(Exploring Your Mind) Today, we want to talk about the difference between a panic attack and an anxiety attack. The former is a colloquial term and has little clinical use, while the latter is a perfectly-identified clinical entity.
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(Staff Writer) It’s every person’s responsibility to exercise self-control over anxiety. One way to do it is through a series of emotional techniques. Continue reading to find out what they are!
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(Exploring Your Mind) Anxiolytics are medications doctors prescribe to help control anxiety. Some people also call them “alcohol in pill form”, alluding to their potentially addictive nature and how easily they can be used and abused. These days, you can find anxiolytics on nightstands everywhere. They’re overprescribed and overused.
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(Dr. Joseph Mercola) Dr. David Hanscom, an orthopedic surgeon whom I’ve previously interviewed about strategies for chronic back pain, quit his practice to focus on educating others on becoming pain-free without surgery. Most recently, after surviving COVID-19, he turned his attention to prevention and surviving it, which is an important part of this discussion.
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(Science Daily) Kids who believe comments like this — assuming blame for their mom’s sadness or depression — are more likely to face depression and anxiety themselves, a new study led by SMU has found.
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(Exploring Your Mind) Neuroscientists call the neurological structures that mediate anxiety disorders the “web of fear”. Out of all these areas, the most relevant is the brain’s amygdala: a region as small as a marble.
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(Exploring your Mind)We take escape routes before many different situations that unsettle us. Find out why, what they are, and what to do about them.
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(Neuroscience News) You’re reading this with a cup of coffee in your hand, aren’t you? Coffee is the most popular drink in the world. Americans drink more coffee than soda, juice, and tea — combined.
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(Justin Deschamps) The following article shows several studies and advances in scientific understanding that suggest prolonged and unchecked anxiety can lead to declines in overall health. What the article doesn’t make clear is how to contend with this, which I will briefly do now.
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