anxiety

Most Americans Keep Their True Feelings Bottled Up Even To Close Friends And Family

When you’re sad or stressed, do you have someone you can reach out to in confidence for help? Even though most people do, a new survey suggests millions of Americans simply keep their feelings bottled up. A quarter of the 2,000 adults questioned in this survey said they didn’t have someone to...
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Website Helps Cats With Separation Anxiety

When you think about pet separation anxiety, the talk usually revolves around dogs but cats can also suffer anxiety and depression when you leave your home for some time. Along with howling and destroying whatever they get their paws on, it is mentally hard on them which can develop into additional...
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This Is How To Host A Relaxing Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is a time to gather with friends and family around the dinner table and enjoy traditional favorites. A rosy picture expect for the person (or people) involved in creating it! There's a lot of pressure to get the food prepared and ready at the right time. Not to mention that food better...
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What Are "Sunday Scaries" And How To Stop Them From Ruining Your Weekend

It's no surprise that in a recent survey, 80% of workplace professionals experience stress and anxiety that builds up on Sunday nights before the return of the work week, also known as the “Sunday Scaries.” Sundays can be especially stressful for a number of reasons: 60% of professionals blame...
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Make Moving Less Stressful With These Tips From The Pros

The average American will move 11 times in their life, six of those times by the age of 30. But after death and divorce, moving ranks as the third most stressful life event we encounter. So why do we do it over and over again? Well, its life and sometimes moving is just par for the course. So here...
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Make Mid-Week Social Plans For Better Sleep

In our hectic schedules it seems crazy to plan a few drinks with co-workers on a Wednesday evening instead of Friday or to take an art class on a Thursday night instead of a Saturday morning. According to a new study, making mid-week plans outside of work, can help you relax and get better sleep...
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Fitness Trackers May Be The Reason You Can't Sleep

Many depend on their fitness tracker to keep them motivated for better health but there is growing concern these pieces of technology are responsible for restless nights. Dubbed 'orthosomnia', the anxiety of knowing how much sleep you are getting is real and being hyper-alert is horrible for your...
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Man Accidentally Holds Neighbor's Cat Hostage

You usually take your pet to the vet if there is changes in their behavior. it can be a sign of sickness or disease, which is why Clarke Gayford‏ took his black cat to the vet last week. After coming inside from a normal prowl around the neighborhood, Clarke noticed his cat acting very strange. It...
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Expressive Writing Is Key To Reducing Anxiety Stress

We're mostly guilty of worrying about various things at one time or another. But all that worrying is adding stress to an already maxed out mind! Besides exercise and venting to relieve stress, expressive writing appears to be just as effective of relaxing your mind. A new study says that simply...
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A Nightcap Does Hold Some Health Benefits

Trying to fall asleep when you are wound up is nearly impossible, so it's no surprise that some turn to a night cap. Although too much alcohol can be bad for your health, a recent Swedish study found woman who drank beer monthly or weekly had a 30% decreased risk of heart attack versus non-beer-...
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