Articles relating to 'anxiety'
Science Proves This Ancient Practice Can Cure the Most Common Illnesses


Feeling stressed? When left unmanaged, stress can lead to heart disease, insomnia, and premature aging. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) lists heart disease as the leading cause of death in the United States; nearly 70 million Americans currently suffer from hypertension, which is the leading risk for heart disease. Similarly, 70 million Americans suffer from … Read More

Unexpected and Hidden Stresses for Women

82556872When something poses a threat to our well-being it is considered stress. Some levels of anxiety get us going in a positive direction and are good for us, but when the stress hurts both our mental and physical health of course it is not good for us. One of the biggest problems is that stressors are not always … Read More

Which Gender Handles Getting Older the Best?

135093244There have been countless facts and figures relating to the male vs. female battle as a whole. And while it varies from country to country, there is one pretty well known truth. Women seem to win when it comes to the longevity battle, having a life expectancy that is considerably longer than their male counterparts – there is … Read More

The Strange New Depression Therapy

stk63642corThere tends to be somewhat of a scary association when it comes to any kind of therapy that involves electricity or electric volts. When you think of the area of depression or anxiety associated with electricity, the mental image you get could really be a disturbing one to boot. The image appears in many Hollywood movies, of people … Read More

Sleepwalking is Becoming More Common

154452003Sleepwalking, also known as somnambulism, is considered as the main cause of most sleep-related injuries.  Unfortunately, research efforts in the last 50 years has left several questions regarding sleepwalking unanswered, especially in terms of its actual causes.

One of the major misconceptions about sleepwalking is that it is a benign disorder, in which minor effects result from this … Read More

Parents More Likely to Feel Stress and Depression

78630776You have likely heard that married people tend to be healthier and live longer than unmarried people but now experts are saying if you are married with children the scale could tilt the other

Depression, Anxiety and Your Children

Well-known author and Harvard psychology professor, Daniel Gilbert has gone on record saying parents are less happy than non-parents. … Read More

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