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Now ask yourself: Why do I have to wake up tomorrow feeling the same way I do today? The truth is that you don’t.
goals, connecting with others, or experiencing joy.
anxiety?” Symptoms can look very similar between the two, but there are several distinctions. Stress is a common experience that occurs when the tasks at hand are perceived to be more than we can handle. Anxiety is more intense and occurs when stress is not acknowledged or appropriately managed.
If we were able to prove that individuals suffering from PTSD are experiencing reversible neurological changes, would that help to alleviate any taboo associated with trauma, so sufferers are able to get the treatment they need? New treatment protocols for PTSD that integrate mindfulness techniques may make that a possibility in the near future.
Anna, an ad executive, was just back from her annual meeting in Hawaii. When I asked how she was feeling, she laughed and said, "Well, it feels great to have the presentation behind me, and the board loved what I came up with!" I wasn’t surprised to hear she had done well. She always did. She smiled and shrugged, "So now, it’s on to the next!"
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is associated with high levels of anxiety that can negatively affect your quality of life. Panic attacks are sudden episodes of intense fear accompanied by several physical symptoms. While many people get panic attacks, people with COPD seem to be especially prone to them. As anxiety builds, it may contribute to severe breathlessness.
How do you talk to your kids about depression? That will depend on a few different factors. First, you need to know the reason for the discussion. Are you looking to share information in general, tell them about your own struggle with depression, or talk to them about whether they have depression? This will guide what you do.