BMN Blog

JUN 28
Stress First Aid for Stress Management for Healthcare Workers

Over the past couple of years, many of us have been overwhelmed with chronic stressors related to work, parenting, relationships, and everything in between. Although we recently had a break in the number of rising Covid-19 infections in the United States, stress continues to show up in our day to day. In addition, numerous studies indicate job-related stress among healthcare workers exceeds other occupations. We cannot show up for our patients, as parents or in other relationships if we don’t manage stress before it manages us. 

 
JUN 21
Erectile Dysfunction: More Common Than You Think

Problems with your erections or “erectile dysfunction (ED)” affects over 50 million men in the US. It remains an embarrassing topic for those who are affected.

 
JUN 14

Necessity is the mother of invention according to Plato. No truer words could apply to the pandemic. And it has led to a litany of “inventions” or rather, innovations or adaptations. Now the question is which ones will stick? And what must be done to avoid any potential setbacks since most of these adaptations were put forth in haste? 

 
JUN 01
Addiction is Also Mental Health

May was Mental Health Awareness month. Awareness encourages us to be informed and focuses our attention to clarify experience and perceptions. I would like you to consider your perception of the following two patients:

Patient One: 28-year old male with a history of Bipolar II disorder but with poor medication compliance. He has twice failed out of college and now relies heavily on financial support from his parents. He has limited employment experience and he generally cannot keep a job more than a couple months. He has been arrested on a few occasions for minor thefts involving shoplifting and breaking into cars.

Patient Two: Has the exact same history except that he is also a frequent user of heroin, fentanyl, and alcohol.

As with a lot of practitioners, you likely view Patient One as a victim of chronic mental illness, deserving of our understanding as well as all the resources our community can muster to support him in achieving a healthier lifestyle.

 
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