Remedy For Anxiety



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Magic mushrooms for the terminally ill



Many things in life are double-edged. Medications come with therapeutic as well side effects. And illegal substances such as hallucinogens may actually help alleviate the suffering of some. The … [Read more...]


Chocolate against stress?



Chocolate has always been considered a major enemy of healthy living. But recent studies show that thre might be a good side to this dark temptation. In the third book of the Harry Potter series … [Read more...]


Depression, sleep problems in children – the latest updates



More and more reports are coming on regarding depression among children that it just makes you as parent well - depressed. Below I summarized the latest studies on depression and sleep problems in … [Read more...]


Depressed and single = chest pains



What do depression, chest pains, and being single have to do with each other? A study that followed up 191 patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) suggests that these three might be interrelated … [Read more...]


It’s not the weather, it’s your lifestyle



Winter time is a difficult time for many people. It's cold, dark, and gloomy. No wonder winter is associated with high incidence of depression. Currently available data indicate that depressed … [Read more...]


Alzheimer’s Mirrors and Anxiety



A disturbing phenomenon sometimes occurs in a person in mid-stage Alzheimer's. It is totally frustrating to the caregiver who doesn't understand what's happening, and it is terrifying to the person … [Read more...]


Physical Causes of Anxiety



By Joanne King If you experience Anxiety & Panic Attacks it may very well be a “secondary” condition to another physical illness. Of course, the only way to know for sure is to be as open and honest … [Read more...]


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is an Anxiety Disorder



If you have been diagnosed with obsessive compulsive disorder, you may be wondering just what it is and where it came from. Obsessive compulsive disorder, otherwise known as OCD, is defined by the … [Read more...]


Anxiety Attacks, Real And Present Displays Of Fear



By M. Jedediah Anxiety attacks, also known as panic attacks, can strike at any time, usually with no warning. An attack can even come while you are sleeping, or seemingly completely at rest. One in … [Read more...]


Disturbing Facts on Anxiety Attacks



By Jeanette Pollock The most intriguing truth about anxiety attack that once it is triggered, the entirety of the person's life may be changed…forever. Anxiety attacks cause one of the most complex … [Read more...]


What Is Social Anxiety?



By M. Jedediah Who among us has never been in a large group of people and felt timid, nervous, and even downright terrified? Feelings such as these can happen from time to time, especially if we are … [Read more...]


Getting Anxious Over Anxiety Depression?



By Barry McDonald A lot of people who are exerting too much of their brain power usually exhaust not only their physical strength when engaging in various multi-tasking activities, they also tend to … [Read more...]


Teen Eating Disorder And Anxiety Depression Causes



By Robin J. Derry Body image confusion running amuck? A seemingly "perfectionist" orientation to the smallest details? When does this apparent detail-and-goal orientation by your child "cross the … [Read more...]


Shyness And Self-Esteem



By Ron Steiner While not all shy people have low self-esteem, shyness is usually seen as a symptom of fear or lack of self-confidence. When you're shy, it usually means that you're self-conscious and … [Read more...]


Break Free From Depression Helplessness



By Chris Green I recently posted an article to my website about how certain beliefs underpin stress, depression and anxiety. One of the main beliefs I briefly introduced concerns helplessness. … [Read more...]


Three Shocking Reasons Why You Prevent Yourself From Healing From Anxiety!



By Alexandra Mannock If you suffer from anxiety, you know exactly how incredibly hard it is to make it go away. Every day you wake up and hope that you can somehow calm down, relax, and get better. … [Read more...]


Musicians and Performance Anxiety



by Kevin Sinclair Have you ever faced your time to shine, and felt overcome with an intense hesitation or worry about an upcoming performance? As the time nears for you to address your audience, do … [Read more...]


Breathing Difficulties? Anxiety & Panic Attacks



Breathing Difficulties? Anxiety & Panic Attacks By Joanne King “When I hit a bad time with my anxiety I get a very tight chest and my breathing all goes to pot. My breathing is then all I can think … [Read more...]


Beating the “What-If” Blues



Beating the "What-If" Blues By Deanne Repich Do you find that a lot of your negative thoughts begin with the words "What-if?" Does one anxious thought lead to another and another - only to become a … [Read more...]


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