If you’re aware of the symptoms of anxiety, then you may be curious as to know what causes anxiety in the brain.
It’s given that PTSD changes us, but how exactly does it work and what can we do to improve our mental health?
Everyone who struggles with anxiety is looking for a cure. Yet, in many regards, the cure is already within us. Much of the time, we perpetuate anxiety without even realizing. And we do so through our habits.
The corona virus has become a worldwide pandemic, with a number of cities and countries completely shutting down. With the media constantly pumping out predictions, it can be difficult to get a grasp on the situation. Especially as everyone around you seems to be in a constant nervous bubble.
People with anxiety struggle on a day to day basis in ways most of the population doesn’t have to. Through this cycle, it can often be difficult to properly process emotions and understand where they’re coming from. The purpose of developing coping skills is to develop your own effort to solve both personal and interpersonal
People with an anxiety disorder will feel fear or worry to a point where it won’t stop and holds the potential to worsen over time. For some, anxiety impedes on their lives so much, they have trouble with important factors such as school, work, and/or relationships. An anxiety disorder produces what are normal human emotions;
Introduction I think it’s obvious to say that the news only conceives of the worst possible scenarios as a way to fuel our society’s ever-growing paranoia. But without our consent, news networks would cease to find the feedback they wholesomely desire. Therefore, I question why we perpetuate ourselves into the darkest of places within our