Published: Thu, 28 Apr 2016 11:33:45 +0000
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZWhen does worry reach the threshold of an anxiety disorder diagnosis? Here is an overview of DSM-5 symptoms for Generalized Anxiety Disorder and an introduction to how this disorder is most commonly assessed.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZThe point at which worry becomes a problem can be subjective, but here are some questions to ask yourself (and others) to assess the severity of your anxiety.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZLearn the distinguishing features of generalized and social anxiety disorders.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZLearn how to distinguish these two problems.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZTools and tips to manage and cope with generalized anxiety disorder, ranging from therapy types to disease state guides.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZDiscussion of common ways that anxiety can negatively impact relationships
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZDiscussion on the difference between GAD and PTSD
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZHere is a sampler of less-than-helpful reactions to your loved one's anxiety, and suggestions for alternative responses.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZDiscussion of using marijuana for anxiety symptoms
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZA brief overview and introduction to Generalized Anxiety Disorder.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZThere are many ways that anxiety can manifest itself in college students, especially those with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). Learn 5 strategies to help curb anxiety.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZGenetic vulnerability is a course of study examining family medical history and the potential for developing generalized anxiety disorder
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZDiscussion of indicators of GAD. Generalized Anxiety.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZDiscussion of how to improve self-esteem for people with anxiety problems
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZMemories can be affected by the presence of generalized anxiety disorder, particularly working memory, which can impact work, school and home life.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZGain a better understanding of the drug treatment options and differences in medication for generalized anxiety disorder.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZUnderstanding the difference between Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Major Depression written by a mental health professional.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZThe differences between generalized anxiety disorder and adjustment disorder are linked to the duration of anxiety and what started the anxiety.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZA secondary emotion is one that is experienced in place of another emotion that is difficult for the person to feel or express.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZQuestions to ask yourself, your therapist, and your physician about using medication to treat your anxiety symptoms.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZList of the best 5 coping strategies for anxiety
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZWhat is cognitive behavioral therapy? Who provides this treatment and what should you expect? Here is an introductory overview of this GAD treatment.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZA brief description of the most popular talk therapy treatment methods for GAD.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZAnxiety disorders, such as generalized anxiety disorder, are characterized by a number of persistent and intense physical symptoms.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZLearn how to identify common symptoms of generalized anxiety in kids and teens.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZWhat is the function of anxiety and what are its parts? Why do we get anxious? How does this look in people with GAD?
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZCoverage of the basics of mindfulness and how it can help treat Generalized Anxiety Disorder.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZThis is a list of things to avoid doing with a loved one with generalized anxiety disorder. It also provides alternatives to common mistakes.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZLearn information about common cognitive distortions that negatively affect generalized anxiety disorder and how they can be changed.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZLearn tips to help a friend with Generalized Anxiety Disorder including being supportive, finding treatment, and becoming educated.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZDiscussion of environmental causes of generalized anxiety disorder.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZYou may think that you need your worry, but if you suffer from an anxiety disorder, it is unlikely to be serving you well. When the worry feels out of control, here are a few questions to ask yourself.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZDifferentiating between normal anxiety and generalized anxiety disorder can be tricky. Learn whether or not your anxiety qualifies as a disorder.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZIdentifying cognitive distortions (i.e., biased thoughts) that worsen anxiety.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZExercises to help you detach from beliefs that are not serving you well.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZAnxiety takes its toll on the sufferer, and on his or her loved ones. Get the gears turning with these 5 ways to help a loved one with GAD.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZDiscussion on the causes of generalized anxiety disorder.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZUnsure of what mental health treatment is going to cost? Here's a road map for navigating the ins and outs of finding good care that you can afford.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZWhen it comes to procrastination, there are three major sources: perfectionism, worrying about results and low self-efficacy.
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2016-04-28T11:33:45ZCollege or university life can be a challenge for students struggling with generalized anxiety disorder, but it can me managed with some preparation.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZWorry Time is a cognitive behavioral therapy tool that can help those with anxiety disorders learn to control their worry and its day-to-day impact.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZReport on smoking, tobacco and nicotine use, and anxiety disorders including generalized anxiety disorder.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZHelping someone to seek treatment for anxiety is hard. These are some of the common difficulties, and how to overcome them and effectively communicate your concern.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZLearned helplessness can develop in people struggling with generalized anxiety disorder. Learn more about what learned helplessness is and how it's treated.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZGeneralized anxiety disorder can have a significant impact on your career, limiting your employment options and opportunities for promotions.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZSubstance dependence is common in those with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) since they use medication, drugs and alcohol to sooth their worries.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZOnce you become educated about stigma and your potential problems with anxiety and worry, you can make can active choice to do something to improve your life.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZTis the season of the family vacation, but if you struggle with anxiety, then you know that it’s often hard to leave your worries behind.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZACT is a psychotherapy approach that fosters cognitive flexibility through acceptance and a commitment to living out your most important values.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZWondering how to help your child unwind? Here are some kid-friendly exercises to try.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZPeople with generalized anxiety disorder experience an exaggerated degree of worry to the point that it can become debilitating. Discover six strategies to reduce your anxiety.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZOverview of how substance use and anxiety are linked
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZWith the advent and popularity of smartphone app technologies, you can now carry self-help strategies in the palm of your hand.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZMany people with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) struggle with sleep problems. Learn a few simple tricks for alleviating your sleep problems.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZWhat you need to know about the help that can help your anxious child or teen.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZEvolutionary psychology is a growing field that is attempting to unify the variety of perspectives on human behavior, including anxiety.
2016-04-28T11:33:45Z5 tips to change your relationship with anxiety and effectively face your fears.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZOur breath goes with us everywhere. Here are 3 ways to use it to invite a relaxation response, calming the body and quieting the anxious mind.
2016-04-28T11:33:45Z‘Self-help’ refers to less formal, but potentially beneficial, ways to address anxiety symptoms. Here is a list of some self-help books on anxiety.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZIf you find yourself using substances to manage anxiety, it's not likely to be a good solution. Learn more about GAD and substance use disorders.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZCope with anxiety by keeping focused on your values. Here are two exercises to clarify your most important values and how to live them out day to day.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZAnxiety can be a personality style and disguise other feelings such as anger, guilt and grief. You must look within yourself to see what real feelings may be disguised by anxiety.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZSteps to take from worry towards resolution of solvable worries.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZResearch is producing a range of findings about how our genes can influence our psychological makeup, from personality quirks to the development of GAD.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZIf anxiety is interfering with your sleep, here are some strategies to help you to rest well.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZHow worry and its opposite - episodic future thinking - work in generalized anxiety disorder.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZPeople often think that worrying is the same as problem-solving. In fact, they could not be more different. What kinds of worries are solvable?
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZMany people self-medicate in an attempt to control the symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Marijuana is a common drug used to try & sooth nerves
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZLearn more about anxiety problems to prevent, recognize, and manage your mental health.
2016-04-28T11:33:45Z5 anti-anxiety apps that align with evidence-based psychotherapy approaches are reviewed.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZTips on how to make Generalized Anxiety Disorder known to employers.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZDo you eat when anxious, depressed, or bored? Learn about emotional eating -- what it is, how to assess it, and strategies for change.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZMany people think of anxiety in a negative sense. It is an emotion that makes us feel uncomfortable and tense. But anxiety can bring positivity to our lives.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZAnxiety is maintained by a cycle of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Learn how to break a link in the chain and end the seemingly endless worry.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZMost people get anxious. And many people diet. But what does it mean to have GAD or an eating disorder? What are the differences between them?
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZSelf-monitoring is a do-it-yourself strategy to learn more about your anxiety patterns, evaluate what types of interventions help, appreciate your successes, and get you back on track if symptoms recur.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZResults of an online survey about perceptions of mental health and suicide awareness among younger and older adults in the U.S.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZIn the wake of traumatic events, anxiety is common. Here are a few ways to manage and move beyond worries.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZRelaxation is more necessity than luxury. Taking the time to unwind in the ways suggested will help to recharge both your body and your mind.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZDescription of the overall prevelence rates for Generalized Anxiety Disorder, as well as sex and age differences.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZWhen it comes to anxiety, what might you expect when you’re expecting? And how much worry is too much worry?
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZAdopting a ‘grin-and-bear-it’ public persona to mask feelings and worries can have a mounting toll on your well-being.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZAll emotions serve a purpose. Learn more about your feelings to determine exactly what they might be trying to tell you (and others).
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZAnxiety disorders do not discriminate by age. GAD is the most common anxiety disorder in older adults. Learn about the signs, symptoms, and treatment.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZA worrier's instinct is to look to the past to justify worry in the present or to catastrophize about the future. Here is a better way to time travel.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZA review of what's known about milder forms of GAD and how to begin to assess your teen's anxiety.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZHolidays are often stressful, and can contribute to worse mood and higher anxiety. Here are 3 ways to focus on being well and staying well this season.
2016-04-28T11:33:45ZThis simple self-monitoring tool will help you collect data about your sleep pattern and develop experiments to try and improve it.