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Are you ready to take control of your anxiety?

Dr. Laurie-Ann O’Connor, Ed.D.
Post-Doctoral Psychology Intern, Psychotherapist, Certified Trauma Professional, Author
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Advice to help you heal from PTSD caused by sexual assault

Dr. Vicki Bolina
Licensed Psychologist
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Family stress you out during the holidays? Here's what to do

Frank J. Sileo, PhD
Licensed Psychologist
Zach Rawlings's picture

Don't let an abusive past or trauma ruin your life

Zach Rawlings, MA, LPC
Child, Individual, & Family Therapist
Alyssa Gilston's picture

Recognizing signs of PTSD and how you can help your loved one

Dr. Alyssa Gilston
Psychology Professor
John Tsilimparis's picture

Coping with ebola phobia: Reduce the anxiety and fear

John Tsilimparis, MFT
Psychotherapist and Author of "Retrain Your Anxious Brain"
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Control your emotions and reduce anxiety without therapy

Frank Healy
Licensed Professional Counselor, Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory
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Meditative techniques throughout your workday can reduce stress

Arielle Adelman
Life & Wellness Coach, ACC
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Anxiety and Stress

When you’re feeling anxious or stressed, everything feels like it’s harder than it should be. Sometimes managing anxiety and stress is knowing how to prevent it, which includes things like exercise, getting enough sleep, and learning techniques to help you recognize stressful triggers like work, school, family, etc. so that you can avoid becoming stressed out to the point where your physical and mental symptoms are too much to handle. Our medical professionals are here to give you the advice you need to help settle you down when an anxiety attack or panic attack gets you feeling like there is no light at the end of the tunnel.

Are you ready to take control of your anxiety?

Anxiety is a state of mind and body that is associated with feelings of fear, worry, uneasiness, dread, or nervousness. Although a certain degree of anxiety is a normal part of life, when it occurs too often, too severely, or is unmanageable, anxiety can be classified as a disorder. If you are concerned about how your level of anxiety is impacting your day-to-day life, relationships, or physical health, it may be time to take action.

Dr. Laurie-Ann O’Connor, Ed.D.Post-Doctoral Psychology Intern, Psychotherapist, Certified Trauma Professional, Author

Dr. Laurie-Ann O’Connor, has graduate degrees in both clinical and counseling psychology as well as postdoctoral training as a trauma professional. Dr. O’Connor’s writings have appeared in newspapers, professional trade magazines, and peer-revi...

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Family stress you out during the holidays? Here's what to do

Uncle Al is always late. Your cousin Jeff always has something sarcastic to say. Your sister Brenda always wants to be the center of attention. Your father drinks too much. Oh, the holidays! Holidays are stressful enough -- buying gifts, crowded malls, finding a parking space, decorating the house, getting cards mailed, making food. Families can bring so much joy to our lives during the holidays. However, there are certain family members that year after year put the Bah in Bah Humbug. Here are some dos and don’ts to cope with family stress at holiday time. 

Frank J. Sileo, PhDLicensed Psychologist

Dr. Frank J. Sileo is a New Jersey licensed psychologist and is the Founder and Executive Director of The Center for Psychological Enhancement, LLC located in Ridgewood, New Jersey. He received his Doctorate in psychology from Fordham University...

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Ensuring your loved one with PTSD doesn't fall into substance abuse

Dr. Alyssa Gilston Psychology Professor Kaplan University School of Social & Behavioral Sciences

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that occurs after a person experiences a frightening and dangerous event, such as an accident or natural disaster, physical or sexual abuse or the sudden harm or loss of a loved one. PTSD is frequently found with members of our armed forces and Veterans who have been on active duty. It is not uncommon for those with PTSD to use substances in order to deal with their problems by smoking, drinking and using both legal and illegal substances.

Dr. Alyssa GilstonPsychology Professor

Dr. Gilston has been teaching undergraduate and graduate psychology courses for more than 10 years. Her clinical experience is with adults with addictions and mental illness and includes providing cognitive and personality assessment, as well as...

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Recognizing signs of PTSD and how you can help your loved one

Dr. Alyssa Gilston Psychology Professor Kaplan University School of Social & Behavioral Sciences

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an anxiety disorder that develops after a person experiences a dangerous event. PTSD can affect any person at any age, including those who have been in an accident or natural disaster, those who have suffered sexual or physical abuse, and especially war veterans. Individuals with PTSD will often feel scared and stressed even after the dangerous event is over and when they’re no longer in actual danger. Some people develop PTSD after the sudden death of a loved one, or even after a loved one is harmed or has been involved in a dangerous event.

Dr. Alyssa GilstonPsychology Professor

Dr. Gilston has been teaching undergraduate and graduate psychology courses for more than 10 years. Her clinical experience is with adults with addictions and mental illness and includes providing cognitive and personality assessment, as well as...

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Control your emotions and reduce anxiety without therapy

Frank Healy Licensed Professional Counselor, Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory Associates For Life Enhancement

Do you get sad, or angry, or worry about things excessively? Have you ever felt tired of feeling miserable? This article will show you ways to let go of feelings that you do not want to hold on to but can’t seem to let go of. Doing this will help you reduce feelings of unexpected anxiety, sadness, anger, and worry, so that you can learn to live in the present moment and enjoy your life.

Frank HealyLicensed Professional Counselor, Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory

Frank Healy is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of New Jersey. He counsels people with depression and anxiety. He has Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory. He remembers every day of his life since he was six years old. This incl...

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Simple tips to help manage anxiety and stay in control

Anxiety can be a very frightening feeling. People often describe anxiety as an all consuming feeling which often interferes with the daily functions and overall quality of life. You are not alone. If you or someone you know is suffering from excessive worry, nervousness and/or panic attacks, there is help out there. Let’s get you started with some tools you could put into practice which can have a dramatic impact on your wellbeing and overall level of daily functioning.

Marcella Talignani, LCSWLicensed Psychotherapist

Marcella Talignani is a psychotherapist practicing in Brooklyn, New York. She has her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and is an MSW, LMSW, LCSW. She specializes in treating a very diverse population of all ages and ethnic backgrounds. She is a...

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Take charge and reduce stress on a daily basis with this advice

Exercising and training your brain to deal with everyday stressors is a great way to learn how to manage that stress effectively. The need for reducing stress is a daily occurrence. Stress affects our ability to be socially, physically, and emotionally ready for the challenges of everyday life, in and out of work. Here is some advice to help you think critically about your stressors, and ways to reduce the impact they have.

Gail PetersonBusiness Advisor

We are business advisors for the past 20-years throughout the United States. During our journey with a variety of businesses we discovered the stress of the business person and the toll it takes on not only them but their families and children. ...

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Talk to a therapist to help manage and overcome your anxiety

Almost everyone experiences some level of anxiety during their lifetime. In some cases, it is attributed to specific situations (e.g. giving a big presentation at work, moving to a new city, etc.) and resolves without professional intervention. In other cases, your anxiety may be uncontrollable, excessive, or irrational. When it becomes more than you can manage alone, seeking professional treatment can help you return to your balanced, anxiety-free self.

Amanda RothSocial Worker

Amanda is a clinical social worker (MSW, LICSW) who has worked with mentally ill adults in both in-patient hospital and community mental health settings. She also spent nearly three years as a social worker in one of the largest NICUs in the Pac...

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Overcome your fear of flying when nothing else seems to help

Most of information on the web on how to overcome fear of flying is useless. For example, tips that recommend relaxation exercises. They work on the ground; they don’t work in the air. What about therapy? Most therapist are trained to use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) which claims fear is a learned response caused by erroneous thoughts. But feelings are also caused by noises and motions, particularly the dropping of the plane in turbulence.

Captain Tom Bunn, L.C.S.W.President

Captain Bunn is a retired airline captain and licensed therapist who has specialized in the treatment of fear of flying since 1980....

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Stress relief advice to help you chill out and enjoy life

Millions of Americans report that they feel medium to high stress every single day –everyone has been there. Caught up in the stresses of maintaining a healthy work-life balance, people often don’t take a moment to slow down and listen to their bodies—until it is almost too late. In fact, stress has been linked to so many common diseases that it likely accounts for more than half of the nation’s health care related expenses.

Brian CurinPresident and Cofounder

Brian Curin, a.k.a. the Flip Flop Enthusiast, is the President and Co-Founder (size 10) of Flip Flop Shops, an Atlanta-based retail franchise exclusive to the hottest brands and latest styles of flip flops and sandals, as well as the President a...

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Hypnosis is a great way to help you overcome your fears

Colin Christopher Clinical Hypnotherapist and Author of Success Through Manipulation

Living in constant fear and worry is no way to live. It’s estimated that nearly 6.3 million Americans suffer with a diagnosed phobia, everything from a fear of public speaking and heights, to a fear of social situations or confined spaces. Fears and phobias are a real problem for the people who suffer, because they can severely interfere with life’s activities, not to mention they produce very uncomfortable bodily sensations including: trembling, shortness of breath, racing heart, dizziness, the urge to run, hot flashes or chills, negative thoughts and more.

Colin ChristopherClinical Hypnotherapist and Author of Success Through Manipulation

Over the last 14 years, Colin Christopher has been in front of over 500,000 people throughout North America and shared stages with world-class speakers like Bob Proctor, Steve Siebold and Brian Tracy. He’s a sought after authority in hypnosi...

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Confront and overcome your fears and phobias with this expert advice

Dawn Gluskin Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker, & Life Coach Dawnsense

Fear is something that exists only in our thoughts. Despite this fact, it feels very real and can paralyze us into not not living our best life or realizing our dreams. While some fears can be tangible such as fear of spiders or fear of the dark, most are born out of our own inadequacies: fear of failure, fear of not being good enough, fear of rejection. Sometimes it feels safest to just avoid whatever it is that we are afraid of so that we don’t get hurt. However, avoidance only deepens that fearful illusion and allows it to gain a tighter grip on us.

Dawn GluskinEntrepreneur, Author, Speaker, & Life Coach

Dawn Gluskin is a self-made entrepreneur turned author and coach who works with women to help them connect deeply with their intuition and make a huge impact in the world. Her signature style of practical business and life advice mixed in with s...

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Holistically uplift your mental state, reduce stress, and enjoy life

Mentality is defined as a way of thinking or the ability to think and learn. A clear mind is required. One common element that would prevent a person from flourishing mentally is stress. Stress is a universal occurrence that affects everyone with a pulse. It affects us physically, mentally, socially and emotionally. While we all face the same trials and tribulations, our bodies react differently when attacked by stress.

Four categories of stress and common symptoms:

Dr. Joy Ohayia, PhDTotal Wellness Practical Advisor

Dr. Joy is the television host of her own show, a highly sought after motivational speaker, an author and she created a 30-minute or less wellness regime DVD focusing on 3 wellness components: Nutrition, Mental, and Physical. As the producer ...

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Hidden stressors to be aware of to help you reduce anxiety and stress

There are many stressful triggers that can affect women and men alike throughout their daily lives. These things are normal everyday triggers that you can do to reduce stress in your life and become healthier overall. Simple changes to your diet, exercise, sleep, and reducing your toxin load can and will help you to reduce pain and stress in your life. Here are some hidden stressors you may not be aware of, that every woman needs to know about and correct.

Lani Anderson L.Ac. Holistic Practitioner

Holistic wellness practitioner supporting executives in achieving supreme health so they may reduce stress, increase productivity and energy, be more focused and possess greater cognitive well-being, vitality, creativity, and strength that allow...

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Manage your emotions to help you with stress, anxiety, and depression

For some, the college years and even those leading up to them may result in changes that can leave people feeling anxious, sad, stressed, hopeless, or unfocused. These feelings may be a normal part of the college experience, but they could also be something that requires help to overcome. In order to help promote emotional health and prevent suicide among college students, here is some expert advice on how to best understand your feelings.

Dr. Victor SchwartzMedical Director

Dr. Schwartz is the Medical Director for The Jed Foundation . Dr. Schwaartz has over 20 years of experience as a psychiatrist working in college mental health. He was medical director of NYU's Counseling Service, established a counseling center ...

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Practicing meditation can help you greatly reduce and manage stress

Dr. Lesley Phillips Meditation Teacher, Author, Intuitive Counsellor Lesley Phillips Services

Meditation helps calm the mind, reduce stress, and increases clarity and focus. There are even scientific papers that have demonstrated how meditation benefits physical, mental and emotional health. Meditation has also been used for thousands of years by spiritual adepts as a path to enlightenment and as a key for self knowledge, self development, and communication with higher powers.

Whatever your reason for learning to meditate, here is some useful advice to get you started.

Dr. Lesley PhillipsMeditation Teacher, Author, Intuitive Counsellor

Dr. Lesley Phillips is a speaker, author, workshop leader, meditation teacher, healer and clairvoyant reader. She began her career as a PhD scientist and business woman in the biotechnology industry. However Lesley was always interested in me...

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Manage and reduce stress by turning negative thoughts into positives

Kathy Gruver, PhD Host of The Alternative Medicine Cabinet and author of three books on health Alternative Medicine Cabinet

Stress is a killer in our society contributing to 60-80% of our doctor’s visits. We can’t escape the stress, but we can learn to change our reaction to it. Simple techniques that you can incorporate into your everyday life, just might make you healthier. Here are some yays and nays for your stress reduction.

Kathy Gruver, PhDHost of The Alternative Medicine Cabinet and author of three books on health

Dr. Kathy Gruver is the host of the national TV show based on her first award winning book, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet and has earned her PhD in Natural Health. Kathy was featured on Lifetime Television’s The Balancing Act in 2011 speaking...

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Reduce and manage stress at work and at home to enjoy life more

Working has its challenges and can certainly be a source of stress for many individuals. Managing stress is logical, however to actually implement a healthy self care plan and meet the demands of work while balancing home life and your health can be overwhelming. These tips can hopefully help with managing stress and become an essential part of your daily living.

Lisa Bahar, M.A., CCJP, LMFT, LPCCLicensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor

Lisa Bahar is a licensed marriage and family therapist and licensed professional clinical counselor, having received her graduate degree from Pepperdine University in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy and her Ba...

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Advice to help you heal from PTSD caused by sexual assault

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a clinical term for a group of symptoms experienced by people who have undergone trauma. PTSD usually occurs within three months of a traumatic experience, but sometimes can present years after the incident. After a traumatic event, it is typical to have feelings of anxiety, stress, or fear, making it difficult to adjust or cope for some time afterwards. In particular, survivors of sexual assault may experience severe feelings of anxiety, stress, or fear, known as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Dr. Vicki BolinaLicensed Psychologist

You can enter psychotherapy for a variety of reasons, all of which I can help you through - reduce emotional distress in order to regain a sense of fulfillment in life and/or restore the ability to function in daily activities, improve relations...

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Don't let an abusive past or trauma ruin your life

We all have things in our past we wish we could forget. But for some there are many things they wish they could forget or they have experienced something so traumatic that it seems to repeatedly cause a negative impact on their day to day life. In the counseling field, we call such events traumas. We all have traumas that have occurred, however, some have experienced multiple traumas or traumas that are so severe they impede the quality of daily life.

Zach Rawlings, MA, LPCChild, Individual, & Family Therapist

Zach holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is a Licensed Professional Counselor who primarily works with survivors of trauma and abuse in his private practice. In addition to practicing therapy, Zach is an adjunct f...

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Stressed out? Here is what you can do about it

An antelope will run from an attacking lion and do it with more speed and strength than he normally might have. This amazing “Fight or Flight” response is something that humans, and all mammals, share. It is hardwired into our very DNA. In this “do or die” scenario, our bodies will produce epinephrine, cortisol and norepinephrine,substances that will give us an immediate dose of energy and endurance – enough to, hopefully, outrun the proverbial lion.

Dr. Roger LandryMD, MPH

Dr. Roger Landry is a preventive medicine physician, author of award-winning Live Long, Die Short: A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging and President of Masterpiece Living, a group of multi-discipline specialists in aging who partner...

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Coping with ebola phobia: Reduce the anxiety and fear

John Tsilimparis, MFT Psychotherapist and Author of "Retrain Your Anxious Brain" The Anxiety and Panic Disorder Center

When we are faced with crisis situations of this magnitude, we get anxious and excessively worry because our sense of safety and security is threatened. We become fearful for ourselves and for our loved ones. For many of us this anxiety and worry is manageable, but for others it can become debilitating. If not addressed properly, the heightened anxiety could lead to future avoidance of public places and eventually, outright hysteria.

So here are tips to keep your perspective and to help you traverse through this time with a rational mind.

John Tsilimparis, MFT Psychotherapist and Author of "Retrain Your Anxious Brain"

JOHN TSILIMPARIS, MFT, author of Retrain Your Anxious Brain, is psychotherapist and leading authority on the dynamics of anxiety. He is the founder and director of The Anxiety and Panic Disorder Center of Los Angeles and is a clinical member of ...

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Meditative techniques throughout your workday can reduce stress

The long term stress that working professionals are experiencing in today’s environment is an epidemic that affects our population’s productivity, sense of fulfillment, and collective happiness. Individuals experiencing long term stress are more likely to be depressed, overweight, have an increased risk for certain cancers and diabetes, and suppress the ability for creative problem solving and making good decisions.

Arielle AdelmanLife & Wellness Coach, ACC

Arielle is a life and wellness coach for our contemporary society. By enabling people of all generations to learn to manage stress in the mind and body, Arielle teaches teens and adults how to lead a healthier existence by tuning out the noise o...

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Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) helps treat PTSD

Exposure to traumatic events can lead to PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), an anxiety disorder characterized by flashbacks of the traumatic event, avoidance of situations or settings that could serve as reminders of the trauma, emotional numbing and a tendency to isolate oneself from others. Those suffering from PTSD often live in a state of hyperarousal constantly on the alert for signs of threat or danger.

Susanne Breckwoldt, Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist

Susanne Breckwoldt, Ph.D. is a psychologist practicing in Cresskill, New Jersey and a children's book author. She works with a population of adolescents, adults, couples and families and has special training in hypnosis and EMDR. Dr. Breckwoldt'...

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Reduce your holiday stress and enjoy the season

We all know that Christmas classic: “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of The Year.” And in many ways it’s true. But for a lot of people, the holiday season is anything but “wonderful.” In fact, it’s a very stressful time that brings a lot of anxiety, depression, stress and many other uncomfortable symptoms.

If you are more prone to stress during the holiday season, fear not. By focusing on some simple dos and don’ts, the holidays can be truly enjoyable and stress free.

Dr. Prakash Masand M.D.Psychiatrist and CEO

Prakash Masand, M.D., is Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Global Medical Education (GME). He was also Consulting Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC. He previously served as Director of Th...

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Naturally manage stress and anxiety during the holiday season

While the holidays are a festive time of year, they can also bring on additional stress from family obligations, entertaining, cooking, shopping, and increased spending, all of which can leave you feeling overwhelmed. Here is some advice that will help you strengthen your nervous system and improve your ability to manage stress during the holiday season.

Paulina Nelega, RHClinical Herbalist

A registered clinical herbalist, Paulina Nelega is a published expert and educator who combines a contemporary understanding of herbal medicine with time-honored traditional wisdom. She has over 20 years of experience in helping individuals to a...

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Defeat anxiety by healing past memories and empowering yourself

Frank Healy Licensed Professional Counselor, Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory Associates For Life Enhancement

Anxiety is often caused by the lingering effects of negative memories. In this article, you will be given tools to help you identify which memories are unresolved and how you can use simple thinking tools to heal your anxiety.

Frank HealyLicensed Professional Counselor, Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory

Frank Healy is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of New Jersey. He counsels people with depression and anxiety. He has Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory. He remembers every day of his life since he was six years old. This incl...

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What you need to know about understanding and overcoming anxiety

Do you suffer from anxiety or fear? Do you feel blocked by worry and self-doubt, unable to make decisions and reach your true potential? Anxiety is called the epidemic of the 21st century. It is perceived as an unpleasant sensation inside of us, which causes us to believe we are in some kind of danger. Our heart beats faster, our breath shortens, muscles tighten, hair can stand up, hands sweat, and our whole body can start shaking. Anxiety can “attack” or “creep up” on us at the most inopportune moments, which makes us feel powerless and out of control.

Friedemann Schaub MD, PhDEmpowerment Expert and Author

Friedemann Schaub, MD, PhD, received his medical degree from the University of Munich and pursued a career in cardiology at the Munich University Hospital before moving to Seattle to pursue a doctorate in molecular biology from the University of...

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Holistically reduce anxiety by instilling a healthy lifestyle

Eudene Harry Medical Director Oasis Wellness & Rejuvenation Center

Anxiety affects approximately 40 million Americans or roughly 18 percent of the US population.

Eudene Harry Medical Director

Dr. Eudene Harry is currently Medical Director of Oasis Wellness & Rejuvenation Center in Orlando. She is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Holistic Medicine. She is author of Live Younger in 8 Simple Steps and Anxiety 101: A holistic ap...

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Expert advice for understanding and treating your anxiety disorder

Anxiety is a condition that affects many people, but we rarely hear about it. That’s because anxiety is often referred to as the “silent disorder” because there are no giveaways or “props” visible to the eye. What may seem invisible to some is certainly very real for those who suffer, as an anxiety disorder can serve as a major disruption in one’s personal and professional life.

Dr. Prakash Masand M.D.Psychiatrist and CEO

Prakash Masand, M.D., is Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Global Medical Education (GME). He was also Consulting Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University Medical Center in Durham, NC. He previously served as Director of Th...

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Manage and control stress by learning coping techniques

Dr. Soania Mathur Family Physician, Patient Advocate, Entrepreneur Hippylicious Inc.

Stress is defined as a state of emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances. This at least, is the negative connotation stress conveys most frequently. However not all stress is bad. For example, in a dangerous situation, a form of stress or fight – flight response can be beneficial for self-preservation. Or more commonly when we are faced with challenging situations such as a work deadline, stress can help you stay on track and complete what is required.

Dr. Soania MathurFamily Physician, Patient Advocate, Entrepreneur

Dr. Soania Mathur is a family physician living outside of Toronto, Ontario who had to resign her practice as a result of her Young Onset Parkinson's Disease a full twelve years after her diagnosis at age 27. Now she is a dedicated speaker, write...

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Expert advice for holistically reducing anxiety and learning to cope

Given the intense, fast-paced and high-stress nature of today’s culture, it is no surprise that many individuals are plagued by personal anxieties associated with an overwhelmingly strong pressure for success, productivity and perfection. That being said, there are personal steps and actions you can take to help reduce and prevent these feelings of emotional stress that threaten your overall health and well-being.

Dr. Michael Finkelstein, M.D. Board Certified Internist, Holistic Physician, and Author

Dr. Michael Finkelstein is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and a graduate of the Associate Fellowship Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona School of Medicine. He is also currently the Founder and Medical Di...

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Energy EFT and Emotrance can help your body heal from trauma

Susan Dorey Master Practitioner/Trainer of Energy EFT and Emo-Trance

Do you ever notice that sometimes you overreact to a situation and don’t know why? It could be something very minor, but to you it’s a big deal.

Do you suffer from unexplained pains in your body, or health issues that don’t get a proper diagnosis?

Are you suffering from stress, procrastination, depression, or just want more out of life?

Susan DoreyMaster Practitioner/Trainer of Energy EFT and Emo-Trance

Having been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis in 1999 Susan spent the years researching about ways to improve the immune system to allow the body to recover from RA. After 2 1/2 years of suffering severe pain and physical limitations she was a...

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Energy EFT Tapping Points

Susan Dorey Master Practitioner/Trainer of Energy EFT and Emo-Trance
Below are the EFT tapping points.
Susan DoreyMaster Practitioner/Trainer of Energy EFT and Emo-Trance

Having been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis in 1999 Susan spent the years researching about ways to improve the immune system to allow the body to recover from RA. After 2 1/2 years of suffering severe pain and physical limitations she was a...

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Reduce stress and anxiety by unleashing your happy hormones

You can unleash your happy hormones. The feelings we experience are nothing more than chemical reactions taking place inside our bodies.

How can you be happy? Learn to do and don't, so that you can unleash your happy hormones. Are you stressed and overwhelmed? Do you have anxiety and mood swings? This is a step by step guide to quickly bring your body's hormones into balance.

Cammi Balleck PH.DHappy Hormone Doctor

Cammi Balleck, Ph.D, is the author of Making Happy Happen and is a leading Happy Hormone Doctor. She specializes in teaching how to unleash your happy hormones naturally. She has 10 years experience and specializes in hormone balancing. Cammi's ...

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