How to Beat Late-Night Anxiety for a Good Night’s Sleep

Anxiety can be worse at night because there are no distractions, resulting in a long, sleepless night. These tips can help.

How Playfulness Can Increase Life Satisfaction, Decrease Anxiety

If you think taking time to play throughout the day is a waste of time, think again. A study shows playfulness can increase life satisfaction levels. This, in turn, can decrease driving anxiety and fears.

What’s the Difference between Natural and Excessive Anxiety?

Certain levels of anxiety are a natural part of the human experience. But high levels of ongoing anxiety can be a problem. How do you know if you've crossed the line?

How Burnout and Depression are More Alike than Believed

Unlike depression, or even driving anxiety, burnout has been challenging to define and completely understand. A new study makes it easier. Read on for more.

What Exercise Can Do for Driving Anxiety

Exercise has long been touted for its multiple benefits, and one of the greatest is decreasing and preventing driving anxiety.

How Anxiety Fuels Procrastination

While it can be obvious when your driving anxiety makes you procrastinate, it is not always so easy to spot other instances where anxiety is causing delays. Read on for more.