Exercises to Do When You Feel Anxious

By Conqueror Team When stress affects your brain and its many nerve connections, the rest of the body is affected as well. Alternatively, if your body feels better, so will your mind. Exercise and other forms of physical activity release endorphins, which are chemicals in the brain that work as natural painkillers. They also enhanceContinue reading Exercises to Do When You Feel Anxious

9 Healthy Ways of Coping With PTSD Anxiety

By Matthew Tull, PhD  People with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) often struggle with frequent and intense symptoms of anxiety. These strong symptoms of anxiety often lead people with PTSD to rely on unhealthy ways of coping, such as through drug or alcohol use.1 Fortunately, there are a number of healthy ways of coping with anxiety. These strategies may help reduceContinue reading “9 Healthy Ways of Coping With PTSD Anxiety”

Conquering An Anxious Mind.

By Mark Weeks Your mind will never improve by chance, you must keep it in shape, like a muscle – it must be worked positively, nourished and rested often. And, your life long quest is to remain vigilant to what you let enter into it. That is, if you wish to live with reduced anxiety,Continue reading “Conquering An Anxious Mind.”

Social Anxiety Activities to Get Better

By Arlin Cuncic Social anxiety activities are those things you can do to challenge your anxiety. ​Social anxiety disorder (SAD) is estimated to affect around 12% of the population at some point in their lives.1 People with SAD suffer in all areas of their lives; they have trouble making friends and maintaining friendships, finding life partners, finding workContinue reading “Social Anxiety Activities to Get Better”

Conquering An Anxious Mind.

By Mark Weeks Your mind will never improve by chance, you must keep it in shape, like a muscle – it must be worked positively, nourished and rested often. And, your life long quest is to remain vigilant to what you let enter into it. That is, if you wish to live with reduced anxiety,Continue reading “Conquering An Anxious Mind.”

4 Ways to Stop Worrying and Start Living From an Ancient Indian Story

By Madhumita Prabhakar Let me tell you a story from the Mahabharata, one of the most famous classical Indian epics.  At the beginning of this story, five princes, known as the Pandava, have been banished from their kingdom for 13 long years. These princes–Yudhishtira, Bheema, Arjuna, Nakula, and Sahadeva–are living in a forest, surviving on aContinue reading “4 Ways to Stop Worrying and Start Living From an Ancient Indian Story”

Reduce Stress, Anxiety & Fatigue in 28 Days!

A Little Self-Love. If you already take a daily multivitamin—add the following benefits to the list of reasons to maintaining the healthy habit: You’ll cut your stress, anxiety, and levels of fatigue, according to new research published in Psychosomatic Medicine.​Researchers in the USA analysed eight studies of 1,300 adults taking a multivitamin supplement for at least 28 days, andContinue reading “Reduce Stress, Anxiety & Fatigue in 28 Days!”

6 Coping Skills to Work Through Grief

Hope Gillette is a freelance writer and published novelist. She’s passionate about providing accurate, empathetic mental health content for readers, and believes writing can help combat stigma and improve wellness outcomes. Feeling overwhelmingly sad may be a natural reaction to loss. But what do you do when the emotion stops you in your tracks? LossContinue reading “6 Coping Skills to Work Through Grief”

6 Tips To Overcoming Anxiety and Phobias

Sherry Amatenstein, LCSW is a New York City-based therapist and author of three books including The Complete Marriage Counselor and Love Lessons from Bad Breakups.  Do fear and anxiety keep you from dealing with unavoidable situations and emotions? These expert tips will help you overcome a paralyzing pattern of behavior It is human nature to avoid emotions thatContinue reading “6 Tips To Overcoming Anxiety and Phobias”

Mental Health Issues at Work Are Incredibly Embarrassing (I Hid Mine for Decades)

This moment makes me extremely emotional. Most of my career was spent fighting an invisible battle in my head every single day. Things got so dark that I contemplated leaving the workforce forever and living with an elderly relative who survived on government benefits. Thinking about what could have happened if I kept going downContinue reading “Mental Health Issues at Work Are Incredibly Embarrassing (I Hid Mine for Decades)”