Celebrities. It’s easy to think they’re modern day gods: not a hair (or emotion) out of place. But anxiety doesn't discriminate; it can impact people who seem like they're living a dream life. We share a few big names who have talked openly about their experiences with anxiety.
Work. We’ve all had days where we have to show up, even though we'd rather stay in bed. Whether you experience anxiety, or are prone to panic attacks, here are some small things you can do to help yourself.
That little blue cross or those parallel pink lines mean a new chapter of your life is starting. You’re pregnant. Remember, feeling some anxiety about being pregnant isappropriate. Here are some tips for handling pregnancy anxiety.
Anxiety is a common experience and, depending on degree, it is a normal experience. Sometimes a little bit of anxiety is a good thing – when it gives you the boost of focus you need in a tough meeting, a test. But as we all know, it doesn’t always work that way. So what’s going on? Here’s a handy article to explain:
I love my Anxietea and drink it daily. Usually I make myself a pot of tea but, occasionally, I am left with some tea in the pot. Rather than tip it out, I keep it and use it to make oatmeal. Here's how you can make a delicious and healthy breakfast out of Anxietea.
It can be tough to prioritise yourself sometimes, but (and it’s a cliché for a reason) you can’t take care of others unless you take care of yourself first! Here are some ways you can help yourself when you have anxiety.