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Yoga Treats Generalized Anxiety Disorder 

Marked by chronic nervousness and worry, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) can impact everything from work and school to relationships. Yoga can help sooth your anxiety symptoms.

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Signs of Stress 

You might be surprised at some of the little-known signs of stress. Some challenge is good for you — but when you’re overloaded, your health takes a toll.


How Knitting Could Be Good for You  

Knitting can help put you in calm good spirits, offering a unique combination of meditative movement, mild stimulation and creativity, and social connection.

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Types of Stress 

There are three types of stress that each take a big toll on your body. Understanding the differences can help you know if you need help. Learn more here.


How to Reduce Stress 

Stress is an inescapable part of modern life. Though you might not be able to rid yourself of it, you can learn how to manage or even relieve stress.


Your Dog Can Help Your Anxiety 

Yes, it’s true. Dogs have been trained for people with all kinds of mental health conditions, including depression, PTSD, anxiety, and bipolar disorder.

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Effects of Stress on the Body 

Stress is a normal part of life. But the effects of stress on the body, if traumatic or chronic, can be serious, causing numerous health problems.

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Anxiety Triggers 

It’s worth pinning down your anxiety triggers. You’ll be one step closer to calmness if you can see triggers in advance, and some of them may surprise you.

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What Is an Anxiety Attack? 

Feeling anxiety sometimes is normal, but severe anxiety can negatively affect your work and social life. Learn what is an anxiety attack and the symptoms.