Anxiety Panic Features
- What to Say to Someone Who’s Experiencing Anxiety
If you’re wondering what to say to someone with anxiety, here are 3 things to tell them and 3 to avoid saying.
- How to Deal With Anxiety at Work
Having anxiety at work can interfere with your career. Learn about the signs and causes of workplace anxiety, and try some of these doctor-recommended tips.
- Munn's the Word
Olivia Munn speaks out about dealing with anxiety and panic attacks.
- Dealing With Anxiety and Phobias
Afraid of closed spaces? Getting on a plane? Take control of your fears.
- Beyond 'White Coat Syndrome'
Fear of doctors, tests, or needles can hinder preventive health care.
- Conquering Fear of Public Speaking
The ABCs of giving presentations without palpitations.
- The Truth About Phobias
Phobias may be irrational but they are real medical conditions that can be treated.
- Worried Sick? Help for Hypochondria
Hypochondria is more than an active imagination -- it is a real anxiety disorder.
- How to Conquer Your Fear of Flying
Ready to overcome a fear of flying? Some of the best treatments begin on solid ground.
- Coping With Anxiety
Tip: Change What You Can, Accept the Rest
- Is It Really Depression?
Several mood disorders can cause symptoms of depression. This article tells you how depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder may sometimes seem alike, but are treated differently.
- Under Pressure: What Is a Panic Attack?
Panic attacks are truly terrifying and can happen without warning or reason, causing sudden fear and extreme nervousness for 10 minutes or more.
- Self-Injury: One Family's Story
Parents should watch for symptoms and encourage kids to get help.
- Holiday Survival for the Ultra Shy
Just because you're shy doesn't mean you have to dodge the mistletoe this holiday season.
- Hope and Hurricanes: Emotional Survival Tips
The emotional wreckage after surviving a natural disaster is nothing to be taken lightly. Here are some signs to watch for.
- Alternatives for Mood Disorders
There are lots of alternative treatments for clinical depression and anxiety disorders, but you may need tried-and-true treatments.
- The Fear Factor: Phobias
From aviophobia, the fear of flying, to zelophobia, the fear of jealousy, the list of phobias that harrow the human mind runs long.
- Panic Attack Isn't Cowardice
How do you know if you're having a panic attack or just a normal reaction to stress?
- Just Shy or Social Anxiety Disorder
People with social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia, tend to be sensitive to criticism and rejection, have difficulty asserting themselves, and suffer from low self-esteem.
- Kids Afraid of Life
When shyness is more than just typical discomfort with new people and situations -- when it's severe enough to interfere with a child's daily life -- it's called social anxiety. It's a common problem, and there is help available.
- Your Child and Anxiety: School Stress Starts Early
Call it pressure. Call it great expectations. Whatever its name the result is the same: school stress.
- The Secret Social Phobia
It's one of the most common anxiety disorders in the country, yet the least talked about. Shy bladder syndrome -- the inability to urinate when others are around -- is debilitating, demoralizing -- and very treatable.
- Is Shyness a Mental Disorder?
For a surprising number of people, social awkwardness is more than an uncomfortable anxiety. It is a mental disorder that needs to be treated.
- Social Phobia
This disorder is defined as the intense and persistent fear of being scrutinized, judged adversely or humiliated in social situations. There is help.