Pollution’s Hidden Dangers: Mental Health Risks Revealed

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On “Psychology Behind the Headlines” guests Jessica Reyes, Patricia Wu, and guest life coach with a master’s of counseling Alisa Harp discuss the shocking link between air pollution and mental health risks like depression and schizophrenia.

Air Pollution’s Mental Toll

Research shows air pollution can increase the risk of serious mental health conditions. Elisa Harp emphasizes why this is a critical issue.

Anxiety Antidote: “So What If?”

This simple question helps you reframe negative thoughts and reduce anxiety’s impact.

Choose Positivity

Thinking about the best possible outcome can help break cycles of worry and boost motivation.

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