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What You Need to Know About Globus Hystericus

Anxiety can sometimes cause a lump-in-the-throat sensation known as globus hystericus. Learn about this condition and what you can do to relieve discomfort.

By Merely Me

10 Common Anxiety Triggers

Like anxiety itself, triggers are highly individual, ranging from certain food ingredients to smells. Learns about these common anxiety triggers to better identify your own.

By Eileen Bailey

Service Dogs to the Rescue: Vets, Canines, and PTSD

Veteran James Rutland credits his four-legged friend for helping him return to health. Read about the science behind service dogs helping to treat PTSD.

By Stephanie Stephens

9 Self-Help Tips for Managing OCD

Journaling, exercising, and education are three strategies that are helpful in managing obsessive-compulsive disorder. Learn even more.

By Eileen Bailey

Anxiety and Homework: 9 Tips for Parents

Tests. Deadlines. Hard math equations. Homework is stressful, especially when for kids with anxiety. As a parent, here’s how you can help.

By Eileen Bailey

Depression and Anxiety: Feel Like You're Falling Apart?

Read tips on how to keep it together when your world feels like it's crumbling. From self-care to better boundaries, you can build resiliency.

By Therese Borchard

Identifying and Treating Anxiety Over 50

Can you have anxiety in your 50s, 60s, 70s and older? While doctors once thought that anxiety declines with age, it may just be that you get better at coping – or hiding it.

By Eileen Bailey

How Much Do You Know About Different Types of Anxiety?

Taking this quiz can give you a better understanding of your own anxiety — or help you to understand what someone else with anxiety disorder is going through.

By Eileen Bailey

High Functioning Anxiety

High functioning anxiety can sometimes be disruptive but it isn’t so intense or pervasive that it stops someone from accomplishing what they want to do.

By Eileen Bailey

How Hobbies Can Reduce Stress in MS

Having an artistic outlet can help reduce stress and raise self-esteem for people with MS.

By Nancy Monson