These 5 tips might help your dog with separation anxiety

Via Peters

Discover startups, services, products and more from our partner StackCommerce. New York Post may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you buy through our links. If your dog had their way, you two would never spend a moment apart. Unfortunately, that’s not always possible. Sometimes you come home […]

Is Anxiety Ruining Your Sleep? 5 Tips to Relieve Anxiety Before Bed

Via Peters

We’ve all been there — staring at the ceiling, reliving every misstep and embarrassing moment of our entire lives. Having trouble sleeping is particularly common among those who have anxiety disorders. Our autonomic nervous system releases the primary stress hormone cortisol to mediate our response when we’re anxious. Research suggests […]

Triggers, Symptoms, and Tips for Coping

Via Peters

Stress refers to your physical and psychological response to demands, difficulties, or challenges. Common symptoms of stress include muscle tension, rapid heartbeat, excessive sweating, irritability, and difficulty breathing.  Anxiety involves feelings of fear, worry, and/or dread in anticipation of possible danger or a negative outcome. Like stress, anxiety can cause […]

5 Nutrition tips to ease anxiety this summer

Via Peters

When people are stressed, they tend to turn to comfort foods. Comfort foods can lead to weight gain, which adds to the stress. Summer is a time for enjoyment, but it can also be a time for stress. It’s easy to become overwhelmed by the many demands on your time […]

Studies Find MS Patients Need Early Help for Pain and Anxiety

Via Peters

Screening for depression also should happen quickly to maintain quality of life, two new studies of multiple sclerosis indicate. Healthcare providers should offer multiple sclerosis (MS) patients help for pain, fatigue, depression or anxiety at the time of diagnosis rather than waiting, according to two new studies. Clinically significant levels of […]

Accepting Anxiety: Why It’s Important and How to Do It

Via Peters

Almost everybody experiences anxiety from time to time. Accepting and reframing anxiety can do us a whole lot of good. You might be familiar with how anxiety feels. Maybe a big work presentation sets off a cascade of nervous feelings. Or worries about money, your relationship, and the future. Maybe […]

Psychology and 10 Ways to Help

Via Peters

If your child is afraid of unfamiliar people, they’re not alone. This is a common experience for children. It’s natural for young children to be afraid of strangers. This reaction is an important milestone that helps children learn to trust their instincts and get a sense of their environment. Still, […]

The 12 Best Books About Anxiety of 2022

Via Peters

We polled experts on their favorite books for managing anxiety, from the classics to more unorthodox approaches. Here’s what they said. When it comes to anxiety, the more tools in your toolkit, the better. There can be enormous comfort in knowing that a single book contains decades of research and […]

Journaling Prompts for Anxiety: Prompts, Tips, and Benefits

Via Peters

Journaling is a helpful strategy to ease your worries and manage your anxiety. You can start and find your rhythm with a few tips and prompts. Journaling is a therapeutic writing technique based on putting your thoughts onto paper. This expressive writing technique can clear your head, boost self-awareness, and […]

8 Easy Ways to Reduce Back-to-Office Stress and Anxiety

Via Peters

Share on PinterestReturning to the office after a long period away can trigger unexpected stress and anxiety. Maskot/Getty Images Returning to onsite work may stir up feelings of stress and anxiety. Having coping strategies in place can help ease the transition. Experts share ways to manage. While remote work during […]