Having a baby can be one of life’s most exciting and rewarding experiences, but for a new mother it can also be an emotional rollercoaster – sometimes you’re up, and other times you’re down.
Worried brains can reduce anxiety levels by learning to respond to everyday situations in a less threatening way, according to new research published by The University of Western Australia and the University of Virginia.
Fears for the future of life on Earth are different to other forms of anxiety, and require a different response.
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Lachlan Cornell Life can be exhausting. Most of us lead busy lives, trying to juggle 19 things at once – usually with little success. Even if you consider yourself a multi-tasking wizard, there are always ways to improve your productivity and efficiency. And LSD might just turn out to be one of the best ways. […]
Lachlan Cornell Anxiety is very common, especially among younger people. Often people who experience anxiety are reluctant to seek support because they brush it off as nothing serious or don’t believe there is an issue. A survey of 1449 people, conducted by Beyond Blue, found that two out of five people who checked their symptoms […]
Burnout is a common term thrown around in the business world. To some, it seems unavoidable, as if it were just accepted that this happens if you work a full-time job. This, however, is far from the case and there are some blindingly simple solutions that can help you snuff burnout from your vocabulary. Scary […]