Once upon a time, there were advertisement billboards, gaping reflections of assumed masculine stereotypes. They usually revolved around women, sports, and drinking with other male friends. To broadcast male actions as anything else were likely subject to questioning one’s sexual orientation, or ability to perform well in physical activities.
Zach Sharaga is the CEO of Dear Mama Coffee, a coffee house and up and coming lifestyle chain that has attracted a cult following of customers for its homey, neighborhood atmosphere and food quality that makes one hard pressed to think DMC is simply just, a cafe. Zach and I talk the things that have kept him going, from opening his first bar at age 20, to working on 4 Dear Mama Coffees with more to come, and of course, his thoughts on wellness & mental health.
SSRIs like fluoxetine and escitalopram (known in the US as Prozac and Lexapro, respectively) are the most common starters for drug therapy, but if symptoms persist, your doctor—with your consent—may choose to prescribe an additional medicine, such as an NDRI like bupropion (known in the US as Wellbutrin).
Recently, I came back from my trip to the motherland, Korea – a country well known for its innovative beauty products and sheet masks that we now can’t live without. While I was there, I took the liberty to shop around different K-beauty brands to discover some unique products that I found fascinating. I share with you below four kinds of really cool sheet masks I brought back from Korea.
Serotonin pulses through our brains, across gaps between our nerve-endings called synapses. In a functioning brain, some of the serotonin remaining in these synapses between pulses will be collected back up by the original nerve-ending, rather than to the target nerve-ending, making it unavailable for use.