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ICYMI - "Ask an Expert" Webinar Event: The Mind-body Connection

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Every month, we host an "Ask an Expert" event on a pressing mental health and wellness topic. In April, our expert covered the mind-body connection and just how interconnected our mental, emotional and physical health really is. 

When you’re stressed, anxious or depressed, your body reacts physically. Similarly, when your body is unwell, it can impact your nervous system and emotional or mental health.

If you missed the event, watch the on-demand version below to learn more about the full spectrum of well-being and how to take a step back to understand how to take better care of your mind and body, holistically:

In May, we talk about how to respond to mental health struggles if someone opens up to you. Send us your questions to community@mindbeacon.com if you'd like to request an answer from our expert!


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