Social anxiety disorder, or social phobia, is a common phenomenon in which individuals have an excessive fear or anxiety of social situations such as speaking publicly, eating or drinking in front of others, talking on the telephone, etc. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), approximately 15 million American adults are affected by social anxiety disorder. Read more
Don’t Settle For a Life of Mental Illness and Addiction
Contradicting some past studies that linked marijuana or cannabis to depression and anxiety, a recent research at the Columbia University has revealed that the drug use in adults does not lead to anxiety disorders or depressive symptoms. Read more
Perhaps everyone has heard of the Type A and Type B personalities. Type A’s are known to be overachievers, competitive in nature, always pressed for time and not surprisingly more stressed and more prone to a heart attack. The Type B personality is more even-keeled and laid-back, and prefers to live in the moment rather than compete for a successful future. Type A’s tend to be successful at work due their drive and dedication. Type B’s can become more successful by setting goals. One is not necessarily better than the other and many people can display qualities of both personality types.