Once the anxiety ball has started rolling, it can be tough to stop it before a full-blown panic attack occurs. Trust me on this one because I’ve had plenty in my lifetime. After a few attacks, I started learning the symptoms leading up to one. So that way I could stop it from every happening. In order to stop it, I have to get my … Continue reading My Top 5 Anxiety Quirks
If you’ve read my other posts, then you know that I suffer from extreme anxiety. Suddenly, I feel like I’m dying and need to seek medical assistance while it may only be benign PVCs or a bout of acid reflux. It can sneak up on me at any time for any reason, but especially when I’m stressed or a new change has taken place. How … Continue reading Should You Tell Your Work About Your Anxiety?
“It’s no surprise that caffeine gets so much attention from scientists these days. After all, 80% of Americans drink it. In fact, occasional coffee consumption rose 6% in the last year alone, according to the National Coffee Association. At the same time, panic and other anxiety disorders have become the most common mental illnesses in the United States. When caffeine overlaps with these disorders, the … Continue reading Caffeine: Good or Bad for Anxiety?