Come to the calm of a well functioning brain.
There is so much of this information on the internet. So I guess that I will add on to the words.
Getting outside is a good way to get some vitamin D and boost your morale.
Cleaning up the clutter in the house will clear the way for feeling better.
Reduce your time on social media. And get the phone out of the bedroom. Leave that space for sleep and the fun stuff.
Journaling has been documented to help almost as much as therapy. It gets the thoughts out of your head.
Get enough sleep. Keep the phone out of the bedroom. Also don't check the time every time that you wake up. Waking up is part of the sleep cycle.
Mediate, take a few minutes to do nothing and check in with yourself. Take a breathe.
Connect with others around you. Make some good food.
Eat more vegetables.
Cuddle with someone or a pet, it increases oxycodin, the feel good hormone.
Say no to others if you want to step back.
LENS helps to get the brain balanced. I can help to provide a clearer, stronger sense of self.
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Hello, my name is Dana Lee Collins M.A.,L.P.C. I am a psychotherapist that has been trained in the art of neurofeedback. This science helps to heal the brain of trauma. I am dedicated to helping people heal.