Most recommended books on anxiety – Part 3

Most recommended books on anxiety – Part 3

Books are a great way to learn. Books can be written on any topic, including anxiety which is a habit to constantly worry about issues, no matter how trivial they might sound to others. Some books on anxiety contain clinical details or physiological factors leading to persistent tendencies of anxiousness, while others contain first-hand experiences of dealing with anxiety in daily lives. Read more

Research: Binaural beats for depression and anxiety

Research: Binaural beats for depression and anxiety

“Music hath charms to soothe a savage beast, to soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak.” -William Congreve Read more

Most recommended books on anxiety – Part 2

Most recommended books on anxiety – Part 2

It is difficult to define anxiety unless one has experienced it. Encountering subtle worries about surrounding issues is normal, but living with a continuous inner turmoil can be extremely debilitating. Anxiety is, at times, misunderstood as fear in response to threat. The uninterrupted unjustifiable perception of threat is anxiety. Read more

Most recommended books on anxiety- Part 1

Most recommended books on anxiety- Part 1

Worrying is normal, but to feel stressed about the most trivial of issues is a behavioral disorder that is exhibited by nearly 40 million people in the United States. Being overtly anxious about almost everything takes the fun out of life while leaving the affected in a dizzy state of mind. Read more

Study suggests having a responsive partner helps to sleep well, keeping anxiety at bay

Study suggests having a responsive partner helps to sleep well, keeping anxiety at bay

A sound sleep plays an important role in maintaining good physical and mental health. When people hit a rough patch in life, stress and tension can become so overwhelming that they can lose their sleep. Any ailment during hardships or turbulent times is primarily due to such a lack of sleep. Factors such as one’s surroundings, work pressure, emotional stability and relationships play a major role in deciding the quality of one’s sleep. In this regard, a recent study published in the Social Personality and Psychological Science has stated, “individuals with responsive partners experience lower anxiety and arousal, which in turn improves their sleep quality.” Read more