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The New Harbinger Publications book ‘PsychSolve’ says that “by some estimates, approximately two million adults in the United States suffer with panic disorder each year.” A panic attack will differ individually, but they are deeply unpleasant and, given that they can strike at any time under any circumstances, can be extremely debilitating. Normal signs of […]

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Hodophobia is, to put it simply, the fear of travelling. There are many ways it manifests itself, and through many symptoms. For some, this fear is localized only for specific trips and methods of transportation. Others fear any and all kinds of trips. So, for example, one individual may be afraid of even leaving their […]

The post Hodophobia: What It Is and How to Treat It appeared first on Anxiety, Panic & Health.

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Do you want to live a happy and healthy life? That may sound like a silly question because nobody is going to answer in the negative. And yet, very few people manage to live their lives to the fullest. This is because one in five US adults suffer from a mental illness.[1] This doesn’t include […]

The post 5 Easiest Ways to Improve Your Mental Health According to Research appeared first on Anxiety, Panic & Health.

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Managing a behavioral health condition is an ongoing process. For those suffering from social anxiety, depression, or any other behavioral health condition, managing and reducing symptoms can be even more difficult. It often requires overcoming challenges, both large and small, daily. One of the most important goals you can set is to develop new habits […]

The post 8 Tips for Creating New and Positive Mental Health Habits appeared first on Anxiety, Panic & Health.

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          I was waking up in the night filled with anxiety. Why am I awake again? I have always been a great sleeper. The red lights on my alarm clock would stare back at me as I continued to roll around with panic. Was something wrong with me? My workouts and training involve strict eating […]

The post Why Exercise May Disrupt Sleep and Cause Anxiety appeared first on Anxiety, Panic & Health.

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Self-care is key for people living with anxiety and panic disorders. While formal mental health treatment plays an important role in managing anxiety and panic disorders, especially for people with severe symptoms, not everyone has the ability to pursue clinical treatment. Even among people who take medication or attend therapy, self-care is beneficial. Most people […]

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We all know people who are much more neat, clean and orderly than others. These traits are entirely appropriate in many situations on the job and at home. In Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) these traits are carried to an extreme and disruptive degree. People with OCD can spend hours of each day cleaning, tidying, checking, or […]

The post OCD: What Is It? How Is It Treated? appeared first on Anxiety, Panic & Health.

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Seventy-seven percent of people experience physical symptoms of stress. From financial pressures to relationship concerns, this stress invades our life and can have a major consequence on our bright, pearly whites. Chronic anxiety can lead to bad habits that destroy, damage, and rot our teeth. From grinding to poor dental hygiene, find out how your stress […]

The post Grinding Your Gears: How Stress is Ruining Your Teeth appeared first on Anxiety, Panic & Health.

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There are many people who take part in woodworking as a hobby or as a career because they enjoy the accomplishments of the projects that they have worked on. There’s nothing like the experience of working on a project and then successfully completing it. What many people don’t know is that woodwork is very therapeutic, […]

The post Woodworking as PTSD/CPTSD Therapy appeared first on Anxiety, Panic & Health.

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Life throws many curve balls at us, and each curve ball has the chance to leave us feeling stressed. Changes in life, material or otherwise, short-term or long-term, leave a lasting mark on our personalities and actions. However, in life, with the rapid pace of modern life, it’s often quite easy to get lost in […]

The post How to Know If You’re Stressed Out or Suffering From Anxiety appeared first on Anxiety, Panic & Health.

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