Study Highlights Common Trait in People with Panic, Phobias

by Kay Marcotte April 28, 2014

Panic and Phobia Attention

If you’re familiar with anxiety disorders, you probably already know that many of them share some common traits. Research shows that people with phobias and people who have panic attacks may have more in common than you would expect. Read about it here!

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How Do Professionals Treat Social Anxiety Disorder?

by Kay Marcotte March 12, 2014

Treatment from a licensed mental health professional is recommended for most, if not all, anxiety disorders. But what exactly does treatment consist of? Learn about treatment for social phobia here.

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Social Anxiety Disorder in Children, Older Adults

by Kay Marcotte February 28, 2014

Social Anxiety in Elderly, Youth

Research in psychology has traditionally focused on college-aged individuals or middle-aged adults. But what unique effects do certain disorders have on the overlooked populations? Find out about social anxiety disorder in youth and in the elderly.

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Does Having Panic Disorder Endanger Your Life?

by Kay Marcotte January 15, 2014

Risks of Panic Disorder

Like all mental health conditions, panic disorder comes with its own set of unique challenges and complications. Sufferers of panic disorder and their loved ones have access to more information on the illness, but many are unsure about the risks that comes with having it. Read more about the topic here.

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Learning to Cope with Panic Attacks

by Kay Marcotte November 28, 2013

Getting Control of Panic

Once you start having a panic attack, it can be very difficult to calm yourself down. If you know when a panic attack is starting, you may be able to stop it before it gets out of control. Find out how to deal with panic here.

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Are Panic Disorder and Suicide Linked?

by Kay Marcotte November 20, 2013

Suicide and Panic Disorder

When panic disorder goes untreated, some people may fall into depression. This can lead to suicidal thoughts in some cases. But what is the risk of suicide for someone who has panic attacks without depression?

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Are More Soldiers Developing Anxiety and Panic?

by Kay Marcotte November 14, 2013

Increasing Anxiety in Troops

Increased awareness of PTSD is helping more people in the military to get assistance and support from their communities and loved ones. But there are still a number of other ailments that can affect the mental well-being of a person who has served. Read more here.

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How to De-Stress Your Arguments

by Rich Presta November 12, 2013

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Arguments can wreak havoc on your emotional and physical health, although you can reduce their impact by arguing stress-free. Here’s how!

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