Anxiety

Anxiety is a multi system response to a perceived threat or danger. It reflects a combination of biochemical changes in the body, the patient's personal history and memory, and the social situation. Anxiety always combines several systems and is about what might happen and not what is happening. The multi systems involved include the physical, cognitive and emotional responses to anxiety. The best treatments will address all three as anxiety affects all three.

Anxiety Be Gone

Anxiety Be Gone!Anxiety is not the same as fear, which is felt about something realistically intimidating or dangerous and is an appropriate response to a perceived threat.

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Alcohol Anxiety Cessation

Alcohol Anxiety CessationThe American Medical Association supports a dual classification of alcoholism to include both physical and mental components.

The biological mechanisms that cause alcoholism are not well understood.

Social environment, stress, mental health, family history, age, ethnic group, and gender all influence the risk for alcoholism.

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The Secret to a Better Outlook? Get Sleep and Give Thanks

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positive-attitude-stress-happinessComing into the new year is a time to reflect and look forward. How do we avoid just being negative and having a negative outlook when things get tough? Research has found that taking the time to appreciate the things a person has in his or her life not only has the potential to boost mood and improve outlook, but also relieves burnout in work and other areas of life.

What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD?

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PTSD-trauma-stress-anxiety-Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is an anxiety disorder that some people individuals develop after experiencing a trauma event or being close to a trauma. All of us experience “fight-or-flight” syndrome naturally during times of threat or extreme stress. This “fight-or-flight” response is a healthy reaction meant to protect a person from harm.

What is Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)?

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GAD-Anxiety-DisorderAll of us worry about things, but people with GAD are always worried about anything and everything, even when there is little or no reason to worry about them. It is often just difficult to get through the day. They think things will always go badly, and at times, worrying keeps people with GAD from doing everyday tasks.

Why is Confrontation so Hard?

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confrontation-anxiety-anger-fear-relationshipWhat on your mind today? On a daily basis, we face different confrontations successfully and unsuccessfully. Most confrontations are about problem solving in personal and professional relationships For some people, confrontation is a normal part of the problem-solving process while for others it is something avoided at all costs.

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