02 Jan, 2023

How to Help Someone with Social Anxiety

Social anxiety disorder (SAD), also known as social phobia, is a common anxiety disorder that affects approximately 15 million American adults annually, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of… Read More
09 Oct, 2022

Chronic Pain and PTSD

Chronic pain and PTSD can be two very debilitating conditions. They can often intersect, making life even more difficult for the person suffering from them. Read More
10 Feb, 2022

Is OCD Common?

Skipping a family birthday party to clean your kitchen for the second time that day or being preoccupied with how canned food is stocked in the pantry could be signs… Read More
10 Feb, 2022

Is Anxiety Related to Insomnia?

You're tense, agitated, have low energy, suffer from rampant moodiness, and have trouble getting restful sleep. What's going on? Any number of conditions could be affecting your quality of life,… Read More
10 Feb, 2022

What is PTSD?

If you’re a military veteran who survived a combat situation, it may be normal to experience flashbacks or nightmares afterward. But if you’re an average person – teacher, office worker,… Read More
10 Feb, 2022

Anxiety and Breathing

You had a spirited disagreement with a co-worker and noticed your heartbeat was racing afterward. The following day, you woke up exhausted because you couldn’t sleep. These can be chalked… Read More
02 Dec, 2020

How To Stop Anxiety

Momentary anxiety is not just normal - it is an important evolutionary tool. It is our body’s way of letting us know that we may be in danger. Some people… Read More
02 Dec, 2020

Can OCD Be Cured?

Like all other mental health conditions, OCD does not have a known cure at this time. That said, there are treatments and forms of therapy that help alleviate the symptoms… Read More
23 Jan, 2019

Ketamine Infusion Treatments For PTSD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a disorder that occurs in some people after the occurrence of a highly stressful, shocking, scary, or traumatic event. Doctors do not know why certain people’s bodies react to stress to result in PTSD, but for those individuals, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can interrupt their day-to-day functioning and disrupt their lives.

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