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5 Signs That You Might be Struggling with Anxiety

The study found that those people who use social media, even on a daily basis, to connect and share information, had positive mental health outcomes.
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How Social Media Can Actually be Good for Our Mental Health

The study found that those people who use social media, even on a daily basis, to connect and share information, had positive mental health outcomes.
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Why People Misunderstand Anxiety

Every person has their own way of hearing and sharing information which can make discussing and understanding anxiety disorders difficult.
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Get Some Sleep! 5 Tips for Busting Through Your Insomnia

Make sure that your bed is used only for two things: sex and sleep. By using your bed almost exclusively for sleep, your body will associate your bed with rest and relaxation, making it easier to fall asleep.
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How Daily Exercise Can Treat Depression

Exercise helps beat depression naturally. It only takes moderate exercise three times a week to reap the antidepressant benefits. You don’t have to train for a marathon or a triathlon to feel better.
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6 Ways that Alcohol Makes Depression Worse

Researchers have found that alcoholism doubled a person’s risk of developing depression. In fact, the analysis indicated that alcoholism was more likely to cause or worsen depression than depression was likely to cause or worsen alcohol use/misuse.
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Do You Suffer from Anxiety? Yoga Can Help!

Yoga is a major confidence-builder because it works to strengthen the body and mind at the same time. The practice includes body postures and breathing techniques, along with ancient meditation approaches, and combined, these can help a person feel calm, centered, and able to handle any situation that crops up in their life.
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5 Exercises & Tips to Lower Your Anxiety Before a Big Exam

The bigger and more important the exam is, the more we tend to suffer from anxiety. Exercise the morning before your exam. This will not only release built-up tension in your muscles, but it will also release “feel-good” endorphins that will put you in a better frame of mind.
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5 Ways to Recharge Your Energy After a Rough Day

After a stress-filled day, you need to unwind—and that means turning off your phone for some much-needed “me” time. Unplug. Turn your phone off and put it in a drawer in a room in your house.
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5 Ways to Get a Better Night’s Sleep with Anxiety

Yoga is a major confidence-builder because it works to strengthen the body and mind at the same time. The practice includes body postures and breathing techniques, along with ancient meditation approaches, and combined, these can help a person feel calm, centered, and able to handle any situation that crops up in their life.
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