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Coping with anxiety without prolonged use of medicines

Coping with anxiety without prolonged use of medicines

Overwhelming feelings, such as excessive worry, nervousness, irrational fears and apprehensiveness, lead to unpleasant physical sensation, muscle tension, dizziness or shortness of breath. Such changes can prove to be debilitating if they prolong for a long period. Though the occurrence of such negative thoughts and imaginations is beyond one’s control and reach, he or she can effectively overcome them by following some measures that are effective in calming a disturbed mind.

People suffering from an anxiety disorder often stretch their mind so much by ruminating about things that they find it difficult to switch moods and relax. In fact, sometimes they […]

Study tests efficacy of phone-based collaborative care in easing anxiety symptoms

Study tests efficacy of phone-based collaborative care in easing anxiety symptoms

A phone-based collaborative care program is significantly more effective in alleviating symptoms of panic disorder and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) than typical care aimed at improving individuals’ physical and mental well-being, anxiety and mood disorder symptoms. These were the findings of a study led by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine as part of the Reduce Limitations from Anxiety (RELAX) trial sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The study was published online in the March 2017 issue of the Journal of General Internal Medicine (JGIM).

For the study, the researchers recruited 329 participants, aged between 18 […]