If you’re feeling overwhelmed by life, talking to at trained mental health professional can help. But what type of therapy works best for you? A Cleveland Clinic doctor discusses a variety of therapies, all of which can help you function better in your everyday life.
Coffee is the answer to sleepless nights and long staff meetings. But is it helpful or harmful? Find out how much caffeine is too much and how to cut back.
These days, many places no longer require masks. And if you’re one of the many people who’s still most comfortable covered up, you might be nervous about the judgments of others. A psychologist offers tips for easing your anxiety, responding to nosy inquiries and seeking help if you need it.
Here’s how to stay calm and productive when communication feels overwhelming.
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Many people notice heart palpitations during moments of anxiety. Learn whether this is normal, what to watch out for and tips to help manage them.
From podcasts to documentaries to nonfiction books, it seems like the true-crime genre is bigger than ever these days. But what started out as a hobby born of curiosity can easily take a toll on your mental health.
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.
Understanding where PTSD symptoms come from is the first important step toward healing.
As the country reopens, how can you deal with new-found trust issues? A Cleveland Clinic expert weighs in.
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?