Treatment for anxiety normally consists of a combination of medication and cognitive behavior therapy. But for many people, another aspect of treatment might be exercise. Even a small amount of exercise can help to relieve symptoms of both anxiety and depression.
Kristin Vickers-Douglas, PhD, a psychologist at the Mayo Clinic, says of exercise, “It's not a magic bullet, but increasing physical activity is a positive and active strategy to help manage depression and anxiety."...Read more
A study conducted by Spanish researchers at the University of Granada has shown that music therapy combined with other relaxation... Read more »
May is Mental Health Month. Caregiving to someone with Alzheimer's is one of the most difficult and demanding of roles and it can go on... Read more »
Source: ADAM Encyclopedia
PsychotherapyAmong the various psychotherapeutic "talk therapies," cognitive-behavioral therapy appears to be the most effective approach. If... Read more »