Causes of insomnia

Insomnia is commonly defined as a sleep disorder or an individual’s difficulty falling asleep or maintaining sleep. Insomnia is interesting because it can be considered as being both an independent disorder on its own and a symptom of another disorder or condition. Because of these characteristics, Insomnia can be grouped into Two sub categories; primary […]

How to avoid relapse in anxiety?

avoid relapse in anxiety

It is very common that distresses us think that after cure of anxiety it can return, and this makes no finish to heal or when as we did, back feelings simply for fear that again, say that we ourselves the generated therefore, so here I share what to do to avoid relapse. On the one […]

Tips to relax the muscles before going to bed

Stressful life and hectic days are usually the main cause of muscular tensions that continue overnight and cause disturbances during sleep. So, rest is not correct and the beginning of the day we increase discomfort because tensions build and our muscles are responsible to prove it. In order to reconcile a pleasant sleep, adequate rest […]

Is There a Connection Between Anxiety and Hot Flashes?

Anxiety and Hot Flashes

Some women have observed that when they are worried or anxious, their hot flashes are more intense and frequent. This observation was also confirmed in an article in the June 2005 issue of Menopause: The Journal of the North American Menopause Society. Many lifestyle elements, such as exercise, stress, diet and anxiety are very important […]

Get Control Of Your Worrying And Anxiety Before You Lose Your Mind

Anxiety

It is often said that fear of loss is greater than the desire for gain. This applies to many things in life. According to a recent study, research indicates that chronic anxiety and worrying could lead to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. The connection being that always worrying about the small stuff can make you lose […]

Slowing Down…the Fast-acting Relief for Stress and Anxiety

Slowing Down

It is usually normal to experience stress and anxiety after a hard day’s work or even during a friendly game of billiards. Stressed out people are usually tired, irritable, and may even show some signs of over-vigilance. Their worries, which are usually irrational and exaggerated, cause them to frantically move about in a mad rush. […]

Overcoming Public Speaking Anxiety the Easy Way

Public Speaking

Overcoming public speaking anxiety is not an easy task. Your knees shake, your hands sweat, and your heart pumps even faster than you can count; but if you have the determination to succeed on stage, overcoming public speaking anxiety is a breeze. There are a lot of reasons why your fear is triggered when you […]

No More Anxiety Sweat; It’s Upsetting

Anxiety Sweat

Ever thought of anxiety sweat? Out of the blue, your boss ask you to address a group of furious personnel or worse still to represent your company in an international trade fair meeting, what happens when a situation like this brings a dilemma between risking loosing your job or trying the nonstandard whatever? You are […]