Here’s how to stay calm and productive when communication feels overwhelming.
If you’re feeling like your social skills have gotten a little rusty during the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re not alone. As social distancing restrictions loosen and more people become fully vaccinated, social anxiety is increasingly common — and totally normal. Here’s how to deal.
It’s bedtime, and not a creature is stirring… except for your racing mind, that is. Why is it that even after a relatively anxiety-free day, our minds sometimes go into overdrive when our heads hit the pillow?
If you have an anxiety disorder, it might be overwhelming to wear a mask. Learn more about mask anxiety and how you can work through it.
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You might not be able to avoid a control freak. But it’s important to understand the behavior to learn how to best deal with them.
1 to 2% of Americans, mostly women, are chronic hair pullers. Recovery is possible with the help of healthcare professionals and a support network.
The fight or flight response is triggered by a release of hormones either prompting us to stay and fight or run away and flee from a stressful situation. But what happens if this response is prompted over anxiety from non-life threatening things?
Anxiety and panic attacks aren’t the same thing, but they go hand-in-hand. Find out what happens during a panic attack — and how to stop them from taking over.
All teens lose their cool from time to time. But how do you know if your kid’s outbursts cross a line from normal to something more troubling? Intermittent explosive disorder is real. Read our tantrum-taming tips to survive an angry teenager.
To someone with hypochondriasis, a headache means a brain tumor, while coughing must signal lung cancer. The person has lost sight of the difference between true symptoms and obsessing over developing an illness. A psychiatrist explains how to cope.