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The latest research on anxiety treatment. Mental illnesses such as depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and anxiety have become very prevalent in recent years. While anxiety tends to be less visible compared to other mental illness, its effects can sometimes be just as troubling. One-quarter of Australians will experience an anxiety condition in their lifetime. […]
Anxiety has become a fixture of modern day life, but nobody is alone in their suffering. Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia. Over 2 million Australian adults have an anxiety disorder, and about 6% of Australians will be diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) over their lifetimes. One in five people […]
Anxiety and panic disorders are complex, with both biological and psychosocial causes. Managing symptoms with these seven tips will help pave the way towards a thriving, anxious-free life. 1. Exercise regularly If anybody could condense the benefits of exercise down into a single pill, it would very likely be the closest thing to a panacea […]
Accept what is out of your personal control, and then commit to value-guided mindful action that enriches your life. What is ACT? “The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I change” -Carl Rogers, On Becoming A Person Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a type of behavioural therapy […]
Cultivating a mindfulness meditation practice is a very powerful antidote to anxiety symptoms. Mindfulness has become a catchphrase in today’s wellness culture. It used all across the board for increasing productivity at work all the way to coping with trauma, mental illness, and physical illness. However, mindfulness meditation has a rich lineage and history attached […]
Polyvagal Theory is a comprehensive evolutionary model for understanding and treating anxiety and panic disorders. General anxiety disorder and panic disorders are two of the most common mental conditions in Australia and around the world. The difference between the two is that anxiety disorders are mainly characterised by excessive worry brought about from perceived threats; […]