Searching for a Cure for PTSD

by Kay Marcotte October 7, 2012

PTSD is a very serious condition that, until recently, did not receive much attention. You may have heard the stories of veterans returning from war and feeling pressured to hide their new feelings of anxiety and fear. For others, a sense of disconnection from their surroundings took over their life. Thankfully, there is more awareness of PTSD today, and researchers are working on finding new ways to treat and prevent it.
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How Can Therapy Help with Driving Phobia?

by Kay Marcotte October 4, 2012

People with driving phobia can be reluctant to seek help for their problem. They may feel embarrassed by their fear and think no one else understands what they're going through. Talking to a therapist can reduce the sense of isolation and helplessness driving phobics feel. Read about what therapy can do to ease driving anxiety.
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Why Some Drivers Can’t Resist Their Cell Phone

by Kay Marcotte September 29, 2012

With the growing number of auto accidents caused by cellular phone use, some people can't help but ask, “Why don't they just put the phone down?” To the older driver, the idea of using a cell phone on the road seems irresponsible and even selfish. But there may be more to the habit than meets the eye.
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Facilities Designed to Treat Anxiety and Phobias

by Kay Marcotte September 27, 2012

Treating an anxiety disorder can be difficult, but partial to full recovery is possible for most people. You may have tried a few methods and found that they just didn't work for you. Rather than giving up and accepting severe anxiety, you may want to explore treatment centers in your area.
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New Technology to Reduce Range Anxiety

by Kay Marcotte September 25, 2012

Now that more companies are manufacturing electric cars, you may have heard of the term “range anxiety.” Range anxiety is the fear that your electric car will run out of power, leaving you stranded with no way to re-charge your vehicle. Fortunately, a new car model may allay the fears of electric car owners. Read about it here!
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Anxiety and Depression Medications Put Drivers at Risk

by Kay Marcotte September 22, 2012

Medication can greatly improve the quality of life for someone who has a mental health condition. For many people, anxiety and depression are manageable with prescribed drug therapy. But taking medication to reduce anxiety while driving may actually have an adverse effect on your safety. Read about the alarming new findings here.
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