Finding Help for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

by Kay Marcotte October 14, 2014

PTSD has recently started to get the nation’s attention, which means that there are now a number of places people can go to find good information on the condition. Come read about what PTSD is and how you can find healthy ways to manage it.

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Understanding and Dealing with Your Panic Attacks

by Kay Marcotte May 21, 2014

Having panic disorder isn’t easy, but with proper resources and support, you can still enjoy a healthy lifestyle. Find out what experts have to say about panic attacks here.

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Study Highlights Common Trait in People with Panic, Phobias

by Kay Marcotte April 28, 2014

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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How to De-Stress Your Arguments

by Rich Presta November 12, 2013

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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How to Deal with Anxious People

by Rich Presta October 15, 2013

With anxiety disorders hitting more than 40 million Americans, chances are you may work with, live with or communicate with an anxious person somewhere down the line. Check out some tips that can help.

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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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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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