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In this episode I am talking to Kelsey Mech, a Canada based clinical counsellor specialising in anxiety and trauma. We talk about her journey of
The effect of poor blood sugar regulation on your mood and mental health is just incredible. Make sure to listen to this episode to understand how to balance your blood sugar levels for better mental health – and it’s not just about the sugar in your diet!
As the journalist Johann Hari said: If you’re suffering from depression or anxiety, you’re not a machine with broken parts. You are a human with unmet needs. In this episode on The Better Mental Health Podcast, I dive into this idea from a lifestyle perspective.
Depression is a complex and multi-factorial illness with many potential causes. In this episode, I dive into some of the main ideas of the potential physical root causes of this unfortunately now very common mental illness.
Listen to this episode if you want to learn more about functional medicine and how it differs from the more conventional approach to health and illness, and what might be going on within the body of someone suffering from depression.
If you are struggling with low mood then make sure not to miss this episode.
In this episode I share what I believe to be the 10 biggest myths about depression. But this episode isn’t just for people who have never suffered from depression themselves, and who want to better understand what it can feel like. It is also for those who are currently struggling with their mental health and who might be thinking that they’re weak, that something is fundamentally wrong with them, or that they’ll always suffer from depression.
So let’s debunk those myths!
In this first ever episode on The Better Mental Health Podcast, I give you an overview of what this podcast is all about. You’ll hear what future topics will cover and a little bit about who I am and what I do.
And then I also share my own story of suffering from depression in my early twenties with you. More importantly, I share how I managed to overcome depression and gradually return to better mental health again.