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People with social anxiety disorder take criticisms with a pinch of salt, finds study

People with social anxiety disorder take criticisms with a pinch of salt, finds study

April 26th, 2018

Mental health conditions like social anxiety disorder (SAD) are categorized by the persistent fear of social interaction with other people. Consequently, people suffering from SAD are constantly anxious of being negatively evaluated and judged by others. Simultaneously, they dread that they may act in a humiliating and embarrassing way. A new study, published in the journal […]

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Subtle signs of anxiety in high-functioning adults

Subtle signs of anxiety in high-functioning adults

February 22nd, 2018

Jane did not think she was suffering from anxiety. She was an extrovert, had a circle of friends and loved to party till she dropped. Anxiety, according to her, was for those who preferred to be alone and suffered from social phobia. That was until the doctors diagnosed her inability to procure a sound sleep […]

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Philadelphia Eagles’ Brandon Brooks gets back into action after recovering from anxiety

Philadelphia Eagles’ Brandon Brooks gets back into action after recovering from anxiety

January 19th, 2018

After having missed the last two games, Philadelphia Eagles offensive guard Brandon Brooks is back in the Pro Bowl after a yearlong struggle to overcome anxiety. Brooks had been diagnosed with anxiety disorder after he would wake up on the mornings of his contests and start vomiting uncontrollably. This left him weak and costing him […]

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Easy-to-follow tips to overcome fear of flying

Easy-to-follow tips to overcome fear of flying

October 12th, 2017

For people scared of flying, the news that 2016 was the second safest year in the aviation history might have brought some sense of relief. In fact, the 2016 Safety Report  issued by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has highlighted a 54 percent improvement in the overall safety performance in the aviation industry over the […]

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Stendhal syndrome: Overdosing on art can get too stressful to bear

Stendhal syndrome: Overdosing on art can get too stressful to bear

September 20th, 2017

“For beauty is nothing but the beginning of terror, which we can just barely endure, and we stand in awe of it as it coolly disdains to destroy us. Every angel is terrifying.” Rainer Maria Rilke Bohemian-Austrian poet and novelist Rainer Maria Rilke rightly acknowledges the coexistence of beauty and terror in his poem “Duino […]

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Mounting stress, anxiety and depression in Americans, finds study

Mounting stress, anxiety and depression in Americans, finds study

August 9th, 2017

Every year, millions of people from across the globe are afflicted by mental disorders with debilitating consequences on their overall health and quality of life. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), nearly one in five adults in the United States (amounting to 43.8 million) suffers from a mental illness in a given […]

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Anxiety can reduce libido

Anxiety can reduce libido

July 10th, 2017

Anxiety accompanied by inner turmoil and nervous behavior is detrimental to both physical and mental health. Characterized by constant feelings of fear, threat, nervousness and suspicion, anxiety disorder is poles apart from casual anxiety, which is a natural reflex that can occur in anyone when exposed to an unknown or a dangerous situation. Affecting nearly […]

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Poor living conditions increase anxiety in women

Poor living conditions increase anxiety in women

June 29th, 2017

Almost all mental health conditions affect both men and women equally. But a few mental disorders, such as depression and anxiety are more commonly associated with women than men. This is because a lot of women have to deal with traumatic experiences, such as physical abuse, sexual molestation, emotional torture and mental harassment, which pave […]

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People with anxiety disorders have difficultly reading emotions of others, finds study

People with anxiety disorders have difficultly reading emotions of others, finds study

June 21st, 2017

Experiencing a constant state of worry, nervousness, fear and suspicion can be overwhelming. It may affect one’s day-to-day activities due to significant impairments in cognitive skills and brain functions. Also known as anxiety disorders, a constant nervousness and anxiety can be detrimental to one’s mental well-being causing symptoms, such as panic, fear, shortness of breath, […]

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Interruptions in internal clock rhythm may cause anxiety and depression, says study

Interruptions in internal clock rhythm may cause anxiety and depression, says study

March 20th, 2017

The causes of depression and anxiety can be many – from psychological to genetic. Depression can be mild,moderate or serious. Considering the fact that people suffering from severe depression, also called major depressive disorder (MDD), are unable to lead a normal life, it is important that researchers find out about potential reasons behind the mental […]

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