Anxiety and Gut Problems: How Do They Go Together?

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Are Your Gut Problems And Anxiety Linked?  According to a Harvard Health Publishing article posted in 2021, the answer to the question, are your gut problems and anxiety related, is a resounding yes. Maybe you’re familiar with sayings such as, “gut-wrenching experience” and having “butterflies in your stomach.” These are expressions born of the gut-brain […]

Anxiety—What to Do If Everything in the News is Shaking You Up

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Anxiety is no fun but it seems like negative news is filling every part of your day. You want to stay informed, but you can’t seem to find an escape from it. You wake up in the morning and immediately reach for your phone. Anxiety is the last thing on your mind. A notification pops […]

How to Recognize and Overcome Food Anxiety

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Food anxiety varies from person to person. It is generally characterized by intense anxiety before mealtimes or difficulty eating food. Food and mealtimes are a normal part of our days so food anxiety is no fun! Each day, we might hit up the drive-thru, grab a quick snack, or cook a hearty meal together with […]

Help with Anxiety: 3 Sleep Habits to Reduce Anxiety

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Do you need help with anxiety? Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the United States, affecting over 40 million adults every year. Anxiety disorders are treatable and many people will seek help with anxiety from an outside source. Treatment of anxiety should not stop once you leave your therapist or doctor’s office—lifestyle […]

Anxious? Understand anxiety. Do something about it!

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Understand anxiety?!? What is it? Help! No matter what you think right now, you can understand anxiety and that is the first key to getting it under control. Anxiety is the inability to control the worrying of future and past events. Physiological signs include, but not limited to, fidgeting for no apparent reason, biting our […]