Posts Tagged ‘anxiety’

Can We Help Young Brains Fight Off Anxiety?

New research suggests that training children in managing upsets may treat anxiety Anxiety is one of the most common childhood mental disorders. About 7 percent of children suffer from it at any given time, with nearly 1 in 3 adolescents experiencing it sometime during their teen years. For an anxious child, seemingly normal activities can be hard. […]

WNBA Star Liz Cambage Withdraws From Australian Olympic Team, Citing Anxiety

BRISBANE, Australia (AP) — After weeks of feeling so anxious she could hardly sleep or eat, WNBA star Liz Cambage decided the best way to ensure she maintained her mental and physical health was to pull out of Australia’s Olympic team. The two-time Olympian has been worried about life inside the so-called bubble at the […]

Managing Anxiety And Depression In School-Age Children During COVID-19 Pandemic

The contagious Covid-19 has stimulated an irremediable health crisis and has increased the burden of mental illness among students. The deadly virus has wreaked unprecedented havoc on millions of lives, pushing many of them to an untimely demise. As the country fights against the virus, the suicide has emerged as the second-leading cause of non-coronavirus […]

How I Eased My Postpartum Anxiety

April 2nd, 2021 By Kara Reynolds Guest Writer for Wake Up World When I became pregnant with my first child, I was acutely aware of postpartum depression and how it might affect me as a new mom. Having struggled with depression in the past, I knew my previous battles with mental health predisposed me to […]

Plant Medicine vs COVID Anxiety

April 2nd, 2021 By Sergey Baranov Contributing writer for Wake Up World What is the spirit of our time? If it’s hard for you to relate to the word “spirit”, let me offer up the word “character”, which is an expression of spirit in a visible world. So what does this mean and why is it important […]

Release the Animal in Your Soul: How to Lose Your Anxiety

March 17th, 2021 By Simon Cole Guest Writer for Wake Up World The problem with anxiety is that it’s part of us. That might sound too obvious to be worth saying, but look again… it’s part of us, not part of what is actually out there in the outside world.  If you are feeling anxious […]

A year of COVID anxiety has left many Israeli workers on edge

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Practices to Clear Your Energy Channels, Alleviate Stress and Anxiety, and Open Your Cosmic Flow: FREE Guided Meditation

We are the channels for Cosmic Flow. And your body is the vessel for its expression, made out of bundles of interconnected tubes of light and energy. Yet, when your body is filled with emotional debris, psychic waste, and toxins, your Cosmic Flow becomes obstructed. To find out how to keep your brain, breath and lymphatic […]

How Working Out Calmed My Anxiety

February 3rd, 2021 By Jennifer Landis Guest Writer for Wake Up World As a working mom, I have my fair share of stress. Then, 2020 arrived, and my levels went through the roof. Suddenly, I had an increased workload coupled with fears of continued employment, all while trying to learn how to homeschool my eldest. […]

27 Anxiety Busting Strategies – FREE Ebook Plus FREE Access to the Online Mental Wellness Connection Event

Experiencing some amount of anxiety is completely normal. However, 30 percent of women and 19 percent of men develop an anxiety disorder at some point in their lives. The good news is that there are many research-supported ways to reduce and manage anxiety, perhaps making anxiety more “treatable” than any other mental health challenge. If […]

The ‘economic anxiety’ lie: Trump, his insurrection and his white liberal media enablers

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How a Mindset Shift Helped With My Anxiety

January 14th, 2021 By Jennifer Landis Guest Writer for Wake Up World 2020 was not a kind year for those of us who struggle with anxiety. The uncertainty that continues to fly around has our nervous system all a mess. However, training my brain how to think about challenging situations has made a world of […]

Anti-vaccine or anti-innovation? How anxiety might keep COVID around for longer

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The Interconnectedness Between Anxiety and Inflammation

October 29th, 2020 By Dr. Joseph Mercola Contributing writer for Wake Up World Dr. David Hanscom, an orthopedic surgeon whom I’ve previously interviewed about strategies for chronic back pain, quit his practice to focus on educating others on becoming pain-free without surgery. Most recently, after surviving COVID-19, he turned his attention to prevention and surviving it, which is […]

Feeling Stressed? Try These Essential Oils for Anxiety

October 27th, 2020 By Dr. Edward F. Group Guest Writer for Wake Up World “Stop and smell the roses” is one of the most famous sayings of all time, yet did you know that there’s medicine in those words? Delightful floral aromas bring joy, peace, happy memories — and even good health. Whether rose, lavender, or ylang-ylang, […]

Healing Anxiety Caused by Toxins, Medications and Infections – FREE Online 7-Day Event

We all experience anxiety. It’s your body’s natural (and normal) response to a threat. A signal that something in your life needs attention. Anxiety can be related to your daily life experiences, but it can also be triggered by the foods you eat, environmental toxins, many types of medications and/or chronic infections like Lyme disease or […]

DMT is Effective Treatment For Anxiety & Depression [Naturally It is Illegal In the Rothschild Zionist Controlled U.S.A. Cuz It Would Cut Into Their Big Pharma Profits=17,000% Profits on Pills]

HealthPsychology by Andrea D. SteffenMay 20, 2019SHARE0 Johns Hopkins researchers recently conducted a new survey into the anti-depressant qualities of DMT – a short-acting psychedelic. They reported that it resulted in extraordinarily positive improvements in well-being. The research thus revealed that the use of the synthetic psychedelic 5-methocy-N,-N-dimethyltryptamine (5-MeO-DMT) appears to be associated with unintended improvements in self-reported […]

Anxiety, mindfulness and the natural unity of life

Image Credit: Lightspring/Shutterstock Depression and anxiety are commonplace in contemporary societies, part of everyday life; celebrities and public figures, British Royalty even, talk openly about their struggles with conditions that were hidden and dismissed just a few years ago. Most of us either suffer from one of these debilitating diseases or know someone who does; […]

Unhinged Femoid Has Anxiety Attack After Learning Filthy Jew Ginsburg Died

Femoids should not have rights. Most likely this is another jewish wench but you could probably find thousands of white women acting in the same erratic way after learning their favorite demonic jew judge died. All women care about these days is having unlimited freedums and “body autonomy” so they can be sluts and whores […]

Natural Alternatives To Xanax That Alleviate Anxiety Without Side Effects

306 Shares Anxiety affects millions of people every year, and anxiety disorders are considered to be the most prevalent of mental illnesses. Statistics show that in the United States, some 40 million adults grapple with an anxiety disorder every year — over 18 percent of the total adult population. It’s estimated that around 25 percent of children […]

Israel needs to get over its F-35 anxiety

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Rabbis, family, arguments and anxiety: All the Jewish scenes from the Democratic convention

WASHINGTON (JTA) — There were rabbis, there were arguments, there was fretting over the future, there was mishpacha, but snacks you had to bring yourself. The first virtual convention, held by Democrats online because of the coronavirus pandemic, had many of the same Jewish moments as real-life conventions of the past. They included both rabbinic […]

Hypothesis: Face Mask Induced O2 Depletion and CO2 Enrichment Elicit Fear and Anxiety (i.e. Trauma-Based Control)

By Sayer Ji Wearing a face mask may carry a steep physiological price, adversely impacting your health and well-being in these already extremely stressful times.  Concerns about the harms of mask wearing continue to increase, especially ever since numerous US states began mandating their use as a non-pharmaceutical intervention intended to contain the spread of […]

A primer on how to use essential oils to alleviate stress and anxiety

(Natural News) Stress is a part of everyone’s life that is simply unavoidable. Many things can cause stress, most notably work and school. It can manifest in all sorts of ways, such as sleep problems, digestive distress, and reproductive issues. Anxiety is a debilitating form of stress. It causes repeated and prolonged worrying […]

Scientists identify physical source of anxiety in the brain and they can control it with light

     We’re not wired to feel safe all the time, but maybe one day we could be. A recent study investigating the neurological basis of anxiety in the brain has identified ‘anxiety cells’ located in the hippocampus – which not only regulate anxious behaviour but can be controlled by a beam of light. The findings, […]

There is Legitimate Evidence That Clutter Causes Anxiety & Stress

Next Story Clutter in our home or office certainly does cause stress, according to an article in Psychology Today. Psychologist Sherrie Bourg Carter lists the following 8 reasons that stress may ensue from a cluttered environment: Clutter bombards our minds with excessive stimuli (visual, olfactory, tactile), causing our senses to work overtime on stimuli that aren’t necessary or […]

Why Limit Your Kids’ Screen Time? Anxiety, Depression, Eye Strain, Insomnia, ADD/ADHD, Delayed Maturity, Cancer Risk, Text Neck, Diabetes, Obesity, Digital Addiction, Infertility…

By B.N. Frank Jean Twenge, child psychologist and author of ‘iGen’ has been warmly welcomed by many media outlets to discuss her book on how digital technology has affected the youngest generation. Here she is May 1, 2018 on CBS. A documentary called Screenagers was also produced to assist to families in helping […]

Damiana: The Herb That Helps Reduce Anxiety, Boost Sex Drive and Address Impotence

May 4th, 2018 By Dr. Joseph Mercola Contributing writer for Wake Up World Damiana has been used to help boost sexual drive and lower stress levels, but it can offer more than just that. Studies today are now focusing on the other health benefits of damiana and how it can function as a potential stress aid for people […]

Cannabis Significantly Reduces Depression, Anxiety, and Stress

April 26th, 2018 By Marco Torres Guest writer for Wake Up World In a first-of-a-kind study, Washington State University scientists examined how peoples’ self-reported levels of stress, anxiety and depression were affected by smoking different strains and quantities of cannabis at home. Their work, published this month in the Journal of Affective Disorders, suggests smoking cannabis can significantly […]

Living in an age of desire and anxiety

By Graham Peebles Overwhelmed by anxiety and insecurity, a friend’s 20-year-old daughter recently quit her university course and withdrew to her bedroom where she took to self-harming. The company and environments in which she felt emotionally secure became harder to find, until she stopped venturing out altogether.  “Alice” is one of a growing number of […]

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