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Successful women entrepreneurs too fall prey to anxiety
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She had worked diligently for years, crusading through countless odds and challenges to make a mark for herself in the highly competitive entrepreneurship ecosystem. Three years ago, being the first recipient of the Daily Mail’s Aphrodite Award, Sarah Pittendrigh from County Durham ideally should have been on cloud nine. It was nothing less than a […]


Herbal treatment for anxiety – a healthy alternative
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Anxiety is a normal response to stress or a dangerous situation which everyone experiences. But persistent and unreasonable fear or worry about things, people or places can be a disabling condition. When it comes to treating anxiety disorders, anti-anxiety medications along with behavioral therapies have been found to be the most effective options. While medication […]


Keke Palmer opens about her mental health issues
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American singer, songwriter and actress Keke Palmer recently spoke about her battle with anxiety and depression and why she believes that mental health issues continue to go unnoticed in the black population. She said this in an exclusive interview with TheGrio, where she also revealed that she has been suffering from mental disorders since the […]


Selena Gomez feels empowered after completing treatment for anxiety and depression
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After a stressful and busy schedule in 2017, American sensation Selena Gomez took her health in her own hands and recently completed a two-week treatment program in New York to manage her anxiety and depression. One of the sources associated with Gomez shared that she wanted to get away from all the distractions and that […]


How weightlifting helped Chloe Madeley deal with her anxiety
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Chloe Madeley, a former TV presenter and a one-time Dancing on Ice contestant, recently revealed that exercise enabled her to conquer her anxiety and insecurities along with ensuring physical transformation. Madeley (30), who is about to launch her own fitness empire, has confessed to battling with anxiety and the lack of confidence on a daily […]


National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week: Mayim Bialik opens up about her anxiety, need for therapy
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Mayim Bialik, a doctor in real life who received her Ph.D. in Neuroscience from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), has a long history of playing norm-challenging characters. From playing a young and outspoken CC Bloom in the movie Beaches to teenager Blossom Russo in Blossom and the famous nerdy Amy Farrah Fowler in TV […]


Mental illness increases the risk of stroke
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The defining line between mental health and physical health is not always so distinct. Many types of mental illness, such as eating disorders, can cause serious physical harm to the patient. But other risk factors of mental disorders are not so obvious. A study from Columbia University presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke […]


Too anxious to talk? Selective mutism could be the problem
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Anxiety disorders are the most common mental disorders in the United States, affecting 40 million American adults every year, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA). Phobia is also a kind of anxiety disorder, and one of the most common phobias is the fear of public speaking. People who are afflicted with […]


Workaholics often deal with ADHD, depression and anxiety
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We’re a nation of hard workers. Really hard workers, too: According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ American Time Use Survey, Americans worked 8.57 hours on a given workday in 2014 – an increase from 8.46 hours in 2013. Also, 34.8 percent of American workers had to work weekends and/or holidays during 2014. But are we […]


To have a home: Finding support in a community
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The sayings, “Home is where the heart is,” or “Home sweet, Home,” are displayed upon doormats, pillows and picture frames. Yet, the camaraderie and comfort of community is not felt by all, as many remain secluded behind their white picket fence. Everyone needs a community for interaction, encouragement and support. Those dealing with a mental […]


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