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Anxiety

High Functioning Anxiety and Ways to Cope

If you’re dealing with anxiety, you’re not alone. Each year, nearly 40 million adults in the U.S. deal with an anxiety disorder. That’s around 18% of the population. While anxiety is undeniably[...]

By KCLA | April 27th, 2021 | Categories: Anxiety

What to Do During an Anxiety Attack

Everyone experiences moments of panic or anxiety from time to time. Maybe you get really nervous right before giving a speech, or you think you hear a stranger at your door and become scared.[...]

By KCLA | March 23rd, 2021 | Categories: Anxiety

10 Things You Didn't Know Trigger Anxiety

Anxiety is something most people experience at some point or another in their lives. Whether it’s financial worries, relationship problems, a death in the family, looming work projects, or public[...]

By KCLA | March 9th, 2021 | Categories: Anxiety

COVID Vaccine Anxiety

Since COVID-19 vaccinations began in the U.S. on December 14, over 20 million shots have been administered. With the first round of shots largely going to healthcare workers and residents of[...]

By KCLA | February 2nd, 2021 | Categories: Anxiety

4 Mistakes You’re Making with Mental Health Resolutions

Imagine a year without anxiety, depression, and mood disorder symptoms. Could 2021 be the year you’re in control of your mental health? Traditionally, the new year acts as a clean slate, with[...]

How to Recognize Anxiety in Yourself and Others

Occasional feelings of anxiety are a normal part of life, especially before important moments like school exams, job interviews, or medical procedures. You might experience some worry or fear[...]

By KCLA | December 8th, 2020 | Categories: Anxiety

Mental Health Checklist in Times of Crisis

Life today is tense. Fear, anger, sadness and social isolation are affecting our health, both mentally and physically. Between the pandemic and recent protests, the wear and tear on our mental[...]

By KCLA | September 1st, 2020 | Categories: Anxiety, Stress, Tools for Better Mental Health, Mental Health

Your End-of-Summer Quarantine Bucket List for Better Mental Health

With summer coming to an end and stay-at-home guidelines relaxing in many areas, we’re still coming to terms with finding new ways to deal with our “new normal." 

Better Sleep for Depression Sufferers

Depression and sleep problems often go hand in hand. If you’re thinking about pursuing Ketamine Infusion Therapy as a treatment for your depression, you may be concerned about the effects it may[...]

By KCLA | August 11th, 2020 | Categories: Anxiety, Depression, Tools for Better Mental Health

Suicides & Overdoses: The Coronavirus Deaths Nobody Is Talking About

When we imagine the victims of coronavirus (COVID-19), we think of the thousands of Americans who have lost their lives in this pandemic. We think of the people who may spend weeks fighting for[...]

By KCLA | May 21st, 2020 | Categories: Anxiety, Depression, Suicide, Stress, Mental Health
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