“Nitric Oxide & Oxytocin Rocks The World!” Neurotransmitters are chemicals in the brain which function as messengers. They get secreted from a nerve cell and then travel to another nerve cell where it drops the…

“Worry Is A Misuse Of Your Imagination.” Anxiety can be debilitating, but it can also be beneficial in a lot of different ways. Below are 5 ways in which anxiety can be your greatest source…

“Break The Pattern To Create A New One.” 95% of our actions are unconsciously determined. Think about that. These are habits, patterns, and most of them destructive. But we don’t recognize these patterns because we were…

“Calm Is A Super Power!” Excessive worrying about everyday things can create a sense of drama about daily life, characterized by obsession about the past or predictions about future events. Worrying can exert increased stress…

“Don’t Believe Everything You Think.” Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is a mental condition of increased worrying. Sufferers usually try and cope with a sense of inevitable doom about money, children, family, or job, etc. However,…

“Every Anxious Moment Is An opportunity To Practice A New Response.” Listed below are things to remember when your anxiety goes into overdrive: Acknowledge the anxiety: You should acknowledge the current reality that you are…

“Nothing Diminishes Anxiety Faster Than Action.” Anxiety can be tough. Mentally demanding, emotionally taxing, and occasionally physically taxing, for both the sufferer and his/her partner. Anxiety may seem and feel different to the anxiety sufferer…

Health anxiety is a disorder wherein affected people elicit an obsessive preoccupation with their health and about being severely ill. A person with health anxiety often thinks and believes that he/she has a serious disease…

“You Are More Than Anxiety” Dennis Simsek With thousands of emails a month in my inbox, and many direct messages, I decided to make this Q & A for you. The one suffering, hoping, and…

GAD or Generalized anxiety disorder refers to a condition wherein patients feel anxious and tense, almost all the time, over situations that would not usually be bothersome. A few symptoms associated with GAD include; restlessness,…