For most people the “Monday blues” normally start with the “Sunday scaries”. The work week ahead can add pressure and stress. Thus most people have reported that they struggle with Mondays.
The third Monday of January is known as “Blue Monday”. It has been said to be the most depressing day our of the entire year. CAST Centers CEO, Mike Bayer goes on Fox News in order to explain how to cope with Blue Monday and turn your start of the week into a positive experience!
Hear Mike’s advice to get through your work week here: https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/monday-blues-combat-anxiety-sadness-new-week-begins-according-expert
One can experience depression for a number of reasons. Sometimes a life event triggers depression. Sometimes it happens after a psychological trauma, such as an assault. People with other mental health disorders, such as anxiety disorder are at risk of depression. Substance abuse and prescription medication addiction are risk factors for depression too. For some, there is no particular event that triggers depression and someone can feel it seemingly at random.
Whatever triggers someone’s depression, it’s more than just feeling sad. Sadness is a temporary reaction to loss and other life events. The feelings caused by depression are sometimes so strong that they prevent them from living a normal life. Depression treatment in Los Angeles can help someone manage their symptoms to live a happy and healthy life.
Mike Bayer is a two-time New York Times best-selling author, CAST Centers Founder and CEO, and personal development coach whose mission is to help people achieve sound mental health in order to become their best selves. In the earlier years of his career Mike worked as a drug and alcohol counselor (CADC-II) and later became a board-registered interventionist (BRI-II). Mike founded CAST Centers in 2005, as he saw a need for strong dual-diagnosis treatment.
CAST Centers is in network with Anthem Blue Cross, MHN Health Net and accepts most PPO insurances like Cigna, Aetna and UnitedHealthcare.
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