Anxiety manifests in the body and mind, and integrative treatments like acupuncture can be ideal. As part of our series on acupuncture, today we discuss how acupuncture addresses both the physical and emotional aspects of anxiety.
The average user spends 116 minutes on social media each day. Whether you use these platforms with intent or find yourself mindlessly scrolling, it’s easy to get caught up in the trap of comparison or have feelings of FOMO (fear of missing out) which can lead to anxiety.
It is natural to worry during pregnancy and in the postpartum period that follows, but postpartum anxiety is much more intense and persistent than typical new parent concerns. Here’s how you can tell the difference.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a well researched, highly effective treatment option for those suffering from generalized anxiety disorder or GAD. Here, Dr. Beata Lewis discusses how changes in thought and behavior can radically improve quality of life for those suffering from GAD.
While the current approach for addressing anxiety disorders is the combination of psychotherapy and medications, a number of natural options are also supported by research. One of these treatments is yoga.
Teen years can be difficult. Adolescents are subject to a great deal of social pressure and may often feel as though the world is watching them, noticing any wrong move. For some teens, these fears can become excessive and even debilitating in social situations.