How Shy Bladder Isolation can Make you Lonely – and Cold

Isolation may stem from suffering from shy bladder or other anxiety issues, but staying away from folks can do more than make you lonely. It can actually affect your physical temperature, making you cold. Read on to find out why.

Try a Power Pose for Paruresis

The mind and body share a very strong link. If you’re stooping over, you often feel small, insignificant and packed with fear. Stand tall in a power pose and you can actually help quash the anxiety that comes with paruresis. Try it!

5 Tips to Cut Holiday Clutter that Can Also Cut Social Anxiety

The holidays are here and your house is a cluttered mess! Check out some quick tips to help clean out the physical clutter, the act of which can work wonders on eradicating your mental clutter and anxiety.

Shy Bladder, Social Anxiety and Other Mental Health Issues Afflict One in Five

Mental health issues are not uncommon, whether they are shy bladder, social phobia, depression or any other woe. Check out the more details from the government survey that said 20 percent of adults suffer from some type of mental health issue.

Why We Let Our Holiday Greed Increase our Social Anxiety

Reducing holiday stress can reduce social anxiety, and you may be able to reduce part of that stress if you get rid of the greed element. Find out why this element kicks in so you can better control or eradicate it.

Why Having Shy Bladder Does Not Mean You Have Poor Social Skills

You may think you bombed the job interview or made a fool of yourself during a presentation. Chances are you may have done fine, even if you suffer from paruresis or other forms of social anxiety. Read why.

Self-Esteem May Help Shy Bladder, but You Won’t Get Esteem from Plastic Surgery

You have long heard beauty is more than skin deep, and it turns out so is self-esteem. A study looked at plastic surgery patients to see if procedures boosted their self-image. You might be amazed at what it discovered.

Shyness vs. Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) and What It Means for You

Paruresis may fall into the social anxiety category, but that doesn’t mean every situation that makes you uncomfortable is part of the equation. Sometimes discomfort can stem from shyness, and not a disorder at all.