Anxiety Medications Linked to Health Issues in Older Adults

by Dr. John Holleran November 25, 2012

Many people who suffer from anxiety disorders rely on medications to help them live a healthy lifestyle. But older adults who struggle to keep their anxiety under control may be better off looking to other options. Find out how anti-anxiety medications may be linked to health problems in elderly people who take them.
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Fixing Your Anxiety Potholes: 5 Strategies for a More Efficient and Less Anxious Life (Part Three)

by Rich Presta November 17, 2012

Anxiety potholes are pockets of anxiety that can sideline you at any time, making your life’s path very bumpy and full of hazards. But you can fill them in with five pothole-repairing techniques to make your life much smoother. Part three of the five-part series illustrates how you can use your to-do list effectively and exile unwanted tasks.
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Emotional Fluidity: Learning to ‘Surf’ Anxiety – Part One

by Rich Presta November 17, 2012

Your driving anxiety can be made easier by learning how to "surf anxiety" and make the most of your "anxiety umbrella." Part one of a three-part series, "Emotional Fluidity."
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Getting the Right Help: The Problems and The Plan

by Rich Presta November 17, 2012

Getting yourself the right help can be confusing and overwhelming. Learn more about what your options are, the advantages and disadvantages of each, and the importance of having a plan that allows you to start closer to the finish.
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Emotional Fluidity: Learning to ‘Surf’ Anxiety – Part Three

by Rich Presta November 14, 2012

Learn how the ever changing and fluid nature of emotions and mindfulness training can be used in concert to help overcome anxiety, phobias, or panic attacks while driving. Part three of the three-part series, "Emotional Fluidity."
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Emotional Fluidity: Learning to ‘Surf’ Anxiety – Part Two

by Rich Presta November 14, 2012

Learn how "checking gauges" can help with driving anxiety, and four ways practicing a mental training exercise can help you overcome your fears, regain your confidence, and lead a happier and less stressful life. Part two of a three-part series, "Emotional Fluidity."
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