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Posts Tagged ‘anxiety research’

By On March 15th, 2016

Could Anxiety Fundamentally Alter a Person’s Perception?

Anxiety can do a lot more than just make a person uncomfortable. It can cause severe social deficiencies, make it difficult to build lasting and meaningful relationships, and even affect a person’s ability to perform in school or work. Now, new research says anxiety may even fundamentally change how a person perceives the world. A…

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By On July 30th, 2015

Is Stomach Bacteria Causing Depression and Anxiety?

People who struggle with depression are often told “it’s all in your head” by people who don’t understand mental illness and underestimate the severe reality of depression. But, while depression isn’t all in your head, a new study suggests a significant factor in depression and anxiety may be in your stomach. Researchers from the Farncombe…

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By On June 22nd, 2015

Is Sitting Giving You Anxiety?

New research published in the open-access journal BMC Public Health has found anxiety may be linked to something you are probably doing this very moment – sitting down. “Anecdotally we are seeing an increase in anxiety symptoms in our modern society, which seems to parallel the increase in sedentary behavior,” said Megan Teychenne, lead researcher…

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