Key Facts about Shy Bladder Syndrome

Shy bladder syndrome involves your mind as well as your body. Learning more about it can help you to understand what you can do to overcome it. Do you know how common the disorder is? What about how it is treated? If not, you may want to check out this article which will lead you to the answers to all your questions and more.

Are You Too Busy To Try Yoga?

Yoga has been shown over and over again to have great benefits for people struggling with anxiety and depression. Practicing yoga can make such a significant difference in your life, but how can you get started with you already feel overwhelmed with things to do?

What Money Can Do to Your Head

Money can be a double-edged sword. You need it to live, sure, but it can also do nasty things to your paruresis and overall life if you let it. Check out the power money may have over you!

Understanding Effects of Paruresis: A Personal Account

Shy bladder syndrome can be embarrassing for people to talk about, but it is important for those who have it to share their experiences and provide support. One man who formerly suffered from paruresis talks about how the condition had far-reaching effects in his life in an interesting article. Read more about it here!

Stressed? Anxious? Use This Simple Trick to Calm Yourself

Anxiety disorders can be taxing on your mind and your body. What’s the best way to keep yourself healthy and conquer your anxiety? According to an article from NPR, it may be easier than you think! Read about it here.

What Clutter Does to Your Mental and Physical Health (Eek!)

If your paruresis is really doing a doozy on you, maybe cleaning out your closet can help. Read on to find out why!

Paruresis Makes News: Woman Sues Potential Employer

A woman with shy bladder syndrome is attempting to sue a company for what she considers unfair treatment. Do you agree that paruresis is truly a “disability”? Read more here.

Learning to Control Your Anxiety May Help Your Genes

Treating paruresis is something that takes time and requires a great deal of patience. One thing you can do to help reduce your anxiety is to learn effective relaxation techniques. Read about a very positive one here.