Ten years ago, there was very little research into concussions, treatment, and the long term impact that concussions can have on your life. Today there is a lot of ongoing research and healing techniques that work much better than just sitting in a dark room with no stimulation for a few weeks. Through my own experience and research, I want to share the treatments that have worked for me. This is not a prescription, and might not work the same for you. It’s best to try different things and make sure you consult with your health care professional before trying anything new.
Today I’m going to talk about anxiety and depression, and some tips on how to manage it through a healthy lifestyle and mindset changes. A touchy subject for some. I know it was for me.
I silently struggled with anxiety and depression for a long time. At the time, I didn’t really know what it was. I didn’t think it could happen to me as someone who had a pretty good life. A had great family (and still do), was privileged enough to play as many sports as I wanted, went to summer camp, went to university. I was smart, athletic and seemed happy from the outside. But on the inside I was really struggling.
I’m here for all the adventurers, badasses, rebels, skateboarders, bikers, snowboarders, hikers, MOMS and life livers who want to get MORE out of life by taking care of the very thing that gives you that freedom that you crave... your body and your brain.