Is 2020 over yet? Well, we are more than halfway to 2021 thankfully, and it probably can’t come sooner our mental health may just depend on it. The riots made us forget about COVID-19 for about a week, and with phase 3 underway, it’s refreshing to see more people walking around and eating outside. Just remember, social distancing should still be practiced and PLEASE let’s continue to wear a mask.
Can you believe it’s June 2020 already? Yeah, us neither- and we are ready for it to go away. Let’s talk about some of the badness that has happened this year so far …
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We have to continue to shed light on mental health just like we would any other medical based illness. Just like any organ of the body that may need treatment, the heart, the lungs, so does the brain.
Dementia is a very scary topic. Whether it is your own mind or a loved one, losing one’s memory can be difficult to handle. Unfortunately, there are no cures, and traditional medicine is not as effective as we would hope. Memory loss can be confusing. Even when I was in neurology residency training, it was… Continue reading The Importance of Mental Health Awareness