Welcome to the 23rd episode of the Living Healthy Podcast, presented by LA Fitness.
May marks the start of Mental Health Month, and so on today’s episode, we bring back Dr. Neel Doshi, to help us understand exactly what mental illness is, the effects of mental illness on the body, and how social media and technology play into these conditions.
We also discuss ways to reach out for treatment and the future of mental health in general. Dr. Doshi is double board certified in Adult Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, with Kaiser Permanente of Orange County. He joined us about 6 months ago to discuss this topic, and we had yet another great conversation with him!
For more information on ways you can get involved for Mental Health Month, please visit http://lafitnesscares.com/.
This podcast should not replace any exercise program or restrictions, any dietary supplements or restrictions, or any other medical recommendations from your primary care physician. Before starting any exercise program or diet, make sure it is approved by your doctor.
Timecard Markers – Mental Health Month – Podcast Ep. 23
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Dr. Neel Doshi, double board certified in Adult Psychiatry and Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, with Kaiser Permanente of Orange County, joins the show
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What is Mental Health?
Why is Mental Health Becoming So Mainstream?
How Can We Bridge the Empathy Gap?
What Are the Best Ways to Engage with Someone Struggling with a Mental Illness?
How Do Mood and Emotions Correlate with Mental Health?
How Much Does Your Environment Affect Your Mood?
Humor’s Impact on Mental Health
Natural Defense Mechanisms: How They Play a Part in Our Emotions
Social Media and Technology: How It Affects Mental Health
Mental Health Apps
Which is a Bigger Threat to Positive Mental Health: Social Media or Living a Sedentary Life?
Are There Certain Types of Exercise That Are Best for Improving Mental Health?
How Long Should You Exercise to Reap the Benefits?
Does Everyone with Mood Issues Need to Be in Therapy?
The Future of Mental Health