Eddie McNamaraHealth Writer
Eddie McNamara is a 9/11 first-responder and former cop turned vegetarian chef and author. He's been living with panic disorder and PTSD for 17 years, and he'll be sharing his experiences, thoughts, and seriously hard-won advice every month. Check out all his columns for "Panic in the Streets."
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Our columnist has two decades of experience managing anxiety in his relationship. You don't want to miss this advice.
Sometimes you just have to laugh so you don't cry. And in this time of constant coronavirus worry and fear, we're totally there.
Finding it hard to breathe even though you have zero symptoms of COVID-19? You’re so not alone. Our "Panic in the Streets" columnist shares his advice for dealing with anxiety in the time of corona.
It sounds so simple, but truly coming to terms with your condition is anything but. Eddie McNamara shares the methods that have helped him most.
But I lived to tell about it. Here’s what it was like—and what you should know before you try tapering your anxiety or depression meds, too.
Calmer. Clearer. More grounded. That was our writer after an eight-week class in mindfulness-based stress reduction—and it can be you, too.
Our "Panic in the Streets" columnist speaks to a doctor who’s been treating patients for years. Here’s what he found out.
You were there. You heard the gunshots. You saw what happened. This is for you.
HealthCentral columnist Eddie McNamara shares his best advice for getting through it so you can cope, too.
These three steps can help pull you forward when all you want to do is stay where you are.