Getting distracted quite often? ADHD can be the culprit

Getting distracted quite often? ADHD can be the culprit

Being chronically late to work or being distracted at the workplace can be signs of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). For a person suffering from ADHD, his anxiety level soars and interferes in finishing daily tasks. Read more

Easing anxiety with pets

Easing anxiety with pets

It’s no secret that people love their furry friends, but pets provide more benefits than valuable companionship. Studies have shown that presence of animals offers a wide range of physical and mental benefits, including managing anxiety. Read more

Seven misconceptions about anxiety

Seven misconceptions about anxiety

Falling sick or being immobilized by any external agents produces visible symptoms. You do not need to explain your illness to others when afflicted with these health problems. If you cough and sneeze, it means you have got cold or flu. Similarly, rashes indicate an allergic reaction, and a sprain or a broken leg also point at an obvious condition.

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Digital sunset: Social media linked to anxiety, poor sleep in teens

Digital sunset: Social media linked to anxiety, poor sleep in teens

Social media has become an integral part of the lives of younger generation in the U.S., particularly adolescents. A study conducted by Pew Research Center found 92 percent of the teens staying online daily, with 24 percent admitting they went online “almost constantly.”

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Rebuilding property and self after big fire

Rebuilding property and self after big fire

Four years of drought in California just hasn’t shrunk reservoirs, made lawns turn brown and planted a nugget of fear in every Californian’s brain. The persistent dry conditions have also caused major wildfires that have displaced around 23,000 Californians from their homes in the north of the state.

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