Category: Mind & Spirit

Peyton List’s HALLU by Peyton bath & beauty line is just ‘dreamy’

Peyton List, best known by millions of fans as Emma Ross on the Disney hit shows Jessie and Bunk’d has joined the swelling ranks of actresses/influencers stepping into the world of beauty products with the HALLU by Peyton bath & beauty line.

“With my new bath collection, there’s a bit about me in each of the products, from the forms to the fragrance, to all the things I love to do,” Peyton says.

We received a sample kit at Teens Wanna Know’s main office, which was promptly divvied up by staffers and the reviews are definitely on the positive side! “Dreamy,” “smell great,” “lovely” were some of the adjectives used. Here are some pics we took and a breakdown of the products in the collection:

Top Trending Forms and Fragrance
The HALLU by Peyton collection includes five top-trending forms with a sweet, light, floral scent featuring ylang ylang, cedar and citrus.

Geode Bath Bomb: Peyton’s love of geodes—the latest hot trend infiltrating everything from beauty to home décor—made creating a geode bath bomb an easy choice. A vibrant hot pink exterior surrounds a mix of brightly colored, shimmering salt crystals with a dusting of golden mica. Simply float the bath geode crystal side up in your tub for a delightful and fragrant soak. The 3-ounce geode bath bombs start at $3.57 and will be available at Walmart, Kroger and Fred Meyer.

Interlocking 2-in-1 Shower and Bath Bombs: Everybody loves a two-for-one, and this adorable, interlocking shower and bath bomb delivers double the fun. Opposing pink and gray halves join to form a heart shape. The pink side is the 3-ounce bath bomb that comes with a surprise color burst as it dissolves in the tub. The gray side is the 2.5-ounce shower bomb which Peyton likes for a quick pampering session when there isn’t time to soak in the tub. Turn on the water and set the shower bomb under the stream to release the fragrance. The Interlocking 2-in-1 Bomb set starts at $4.97 and will be available at Walmart, Kroger and Fred Meyer.

Silky Soft Bubble Bath: Experience the finest pink-carpet pampering with HALLU by Peyton’s Silky Soft Bubble Bath. Made with hydrating oils and vitamin E, it creates insane bubbles while filling the air with amazing fragrance. It’s cruelty-free, gluten-free, non-toxic and made in the USA. The 17-ounce Silky Soft Bubble Bath starts at $4.97 and will be available at Walmart, Kroger and Fred Meyer.

Heart of Gold Bath Bomb: A lightable candle comes nestled in this gold, heart-shaped bath bomb. Light it, float it, then sit back and relax as the bomb dissolves into soft, shimmering rose gold water. Free of gluten, phthalates and parabens, this bomb is the ultimate in tub-time relaxation. The 2.8-ounce Heart of Gold Bath Bomb retails at Walmart for $2.97.

XO Bath Bomb: Take a soak in peaceful pink waters, then go make your mark on the world with the XO Bath Bomb. Each of these floating & spinning bath bombs has 5 fun metallic tattoos inside, designed by Peyton herself! The 4.9-ounce Bath Bomb retails at Walmart for $2.97.

In addition to Peyton’s release, there is also the HALLU Cosmic collection, “inspired by those seeking deeper insight and self-identity through the Cosmos, the collection is a source of indulgent bath and body products that are out of this world. From bath and shower bombs to shimmering body lotion, the line features the uplifting fragrances of ginger, ocean and orchid. 

Star Power Bath Bomb Mix: This unique foaming & fizzing bath bomb mix releases uplifting fragrance and softens skin with nourishing coconut oil. Tiny sugar stars dissolve into the water, leaving a trail of rich, hypnotic beauty worthy of top #bathsofinstagram status. The 10-ounce mix is equivalent to six bath bombs and will be available at Walmart, Kroger and Fred Meyer. The bath bomb mix starts at $4.97.

Interlocking 2-in-1 Shower and Bath Bombs: Take your shower or bath to new heights with the two-in-one shower and bath bomb combo. Wrap yourself in the uplifting, cool vapors of the shower bomb or add wonder and light to your bath water with a floating cosmic-shaped bath bomb featuring gorgeous, shimmering mica. The Interlocking 2-in-1 Shower and Bath Bomb set starts at $4.97, available at Walmart, Kroger and Fred Meyer.

Moon Float Milk Bath: Escape into warm waters filled with rich, cloud-like bubbles, skin-softening coconut oil and moisturizing vitamin E. The 17-ounce Moon Float Milk Bath will be available exclusively at Walmart for $4.97.

Cosmic Bath Bomb: Take self-care to the next level with our Cosmic Bath Bomb. Sit back, relax and let your mind travel to a faraway galaxy as you surround yourself with rich, majestic colors and uplifting fragrance. The Cosmic Bath Bomb retails for $2.97. Find it exclusively at Walmart.

Lunar Shimmer Body Lotion: Experience out-of-this-world hydration with the moisturizing blend of jojoba and sunflower seed oil. Breathe in the bright, uplifting fragrance bursting with notes of ginger, ocean and orchid while an iridescent shimmer leaves your skin glowing with gorgeous radiance. The body lotion is sold exclusively at Walmart for $4.97.

Geode Bath Bomb: These sparkling salt-crystal half-circles come in trending geode form with a colorful exterior and shimmering crystals and mica at the center. Melt away stress with one of three varieties: Calmology for peaceful vibes, Creativity for unique vibes and Zenergy for tranquil vibes. Each Geode Bath Bomb is available at Kroger and Fred Meyer for $3.99.

The collections are available now in Walmart stores and online at, as well as select Kroger and Fred Meyer stores.

Your Guide to the Different Types of Summer Camps for Teens

Want to send your teen to summer camp? Which type? Learn all about the different types of summer camps in this guide to your options.

Did you know that there are over 12,000 summer camps in the U.S alone? Traditional summer camps have become highly successful for their outdoor adventures. Although, what other types of summer camps exist?

Don’t worry with this guide you can find out! From specialty camps to faith-based summer programs, summer camp provides teens with memories for years to come.

Now, are you ready to have some fun? Here’s an in-depth look at summer camps:

Specialty Camps

Specialty camps are often focused on the arts. From music to theater, specialty camps provide teens with higher levels of training in their chosen passion. Instructors, counselors, and administrative professionals usually have expert knowledge of their chosen interest.

Thus, teen summer camps are important since they provide knowledgable professionals who can help educate teens on the subject matter. Most camps provide one-on-one mentoring sessions, fun activities, as well as interactive courses.

Gender-Specific Camps

Parents often want their kids to engage in a truly stress-free camp experience. That’s why gender-specific camps come highly regarded. They provide an understanding environment for teens of all ages.

In fact, they provide no added social pressure from the opposite sex. Camps are divided into girls only and boys only sections. In most cases, the two camps will even join together to complete activities and compete against one another in sporting events.

Special Needs Camps

When your teen has a physical or mental disability, regular summer camps often cannot provide the right attention or care. That’s why special needs summer camps have developed activities specifically for those with disabilities.

Thus, teens don’t have to miss out on the fun of a summer camp experience. Instead, they can enjoy the outdoors and build upon skills like teamwork and self-confidence.

Sports Camps

Sports camps allow teens to explore their interests. In fact, they allow teenagers to practice good sportsmanship and help build self-confidence.

Since it’s centered around a single sport, teens can learn about something their passionate about. From swimming to lacrosse, there’s a variety of summer camps that can help teens hone their skills.

In some cases, sports camps may even hire guest speakers. Therefore, teens may have a chance to talk and interact with some of the largest names in the industry.

Faith-Based Camps

Many faith-based organizations sponsor summer camps for youth members. At these summer camps, campers can enjoy many camp activities. For example, campers learn about nature, engage in outdoor adventures, as well as bond with other teens.

Although religion is a central aspect of the camp. Many activities will focus on the topic of religion and teach teens how to increase their faith. Depending on the camp, daily devotionals and prayers may take place. 

Try the Different Types of Summer Camps Today

Summer camps are perfect for teens, especially since they allow teenagers to explore their passions. However, you don’t have to go the traditional route.

There are many types of summer camps from specialty to gender-specific; summer camps often provide teens with long-lasting memories. For more information on summer camps, visit our website to learn more.

What You Can Do to Keep Yourself Busy and Productive During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Quarantine has left many people struggling to maintain a healthy routine. Without the ability to go to work or pursue hobbies outside of the home, it’s easy to fall into a pattern of waking up, wearing PJs all day and losing any real sense of purpose. Although you may not be able to work like you’re accustomed to or stay as active as you would like, there are a few simple ways to keep busy and productive during your time indoors.

Self-isolation is the best way to keep everyone safe, so stick inside and follow these suggestions to imbue your day with something new. Remember to be gentle with yourself, too; this is a learning curve for everyone, and it’s okay to have days that aren’t productive or packed with a long to-do list.

Learn a New Recipe

If you’ve always wanted to learn how to cook, now is the perfect time! Start with the basics and work your way up. Experiment in the kitchen, or just pick a recipe online that you can recreate. You may even decide to put your own spin on it and discover a new favorite!

Healthy eating, vegetarian recipes and gluten-free dishes abound on the internet. You can even indulge your sweet tooth and whip up some homemade baking recipes that set your mouth watering.

Study the Rules of the Road

Chances are you aren’t driving anywhere nowadays, so why not read up on the basic driving rules and best practices? You can even take a defensive driving course online that can earn you a discount on your insurance rates. Studying driving rules will help you be safer behind the wheel after the coronavirus quarantine ends and life returns to normal.

It might also be time to treat yourself to a new pair of shoes; it’s important to wear proper footwear because certain shoes can impact driving ability.

Get Active Indoors

In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, experts recommend that you remain inside unless absolutely necessary. Although going outside for a walk might be nice, it could also lead to inadvertent exposure to the illness. Just because you can’t go outside much, for now, doesn’t mean you have to be stuck on the couch or at your desk.

Find ways to workout inside, whether it’s yoga, an online fitness class or exercise routine on YouTube.

With some creativity and an open mind, you can find plenty of ways to indulge in new hobbies during the quarantine. You might be surprised at what new interests you develop.

Here’s another great article: 3 Good Health Habits to Make While You’re Still Young

3 Signs of Depression Every Teen Should Be Aware Of

Being a teenager in today’s world isn’t easy. There is so much to keep up with when it comes to school, working a part-time job, dealing with your family, making friends, and maintaining other relationships. It’s important that teens have the right support at home in order to prevent things like depression. However, some teens are just more prone to developing depression during their younger years. There are some ways that you can identify depression in either yourself of your friends.

Lack of Appetite

Your average teen will eat a lot over the course of a day. After all, their bodies are growing and they’re developing more physically. Most teens are very active in sports and other activities, which will keep their appetite going strong. If you notice that your teen is eating less or has less interest in food, this could be a sign that they are feeling depressed. It’s important to keep an eye on eating habits. Losing weight or showing a lack of interest in food can also be signs of an eating disorder.

Change in Attitude

A lot of teenagers will have an attitude with their parents. This is just part of dealing with youth in the household. However, there are certain issues with attitude that can indicate there is a bigger problem going on. Teens often deal with depression, substance abuse, aggression, and suicidal behaviors. This can show in attitude by expressing a lot of angry outbursts, becoming violent against others or themselves, threatening abuse, crying with no known cause or other serious issues. These can indicate that it is important to seek help.

Social Withdrawal

If a teen is normally very active with school, sports and friends, you can spot depression if they start to withdraw from these things. If a child no longer wants to get up and do anything, they could be dealing with some scary emotions. You should also watch out for a change in interests, not caring about the effects of their actions, and reduced emotional expression or interaction.

If you notice that a teen may be dealing with depression, it’s a good idea to contact a mental health professional for assistance. You can touch base with a counselor or doctor to find out some of the best resources in your area. Let the teen know that you’re there for them. They may not feel like talking right now, but it’s important that they know they can come find you at any time for help.

Read more: We Need to Do Something About Transgender Teen Depression

Bored and looking for things to do during coronavirus lockdown? Zoe Nazarian’s here to help…

Are you bored out of your mind and stuck at home thanks to the Corona Virus?

The truth is, everyone is doing their part to try to “flatten the curve” of the spread of this scary virus by staying at home under quarantine…so good job and kudos to you! But after the online classes are complete, after the chores your parents made you do are done, and after you’ve eaten ALL the snacks….what now?

When most of the world has shut down….gyms, restaurants, school and even movie theaters, what’s a teen to do during coronavirus social distancing?

Zoe Nazarian has compiled a list of 20 things to do when you’re bored, while you’re stuck at home. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE to her channel and leave a comment on the video below sharing what you’re doing to cure your boredom and how you’re dealing with social distancing.

5 Best Things to Do in Japan to Experience the Local Culture

Do you want to experience the local culture on your upcoming trip to Japan? Check out these five best things to do in Japan.

There’s a record number of people visiting Japan for their vacation. Over 30 million visitors go to Japan every year. 

But, how do they actually spend their time in the Land of the Rising Sun? Stuffing your face with sushi and walking around the Bamboo Forest is great fun!

However, you may also wonder what are the best things to do in Japan if you want to discover more about the local culture.

Do you want to know more about Japanese culture? Check out our top 5 tips in the blog post below. Let’s get started!

1. Experience a Tea Ceremony 

Many Japanese people enjoy drinking several cups of tea per day. But, there is much more to the tea-drinking ceremony than slurping your favorite beverage.

There are many important meanings behind the simple ceremony. You can’t experience a true Japanese tea ceremony without someone else showing you how it’s done.

Not sure about your preferred cup of tea? You’ll be able to try everything from the sweetness of matcha green tea or the soothing flavor of sencha. 

2. Enjoy a Dip in the Onsen

Your experience in Japan is never complete without a visit to the one of the many onsens around the country.

Remember, everyone’s equal in the onsen. The hot springs are scattered around every corner of the islands of Japan.

Soaking yourself in these communal baths is a great way to relax and recover from other exhausting tourist activities.

The water in the onsens is considered by many local people to help with healing and restoring your health.

3. Be a Spectator at a Sumo Match

Are you a sports fan? You have probably never experienced a sport quite like sumo wrestling before. 

This isn’t just another martial art. It’s also packed with the traditions of Shintoism. Make sure you plan your visit around the matches.

You’ll be able to grab tickets to see a contest at the Ryogoku Kokugikan, Tokyo in either January, May or September.

Check out more information about attraction tickets here.

4. Dress Up in a Kimono

When you walk around Kyoto, you’ll almost certainly encounter people dressed in Kimonos. These beautiful traditional garments are expensive souvenirs for tourists eager to take part in the local culture.

However, you can rent a kimono to enjoy as you walk around the city. This is especially common in the district of Gion in Kyoto, where rental shops are everywhere.

Taking snaps of you and your family in kimonos is a great way to create a lasting memory of your time in Japan.

5. Stop By an Izakaya

The izakayas are the best places to get a bite to eat and a drink of beer wherever you are in Japan.

You’ll notice the locals sitting at the bar at lunch breaks or after work enjoy small plates of sushi and cups of sake. 

Even though izakayas are famously narrow bars, you’d be amazed by how many people squeeze inside to experience this traditional aspect of Japanese culture.

What are the Best Things to do in Japan?

Now that you know some of the best things to do in Japan to experience the local culture, you can make sure you connect with the country’s traditions.

There are so many things to do in Japan while you’re on vacation. But, with our list, you can make sure you check off some must-see attractions.

The Anxious Teenager’s Guide to Meditation

Meditating is something anyone can do, and those who suffer from anxiety can benefit from the practice. It’s important to know a few basics before you start. Here are some simple ways for an anxious person to succeed at meditation.

Use an App

There are apps on the market that are designed to help you if you struggle from anxiety. Many are free and let you choose what you want to focus on during your meditation. These apps may have music, chants or simply words to verbally guide you through meditating. If you are nervous about getting started, an app makes a great helper. The voices on the app often remind you not to worry if your thoughts stray. They teach you how to come back to the rhythm of your breath and relax your entire being.

Use Grounding Techniques

An important part of meditation is using grounding techniques. Grounding techniques tether you to the now and allow you to stay focused while meditating. They also offer a simple way back if you start to stray into anxious thoughts. Focusing on the breath is an easy, effective grounding technique. You can count your breaths as you inhale and exhale. When your thoughts roam, you simply come back to counting the breaths you’re taking. You can also use visualizations to ground you. Some people imagine their bodies as trees with roots fully connected to the earth but branches reaching for the sky. This gives you a visual image to keep you in the moment.

Eliminate Distractions

You can meditate anywhere, but those who struggle with anxiety would do well to eliminate distractions before starting. This means finding a place that is quiet and comfortable and putting phones on silent so they won’t interrupt the process. Trying to meditate in a room full of people who are talking or somewhere else that is chaotic can make it even harder to focus on your body and your breath. If you are meditating at home, make sure you have a place in your dwelling that is tidy, comfortable and fairly isolated from noise. It’s also smart to add comfort to your mediation area so you’re not distracted. Place a pillow on the floor to sit on when you meditate. Make sure clutter is kept to a minimum so it won’t beckon you to distraction while you’re meditating.

Anxiety can be a frustrating condition to deal with, but thankfully there are things like meditation that can help make it a little bit easier. Anyone can meditate, and the benefits for people with anxiety are proven. Use these simple tips to get started.

Here’s another article you might like: How to Recover from Stress in a Healthy Way

We Need to Do Something About Transgender Teen Depression

As the world becomes a more open and understanding place, more people are becoming comfortable coming forward about being transgender.

One of the main issues surrounding this is the fact that more transgender people are also becoming – or at least reporting – depression. 

With 1.8% of youth identifying as transgender – a significantly higher statistic than previously believed – it’s becoming increasingly important to identify the issue of transgender teen depression. 

In fact, compared to cisgender people of a similar age, transgender youth report issues like depression and suicidal thinking much more frequently. One out of every three transgender youth in 2019 reported attempting suicide. A third also said that they had been sexually attacked. 

More than half of transgender teens reported being depressed for at least 2 weeks in the last year. 

It’s becoming increasingly obvious that this situation needs to be addressed properly. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the possibilities.

A Bit About Transgender Teen Depression

Transgender teen depression is an important issue. Unfortunately, since it’s only been recently discussed in the media and mainstream psychology, it is not yet well-understood.

One of the reasons that transgender teen depression is so common is because these youth don’t have much of a community to find support in. They are going through very difficult emotions, and yet they don’t have a lot of people to confide in.

Someone struggling with anxiety, for example, immediately has a large support group – should they go seek for it. Massive numbers of psychologists are trained to help people manage anxiety, and virtually everyone has experienced some degree of anxiety at some point during their life. An anxious person can find support by simply talking about their issue.

A transgender teen, on the other hand, does not have many support groups. It can be very difficult for a transgender teen to find someone else who is going through the same issues. To make the problem even worse, some transgender teens are afraid to come out about their issues because they fear violence, judgment, or rejection from their peers.

The issue of being transgender deals with emotional problems that are not typically tackled in psychology. The idea of being born the wrong gender – to live in a body that’s different than what you believe you should have – has only recently adopted mainstream acceptance, and as such, there hasn’t been too much research done regarding the issue.

One of the issues that these youth face is the compounding nature of the problem. They are constantly reminded every day of their feelings:

  • They may often be called a name that they don’t feel suits their gender
  • They may be called to fulfill gender roles that they don’t feel that they fit
  • They are frequently the subject of assumptions that people make based on their perceived gender

Improving the Situation

One of the best ways to improve the situation is by promoting awareness and acceptance.

Acceptance of the individual as a human being, despite any differences, is of crucial importance here – not just for peers, but for parents, family members, teachers and employers of transgender youth.

Recognizing the issues they face allows these youth to feel more comfortable with themselves, and also discourages stigma and violence against transgender teens. This is the most important thing that we can do to help lessen the difficulties that these teens encounter.

In Conclusion

Transgender teen depression is a serious problem, but one that’s becoming acknowledged by the mainstream. If you or a loved one struggles with transgender issues, the best thing to do is compassionately spread awareness and acceptance about the issue. If you feel the need, don’t hesitate to seek out a therapist or counselor.

How to Recover from Stress in a Healthy Way

Stressful moments come in all shapes and sizes. You might have a disagreement with a close friend, sibling or parent. Tempers flare, and you find yourself feeling anxious and upset. Tests or projects in school bring another kind of stress, worrying about deadlines and making the grade. The way you recover from a stressful situation is just as important as how you make your way through it.

Take a Deep Breath

Your body’s response to stress is hardwired deep in your brain. Almost every living thing on the planet has a stress response that experts refer to as the fight or flight response. When you are under stress, you may notice that your heart beats faster and you feel anxious. Your brain has released hormones that signal your body to get revved up for action. In addition to a faster heartbeat, your body also releases energy that prepares your muscles to snap into action. When you take a deep breath, you are reversing the signal and telling your body to slow down. This meditation app explains that when you intentionally take a few deep breaths, you will start to feel calmer and are able to think more clearly about the situation.

Be Gentle with Yourself

Part of recovering from a moment of stress is learning to let go of it. This personal injury lawyer describes how traumatic situations can leave you with mental damage that can develop into anxiety, PTSD, or depression. Make sure you don’t retraumatize yourself by replaying the event over and over in your head. When you recognize that you are thinking about an upsetting event, instead of replaying it in a first-person view, try to replay it like a movie in the third person. This can give you some distance from the event, watching things play out in a safe way. 

It can also be helpful to spend some time in silence. When you realize that you are replaying the event, focus on your breath so you begin to control the thought pattern, recognizing that you are just thinking, and the event is not really happening again. Finally, take some time to read a book, watch a show or do something that will give you some distance from the stressful moment.

Go for a Long Walk

Because your body prepares for action when you are under stress, physical exercise can help you recover from stress. Going for a long walk, taking a run or dancing can help your body process the hormones and use the extra energy that is part of the stress response. Going out in the fresh air also encourages you to breathe more deeply, which will slow things down. Blue Zones describes how walking in the woods is seen as an important way to deal with stress in some cultures. There is something about being surrounded by tall trees that reminds you about how small your problems are in the grand scheme of things.

Make Healthy Choices

Sometimes, when people are under stress, they try to use food, drugs or alcohol to calm down. These may supply short-term relief, but they can cause serious long-term problems.  Hotel California By The Sea says that many substance abusers’ issues stem from people trying to self-medicate. It is too easy to fall into a pattern of reaching for something unhealthy every time you feel stressed or anxious. You will feel better about yourself if you stick with healthy choices as you recover from stress. If you are craving something sweet, reach for some fruit instead of candy or other sweets. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. Stress throws you off balance, so you want to eat and drink in a way that gets you feeling normal.

Keep Things in Perspective

Once you calm down, you can start to put the stressful moment into perspective. A bad test grade is not the end of the world. Real friendships do not break after one argument. You were angry and upset at that moment, but that moment has passed. Once you have navigated through some of the emotion, you can think of the things that are going well in your life.  This can help your mind think rationally and let the small things go. Sometimes we need a break from our own thoughts. It is easy to overthink and to take life too seriously. Talking and laughing with others is a good way to keep life in perspective and to remember to enjoy it.  

Occasional stresses are a part of life. However, if you are constantly stressed and feeling anxious, make sure you reach out for help. According to Transformations Treatment Center, nearly 29% of Americans will develop an anxiety disorder, which means you are far from alone. Make sure you take care of yourself.

Learn about healthy eating choices by reading, “Food Sanity: How to eat in a world of fads and fiction”.

How to Get the Help You Need for PTSD

You can experience post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from many types of events. Though most people think of war when they think of PTSD, you may suffer from its symptoms due to experiences that have nothing to do with time in the military. The instigator could have been a car crash, sexual assault, or any other traumatic occurrence. Fortunately, there are ways to get help with your PTSD so you can deal with it properly and get your life back.

Go to a Therapist

Seeing a therapist is not something to be ashamed of, and the stigma that used to surround needing help from a professional has all but disappeared in today’s society. PTSD is a real condition, and you can benefit from seeking treatment from a mental health professional. In fact, a therapist can help you find the root cause of your PTSD and teach you coping skills. Think of going to therapy just as you would think of seeking any other medical treatment. In essence, it’s no different from going to a doctor when you are physically ill. According to Stewart J. Guss, if your PTSD was due to the negligent actions of another, you may be able to receive compensation to help pay for treatment.

Join a Support Group

PTSD can leave you feeling extremely isolated. Suffering through the symptoms of this condition tricks you into thinking no one else could possibly know what you’re going through. The truth is, there are support groups full of people dealing with PTSD. Joining one can help you receive the support you need. As Bridges to Recovery suggests, you can look for a support group that addresses PTSD in general, or you can look for a group whose members’ PTSD was brought on by the same type of event as yours. Either way, having other people in your life who know what you’re going through will help you recover.

Talk to Your Doctor

Your doctor needs to know about your PTSD so it can be addressed when assessing your overall health and well-being. Your general practitioner may also be able to offer help for symptoms that won’t go away and are making your life more difficult. Medication will not cure PTSD, but some people choose to take something for the anxiety and depression that often accompany the condition. There are also natural options like nature retreats for helping your body cope with the problem when you are struggling with PTSD. Your doctor can discuss them with you.

Living with PTSD is not easy, but there are plenty of ways for you to deal with this condition. Seek help, and whatever you choose to do, don’t isolate yourself.