Entries tagged with “Anxiety”
Many of us live with persistent anxiety. If our doctor recommends stepping away from medicine, what are some ways to cope without medicine?
The body has its own way of processing emotions. “The rush of symptoms people experience in a panic attack is a tsunami of fear being released in the body. The question is: What’s deep below the surface that keeps building up fear that needs to be released?”
The 10 most common cognitive distortions, how they work, and why they are misleading.
If you’re easily overwhelmed, try these techniques to get centered.
While the chaotic feeling of overwhelm has been normalized—it isn’t “normal.” Here are three ways to overcome your the frenzy of your busy schedule and the constant feeling of overwhelm.
It's normal to be anxious, and it's normal to react poorly to anxiety in others! Here are some tips if you're around anxious children.
With news this intense and upsetting, we need to monitor our own consumption very carefully.
When everything feels up in the air, here’s how to keep worry from taking over.
Five novel ways to tamp down daily anxiety.
Racing thoughts may be a daily reality for you or an occasional annoyance. Racing thoughts are common for people with anxiety when they’re facing a stressor. They’re also common in…
It’s a pandemic and you’re a stress ball. Here are 5 ways to catch your breath and calm down.
“While we can’t eliminate our anxiety, we can navigate it. We can diminish its power—and live fulfilling lives anyway.”
Nature provides a welcome respite from the chaos of the modern world. Seeking out the solace found in the natural world can offer a path out of feeling hopeless.
Vanquish middle-of-the-night stress with these six tips for better sleep.
An expert in cognitive behavioral therapies targeting better sleep, Dr. Nicole Moshfegh, author of The Book of Sleep, provides six strategies to help you ward off sleeplessness during the holidays.
Calming essential oils for anxiety can soothe racing thoughts, overall stress, tight muscles, and panic attacks.
These tools will help you keep your cool through the chaos of the holidays.
There are many tools and techniques you can use to manage and eliminate anxiety and worry effectively. Here, experts share healthy ways to cope with and reduce anxiety right here, right now in this moment.
The pain of divorce can bring us to our knees. What if there’s a way not just to regain our footing but to step onto a new emotional path?
You don’t need to be an expert in mindfulness meditation to experience its amazing stress-relieving benefits. In fact, in a new study, participants who meditated for just 25 minute…