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6 Signs of Social Anxiety Disorder in Children

Public speaking and meeting new people can be a major source of stress and anxiety--one that prevents us from speaking out, trying new things, or nurturing important relationships. When such feelings reach a level so severe that they interfere with daily functioning,...

4 Effects of Misdiagnosing ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, better known as ADHD, is a condition that manifests itself as an inability to focus, difficulty staying organized, and poor impulse control--the results of which can have several real-world consequences like financial...

The Benefits of Essential Oils for Depression

Depression is a mental health disorder characterized by persistently depressed moods or loss of interest in previously enjoyable activities. People use essential oils as complementary treatments for many conditions, including depression. While essential oils aren’t a...

Signs & Symptoms of Adult ADHD

Do you find yourself forgetting words in the middle of your sentence, struggling to find the energy (or motivation) to complete basic chores, or finding it difficult to maintain romantic or platonic relationships? If so, your first instinct might be to blame it on...

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a non-invasive type of brain stimulation therapy that is primarily used to treat depression However, it is also effective in the management of certain mental illness symptoms. TMS is also sometimes used as repetitive...

Alternatives to Medication for Anxiety

Acutely, the heightened stress of an individual with anxiety disorder can impede their ability to participate in work, family, or other social functions or fulfill their responsibilities. Stress-related dysfunction can significantly impact their overall quality of...

Panic Attacks While Driving

No one likes traffic—that’s a given. However, for those who are more sensitive to stress, particularly those with some sort of mental illness, driving can cause our fight-or-flight response to go haywire and trigger a panic attack. Such occurrences can be debilitating...

Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), perhaps better known more crudely as “shock therapy”, is a medical treatment that’s been proven to be one of the most effective for severe depression and several other serious mental illnesses—it works for about 80% of all patients!...

How To Help Someone Having A Panic Attack

Anxiety is one of the most common mental illnesses in the United States, affecting over 40 million American adults. This misfiring fear response can range from mild—little more than an unpleasant inconvenience—to a debilitating condition that significantly affects a...

Types of Mental Health Professionals

More people are starting to take care of their mental health. We’ve seen how important it is to keep it together under constant stress and the damages poor mental health can have on our bodies. Having a healthy mind and body connection can also help patients overcome...