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Have you ever had a single thought that keeps on recurring in your mind? Rumination is the continuous thinking of similar thoughts, which may be sad or threatening. Rumination is very dangerous to a person's mental health, it can impair thinking ability, increase anxiety, and prolong depression.
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Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in America today, affecting 18 percent of adults and often are diagnosed alongside depression. If anxiety is ruling your life - creating negative thoughts and emotions that impact your function, you might be searching for a way out from under those suffocating feelings of stress, fear, and panic. Don't suffer alone. There are proven methods for taming anxiety today. Try these ten anxiety busters to learn how to deal effectively with negati...
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Everyone experiences nervousness occasionally – a healthy, situational reaction to challenges that are new or important. Yet when worry grabs your mind and doesn't let go, it can become excessive. Anxiety can lead to episodes of fear or terror, and it may interfere with your daily life.
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Anxiety is the most common type of mental illness in the United States. It's the brain's way of alerting you about a looming danger, such as running into a problem with someone, facing a test or interview, or being in a dangerous environment.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a method of treatment for psychological disorders that focuses on changing unhelpful or destructive thought patterns that negatively affect behavior and emotions. The therapy aims to replace automatic negative thoughts with more constructive ideas that promote positive feelings and behaviors.
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Children require a minimum of nine hours of sleep at night. However, several stressors may cause children to have sleep problems. Sleep problems can affect a child's academic performance, alertness, and cause behavioral disorders. Read about strategies to help your child overcome sleep problems.
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Anxiety is a natural stress response. Having anxiety that comes and goes based on particular situations is entirely normal. Individuals are diagnosed with an anxiety disorder when their anxiety is prolonged or causes disruptions in daily life. The causes, symptoms, and patterns can change from person to person.
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The National Institute of Mental Health (MIMH) estimated that approximately 17.3 million adults in the United States had at least 1 major depressive episode. This is 7.1 percent of U.S. adults. So, if you are someone who struggles with depression, you are not alone. In this article we will discuss the signs and symptoms of depression and 5 things you can do immediately to feel happier.
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I used to get jealous of people who could lay down on their pillow and fall fast asleep. Why couldn’t I do that!? I knew how important sleep was for my overall health. Insomnia effects our mood, memory, our metabolic rate and even how long we live. Poor sleep has also been associated with depression.
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