Month: January 2021

9 Surprising Facts About Anxiety

Anxiety: The Most Common Mental Disorder and Other Surprising Facts More than 25 million Americans have an anxiety disorder. In fact, nearly 1 in 5 adults in the United States has an anxiety disorder. Most people think anxiety’ is a feeling of nervousness, unease or restlessness. It is, but it can also become overwhelming. People…

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder

People who have generalized anxiety disorder, or GAD, worry uncontrollably about common occurrences and situations. It’s also sometimes known as chronic anxiety neurosis. Read More

Facts & Statistics About Anxiety & Depression

Did You Know? Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States age 18 and older, or 18.1% of the population every year. Anxiety disorders are highly treatable, yet only 36.9% of those suffering receive treatment. People with an anxiety disorder are three to five…

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Physical Symptoms of Anxiety: How Does It Feel?

If you have anxiety, you might frequently feel worried, nervous, or afraid about ordinary events. These feelings can be upsetting and difficult to manage. They can also make daily life a challenge. Read More

Overwhelmed by Post-Breakup Anxiety? 8 Tips to Find Your Calm

Not everyone expects to feel anxious after a breakup. Sad and grieved, absolutely. Rejected and angry, quite possibly. But after a breakup, you might feel as if one of your worst fears has already come to pass. The relationship is over, so what else do you have to worry about? Read More

Anxiety: Does Everyone Have It at Some Point?

We all deal with the occasional bout of anxiety. This uncomfortable reaction to stress is normal but often temporary. For many people, the feelings of worry, nervousness, or uneasiness typically pass once the stress or threat is gone. But for millions of others, the persistent racing thoughts, fear, and constant worry overrun both mind and…

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Separation anxiety

Phase separation is a popular idea to explain how cells organize their contents, but researchers have recently raised doubts about how often it occurs in cells and how important it is for them. Read Here

Is Nail Picking Associated with Anxiety?

Occasionally picking at an uneven fingernail or a hangnail isn’t usually a cause for concern, but constantly picking at your nails could indicate underlying stress or an anxiety disorder. Onychotillomania is the medical term for a nail picking disorder, while nail biting disorder is known among the medical community as onychophagia. Some people might pick…

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