When perimenopause starts, many people develop anxiety or depression. However, if a person frequently, or severely experiences anxiety or panic attacks, they should speak with a medical expert. Keep reading to learn more about the link between menopause and anxiety.
Anxiety over falling asleep is referred to as sleep anxiety. You could worry that you won’t be able to fall asleep or stay asleep. Keep reading to learn more about this condition.
Although they can both become chronic in nature, stress and anxiety are both natural human emotions. According to research, situations that are unpredictable and beyond a person’s control are more likely to cause chronic stress, which is also true for anxiety disorders. Keep reading to learn about the differences and similarities between these two conditions.
Talking to friends and family about mental health problems can be an opportunity to provide information, support, and guidance. But prayer can also make a difference. Continue to read more about prayer for mental health and how to get help.
Treatments are available to improve social anxiety and depression. If you’re diagnosed with both, a mental health professional may choose a therapy that works for both conditions. Continue to read to learn more about social anxiety and depression.
While panic episodes primarily impact people with panic disorder, symptoms of anxiety have linkages to trauma and other mental health illnesses, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder. Keep reading to learn more about the distinctions between panic and anxiety episodes.
Depression is very common among people with Alzheimer’s, especially during the early and middle stages. Mental health treatment is available and can significantly impact the quality of life. Continue to read more about dementia and depression.
Mood stabilizers are drugs that are used to treat bipolar disorder, in which a person’s mood swings from being depressed to being high or “manic,” or vice versa. These medications can lessen mood swings and guard against manic and depressive episodes. Keep reading to learn more about it.
Sometimes anxiety symptoms come on suddenly. You briefly exhibit a sense of serenity and relaxation. Then, a recognizable strain creeps up into your chest. Your hands start to perspire, you feel lightheaded and faint, and you have trouble breathing. When it comes to anxiety after eating, the situation is typically more complex. Read more to find out some of the likely offenders.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and depression have a complex and deep relationship. It may be possible to improve both your mental and physical health by learning why these two conditions frequently co-occur and, perhaps more importantly, how to approach treatment when you have both. Keep reading to learn some helpful facts.