10 Must-Read Articles on Anxiety From 2016
If you or someone you love is living with anxiety, we have information to help. Here are 10 must-read articles on the topic posted on HealthCentral in 2016.
Paying attention to your symptoms of anxiety and learning about triggers is an important part of your treatment and provides valuable information to share with your doctor. There are a number of apps to help you keep track of your anxiety symptoms.
Are you preoccupied with thoughts about your relationship? Questions such as, “Do I really love this person?” “Is he the right person?” or “Will I feel this way forever?” can fill you with doubts and eat away at your relationship.
Anxiety often breeds negative thought cycles, which can lead to isolating behaviors. Expert Jerry Kennard explains how these thought cycles develop and what you can do to avoid them.
Here are five ways parents inadvertently increase anxiety in their children and changes you can make to help your child better manage anxious feelings.
Only about one-third of people with an anxiety disorder seek out treatment. Find out the four main reasons people avoid treatment, and what steps you can take to overcome them.
For people with social anxiety, common social rules help to guide behavior. But rules can also hold you back, because when you follow them too closely, you lose the flexibility that allows you to adapt to different situations.
Most working moms search for the elusive work/life balance that will allow them to successfully juggle responsibilities at home and work without feeling stressed and drained. Read about three suggestions for managing your priorities.
You can develop confidence at any age or stage in your life. Read about how confidence develops and what you can do to improve yours.
Research shows that not getting enough sleep can increase anxiety levels and cause other health problems. Unfortunately, many people with anxiety have a difficult time getting a good night’s sleep.
For many people with anxiety, the work environment is a major source of stress. When you can’t change your environment, it is sometimes helpful to change your perception.