Anxiety and Exercise
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1w ago
Fiona Gee, Content Team Contributor The positive link between exercise and improved mental health has long been established and for some, doing regular exercise is now a critical part of their mental self-care. The release of endorphins is scientifically proven, after all.  However, particularly if you have never done any exercise and don’t know where to […] The post Anxiety and Exercise appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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How Suffering with Anxiety Can Lead to Mental Exhaustion
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by millie.painter
2w ago
What causes mental exhaustion? Mental exhaustion can occur when your brain is overworked without getting the vital rest it needs to recuperate. This can be through too much concentration, stimulation or overthinking for an excessive period.  Symptoms of mental exhaustion can include Finding it difficult to concentrate Lack of enthusiasm for the things you used to enjoy Feeling […] The post How Suffering with Anxiety Can Lead to Mental Exhaustion appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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“And How Does That Make You Feel?”
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by millie.painter
1M ago
My Personal and Professional Journey Through Anxiety Therapy” By Joshua Fletcher Hi, I’m Joshua Fletcher, also known as @anxietyjosh on social media. I want to share with you my journey, which inspired my latest book, “And How Does That Make You Feel? Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Therapy.” My story began in 2012 […] The post “And How Does That Make You Feel?” appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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January’s ‘Blue Monday’: Ultimately, a Day Just Like Any Other
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by millie.painter
1M ago
By Daniel Seow, Content Team Editor Blue Monday. The day said to be the most depressing day of the year, partway through the freezing cold month of January, gloomy grey weather, broken New Year’s resolutions – the list goes on and on. However, before associating all your January ills with this myth, take a step back, a deep breath, and think […] The post January’s ‘Blue Monday’: Ultimately, a Day Just Like Any Other appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Want to Make Progress?
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by millie.painter
1M ago
Lila Saw, Content Team Contributor Needing help is never anything to be ashamed of, needing help shows that you’re human. Everyone needs help, whether it’s with something like baking or whether it’s to make progress with anxiety, help is help. In this article you will hopefully understand why making progress is important and why it […] The post Want to Make Progress? appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Inspiring People to Make Progress with Their Anxiety in 2024
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by millie.painter
1M ago
By Hannah Parton, Content Team Contributor As we’ve stepped into the new year, this can often be a worrying time for many. You might ask yourself, what changes will happen in the next year, what does the new year hold? For people with anxiety, the prospect of starting a new year can be very worrying … Inspiring People to Make Progress with Their Anxiety in 2024 Read More » The post Inspiring People to Make Progress with Their Anxiety in 2024 appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Year 1 of the Content Team
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by millie.painter
1M ago
Our Content Team Supervisor Wayne reflects on the first year of the No Panic Content Team. The post Year 1 of the Content Team appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Anxiety in the Christmas Season
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by millie.painter
1M ago
by Chaima Kenache, Content Team Contributor Holidays have always been displayed as a time of joy and connection, whether that’s through advertisements or newsletters. It is clear that Christmas is supposed to be an enjoyed and an untroubled time for everybody who celebrates. Despite this, Christmas can often bring a unique set of tests and … Anxiety in the Christmas Season Read More » The post Anxiety in the Christmas Season appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Five Tips to Overcome Feelings of Anxiety During the Festive Season
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by millie.painter
2M ago
By Ruth Cooper-Dickson, No Panic patron In some of my past articles for No Panic, I have shared how you can navigate feelings of anxiety when attending work socials or networking events.  With the festive season upon us, filled with after work drinks, family gatherings, and Christmas parties, these feelings may be at an all-time high. So, what better time … Five Tips to Overcome Feelings of Anxiety During the Festive Season Read More » The post Five Tips to Overcome Feelings of Anxiety During the Festive Season appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Six Tips to Help Handle Stress and Find Balance
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by millie.painter
2M ago
Rachel Coffey, Rachel Coffey Coaching In the fast-paced and demanding world we live in, stress is something that has become part of most people’s lives. Juggling work, relationships and personal responsibilities can sometimes feel like trying to balance on a tightrope. However, learning how to effectively handle stress is crucial for our mental and physical … Six Tips to Help Handle Stress and Find Balance Read More » The post Six Tips to Help Handle Stress and Find Balance appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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