed with mental health problems at some stage in life.
Trauma, chronic medical condition experiences, substance overuse, and biological factors can trigger mental illnesses.

Caring for your mental health has innumerable benefits. Some examples include reduced anxiety, clear thinking, improved mood, boost in self-confidence, and more.

Depression, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and panic disorder are common mental health conditions.

Mental health awareness is a great way to come up with different solutions for different conditions. Join the Mattys Mental Health Podcast to build meaningful relationships and talk about your mental health frequently. It affects your overall well-being.

Accessible on Spotify.

Latest Episodes:

https://open.spotify.com/show/3UOy7cGmMYo8a7h6sm6E6F?si=64f454427763484b
https://open.spotify.com/episode/6wwxCTlkNkRIgnzThTldpd?si=3bee19fa247241ad

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