Anxiety

Young Adults Report Rising Levels Of Anxiety And Depression In Pandemic

A new C.D.C. survey indicates that young people, as well as Blacks and Latinos of all ages, are showing signs of deteriorating mental health and some are resorting to substance abuse.
Related topics: Depression, Polls

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4 Breathing Techniques To Get You Through High-stress Moments

Anxiety is triggered environmentally and emotionally, but a physiological response quickly follows.Calming breathing techniques help to tamp down the physiological response of anxiety.The following four exercises are known to help calm anxiety and...
Related topics: Stress

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Covid Isolation, Anxiety 'really Reinforce' Eating Disorders

Stockpiling of food at home because of lockdowns can be a temptation to overeating for the average individual. But some people with eating disorders may avoid keeping the necessary food stocks on hand. Georgia Health News

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Yoga Shown To Improve Anxiety, Study Shows

A new study finds yoga improves symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder, suggesting the popular practice may be helpful in treating anxiety in some people.
Related topics: Medical Research

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How Anxiety -- And Hope -- Can Drive New Product Adoption

When considering new products, anxiety creates approach response (i.e., interest, purchase) rather than avoidance response (i.e., disinterest, failure to purchase) when consumers hope for the goal-congruent outcomes.

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How Can You Actively Boost Your Low Libido?

Low libido, or sudden changes in your sex drive, can be overwhelming and cause embarrassment or shame, but this is a common problem that could have many different solutions.According to research, managing your anxiety/stress levels, maintaining a...
Related topics: Medical Research, Stress

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4 Tips To Help Kids To Cope With Covid-19 Anxiety

The news coverage on COVID-19 is pervasive, persistent, and in my view as a professor of psychiatry, perilous. Sometimes it seems as though the pandemic is all we talk about. As difficult as this experience is, it’s easier for educated adults than...

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7 Questions You Should Ask Someone If You're Worried About Their Mental Health

If your friend seems to be struggling with anxiety or depression, asking these questions can help them open up about emotional support they may need.
Related topics: Depression

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Concussion Linked To Risk For Dementia, Parkinson's, Adhd

The increased strength of association between concussion and risk for ADHD and anxiety disorders may result from gender-based differences in reporting, experts say. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Dementia, Parkinson's, ADHD

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What She Dies Tomorrow Can Teach Us About Our Unshakable Obsession With Mortality

By now, most of us are well acquainted with anxiety. Maybe your thing is checking daily COVID-19 cases in your area, or hoarding toilet paper, or taking your temperature every time you get an itch in your throat, or doomscrolling. Maybe you often...

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Five-minute Coronavirus Stress Resets

How to get unstuck from your anxiety.
Related topics: Stress

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Canada Just Gave Some People Permission To Use Magic Mushrooms

For the first time in decades, Canada has granted special permission that allows some people to consume psilocybin, the active ingredient found in magic mushrooms. This psychedelic has been increasingly studied for its potential to help resolve...

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Apple Sponsors A Three-year Ucla Study On Depression And Anxiety

With help from Apple, UCLA is launching a new three-year study to understand how factors like sleep and physical activity can impact depression and anxiety symptoms. The study will start this week with a pilot that will involve 150 participants...
Related topics: Medical Research, Depression

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Apple Teams Up With Ucla On Mental Health Study Using Apple Watch, Iphone, And Beddit Sleep Tracker

Apple and UCLA are teaming up on a new three-year study to understand how factors including sleep, physical activity, heart rate, and daily routines can play a role in depression and anxiety. As first reported by CNBC, UCLA will use data collected...
Related topics: Medical Research, Depression, Cnbc

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Humans And Flies Employ Very Similar Mechanisms For Brain Development And Function

With these new findings scientists can potentially better understand the subtle changes that can occur in genes and brain circuits that can lead to mental health disorders such as anxiety and autism spectrum disorders.
Related topics: Genetics, Autism

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College Applicants Have More To Worry About Than Ever

There was always some anxiety for young people contemplating the beginning of college, but our current health crisis has raised the level greatly.

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Depression, Anxiety In Covid-19 Indicators Of Cns Attack?

Psychological distress in the form of depressed mood or anxiety may reflect the penetration of the novel coronavirus into the central nervous system, new research suggests. Medscape Medical News
Related topics: Depression, Psychology, Medical Research

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Childhood Trauma Can Speed Biological Aging

Experiencing adversity early in life has a direct effect on a person’s mental and physical health as they grow, and certain kinds of trauma can affect the pace of aging, according to new Harvard research. In addition to being risk factors for...
Related topics: Harvard University, Medical Research

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Ex-porn Star Mia Khalifa Talks About Anxiety, Says It Can Be 'difficult' To Start Something New

Ex-porn star Mia Khalifa shared an endearing post about people who are afraid to start something new because of anxiety. The sports commentator uploaded a video on Instagram and wrote a lengthy message for all her fans who are experiencing mental...
Related topics: Health Videos, Instagram

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Pandemic Causing Increased Anxiety Among Ms Patients

FRIDAY, July 31, 2020 -- The COVID-19 pandemic is having an impact on the psychological health of patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), according to a study published online July 21 in Multiple Sclerosis and Related...
Related topics: Psychology, Multiple Sclerosis, Medical Research

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