Anxiety (Panic Disorders, Phobias)

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Anxiety (Panic Disorders, Phobias)
Mental & Emotional Health
Spiritual Health

Prayer Eases Anxiety for Some, But Not All

Posted by Sondra Forsyth

For many people with anxiety-related disorders, prayer doesn't ease the symptoms. That’s the finding of research done at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. What seems to matter is the type of attachment a person feels toward God. According to the Baylor study, those who prayed to a loving and supportive God whom they thought would be there to comfort and protect them in times of need were less likely to show symptoms of anxiety-related disorders such as irrational worry, fear, self-consciousness, dread in social situations, and obsessive-compulsive behavior.

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Aging Well
Anxiety (Panic Disorders, Phobias)
Depression
Mental & Emotional Health
Well-being

How to Think Yourself Young

Posted by Jon Yaneff

By Jon Yaneff If you think you’re old, you will inevitably feel like it, too by unknowingly holding yourself back from aging well. As you get older, your mentality around health and wellness may begin to deteriorate, but here’s the number one anti-aging secret to staying young: “What you think, you become.” If you think of yourself as young, and continue to act like it through a healthy lifestyle and regular exercise, you’ll continue aging well and can even live longer.