research and treatment

Coping with and Preventing Panic Attacks

by Kay Marcotte

If you’ve ever had a panic attack, you know it can be a very stressful and disturbing experience. No one likes to feel like they are unable to control their own body, but panic attacks can make you feel like this. Read about dealing with panic effectively here.

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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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Health Anxiety and How to Overcome It

by Kay Marcotte

As adults get older, they tend to experience more health issues. This can lead to some fear and anxiety over their well-being. Find out how health anxiety can be dealt with 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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Therapy for Social Anxiety Can Be Highly Effective

by Kay Marcotte

Social anxiety can hold you back from doing a lot of things you may be interested in: joining clubs, making new friends, hanging out at the movies or at a bar. Researchers at Stanford are looking into effective treatments, and they’re finding that one in particular yields good results. Read about it here.

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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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What Are Your Options for Treating Anxiety?

by Kay Marcotte

Part of the trouble with anxiety disorders is that many people do not know how treatable they are. Even if you don’t completely recover from an anxiety disorder, you can still enjoy a higher quality of life. Read about it here.

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