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» How to Cope When Your Children Leave Home
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For some parents, their child leaving home is a trauma comparable to bereavement. And having friends tell them that it's natural and inevitable only makes them feel worse...

» Gratitude as the Key to Happiness
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Tell someone struggling with money worries, or trying to make the best of an unfulfilling relationship, that gratitude is the key to happiness and they will probably turn away in disgust...

» Why Do You Get Panic Attacks at Night
By Keith Hillman | Published 07/20/2017 | Panic Disorders | Unrated
Panic attacks are exaggerated stress responses that are often made worse by a sufferer's misinterpretation of their symptoms...

» How to Stop Panic Attacks With CBT
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Panic attacks are highly stressful events that can be best describes as extreme stress attacks...

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» Can Stress Cause Constipation?
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It's a commonly known fact that stress, and especially fear, can potentially cause sudden and unwanted bowel movements...

» Can Stress Delay Your Period?
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» How Long Do Panic Attacks Last?
By Keith Hillman | Published 07/9/2017 | Panic Disorders | Unrated
Panic attacks are sudden onsets of acute anxiety symptoms along with other physiological effects. Essentially, this feels like the normal 'fight or flight' response to fear but to a greatly exaggerated extent...

» Is Stress Hair Loss Real?
By Keith Hillman | Published 07/9/2017 | Stress | Unrated
Stress has a lot of terrible and highly unpleasant symptoms and can very often be found at the root of any number of conditions and problems...

» Models of Stress – Why Science Still Falls Short of an Adequate Definition of Stress
By Keith Hillman | Published 07/9/2017 | Stress | Unrated
One of the biggest challenges in psychology is often the process of trying to define and understand subjects and concepts that are somewhat abstract...

» What Is a Panic Attack?
By Keith Hillman | Published 07/9/2017 | Panic Disorders | Unrated
A panic attack is a short episode that can last 20 minutes to several hours. It is marked by feelings of intense dread and foreboding, along with extreme stress symptoms such as heightened heart rate and blood pressure, hyperventilation and chest pain...

» Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Definition and Explanation
By Keith Hillman | Published 07/9/2017 | Stress | Unrated
In this article we will look at the post-traumatic stress disorder definition in order to identify exactly what's going on in the brain, what causes the condition and who is at risk...

» Is Geopathic Stress Real?
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» Alcohol and Panic Attacks – Understanding the Connection
By Keith Hillman | Published 07/9/2017 | Panic Disorders | Unrated
Many people will use alcohol as a way to unwind and to relax – even self-medicate. Alcohol slows down our thinking, eases our stress and helps us to forget the rigors of the day...

» Some Shocking Stress Statistics – Just How Bad Is It?
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Stress, anxiety and depression are serious conditions that lead to a number of symptoms and complications...

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