Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Have A Cold Shower — It May Help Your Mental Health

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Look at how many people you know who are suffering from depression.

I bet you know quite a few. The surprising fact is that almost one in ten of us (8.1%) were going through a depressive episode in a given two-week period in the years 2013–2016.

The other startling statistic is that younger people 18–25 age group are more prone. The average age…

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Robert W. Locke

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