You may have heard the recent hype about how chronic stress can actually speed up the aging process. No one wants to look or feel older, but you can't realistically cut all the stress out of your life, right? So what can be done about it? Read some suggestions researchers have come up with for reducing stress. These tips may extend your lifespan!

It has often been debated in medical circles that due to the complexity of anxiety disorders, whether or not it is advisable to use different combinations of treatments to cure it. Now a recent study has concluded beyond doubt that such an approach is the best way forward.

Hardening of the limbs, short breath, and inconsistent heart rate are all symptoms of a panic attack. But when such attacks occur in people suffering from COPD, the situation can become fatal. Victims of COPD have frequent panic attacks too and therefore it is important to respond to the situations quickly.

Does the absence of phone make your friend anxious and tense? Do you know someone who is always glued to a laptop for the fear of missing their Facebook updates? Chances are that they are suffering from iDisorder.

The future cars from Ford will measure your stress and driving anxiety. Sounds unbelievable but if a joint project between Ford and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is successful, future cars will ensure a stress free ride for people suffering from driving anxiety.

It is no secret that breathing and meditation can help you reach a state of calm and peace. When done correctly and regularly, deep breathing can do wonders to your stress issues and overall well-being.

We all travel to our workplaces either driving our cars or using public transport. In both cases, we spend an awful lot of time sitting when it could have been utilized walking, running, or performing any other physical activity. This may lead to chronic tension, stress, and anxiety.

Alzheimer is a common problem and so is stress. So scientists from the field of medicine are conducting a research to find out if both are related in any way.

Depression has a direct relation with our food intake. That is well-known. However, new research reveals that vitamin D in particular, can boost our system and increasing its intake can help reduce depression.

Do you ever wonder what it would be like to live with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder? Although no one could ever fully understand unless they are living with the condition, this video can provide some insight.
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