Not all anxiety is bad. For example, it is perfectly natural to feel some anxiety before a job interview or, say, before participating in a Mexican stand off with Freddy Fast Hands. But feeling anxiety without cause or feeling anxious all the time demands treatment. Most people know that talk therapy (specifically cognitive behavioral therapy) and medication are common treatments for anxiety, but there are also many well-documented natural remedies and effective coping strategies for anxiety. All are thoroughly discussed in this article.
Feel like loading up grandpa's hand-me-down rifle and taking a little drive through the mall's plate glass windows? We'll help you avoid getting yourself into a standoff with the police by offering some basic steps for stress relief. On top of that, we'll go that extra mile and offer you ways to manage those everyday stresses so you can be back in control of your life.
Depression is much more than just sadness, and getting over it involves much more than just cheering up. Medically speaking, depression is an illness, and medical treatments are often necessary to make sufferers feel like themselves again. This article explains the most common therapies for major depression, covers natural remedies that may be appropriate in milder cases, and suggests self-care strategies to support your treatment plan and help you feel happier, sooner.