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Patti Murin of Broadway’s ‘Frozen’ speaks about her struggles with anxiety
04-20-18 Category: Anxiety

“So last night I called out of the show because I had a massive anxiety attack in the afternoon,” read the Instagram post of Patti Murin that she wrote on April 18, 2018, alongside her photograph in the character of Princess Anna. American actress, singer and dancer Murin currently plays Princess Anna in the Broadway […]

Basketball player Jalen Moore admits battling anxiety
04-06-18 Category: Anxiety

When opportunities knock on one’s door, a sudden misfortune can play a big role in preventing an individual from making the best use of the moment. Such is the story of former Utah State and Sky View High star Jalen Moore who dreamt of scaling newer heights in his professional basketball career. Signing the two-way […]

Postpartum anxiety among new moms a growing health problem in US

The birth of her first child filled Alicia Hemingway (name changed) with unwarranted anxiety. The 26-year-old San Diego mom’s constant state of turmoil over the health of her child had caused her family to panic and consult a psychologist. Alicia’s therapist informed her that she suffered from symptoms of postpartum anxiety (PPA), a psychological disorder […]

Toxic masculinity can cause anxiety in men, says study
03-26-18 Category: Anxiety

The term toxic masculinity refers to more of a cultural construction of being a man, rather than his innate traits. Therefore, criticism of toxic masculinity shouldn’t be viewed as denigration of the male species, instead it should be seen as highlighting the unfair social standards imposed on them. Research has shown that traits like control […]

Learning transcendental meditation helped me cope with anxiety, says Kendall Jenner

Lying in the lap of luxury with millions of dollars at one’s disposal or having a famous name with an unending fan list may often be viewed as synonymous to a “great life,” but that alone doesn’t ensure happiness. The wealthy, the glamorous, and the famous are in no way immune to mental health problems. […]

Breaking free from vicious cycle of social anxiety

“I know I’ll look stupid in the party”, “Is everyone laughing at me?”, “I hope I at least get this one right,” were some of many anxious thoughts plaguing Amanda (name changed) of San Bruno, California. The fear being evaluated negatively in different situations triggered tremendous anxiety, which forced the 15-year-old high school student to […]

Boosting brain activity could help fight worsening anxiety, finds study
11-27-17 Category: Anxiety

Increasing activity involving thinking and reasoning in brain areas could act as a buffer, shielding individuals from a deteriorating condition of anxiety, suggested a recent study by the Duke University. According to the study published in the journal Cerebral Cortex in November 2017, individuals can fight their vulnerability to anxiety and depression if they have […]

Energy drinks may cause anxiety, says study
11-24-17 Category: Anxiety

Consuming energy drinks with the hope of an instant boost could affect an individual’s physical as well as mental health, suggests a study, published recently in the journal Frontiers in Public Health. Examining the currently available scientific evidence about the damage caused by energy drinks, the researchers concluded that one of the major mental health […]

Overcoming anxiety with simple and proven techniques
11-08-17 Category: Anxiety

“When I was about seven, I was convinced the house was burning down. I could sense it. Not a hallucination, just a tightening in my chest, feeling I couldn’t breathe, like the world was going to end. There were some flare-ups like that, but my anxiety was constant.” Shortly before winning the best actress Oscar […]

Chronic-marijuana-users-are-prone-to-anxiety-disorders
10-27-17 Category: Anxiety, Anxiety Treatment

Around a quarter of individuals who engage in chronic marijuana use during early adulthood have experienced anxiety disorders in their childhood and early adolescence, says a Duke University Medical Center study conducted from 1993 to 2015 and published in the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry in October 2017. Additionally, the […]

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