Anxiety and Stress in Adults

15 Tips to Manage Stress

We all get stressed out by something.  Whether it is work, studies, finances, or relationships – we all need to find a way to deal with it.    When feeling anxious or stressed, these 15 tips might be just the thing to help: Take a time-out – Listen to music, get a massage, or learn…

Stop Anxiety in 4 Natural Ways

Stop Anxiety in 4 Natural Ways

You constantly feel nervous. Even the smallest unplanned event sends you spiralling. Sometimes it feels like you can’t breathe. If you suffer from anxiety, this sounds all too familiar. Why do I get so anxious? Anxiety is a normal response to stress or a dangerous situation. You would have heard somebody refer to it as…

Adult ADD and Anxiety

Adult ADD and Anxiety

According to studies, almost 50% of adults with ADD or ADHD also suffer from anxiety. Since these disorders so often come together, they may make life very difficult at times. Luckily, with the right treatment, it is possible to learn to manage these conditions better, and have a healthier life. Development of Anxiety In most…

Natural Relief for Menopausal Anxiety

Worried woman: menopausal anxiety is caused by hormone fluctuations. With all the changes your body is undergoing around the time of menopause, it seems only logical that some stress or anxiety may accompany these changes. Not only do your fluctuating hormones cause anxiety chemically, but the combination of your other menopausal symptoms or fear of…

Weight loss: Is the secret in your gut bacteria?

Sugar cravings. Bloating. Burping. Gas. Diarrhea. Constipation. Indigestion. Heartburn. Runner’s Trots. Colds. Sickness. Anxiety. Frequent fatigue. These are signs of impaired gut health, and if you’re experiencing these, you are not alone. If you’re not experiencing any of the above, don’t stop reading just yet. Your gut is often referred to as “the second brain”…

Link between insulin resistance and behavioral disorders

People with diabetes are more prone to anxiety and depression than those with other chronic diseases that require similar levels of management. The reasons for this aren’t well understood, but Joslin Diabetes Center researchers have discovered one potential explanation. Genetically modifying mice to make their brains resistant to insulin, the Joslin scientists first found that…