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Anxiety can be overwhelming. It can affect every area of your life, but there is light at the end of the tunnel. Things will begin to look up, and there are steps you can take to make your property a better place to be when you are feeling overcome with worry. Continue reading for our guide to doing this. Bedroom For many of us anxiety sufferers, our bedroom is a place of comfort. … [Read more...] about Creating Anxiety-Busting Areas Within Your Property
Anxiety is as if your brain was watching a scary movie on repeat, but without your knowledge. You experience all the emotions and sensations of fear, stress, and panic, but you’ve got no way of understanding where it comes from. More to the point, you can’t shut off the TV or change channel to find a romantic comedy instead, because it’s something that happens in your mind. It’s not only … [Read more...] about It’s Not You, It’s My Anxiety!
What happens when you suffer from hearing problems? Most of you will say that you lose the ability to hear. This is an obvious consequence. Most hearing issues do lead to hearing loss. When this happens, you struggle to hear sounds as clearly as you used to. This causes you to keep asking people to repeat themselves, turning the volume up on every device - it’s a problem that impacts your life in … [Read more...] about The Shocking Link Between Hearing Problems and Mental Health
Helping Your Nervous Child With a Doctor Visit Many kids are afraid of visiting a doctor or dentist. They get nervous before visits. They might cry, shout, refuse to go or even make themselves ill with worry. These fears are widespread, but it’s vital that you help them to accept their doctor and overcome their fear. Otherwise, they could grow up avoiding doctors, instead self-diagnosing or … [Read more...] about Helping Your Nervous Child Accept Their Doctor
Having spent your entire childhood in one place, moving to a new area can be challenging. We all become sentimental about where we made our childhood memories. It may affect not only the parents but also the children. You may be moving for good reasons to start a better life but still find it hard to do it. This is because of anxiety that comes with the change of locations. The Gallup survey in … [Read more...] about The Easiest Way to Make Relocating the Best Decision of Your Life
According to Mental Health America, one in five adults – 40 million Americans – have a mental health condition. Within that number, nearly 16 million people suffer from depression and more than 7 million are affected by PTSD. The two conditions tend to go hand-in-hand, as those who suffer from PTSD often experience depression in their lives. Nearly twice as many women suffer from … [Read more...] about How Ketamine is Being Used as a Cutting-Edge Treatment for Depression and PTSD
Teenagers have a lot to deal with: expectations of parents, school work and social lives, both real and virtual. These pressures can affect both their body and mind and cause mood swings that parents may worry about. Parents can have a difficult time navigating their growing teen’s emotions, and a natural -- and common -- question is whether these emotions are affected by hormones or, perhaps, … [Read more...] about Moody Teens – Hormones Running Wild or Is It Depression?