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What is separation anxiety disorder in adults?

2018-06-09T09:41:25+00:00 June 9th, 2018|Categories: Adult, Anxiety, Uncategorized|

Separation anxiety is part of development for young children, but it may also occur in adults. Unfounded fear concerning one's self or family, difficulty sleeping, and depression are some of the symptoms. Treatment involves learning management strategies and therapy. Source: What is separation anxiety disorder in adults?

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Wealth Reduces Anxiety

2018-06-26T06:46:03+00:00 February 2nd, 2018|Categories: Anxiety, Uncategorized|

Wealth Accumulation Reduces Anxiety Among Seniors https://psychcentral.com/news/2018/02/02/wealth-accumulation-reduces-anxiety-among-seniors/132044.html

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New Neurons In the Brain Keep Anxiety at Bay

2018-06-26T06:59:19+00:00 January 31st, 2018|Categories: Anxiety, Uncategorized|

The adult brain generates neurons every day. These cells help us to distinguish one memory from another—a finding that could lead to novel treatments for anxiety disorders http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/a-connected-world-possible-antianxiety-therapies-water-reuse-and-nobel-laureates/?wt.mc=SA_App-Share

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How threatening information invades the working memory of anxious people

2018-06-26T07:31:02+00:00 September 9th, 2017|Categories: Anxiety, Book, Mental Health, Psychology, UpLoadedMe|

Anxious people tend to perceive their world in a more threatening way. Now, a team of neuroscientists have shed new light on why the brains of anxious individuals tend to misallocate memory resources to process threat-related information. “Our findings may help explain the reasons why people continue to worry, ruminate, stay vigilant, or feel distressed

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