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Substance Use
Stressed Woman
Mental Health 

Here's some subtle signs it may be time to for you or someone you know to address yours/their well-being

  • Not doing the things you use to enjoy doing

  • Sleeping too little or too much 

  •  Feeling "blah" and lacking energy

  • Other people are noticing changes

  •  Constantly have body aches, pains or keep getting sick

  •  Staying home more, avoiding social gatherings

  • Changes in appetite

  • Struggling to get out of bed in the morning

  • Constant feeling of stress, anxious, or worry

  • Becoming more agitated or unable to control anger outburst 


Any shifts in behavior or anything that's making you feel less yourself is a wake-up call that it may be time to take a look at your overall health. 

If you are feeling suicidal and need immediate help dial 988

"The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will instruct his patients in care of the human frame in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease"

                                                                              Thomas Edison 

It’s never been more clear that our society is not well.  Too many people are living decades of their lives in physical or mental pain and suffering. Our overly stimulated lives have become reliant on external "solutions" such as people, material objects, or illegal or prescribed substances to “fix us” and "make us happy."  This simply is not working!  People struggle to get to the true, root cause of their illness/disease.  The reality is there is no pill or person, or object that can fix us or make us happy. Most people are either stuck in a healthcare system, or a recovery program that is not getting them the results they want or need. Wellness comes from within ourselves and with guidance and support we all have the power to heal ourselves. 


It is time to get empowered to

be well, get well and stay well. 


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