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.
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.
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.
Parents want to protect their children as much as possible. But how do you protect a child from an anxiety disorder? Find out about some of the anxiety conditions which are prevalent in children.
For years people who study psychology have tried to find out what causes anxiety disorders like OCD. Recently, scientists have come closer to understanding the answer to this question. Read what they found here!
A lot of people are growing more comfortable with the idea of OCD, and casual use of the term is becoming more frequent. But do you really understand what OCD is, and would you recognize it if you had it?
If you are a parent with an anxiety disorder, you may wonder how your condition can affect your child. A long-term study of parents with anxiety and their children offers more information about the topic. Find out what the researchers learned here.
A new report shows that younger people who are recruited into the military may be more likely than their older counterparts to develop PTSD. Find out why some young men and women may not be ready to pursue a military career.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can be a major issue for people who have been exposed to trauma. Treating the condition can be a long and arduous process. But what if there was a way to prevent PTSD from developing in the first place?