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Why Mental Health is Important for IBD Patients

Updated: Apr 17

Mental Health is for everyone, even IBD Patients. Radect Health, knows this and shares this at our Intensive Health and Wellness Summits, read more for how we include Mental Health at our IBD/Crohn's Disease wellness Summits!

At every Intensive Health and Wellness Summits offered this summer we offer a full 60-minute Mental Health session offered by Clinical Social Worker, Ashley Cutler where she will discuss the importance of taking care of your mental health and how that relates to your digestive health.

Mental Health affects the way we think, feel, and act and includes disorders such as anxiety and depression. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. According to the CDC, over one in five IBD patients in the US today have a mental health disorder due to their health condition, and Radect Health has made it it's mission to help!

Not only does our Mental Health sessions cover ways to help Anxiety & Depression with CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), and which is personalized to your needs, as well as additive to other therapies for your needs, but Yoga has also been proven so show to improve your mental health as well as watching your diet and exercise which we also cover at our Summits.

You'll get a Full Yoga class by our fully certified 500hr Yoga Instructor, learn about the exercises for IBD with our Physcial Therapist, and learn about the benefits of which foods to eat for Crohn's Disease Patients with our Registered Dietitian. Getting the care you need from our Integrated Health Professionals all in a single days summits. We are here for your health!

Learn more about the Summits in Green Bay, WI - Milwaukee, WI - and Chicago, IL at or follow us online at Radect Health. We look forward to serving you and helping you live a life without symptoms!

  • Written by 500hr Yoga Instructor Desiree Schmidt

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