The link between food and anxiety and depression
A scientific perspective on the treatment of mental health, and the alarming results that indicate for every 10 patients treated...
Mechanisms which connect anxiety with insomnia
Scientists discover the biological mechanisms which connect emotionally charged emotions to insomnia.
Ever felt anxious? Lisa Guy shares 7 highly effective natural remedies
Lisa Guys shares the herbs and homeopathic remedies which are proven to be highly effective for treating anxiety and other...
How to alleviate anxiety
In this 24-hour, fast-paced world, “stress” is ever-present and left unchecked it can develop into anxiety. Unfortunately, anxiety has many...
Coffee and cocoa? It's a decadent combo that works
Coffee and cocoa are a perfect match for our tastebuds and our brains, reducing anxiety and increasing attention.
Is your child dealing with peer pressure?
A child's peer group is vital for their development. However, if your child starts do things they wouldn't normally do...
How anxiety can make you dehydrate
Did you know that anxiety can make you dehydrate? Karin Cutter shares a case that demonstrates how this can happen.
How to face your fears
After half a century of avoiding confined spaces, one psychologist makes a to-do list and addresses her fears.
Negative thinking makes it so
A huge part of negative thinking is the way we speak of ourselves to others.
Sitting may cause anxiety
Too much sitting may increase your levels of anxiety.
Fermented foods reduce anxiety
Fermented foods reduce social anxiety, especially in neurotic people.
Gotu kola: all you need to know
â€œThe Fountain of Lifeâ€ is one of the legendary descriptions applied to the herb gotu kola by the Chinese centuries...
How to be fully present when your mind Is spinning
Feeling stressed? A busy lifestyle can deplete you, so make sure you prioritize your health and wellbeing.
Phone separation anxiety
Separation from your phone may be enough to cause changes to your body and mind.
The smell of anxiety
Anxiety alters the way you perceive odours.
The mood-body link
Immune cells from your bone marrow produce anxiety in your brain.
Love and fear
The same hormone involved in falling in love can also make you feel anxious and fearful.
The exercise-anxiety link
Research has shown how exercise reduces anxiety at the neuron level in your brain.
Researchers discover how meditation affects the brain to reduce anxiety.
Healing with Morita therapy
If we view our feelings from a neutral perspective and let those feelings run their natural course, we can discover...