Did you know that we consciously think only 10% of the time? However, each thought gets stored in our brain’s subconscious hard drive, which we access in situations that trigger it. In episode 2, of Alphabet Soup: A Mental Health and Medicine Podcast hosted by Neva Hidajat, she provides ideas on how to combat overwhelming negative thoughts, so we can feed our hard drive with positivity and improve our mental health.
Alphabet Soup: A Mental Health and Medicine Podcast centers on short and sweet episodes on a range of topics, like the one above, that are interesting and important. Typical episodes may revolve around medical info, ideas for better mental health, and hopeful stories from around the world.
The show’s host, Neva Hidajat, is a teenager with a passion for drawing inspiration from current events to shape the thematic elements of each episode. Typically, in under 10 minutes, Neva ties together news about the Olympics, Pride, Mental Health Awareness, Cancer fundraisers, or even the tv show phenomenon Squid Game to medicine and psychology, making each episode relatable, informational, and easy to listen to.
Geared towards listeners of all ages and backgrounds, the podcast was recommended as a client resource by a mental health counseling center in 2021.
Alphabet Soup superfan, Ethan, says, “I know Alphabet Soup is a great way for me to enhance the vibes of my everyday life, whether I am feeling amazing or feeling down. The contents of the podcast serve as a major inspiration for me to keep a healthier mindset and to live a healthier life.”
Since its launch in May of 2021, over 30 episodes of Alphabet Soup on a variety of topics have been released.
Early in 2022, inspired by the prevalence of cancer in today’s society, Neva launched a series of episodes focused on cancer info and stories from healthcare professionals and patients around the world.
Perfect to play on short car rides, while waiting for gas, or in the classroom, Alphabet Soup is a unique show that inspires hope and awareness and is appealing to listeners of all ages who have 10 minutes to listen!
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