Monthly Archives: October 2014

Distressing- Effective Stress Release

Breaking Bad habits, Prioritizing and Organizing is essential for distressing in today’s society. “Stress” is very common to people of all ages and gender. However, excessive stress can adversely affect your emotional and physical health as well as productivity. Your ability to reduce stress can mean the difference between failure and success. It can be […]

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7 Tips on How to Cure Social Anxiety

Social anxiety disorder (SAD), also known as social phobia, is a recognized psychological condition affecting millions of people. Victims experience intense fear of certain social situations, particularly those situations that are unfamiliar or in which the victim feels he/she will be watched or evaluated by others. This condition is closely linked to another anxiety disorder […]

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4 Effective Ways to Treat Intrusive Thoughts

For most people, Intrusive Thoughts and its association with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a confusing and difficult experience. In order to overcome this condition, you need a better understanding of how it works and then use the 4 effective ways to treat Intrusive thoughts. Firstly Like most anxiety disorders, the underlying cause of the problem […]

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7 Methods Towards a Depersonalization Cure

Depersonalization Depersonalization disorder symptoms may cause you to lose track of reality. Where you cannot recognize if the surroundings are real or not. According to most psychological experts, being depersonalized is one of the most dreadful and confusing states of mind an individual can experience. Such confused thoughts can easily cause anxiety that may lead […]

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Difference between Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Difference between Anxiety and Panic attacks ‘Anxiety attack’ and ‘Panic attack’ are two terms that people are extremely familiar with in today’s stressful world. The difference between anxiety and  panic attacks are  two terms that have been used interchangeably to intend the same meaning, clinically they are considered two separate conditions, having distinct markers and requiring […]

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