How to Switch from a Night Owl to a Chirpy Morning Bird (if Possible)

by Rich Presta September 17, 2013

Night owl tendencies can be biological or habitual. If they’re the latter you may have a chance at changing them. Learn more about why your body clock and how to fine-tune it to best benefit your life.

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Research Reveals Potential Link between Migraines, Panic

by Kay Marcotte September 10, 2013

As researchers continue to look into causes for conditions like panic disorder, they are finding new and surprising connections. A recent discovery is shedding light on how panic disorder and migraines may be related. Read more about it here!

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Soldier Calls for Understanding of PTSD

by Kay Marcotte September 5, 2013

Experiencing a trauma is something that has a major effect on anyone. But just how great does the effect have to be for the person to be considered “abnormal?” Read a soldier’s perspective on PTSD here.

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Effects of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder on the Family

by Kay Marcotte August 30, 2013

Having OCD is very stressful, especially for a child or teen. Parents of a child with OCD may also have a difficult time trying to decide what is best for their son or daughter. But what is it like to be a sibling of someone with OCD? Find out here!

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Psychopathy, Narcissism, Heart Woes: How Being a Night Owl Can Hurt You

by Rich Presta August 27, 2013

Being a night owl may have advantages for hitting all-night bars or staying awake to cram for tests, but it may be a detriment for your health and personality. Find out why!

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Your Guide to Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder

by Kay Marcotte August 22, 2013

One of the worst things about having panic attacks is not understanding them. It’s important that you know what you’re dealing with when you have attacks. Read this article to learn what you need to know.

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Brain Differences in People with Panic Disorder

by Kay Marcotte August 15, 2013

People who suffer from mental health disorders often have differences in brain chemistry that may be linked to their condition. While scientists are not yet aware of what causes these disorders, they have made some significant finds. Read about them here!

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A Mini-Guide to Anxiety Disorders (and What to Do if You Have One)

by Rich Presta August 13, 2013

If anxiety continuously eats you alive, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder. Check out a brief rundown on the most common disorders, along with steps to help alleviate it.

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