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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Treating Driving Anxiety without Using Therapy

by Kay Marcotte September 19, 2012

While therapy is an excellent way to treat a range of mental health problems, it isn't for everyone. Some people, for various reasons, do not want to seek counseling. If you have a non-debilitating fear of driving or a manageable fear of certain driving situations, there are basic techniques you can try on your own to end your anxiety.
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Doctor Describes How He Treats Driving Phobia

by Kay Marcotte September 16, 2012

There are some surprising obstacles to treatment that can occur on the road to recovery from driving phobia. For instance, did you know that many people who suffer from driving fear often have a strong fear of being in enclosed spaces? Knowing what scares you the most about driving can help you to overcome your phobia.
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Treating Driving Phobia with Cognitive Therapy

by Kay Marcotte September 13, 2012

Driving is an important skill to have in most parts of America. People typically have to drive for everyday tasks such as buying groceries, picking up their kids, and commuting to work. This is why it can be so difficult for people with driving phobia to function normally. Driving fear can affect anyone, but it is treatable. Read about one method which is used to help driving phobics.
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Minimizing the Effects of Anger on Your Health

by Kay Marcotte September 10, 2012

Stress can wreak havoc on your health. It can also make you more prone to fits of anger. People who are often irritable and grouchy are at a higher risk for a number of physical ailments. In addition to this, their relationships and their professional life may suffer. Learn more about dealing with anger in a healthy, safe way.
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