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The Connection Between Sleep and Anxiety

One of the most overlooked and yet essential components of good mental health is enough sleep. Without enough sleep, each day can seem longer and more strenuous. Stress and overwork can be exhausting not just for our bodies, but our minds a well.  Anxiety and sleep are much more closely […]

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Eating Disorder Treatment Based on Attachment Theory

According to the National Eating Disorders Association, “eating disorders are real, complex, and devastating conditions that can have serious consequences for health, productivity, and relationships.” Claiming that eating disorders are a fad, or merely a poor lifestyle choice is harmful to the millions of people who struggle with them. Eating disorders […]

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How to Personalize Anxiety Treatment with Genomics

These days there is a plethora of treatment options available for anxiety-sufferers, ranging from medication to counselling. In anxiety therapy, the therapists teach clients who are struggling with anxiety techniques and skills needed to help better manage those feelings. However, the sheer number of treatments available these days, combined with […]

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Three Simple Steps for Fighting Anxiety

It is estimated that around 40 million US adults aged 18 and older suffer from an anxiety disorder. In fact, anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health disorders not only in the US but worldwide. Recent studies estimate that approximately 1 in 3 people across the globe are […]

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Therapy with a Different Kind of Notes

Years ago, therapy was only thought of to be a space where a person and a therapist would meet and talk things through. While talk therapy still exists and can be extremely effective, our perspectives on what exactly therapy is and can be has greatly broadened over the years. These […]

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Three Tips for Making Difficult Decisions

Everyone finds themselves having to make tough decisions from time to time. Such choices are a natural part of life and often mean that we are transitioning into a new stage of ours. The biggest challenge with making difficult decisions isn’t the choice itself, it’s worrying whether or not we’re making […]

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Four Rare Phobias You Probably Haven’t Heard Of

Fear is a common and essential human emotion. Without fear we would act recklessly and end up endangering ourselves and even risking our lives. Fear allows us to be cautious, to think before acting, and to avoid certain people and situations which may compromise our health and wellbeing. However, experienced […]

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Five Techniques to Manage Anxious Thinking

Many of us experience worrisome or anxious thoughts from time to time. Worry is a natural emotion which reminds us to be cautious when making decisions and embarking on new experiences. Worry can also be a sign of consideration or concern, like when we worry over a loved one. Additionally, […]

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