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Panic Attacks! The Breathing & Hyperventilating Relief Angle

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If you’ve ever had one (or thousands), you know panic attacks are out-of-body scary. When they consumed my life decades ago, I wanted to learn all I could about them, especially their cause. I came across something very interesting and helpful that remains valid and valuable to this very day. Let’s roll up our sleeves…

10 Living with a Mood or Anxiety Disorder Nuggets from a Seasoned Manager

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It was forty-six years ago, but I remember the onslaught of my anxiety symptoms as though it was this morning. And so began the quest for wisdom, seeking-out anyone who was managing – enjoying – their life in the face of their panic and anxiety. Perhaps I can now lend you a hand…

Tinnitus! Understanding the Psych Connections

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The non-stop ringing, buzzing, and pulsating in your ears. No matter what you do it doesn’t go away. And when you figure out it’s internal noise, so blocking your ears doesn’t work, you wonder if you’ll go mad. Tinnitus: the gift that keeps on giving. By the way, did you know there’s a psych connection at play?

Living with Generalized Anxiety Disorder: “I’m Free…But Not Falling”

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It’s an incredibly tall order for many, but as long as we’re going to have a mood or anxiety disorder, we might as well make the best of it. Furthermore, why not let it make the best of us? Our guest writer knows generalized anxiety disorder extremely well. And she’s going to share her extraordinary perspective…

Depression Isn’t Always “Depression”: 3 Types You Might Not Know About

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If we’re looking for something based solely upon what it usually looks like, we’re in for a long and frustrating hunt. And if a mood or anxiety disorder is at play, we’re so much farther away from an accurate diagnosis and treatment. Case in point, depression isn’t always “depression.” Dr. Mae Casanova dials us in on three types that might fly under the radar…