Anxiety is the most common mental illness, it effects about 40 million Americans. If you haven’t been diagnosed with anxiety chances are you still experience stress in your everyday life. Practicing yoga is a great stress relief, with each breathe you feel your body let go of worry, tension, and anxieties. The focus yoga puts [...]
The holidays are all about spending time with your family and friends. That’s why it’s such a special time, right? Well, let’s be honest; that’s also why it’s such a difficult time. Stress rates spike, family altercations increase, and you somehow find yourself in tears after what should have been a lovely dinner.
We learn from a young age to compare ourselves to others. It’s not always harmful. Often, it’s our greatest motivator to grow and develop. But unchecked, comparison can also undermine joy and wallop our emotional wellbeing.
People who suffer from mental illness will find that many mental disorders have a horrible knack of getting into every crevice of a person’s life. Pretty soon, disorders like depression, anxiety, and bipolar can chip away at a person’s sense of self and make accomplishing even the most basic tasks in day-to-day life feel like enormous mountains to climb.
There usually isn't just one thing that can place you in the throws of a panic attack, it can happen at any time really.