Anxiety and Emotions

Do You Suffer from Post-Election Stress?

Republican or Democrat, many people are experiencing post-election anxiety in this country. It doesn’t matter who you voted for—or even if you didn’t vote—the country is undergoing change and change always causes a certain amount of apprehension. Nor does it matter what your ethnicity is—black, Latino, white—all have some who have found that the election is a source of stress,…

Get Better Sleep

Feeling cranky? Out of sorts? Sleep may be the culprit. Or rather, lack of good, quality sleep can contribute to your bad moods. In fact, it can lead to depression. And lack of sleep has been found to play a part in greater risks for heart disease, diabetes, even obesity. But getting good sleep can be difficult. Here are some…

Are You Sleeping?

Ahhh. Sweet sleep. Restorative, life-enhancing sleep. Sleep that, when it doesn’t come easily, can make us obsess over it. Sleep, that wonderful state that so often eludes us. When we don’t get enough sleep, nights become a pillow-pushing, cover-wrestling, leg-kicking nightmare. And sometimes the lack of it goes hand in hand with depression. Or maybe it’s the other way around.…

Conquer Negative Thinking

Negativity can stress you out and block the happiness you could enjoy. If you could only recalibrate your brain to reduce negative thinking that the human race comes by honestly. Negative thoughts were once valuable in helping early humans avoid danger. And negative thinking can also be a result of unhappy childhood habits brought on by being teased or bullied.…

PTSD – More Common Than You Think

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event that has deeply affected you. While PTSD-triggered events are often associated with wartime combat, they can also include car crashes or other accidents, natural disasters, sexual assaults or other violet attacks. If you suffer from PTSD, you are one of about 5 million people in the United…

Disrupt Negative Thinking Patterns

Sometimes the most troubling barriers in life are so deeply rooted in our subconscious that we don’t know they’re there. They are ways of thinking—patterns that we develop that can limit us and how we operate in the world. They can undermine our confidence, prohibit our achievements and lead to depression and anxiety. Often these negative thinking patterns are developed…

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