When Anxiety Is in Your Body and Not Your Mind

That nausea, diarrhea and/or tingling sensation you’re feeling might have a lot more to do with the anxiety you’re experiencing than any kind of illness or physical health problem

Icing Out the Sads: How to Treat Depression With a Cold Shower

When you sprain your ankle, you ice it, so why not treat depression the same way? There’s evidence that this cold shock to the system might be what some people need to bounce back

When You’re ‘Addicted’ to the Rush of Feeling Stressed

Using your stress and anxiety as fuel to power through a taxing week isn’t nearly as constructive as you think, experts warn

What Do You Call the Anxiety You Get When Someone Starts Treating You Differently?

As much as you cannot control how people treat you, unconsciously we’re all trying to establish predictable patterns for how others might act. And when individuals deviate from those patterns, anxiety inevitably sets in