Milwaukee (CBS 58) – The Mental Health Expo on Sunday presented a variety of exhibits, demonstrations and presentations to community members focusing on topics such as nutrition, stress management, fitness and more.

The event was held at the Sheraton Four Deer Brown Deer. Dr. Joan Flanagan has presented this expo to the community for the past 10 years.

“It’s about the safety of your body, mind and spirit. I also try to bring people here to help you have a better life in your home, your environment, your environment and me. I have a psychiatrist, chiropractors, acupuncture, natural cosmetics, organic CDs, oils, organic pharmaceutical products. , Underground products, air purifiers and things to keep your whole environment healthy, ”says Flanagan.

Flanagan is a psychologist and expert in electromagnetic stress through her Equilibrex pendant business.

“Everything around us is toxic, the air we breathe, the food we eat, the electromagnetic radiation everywhere we have WiFi, cell phones, microwaves, hair dryers and all this depletes your energy and weakens your body and immune system. And it’s important to keep it balanced, ”Flanagan said.

Flanagan’s goal is to bring more education and resources to the expo to improve your safety.

“We have life coaches, we have meditation people, we have Reiki masters, we have many different ways to focus on happiness and depression. Vitamins and nutrients are very important to keep your body healthy,” Flanagan said.

At the event, vendors and businesses such as Aruna Tumala noticed how the health epidemic affected many people.

“There is a lot of uncertainty going on, especially with things that are uncertain. It increases our anxiety, our capacity and we don’t know what to do. Our anxiety and depression are everywhere, even among children and adolescents. Psychological influences affect our immune system and weaken our immune system, says Tumala.

Tumala is a comprehensive psychiatrist and board-certified psychiatrist and integrated therapist. At the exhibition, she was educating people on the services and resources of her business.

“What we are offering is a holistic approach to mental and physical development. The three main things we do are eliminate chronic inflammation, reduce toxins, and improve nutrition and work on a healthy diet and lifestyle. He said.

The event also features home improvement products, psychics, palm education, life coaches, beauty, skin and body care products, crystals, jewelry and more, creating new ways for people to heal and improve their well-being.

For the first time, attendees will be able to focus their eyes and minds on healing and well-being in a variety of ways, but others like Margo Dawson, who has come to the expo for years, say it has made a difference. A lot on the road.

“I think this is amazing. There is so much we don’t know about ourselves. The information here is very informative and you can learn something wherever you go. I have been involved in this expo for three years. Before and when I came, it was very informative. I did meditation and mental reading.” Dawson said.

During the years that Flanagan organized the expo, she noticed the difference in people.

“They have a new breath of life. They have people who have helped them focus on what is important in their lives,” Flanagan said.

If you missed the expo, it will be back on April 17th. To learn more about the expo, click here.