Research

How Does Shy Bladder Syndrome Affect Men?

by Kay Marcotte

Shy bladder syndrome isn’t something most people are aware of, so it can be difficult for those who have it to find support and resources. Come read about a study which examined paruresis in a large group of men.

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How A Young Woman Overcame Paruresis

by Kay Marcotte

Paruresis can be a difficult illness to deal with on your own. As with many anxiety disorders, paruresis can become more manageable with help from a licensed mental health worker. Read about how professionals have successfully treat paruresis here.

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Meditation Can Have Major Effects on Anxiety, Study Reveals

by Kay Marcotte

Meditating can help you to learn how to exercise greater control over your mind and your body. For people who have anxiety disorders, which often affect you physically and mentally, meditation can provide some much-needed relief.

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Treating Anxiety with Various Forms of Exercise

by Kay Marcotte

The benefits of exercise are numerous and varied. Many researchers in psychology have studied the effects of exercise on anxiety conditions, and their findings may surprise you. Read more about the topic here.

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Researchers Pursue New Treatment for Mood and Anxiety Problems

by Kay Marcotte

Brain chemistry can have major effects on your emotional state. A chemical imbalance in the brain can contribute to feelings of depression and stress. Find out how brain research is being used to find new treatments for depression and anxiety here.

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How Money Woes Can be Bad for Your Paruresis

by Rich Presta

The average American household owes about $15,000 in credit card bills, just part of the debt that can worsen shy bladder and affect your mental health. Read on for more info and tips on how to deal with it.

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Meet Three Brave Women who Battle Anxiety

by Kay Marcotte

Anxiety is a major mental health illness that affects many people around the world. In the UK, awareness of anxiety disorders is significant. Read about several women who share their experiences with anxiety in the UK.

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Pain and Anxiety: A New Treatment

by Kay Marcotte

Chronic physical pain can be an unfortunate and frustrating symptom of clinical anxiety or depression. German researchers are working to find a solution to this ailment now. Read about it here!

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