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Anxiety and loss of appetite: What is the link?

Anxiety and loss of appetite: What is the link?

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Nutrition Food.  Natures medicine.  Natures bane.  Know the difference. While some people with anxiety tend to overeat, others have little or no appetite. Learn more about the link between anxiety and appetite...
What to know about eco-anxiety

What to know about eco-anxiety

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Your Health:   Eco-anxiety is a type of fear related to environmental damage and ecological disaster. This article looks at what it is and some tips for managing it. ShareClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new...
Homeopathic treatments for anxiety: What to know

Homeopathic treatments for anxiety: What to know

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Stress and Anxiety:   Homeopathy is a practice that uses diluted nonmedical substances to treat different illnesses. Learn more about whether it can help treat anxiety symptoms in this article. ShareClick to share...
Listening to music while driving may help calm the heart

Listening to music while driving may help calm the heart

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Heart Health:   Recent experiments involving driving in stressful traffic conditions suggest that listening to music at this time may help protect heart health. ShareClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new...
What’s the link between anxiety and shortness of breath?

What’s the link between anxiety and shortness of breath?

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Stress and Anxiety:   Shortness of breath is one possible symptom of anxiety. In this article, we look at why anxiety causes this symptom, how to tell whether it is the cause, and treatments. ShareClick to share...
Anxiety: Are mitochondria involved?

Anxiety: Are mitochondria involved?

CLICK HERE to be re-directed to the original article - Stress and Anxiety:   Scientists link stress to disruptions in energy metabolism in mice and humans who have panic disorder, a form of anxiety disorder. ShareClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click...