Anxiety

Why we should unplug more: Technology, social media, and anxiety

Social media has notable benefits—it can help people find connection, engage with emerging trends and news, and maintain relationships that may be...

3 Tools for Coping with Anxiety

Anxiety can disrupt every part of your day, making it hard to socialize, eat, and sleep. For some people, it manifests as...

Treating Anxiety Disorders without Medication

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, research shows that 19.1 percent of adults in the United States experience an anxiety...

Anxiety Related to Pandemic Illnesses

The recent COVID-19 outbreak may lead to heightened stress and anxiety for some people. According to the Centers for Disease Control and...

Anxiety Disorders

According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, anxiety is the most common form of mental illness, with 18.1% of U.S....

Facts and Statistics | Anxiety Disorders

Everyone experiences anxiety at some point, like a spike of stress before giving a speech or prolonged fear when driving in unsafe...

Why should we fight mental health stigma?

Mental health issues affect approximately 25% of people globally at least once in their lives1; yet despite its prevalence, mental illness remains...

Coping with the Anxiety of Cabin Fever: How to Stay Positive throughout a Pandemic Scare

Reports of cabin fever seem to suggest that this is a folk term, but there is actually research showing that it is...