Anxiety

GI Problems and Anxiety

Anxiety might make interacting with the world uncomfortable but its physical symptoms can make it unbearable. People who suffer from high stress and anxiety are at risk of developing gut-related issues that affect their quality of life. The simplicity of eating at a restaurant, sitting through a lengthy play, or carpooling with co-workers becomes complicated…

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Nightmares During Coronavirus: How Global Anxiety Affects Sleep

There is a bizarre phenomenon going around–vivid dreaming during the days of quarantine. People across the globe have reported experiencing intense dreams (or nightmares) related to the virus, and a clear memory of the dream. While the current state of the globe is unique, researchers have an idea of why this anomaly exists.  The Coronavirus…

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Tips for Practicing Gratitude

Willie Nelson once said “When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around.” To be thankful for something everyday can reshape your worldview. The simple act of appreciation can transform your life, especially if you are prone to using escapism to avoid anxiety and depression. Ways to Show Gratitude: Jot it Down: Choose…

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Navigate Thanksgiving Anxiety in Los Angeles With Therapy

Thanksgiving can be a time of sweet celebrations, delicious food, and catching up. Many people look forward to traveling home for perhaps the only opportunity they have per year to connect with family and old friends. While others dread the holiday for whatever reason, the holiday can induce a bit of anxiety for just about…

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