How to cope with anxiety about coronavirus (COVID-19)
If you’re feeling heightened levels of anxiety or fear because of the spread of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), you’re not alone. It’s only natural to be stressed during times of uncertainty. But with these coping mechanisms, you can take
How Teenager Can Cope With Social Anxiety Disorder
Being a teenager with social anxiety disorder can be difficult. Learn how to cope and how you can manage social anxiety on a daily basis.
How to Help Your Kid Cope With Back to School Anxiety
Starting school or the start of a new school year can be a major source of anxiety for kids. Here’s how parents can help.
This month from the Kid Clinic: How to teach your child to cope with anxiety
As parents, our duty is to protect our children and help to eliminate their struggles. Kids beg and plead to steer clear of what is causing their anxiety and over time this can lead to angry parents.For example, a child is very anxious when they have to ride the bus to school, so they beg their parents "Please don't make me go!" This scenario leads parents to feel guilty, forcing their child into their black hole of anxiety. Parents have difficulty watching their…
8 Myths About Anxiety
These common and potentially harmful myths about anxiety may prevent people from getting the help they need. Turn these misconceptions about anxiety into anxiety facts.
Quiz: What’s Worrying You? The Facts About Anxiety
We all feel anxious sometimes. Find out more about what it is and when it might be a problem.
Symptoms and Treatment for Anxiety
Video on How to Deal With Anxiety
What can you do right now to curb worries about tomorrow?
What Is Anxiety?
Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental disorders. It is a feeling of nervousness or unease.
How to talk to your doctor about anxiety
Many people struggle with some degree of anxiety from time to time and to a point, that can be healthy. Worry is part of what makes us human, but our bodies can only handle so much stress
Tips to Ease Your Child’s Anxiety
Contrary to popular belief, being a child isn’t all fun and games. Everyday moments that thrill some children – like making new friends, riding in an airplane or going to a new school – provoke anxiety in other children, and sometimes, children face extraordinary situations, like illnesses or injuries, which cause additional stress. Fortunately, there is a lot you can do to help ease your child’s anxiety. Here are some tips:
The Evolution of Anxiety: Why We Worry and What to Do About It
Understanding why you get anxious is a step toward dealing with the root of the problem.
Tips for Managing Performance Anxiety
When you think about the term "performance anxiety" you might think of someone on stage, ...
Student Stress & Anxiety Guide
Learn how students can learn to recognize and manage feelings of stress and anxiety in college, on the job and and beyond.
How Much Anxiety Is Normal?
...And what to do if you have a panic attack, according to David H. Rosmarin, Ph.D., founder of the Center for Anxiety.
Women and Stress Management: 7 Anxiety-Busting Tips
Successful stress management is as important to your good health as eating nutritious foods, exercising, and getting enough sleep.
How to Ease Your Child's Separation Anxiety
Does your child suffer from separation anxiety? The good news is most separation fears are not excessive and can be remedied by following a few easy tips.
How to de-stress for anxiety prevention
If you suffer from anxiety, managing stress is a significant part of controlling your symptoms.
How To Help A Child Struggling With Anxiety
When a child is scared of the dark or being left alone, it can be hard for adults to know the difference between an age-appropriate fear and full-blown anxiety. This episode is full of tools to help parents better understand and manage their child's "worry brain."
How to help a partner with postpartum depression or anxiety
Postpartum depression can be scary for a new mom and her partner.
How to conquer Sunday night anxiety
Learn how to conquer those dreaded feelings of Sunday night anxiety. A psychologist at Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center offers some tips that just may help. #BuckeyeBrains