Category: Anxiety

Tips for Tackling Anxiety

Before trying anti-anxiety products, consult your doctor, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have a health condition, or are taking medications. Don’t overlook lifestyle approaches for calming nerves, such as...

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When You Can’t Let Go of Your Worries

Try Relaxation Techniques: If you experience anxiety regularly but it doesn’t substantially limit your ability to unction normally, consider such measurers  as medication, tai chi, yoga, slow and deep breathing, or prayer....

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Tips For Tackling Anxiety

Before trying anti-anxiety products, consult your doctor, especially if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, have a health condition, or are taking medications. Don’t overload lifestyle approaches for calming nerves, such as...

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Anxiety Medication Warning

The overdose death rates for benzodiazepine drugs, which include alprazolam (Xanax), diazepam (Valium), lorazepam (Ativan), and generic equivalents, have quadrupled since 1999. according to a study from Albert Einstein College...

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Tackle Anxiety Without Drugs

Almost one in 11 people older than 65 takes a benzodiazepine drug for anxiety, and one in three has used them long term. But those drugs, including  alprazolam (Xanax and generic),  diazepam (Valium and generic), and lorazepam...

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Is Work Ruining Your Health?

It’s not always easy to tell. But don’t take our word for it, check this list: I often strategize to free up more time to work. I regularly stay at work later than I intended. I work to reduce or avoid guilt or...

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Social Anxiety

Social Anxiety is better treated with therapy than with medication. Recent findings: Cognitive behavioral therapy can be used to help people work through their fear and avoidance of social situations, and its effects last longer...

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Stay Calm, Be Healthier

Here’s another reason to seek treatment or learn self-help techniques when you’re feeling anxious. A recent study, found that frequent anxiety, marked by excessive fear, worry, or dread, might affect your...

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Dig In The Dirt

According to a 2011 Dutch study published in the Journal of Health Psychology, 30 minutes of gardening reduces stress levels more effectively than 30 minutes of reading quietly in a room. The researchers say it’s the...

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Stay Healthy

Use music to alter your mind-set. We all know how the right song can send out energy soaring or help ease nervous tension. But next time try listening to a calming natural sound-like a waterfall-before blasting your favorite...

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Anxiety

Hyperventilation is rapid or deep breathing that can occur with anxiety or panic, and it can leave you breathless. “People in panic actually feel like they’re suffocating.” Hensen-Flachen says. The attacks...

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