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So Similar Yet Different – Can You Tell Between Herpes And Shingles?

Many people attach negative associations to the term 'herpes'. In fact, there are small differences between shingles and herpes, which produce variations of the identical infection. The sexually transmitted disease, genital herpes, normally occurs when a person has unprotected sex with numerous partners but it can occur in anybody who has had sex even if...

Quit Smoking Support – Nicotine Replacement And Behavioral Therapies

Nicotine is a strongly reinforcing drug to all people in general and, therefore, can become highly addictive in a short period of time. Additionally, nicotine is a highly toxic substance that is potentially fatal when taking 60mg or more of the drug. However, it is difficult to overdose on nicotine, which is why the...

Exploding Myths About Learning

When I was a child, and a string of Christmas tree lights went out, it was my job to replace each bulb one-by-one to discover which one was burned out. To enrich our effectiveness in work or study, we need to first forget what is obstructing our progress. We need to ensure that we...

Symptoms of Anxiety – What Are They and How Do We Deal With Them?

It can be difficult to determine when the symptoms we may be experiencing are anxiety driven. This is because anxiety symptoms often mock major health events. In other words, it is not at all uncommon for a person who is an anxious state to feel as if he or she is having a heart...

Anxiety and Panic Overstimulate the Brain–Mindfulness Helps

Anxiety and panic can overstimulate the brain, rocket our senses into hyperactivity, and make us feel wired. When we feel keyed-up and on edge, it can feel as though nothing will help. Here we are at risk of jumping right out of our own skin, which would do nothing more than increase both anxiety...

Social Anxiety on This Morning — wE’Re AlL mAd HeRe

I just wanted to share this, just in case anyone missed it the other week there. The author of wE’Re AlL mAd HeRe discusses her own experiences with social anxiety, and her new book (a guide to coping with and beating social anxiety). I found this incredibly inspiring, and will definitely be reading her book...

When Anxious Thoughts Are a Broken Record, Change Your Tune

Anxious thoughts act like a broken record. An anxious thought will start to play in the mind, and once it does, that obsessive thought plays over and over and over again. Listening to our anxious thoughts nonstop can make them grow ever bigger and stronger, and we come to believe them. Our worries feel real when anxiety is a...

How to Stay Calm, Anxiety-Free, in a Crisis

When dealing with a crisis, it can be difficult to stay calm and anxiety-free. After all, “crisis” implies catastrophe, disaster, and sometimes even near-Armageddon. In reality, a crisis can be of any size or nature and is something that causes distress to those involved. Facing any type of crisis can create new anxiety...

Life is Good (update)

I suppose I should begin this post with an apology – sorry for being a bad blogger! I’m finding full-time work (still at my supermarket job) much less stressful, but much more physically exhausting, than university – I seem to average about 7 miles of walking (to and from work, at work, and...

What To Do When Anxiety Behaves Like a Mood Disorder

Anxiety disorders and mood disorders are two separate experiences. While both involve thoughts, feelings, and actions that are disruptive to life and disproportionate to circumstances, they have different symptoms (they do often occur together, though). Because these are different disorders, anxiety disorders and mood disorders often have different treatment approaches. What should you do,...

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