Describing anxiety
Always On Edge We all know what it’s like to be afraid. Sweaty hands, a pounding heart, and racing thoughts come to mind. Our body uses fear to prepare us for potentially dangerous situations. It doesn’t feel good, but it is a necessary tool in certain situations that helps keep […]

How to Cope with Anxiety: Much More than Stress

anxiety and depression
Screening for mental health starts early Recently, the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force issued a new guideline to the families of America. The panel of health professionals has recommended that children between 8 and 18 be screened for anxiety, and children ages 12 to 18 also be screened for depressive […]

Anxiety and Depression in Children

The feeling of anxiety associated with losing or forgetting their cell phones is mentioned often in popular culture, so much so that there’s now a word for the feeling: nomophobia. This term, coined around ten years ago, is used to describe the phenomenon of experiencing anxiety, distress, or discomfort from […]

Nomophobia: Anxiety Around Cellphones