The Benefits of Research on Anxiety

The mental and physical sensations brought on from anxiety are normal responses experienced universally. Anxiety can be represented as a physiological, emotional, and mental experience with three goals; (1) to alert us to danger, (2) to prepare us to confront the danger, or (3) to break away/run away from the danger. Within these 3 goals …

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The Real Reason Record Numbers of College Students Are Seeking Mental Health Treatment

Just over four years ago, when Alyshia Hull arrived on campus at Cayuga Community College in Auburn, New York, she found herself surrounded by hundreds of other wide-eyed new students. But beneath her eagerness to start her first semester at college, Hull was battling something that made her feel entirely alone: anxiety. She had dealt …

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What is PMAD and are you at risk?

Not only is May Mental Health Awareness Month, it is also Maternal Mental Health Awareness Month! If you are pregnant or have recently given birth, you may be at risk of Perinatal mood and anxiety disorder (PMAD), which is the number one complication for women at this time. Watch this video to learn more about PMAD and …

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