Celebrating Progress (No Matter How Big or Small)
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1w ago
By Amy Moore, Content Team Contributor Sometimes, for people with anxiety, activities that may seem so simple for everyone else, can feel impossible to accomplish. When I was a teenager, my anxiety became so debilitating that some days it was a struggle to leave the house. School, which had once been my favourite place in […] The post Celebrating Progress (No Matter How Big or Small) appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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The Dreaded Deadline, and How to Deal With It
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3w ago
By Paris Gill, Content Team Contributor The sun is finally out, it’s just about getting warmer, and summer is upon us. But for students like myself, May and June are the worst times of the year. The summer exam periodis an incredibly stressful time of year for those in education, and it can be very overwhelming swimming through the mounds […] The post The Dreaded Deadline, and How to Deal With It appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Movement: Moving More for our Mental Health
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1M ago
By Ruth Cooper-Dickson, Patron. There is always a focus on mental health in May, Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK, and Mental Health Awareness Month in the US. This year the theme for the UK has been set by the Mental Health Foundation as Movement: Moving More for our Mental Health.  It is a relatable topic for all, and […] The post Movement: Moving More for our Mental Health appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Moving House and How to Help Ease Your Anxiety
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by millie.painter
1M ago
Hannah Parton, Content Team Contributor Most of us know, that moving house is a big and stressful process to go through, so it’s common for anxiety to often feel difficult to deal with. Moving house will happen to pretty much all of us at least once in our lives. Whether it’s the family moving house, moving away to university or moving in with a partner, it all feels very daunting and worrying; it’s a big lifestyle change! I’ve recently moved into […] The post Movin ..read more
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Anxiety – How Do You Deal With Your Inner Boggart?
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by millie.painter
1M ago
Fiona Gee, Content Team Contributor While we can all agree that the less said the better about JK Rowling’s recent antics, the Boggart characters in the Harry Potter books have always stuck in my mind as a truly accurateand useful metaphor for anxiety which describe it in a way I have never seen elsewhere.  For the uninitiated, Boggarts are […] The post Anxiety – How Do You Deal With Your Inner Boggart? appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Social Rejection
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by millie.painter
1M ago
By Chaima Kenache, Content Team Contributor For many young people anxiety is the byproduct of wanting to ‘fit in’ socially with others. Whether consciously or unconsciously, many of us have this innate desire to please or seem appealing to others. But why is this? Socially, why do the opinions of others, even strangers, mean so […] The post Social Rejection appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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The Importance of ‘Doing it Anyway’
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by millie.painter
2M ago
By Craig Soutar, Content Team Contributor Regular readers of our articles will have seen our recent posts highlighting the new book ‘And how does that make you feel’, by Josh Fletcher (read more here), past sufferer turned psychotherapist specialising in anxiety disorders. As I sat down to compose a new article for the No Panic […] The post The Importance of ‘Doing it Anyway’ appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Helping Employees Manage Stress
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by millie.painter
2M ago
By Natasha Devon, Patron In my experience, people will broadly have one of three responses when asked about stress. There are the people who claim never to experience it (usually for reasons of associating it with ‘weakness’). There’s the other extreme – people who believe it is their default state and somehow a badge of honour. […] The post Helping Employees Manage Stress appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Why a Digital Detox can Reduce your Stress Levels
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by millie.painter
2M ago
Dr Charlotte Armitage, Founder of No Phones at Home CIC Smart devices are part and parcel of everyday life for the majority of people. There are insidious in every element of our lives from the professional to the personal. Whether it’s checking emails, paying for parking, ordering food, tracking our energy use, banking, in education or the plethora […] The post Why a Digital Detox can Reduce your Stress Levels appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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Anxiety, Emetophobia, and the Isolation that Accompanies it
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by millie.painter
2M ago
Amy Moore, Content Team Contributor Emetophobia is defined as “the extreme fear of vomiting” and it is something I have been learning to cope with since I was twelve years old. Yet, it wasn’t until I was eighteen that I found out it was something that many people struggle with.  It’s important to realise that panic […] The post Anxiety, Emetophobia, and the Isolation that Accompanies it appeared first on NoPanic ..read more
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