Both the responses of students at public, four-year colleges and universities, and those at community colleges, paralleled this survey's overall percentages, suggesting COVID concerns resonated across the board.
The return to in-person gatherings is upon us and many are anxious about in-person socializing, either due to virus concerns or just getting back to having face-to-face interactions. Here are some tips that can help.
We are living in unusual times, and we all need to find a way to deal with increased anxiety. As we are learning how to deal with new normal, here are some easy ways to destress and cope with our new normal.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in the United States or about 18% of the population. Although anxiety is highly treatable only about a third of those suffering receive treatment. Here are ten tips t o help manage anxiety.
Anxiety can be paralyzing at times, especially when it comes unexpectedly. The sudden rush of high emotions and nerves can cause you to sweat, be shaky, or feel sick to your stomach. What most people don't realize is that anxiety attacks and panic attacks are two different things.
Hey, we all feel it from time to time. In today’s modern world, the combination of work and life can often be really stressful. Our body responds to stress with the fight-or-flight response, good for reacting quickly in an emergency or during physical events like sports.
People who struggle with worrying know that trying to stop will mostly likely only cause them to stew even more. Most of us worry about something from time to time, but how do you know when you are actually worrying too much?