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Using NAD for Anxiety Treatment and Relief

It’s normal and natural to feel anxiety, as it’s a crucial response to dangerous or risky situations. The fight-or-flight response has helped humans survive and thrive throughout history. However, feeling anxiety when there is no threat can be debilitating in day-to-day life. Anxiety disorders affect millions of people, and getting treatment is an important step…

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The Relationship Between Anxiety and Slurred Speech

Anxiety disorders affect millions of Americans each year. These disorders can cause a wide variety of symptoms, including fatigue, headaches, and insomnia. Sadly, only a fraction of these millions will ever receive treatment for their mental health conditions, and most will deal with these symptoms alone. The stigma surrounding mental health disorders can make it…

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Tips for Overcoming Social Anxiety

Many people feel at least somewhat anxious in social situations. People with these feelings generally remain healthy and functional most of the time. However, in some cases, anxiety grows strong enough to interfere with the ability to function. If this is true for you, you may have an illness called social anxiety disorder. An anxiety…

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5 Signs and Symptoms of an Anxiety Attack

Anxiety is a common experience for many people. In limited amounts, it produces feelings that won’t harm your mental health. However, serious anxiety can have a disruptive, negative influence on your ability to function. If your feelings rise to this level, an anxiety treatment program can help you regain your sense of equilibrium. One potential…