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Entries tagged with “Anxiety”

10 Instant Ways to Calm Yourself Down

If you’re easily overwhelmed, try these techniques to get centered.

5 Practices for Calming Racing Thoughts

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…

A Little Meditation Goes a Long Way

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…

Are You a Stressaholic? Here's a Five-Minute Fix

Increasingly over the past couple of years, I’ve been having outbreaks of hives and itchy skin. I finally sat down with an allergist, who gave it to me straight. I am allergic to p…

Boost Your Optimism for Less Anxiety

A new study links optimism and less anxiety with an area in the brain called the Orbitofrontal cortex.

Calming The Anxious Mind

Giving clients control leads to better results

Creating Calm from Chaos

The issue of stress is rampant in our culture. With ever-lengthening lists to get done, and increasing demands on our time and attention, stress is showing itself at every level of…

Don't Choke

Try these tricks to handle the pressure of performance.

Doug Berger: Tokyo Psychiatrist on Soothing Anxiety

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Easing Anxiety with Kava

New research indicates this South Pacific root—an ancient tonic for relaxation—can help calm frayed nerves.

Fear vs. Intuiton

Dear Eve,Sometimes I feel like I’m paralyzed with fear. I can’t tell whether I am being intuitive about things happening or just afraid of what the future might hold. Do you have a…

Feeling Stuck? Try Diving Into Your Fears

You know when you feel stuck? I mean really stuck? Maybe you’re stuck in a bad marriage, or a really crappy job. Or you’re stuck with a body that is causing you grief (for whatever…

Finding Refuge

My 5-Week, $500 Vacation from Anxiety

How (Besides Self-Hatingly) to Analyze Any Situation

After a long walk, I sat on a bench in a small city park and unwrapped a fresh pastry.I had just bitten the pastry when a man entered the park, unzipped his trousers and urinated i…

How Anticipation Can Be Beneficial

Anticipation can be beneficial for your brain, your emotions, and even your physical health for many reasons, and it’s a skill worth learning.

How I learned to make dairy-free, anxiety-easing, gut-saving smoothies

People who get to know me now find it difficult to imagine that I was not always joyfully dancing West African dance and singing rhythm and blues, but only two years ago I ended a …

How to Believe in Yourself

If you don’t believe in yourself, if you don’t trust yourself, here are ideas to nurture faith.

How to Feed the Brain in Your Belly

Fixing your digestion can make you feel a lot less anxious.

How to Relax When Seeing the Dentist

Dr. Ross Chiaramonte on overcoming dentist phobia. Sponsored Content from Reputation.CA

How to Stop a Panic Attack

3 steps to warding off rising panic

How Your Brain Hides Painful Memories

A new study has sheds light on exactly how the brain hides memories.

How Your Brain Processes Anxiety

For every outward symptom you can see from anxiety, there are even more complex processes happening inside your brain.

Meditation Is Hard When You Hate Yourself

Maybe at some point you decided to try meditation—thinking it might help you resemble those placid, robe-draped figures chanting in the documentaries. Maybe you marveled at those s…

Moving from Fear to Flow

How to identify the fears blocking your relationship—and melt them away to restore wonder

My Dancing Warrior

An excerpt from Goodbye Parkinson’s, Hello Life!

Natural Approaches for Alleviating Anxiety and Panic

 I’m familiar with debilitating anxiety—intimately so. Three years ago, I was pummeled with my first panic attack out of the clear blue sky and it was a terrifying experience.…

Norma Jean Walton Presents 5 Ways to Combat Worry

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Sahar Paz: Find Your Voice

“Don’t let my shero cape become my veil,” was the mantra war survivor Sahar Paz repeated over and over again as she learned how to speak out in a world that asked her to be silent.…

The Art of Worrying

Worry creates a sense of powerlessness that fuels sensations of fear and anxiety. The more empowered we feel ­­– the more we sense that whatever happens, we can successfully handle – the less necessary worrying becomes.

The Secret Life of Tickling

Which brain structures are at play during a tickle fight? Researchers found out.

The Surprising Connection Between Sitting and Anxiety

Understanding the link between sedentary behavior and anxiety can help us come up with strategies for lifestyle changes.

Tips for Sleeping Peacefully While Anxious

Useful tips to prevent insomnia due to anxiety.

When Mindfulness Fails You: Tools for Managing Anxiety

It’s 4am. I’m spiraling deep into what I call the “nightmare fantasy”: imagining the absolute worst possible scenario, how I would react, what would happen next, and spiraling on a…

Why We Fear the Future

People who struggle to deal with uncertainty may in fact may have an unusually large striatum.

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