MARIJUANA AND TIPS FOR MENTAL HEALTH.
Americans have faced obvious mental health struggles during the pandemic. We are here to take proactive measures that help prioritize your mental well being. With social distancing and isolation, the topic of prioritizing mental health during this time should be a top priority. More than 40 million American adults struggle with mental health yearly. For some, medical marijuana in Colorado and other forms of cannabis maybe the answer. From terpenes like limonene and cannabinoids like THC and CBD, cannabis can support mental comfort during these challenging times.
We’re committed to providing the Denver community with the necessary Medical Marijuana they need to get through this pandemic period and in providing as many resources as possible to benefit our friends in the Denver area.
Here are a few resources you or a loved one may find helpful that support mental health:
Calm is an app that provides a handful of free meditations and guided exercises that can help you unwind during these stressful times. There are in app purchases, however the more you use the Calm app, the more free content you’ll unlock. The calm app is a great way to learn meditation practices as well; it’s the perfect introduction to being mindful and calming down.
Happify utilizes scientific approaches to improving mental health to help you overcome the stress, challenges, and negative thought processes you may have. The app provides positive psychology, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioral therapy all under one roof to help you manage life’s challenges and get your mind right.
Talkspace is a paid-only app, however it provides remote counseling and therapy for those seeking professional help. While we are practicing social distancing, you can still stay in touch with a therapist and receive the treatment you need.
Headspace is another helpful meditation app. They provide a free 10-course to cover the basics, including some fun animations you can use to ground yourself. And it has some great tools if you’re short on time; including a one-minute breathing exerciser.
- Maintain a routine
- Stay active
- FaceTime/Virtual chat with loved ones and friends
- Limit your exposure to the news
- Focus on the good that you have and practice gratitude for the small things
- Pick up a new hobby
- Read a new book
- Get some direct sunlight (safely, keep social distancing in mind)
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
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