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12 November

In the last few years, mental health applications, especially wearables, have become more popular to treat anxiety and depression. Science has made it possible for men who struggle with their mental health to have constant help in the form of wearables that help restore their much-needed balance. 

These mental health wearables also help gather data in a non-invasive way that provides information that can be used to treat with these disorders more effectively. And while none of these wearable devices are a cure-all, they can be an effective assist for a guy who is already working with a mental health professional. 

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01 October

We all have that famous or shiny person who we look up to, right? And hearing them speak about some of their challenges and struggles which are like ours, somehow makes us feel better.

Anxiety is a persistent form of worry, even fear.  It’s a condition that can affect not only older individuals, but young people too. In children, it can come in the form of anger, irritability, even isolation, which in some cases might disrupt school, home, or play activities.

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14 May

Discussions of PTSD aside, most men find it hard to talk about their inner feelings. This is not about those who have suffered terribly in conflict: this is about regular guys who suffer from depression and mental health issues.

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04 December

Mental illness can affect anyone from any walk of life, regardless of gender, age, income, or any other factor. However, some disorders tend to affect men at a higher incidence rate than women.

According to the American Psychological Association and based on what we at The Men’s List hear about men and women experiencing mental health issues, these three disorders affect more men than women.

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10 March

Podcasts are everywhere and while some of us rely on books and reading for information it’s clear that podcasts serve a vast audience of people who prefer to listen and absorb new concepts, perspectives, techniques and strategies. Also, given the heavy leaning of most of these featured podcasts on personal stories and first-person sharing – it’s clear that these mental health podcasts are a huge force for change towards normalizing the experience of living with mental health issues. Check them out, download them, set your earphones and press ‘play.’

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31 January

Clarke Carlisle is Looking forward to the Future after His Darkest Days of Depression

Former soccer player Clark Carlisle has spoken openly since his career ended about his battle with depression. He claims the dark place he was in led him to a drunk driving conviction and a suicide attempt.

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26 June

Views This Month: 3 PTSD – My Personal Journey Most of my life, I dreamed of becoming a police officer and most of the things I did in my life were geared to attaining that goal. By Sept of 2000, I had achieved what I had so much wanted, believing that the profession I was entering […]

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25 May

Views This Month: 4 Finding Therapists For Men If you broke your leg, would you go to a hospital full of doctors, nurses and medical pros who were best equipped to help you out or would you try to take care of the issue yourself with home remedies, advice from your friends or the internet […]

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