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Anxiety disorder in kids flares up with ‘back to school’ butterflies

Anxiety disorder in kids flares up with ‘back to school’ butterflies

February 16th, 2016

Most of us, especially the younger ones, look forward to holidays. The longer, the better. And, many of us even find it depressing to return to work, or schools and colleges as the holidays get over, particularly children. For first-timers, the mentioning of school can be overwhelming, more so because they are eager to experience […]

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Anxiety control traced to specific brain region

Anxiety control traced to specific brain region

February 3rd, 2016

Findings of a recent study at the Stanford University can help in developing more effective treatment for anxiety disorders. The research carried out by a NARSAD 2014 Young Investigator, Avishek Adhikari, Ph.D., and his team, investigated the area of the brain responsible for the signs and symptoms associated with anxiety. Their research has led to […]

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Accept your panic disorder or it may worsen

Accept your panic disorder or it may worsen

January 25th, 2016

Around 6 million adult Americans experience panic disorder in a given year, says the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) on its website. Moreover, women are twice as likely as men to have panic disorder. It’s said the signs and symptoms of panic disorder reach its peak within 10 minutes, causing a person to […]

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Dealing with panic attacks caused by menopause

Dealing with panic attacks caused by menopause

January 22nd, 2016

Going through menopause is a natural biological process that every woman experiences in her life, resulting in physical as well as mental changes. Hormonal changes that take place during menopause not only affect the body, but also the brain. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says the “constant change of hormone levels during this […]

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How to recognize if your child has OCD

How to recognize if your child has OCD

January 19th, 2016

OCD or obsessive-compulsive disorder is an anxiety disorder that involves unwanted thoughts, superstitions and worries, along with intentional and repetitive actions. OCD is a mental disorder that can only take control of individual’s life but affect family and friends as well. In addition, OCD can lead to troubling thoughts, which in extreme cases result in […]

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Anxiety and the city – urban areas associated with anxiety disorders

Anxiety and the city – urban areas associated with anxiety disorders

January 14th, 2016

If you’re born and raised in a city, or plan on living permanently in an urban area, chances are you’ll be exposing yourself to a higher risk of developing mood and anxiety disorders. So, if you were wondering if being more stressed out in New York or Los Angeles was just a myth, now you […]

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Tackling bipolar disorder in children and teens

Tackling bipolar disorder in children and teens

December 23rd, 2015

All parents feel anxious when their kids go through physical and behavioral changes as they grow up. But these symptoms can point at something more serious when a child finds it hard to carry out day-to-day activities. Normal mood swings are natural phenomena that every teen undergoes, but when there are frequent mood changes, accompanied […]

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