Men twice as likely to experience work-related mental health issues, reports survey
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How often does one see a player with physical injuries resting on the sidelines in a football game? Quite often, right? And each time, the men can relate to the concept that an individual is not feeling physically well and is therefore not playing. On the other hand, if the same person is resting on […]

Anxiety can worsen menopause, says study
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Menopause – the time in a woman’s life when her ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone – often has unpleasant physical symptoms. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, these can include sleep difficulties, hot flashes and mood swings. Various studies have linked menopause with anxiety. According to a study published in the journal […]

The gift of peace of mind – Can apps reduce holiday stress?
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Holiday shopping can be stressful for a lot of people. Does one brave the Black Friday crowds or wait until later? Even if the decision is to wait, there are still many things to think about, such as where the best deals are, what the best time to go shopping is and what to get […]

The gift of peace of mind – The benefits of letting go during the holidays
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It’s a shame to miss the joy of the holiday season by letting stress and anxiety take over, but some people do not look forward to what the celebrations may entail. Expecting stress can be a self-fulfilling prophesy, so make this the December that’s different. Finding time to relax can be difficult for workaholics who […]

The gift of peace of mind – Healing relationships for the holidays
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The holiday season is all about getting together with friends and family. Depending upon where everyone lives, it may be the only time of year when the entire family can unite. Whether it’s Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas or Kwanza, families assemble for visiting, feasting, gift giving and catching up on each other’s lives. Making traditions easier […]

Adolescent drinking may impair brain’s ability to cope with stress
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Adolescent drinking is very common. According to the 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, or NSDUH, more than a third (35.1 percent) of all 15-year-olds reported drinking alcohol at least once in their lives. Over 8 million people between the ages of 12 and 20 — or 22.7 percent of this age group […]

Can mindfulness-based stress reduction assist patients with chronic low back pain?
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Chronic pain is one of the leading causes of disability in this country. In the United States alone, nearly 40 million Americans had severe pain and about 25.3 million adults had pain every day for the past three months, according to the results of the 2012 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS). In the midst of […]

No shame in taking a mental health day
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Have a job? Congratulations. It’s a fair assumption you probably work hard at it. You might be working too hard. In measuring “work-life balance”, the 2013 OECD Better Life Index put the United States in the 28th spot in a study of 36 advanced nations.Americans work very hard, and they worry about it, too. The […]

Learning to relax without Xanax
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Xanax (alprazolam) is a medication in the benzodiazepine class of drugs, prescribed for anxiety and panic attacks. It is the single most prescribed psychiatric medication in the United States and is a federally controlled substance due to the potential for abuse. It is abused often due to its quick action and calming effect. The most […]

Mass shootings and survival guilt
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Mass shootings, resulting in the death or injury of multiple victims due to firearms, are reported in the news almost every day. The Gun Violence Archive (GVA) verified a total of 317 mass shooting incidents this year alone. Earlier this month, the Los Angeles Times reported a mass shooting at the Inland Regional Center in […]

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