Covid-19 has caused many mental health issues for people. These issues affect not only those who have Covid-19 but everyone. Depression, anxiety, and stress are growing concerns during this pandemic. To help us deal with [More]
This video describes eight myths regarding panic attacks. A panic attack is a period of intense fear anxiety and worry that also has physical symptoms associated with it like increased heart rate, trembling, dizziness, and [More]
And now it’s time for another Wellness 101 – How to Stop a Panic Attack…presented by St. Luke’s University Health Network! Panic attacks are truly terrifying experiences that affect nearly 2.5 million Americans every year. [More]
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Dr Becky Spelman discusses how panic disorder can be treated effectively using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and provides information about what’s involved in the treatment.
Psychotherapy throws important light on what causes panic attacks. Often there’s a desire to sabotage one’s performance in order to remain loyal to something or someone in one’s past. If you’re considering therapy, visit us [More]
This is the harrowing moment a mum suffers a full-on panic attack – as her children play innocently in the background. Can you relate to Sophie? Remember, you are not alone! The Channel Mum psychologist [More]
Ataques de pánico: Este video es una breve instrucción de lo que es un ataque de pánico, los síntomas y los recursos para obtener ayuda por Natalie Arbid. Panic attack: a brief instruction to what [More]
Subscribe and 🔔 to OFFICIAL BBC YouTube 👉 https://bit.ly/2IXqEIn Stream original BBC programmes FIRST on BBC iPlayer 👉 https://bbc.in/2J18jYJ Dr Chris and Dr Xand Van Tulleken investigate what mental health is and why things can [More]
Alison Sommer graduated from Carleton with a degree in Asian Studies, and now works as an academic technologist at Macalester College. She believes that awareness is the first step to improving problems within mental health [More]