Anxiety

Anxiety is a general term used for various disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. Find out more about anxiety and how to alleviate its symptoms here:

How to Banish Work Stress
Anyone who's ever held any kind of job, ever, knows that work can be stressful. Our writer breaks down the mental myths that are keeping us stressed and shares a series of simple action steps for staying mindful—and calm—on the job.
15 Easy Ways to Beat Anxiety: Tranquil Scene in the Mountains

It’s often the little things that cause the most anxiety (over-loaded email inbox, anyone?). Luckily it’s easy to beat this kind of stress with just a few easy changes added throughout the day.

You'd have to be a some sort of superhero to stay calm under pressure. For most of us, anxiety can be pretty debilitating. New research suggests reframing your mindset the next time you've got a case of the sweaty palms.
A growing body of research says music isn't just good for helping us get into our groove; it also benefits our physical and mental health in a slew of different ways.
Hybrid Briefcase
Some (weird-looking) gadgets are designed to help create personal space in urban environments, where breathing room can be hard to come by. The trend suggests people are getting fed up living without room to walk or think freely.
It’s National Depression Screening Day — and a good time to acknowledge all the potential reasons for 20-somethings to be depressed (no job, no partner, no money…). We’re here to help you get out of a rut and enjoy this dynamic decade.

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15 Easy Ways to Beat Anxiety: Tranquil Scene in the Mountains

It’s often the little things that cause the most anxiety (over-loaded email inbox, anyone?). Luckily it’s easy to beat this kind of stress with just a few easy changes added throughout the day.

Soothe sunburns with tea; make yogurt from coffee; curse to curb pain. The world is full of unexpected hacks, and here are Greatist’s top picks.

New research suggests mildly depressed people have a harder time distinguishing the taste of fat, meaning they might be more likely to opt for high-fat foods. It’s another example of how our feelings affect our eating habits and our health.

Don’t get stressed— instead, get gum! Chewing gum may help reduce feelings of anxiety and stress (but that’s not all it does).

Stress can cause some pretty weird feelings, and butterflies in the stomach definitely make the list. But those butterflies are a good sign that the body is functioning like it should.

There are run-of-the-mill fears and then there are the fears that keep us up at night — and keep us from living our lives. There’s a distinction between commonplace (if irksome) anxiety and a diagnosable phobia — read on for the low down.

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