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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is an anxiety condition that affects many. It isn't always easy to deal with on your own, but with treatment and education, it is something you can cope with. Read about what you can do to handle OCD.

Regular exercise has a ton of benefits for your health. Some people aren't aware of what exercise can do for your anxiety. Come read what experts have found about aerobic exercise and anxiety.

Stress management is a skill that everyone needs to learn at some point in their life. The sooner you learn how to cope with life's challenges and disappointments, the sooner you can start to feel better-- emotionally and physically. Read on for valuable information about staying calm and healthy.

Nearly everyone seems to be connected to Facebook, Twitter, or some other social media network these days. While they can be a great tool for keeping in touch with loved ones, these sites can also lead to pain or frustration for some. Read about how social media can be harmful at times.

If you read the last article on anxiety in kids and teens, you should have a good idea of social phobia and OCD in younger populations. This article will focus on anxiety conditions such as panic disorder, PTSD and generalized anxiety disorder in children and teens.

Lately there has been a lot of talk about how anxiety is affecting kids and teens. Mental health workers are working on modifying existing treatments for adults to help anxious children. But what is behind all the childhood anxiety today?

Anxiety disorders are very diverse and can have a variety of symptoms, some of which people do not know about. One unexpected symptom of an underlying anxiety disorder can be hoarding behaviors. Read more about it here.

If you feel stressed and worn out by the summer heat, you may want to try some fun and healthy exercises. Exercising can make you feel more confident and more relaxed. It can even help you to sleep better! If you want to know more about exercise activities you can do this summer, read more here.

How do you explain to someone what it feels like to have OCD? And do you even want to tell people, or do you feel embarrassed by your condition? Read an encouraging account from a successful woman with OCD here.

There are a variety of shocking events that can cause Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: war, divorce, a bad car accident. But what about childbirth? Can a risky pregnancy really lead to PTSD?
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