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Whether you have a history of panic attacks or you consider yourself cool as a cucumber, anxiety happens to everyone. Seriously. And while there are certainly longer-term solutions, sometimes you just need a quick fix for when you’re feeling particularly stressed. Enter these 29 little ways to calm anxiety, from commenting on a friend’s Instagram post to making a cup of green tea.
Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, is a way to help people with a broad variety of mental illnesses and emotional difficulties. Psychotherapy can help eliminate or control troubling symptoms so a person can function better and can increase well-being and healing.
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Ginkgo biloba is an antioxidant-rich herb used to enhance brain health and treat a variety of conditions. Although dietary supplements typically contain extracts of the plant's leaves, ginkgo biloba seeds are commonly used for healing purposes in traditional Chinese medicine.
Ginkgo contains numerous flavonoids, compounds which proponents suggest can protect against aging-related issues such as dementia by improving blood flow to the brain, among other benefits.
Central Florida Behavioral Hospital is here to be a beacon of help and hope for children, adolescents, and adults suffering from mental health and substance abuse disorders. The services at our behavioral health hospital in Orlando, FL, help patients gain the skills they need to walk the path to recovery. We use specialized treatments and supportive services to provide comprehensive inpatient and outpatient programs. All of them feature evidence-based therapies that meet the individual needs of our patients.
Losing someone is hard. Whether from natural causes or an accident, outliving someone brings some emotions that seem unbearable. Survivor’s guilt is a psychological phenomenon that many first responders – soldiers, firefighters, police – and even average people may experience after the death of someone near them or after experiencing a traumatic event.
Although survivor’s guilt can manifest itself differently from one person to the next, it often involves feelings of sadness, shock, and sometimes even a feeling of responsibility. Understanding how survivor’s guilt develops, how to cope with it, and where to seek treatment is essential for overcoming this difficult syndrome.
5 Subtle Ways to Tune In To Your Body and Soothe Your Stress by Linda Graham (www.advice.theshineapp.com)
Stuff happens. You spill your coffee before your Zoom presentation. You misplace your phone—again—right when it's time to make an important call. You accidentally delete that email.
These mini-disasters create quite a startle in your nervous system—a rush of adrenaline that helps ready your body for “fight or flight,” our natural defense against perceived danger. But if your body is hit with adrenaline for every little thing that goes wrong in life, it can tax your capacity to cope, making recovery from future setbacks like these even more difficult.
Luckily, it’s possible to strengthen your own "body-based somatic intelligence" to quickly respond to and recover from any sense of threat to your safety or wellbeing.
What is somatic intelligence? It’s understanding how your body responds to danger and using that knowledge to support your body as you go through life—which, if you’re human, is bound to be filled with at least some adversity.
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