Anxiety Mounts in the Wake of Recent Tragedies

by Kay Marcotte August 18, 2012

Anxiety and Grief after Recent Tragedies

People around the country were shocked and horrified by the unexpected attack during a showing of The Dark Knight Rises. The subsequent unprovoked shooting at a religious building has only increased worry and anxiety in the general population. If you're having trouble dealing with your fear and grief, come read about ways you can cope.
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Driving Anxiety: Taking a Driving Exam

by Kay Marcotte August 16, 2012

Driving Anxiety and Testing

Driving anxiety isn't always confined to regular driving situations. Some people find taking a driving test to be more anxiety-provoking than driving in general. There are techniques for drivers who feel nervous on the highway and under similar circumstances. But what is recommended for people who are really just afraid of driving assessment?
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Treating Driving Fear with Exposure Therapy

by Kay Marcotte August 14, 2012

Driving Fear and Exposure Therapy

Is driving phobia starting to make you feel like you'll never lead a normal life? If so, you may want to explore professional treatment options. Exposure therapy is a type of treatment which can teach you to face your fear of driving and eventually move past it. Learn what exposure therapy is and how it can change your life if you give it a chance.
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Massage Relieves Symptoms of Anxiety, Depression

by Kay Marcotte August 13, 2012

Massage for Anxiety, Depression

Getting a massage is a relaxing and effective way to temporarily relieve stress. A massage increases blood flow to various parts of the body and releases tension in the muscles. Some people consider a massage an indulgence or a special treat, but it can have a number of benefits on your body and on your mind.
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Sleep and Fear Extinction in Phobia Treatment

by Rich Presta August 13, 2012

Sleep, Exposure Therapy, and Phobias

Sleep is crucial to our mental and physical well-being. Inadequate sleep has been linked to health problems like weight gain, and it can worsen symptoms of anxiety. A new study on treating people with phobias shows how sleep can enhance the effects of exposure therapy. Read to find out more.
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Driving Phobia: Fear of Highways and Interstates

by Kay Marcotte August 12, 2012

Driving Phobia and Highways

If you have driving phobia or driving anxiety, you may not realize that some people on the road are just as anxious as you are. Specific driving phobias can cause extreme fear in a particular driving-related situation. One woman thought she had gotten over being in an accident until she was confronted with a sudden, intense fear.
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