Stories of the Mind Get Your Sleep S1 E7
Sleep deprivation affects everything, from memory to mood to decision making. In our 36-hour No Sleep Challenge, researchers track 4 participants to see just how vital sleep is to your mental health.
Comedians know a thing or two about mental health and they're not afraid to talk about it, as they prepare for the Cracking Up Comedy Competition. Part 1 of 2.
Comedians know a thing or two about mental health and they're not afraid to talk about it, as they compete in the Cracking Up Comedy Competition. Part 2 of 2.
Ups and downs are part of being human. But when they're extreme, that's bipolar disorder. Three inspiring characters show us how they manage and succeed.
When your physical health suffers, your mental state may too. Meet three people who practice good mental health depsite physical conditions.
Being part of a strong community is good for anyone's mental health.
Injured combat veterans find healing through sport, friendship and the great outdoors.
Meet Michael and his parents, an extraordinary family managing his disorder by staying positive and proactive.
Two actors overcome their troubled pasts to move strongly into the future.
Three winning films with international perspectives on mental health.
Powerful personal films from young directors, showing skill and understanding beyond their years.
A writer, a musician and a video blogger find three surprising paths to recovery, with powerful takeaways for all viewers.
PTS, survivor’s guilt and reintegrating into civilian life – these stories illustrate the challenges some vets face, and successful ways they overcome.
Three stories from young adults show a range of mental health experiences. This is a critical age, marked by major life transitions at a time when many disorders tend to manifest.
Five ways for every viewer to achieve optimum mental fitness, told through the personal experiences of fascinating, diverse characters.
Highly personal stories exploring this difficult topic, from a family recovering from a son’s suicide, to five women who choose to live.
Three characters in different times of their lives use different tactics to manage their anxiety, the most common type of mental health disorder for Americans.
Stories in three cities highlight inspiring programs: best practices for a positive impact in those communities, which could work in others.
Families are often the primary mental health care providers. In these rich stories, family members help loved ones and each other to manage their challenges.
Doctors at the forefront of brain science develop new treatments and gain insights into the connections between mind and body.
Three organizations perfecting nontraditional methods to deliver effective mental health care.
Three people with schizophrenia share their powerful stories to challenge perceptions of living with this mental illness.