Thursday, 10 August 2017

Test Anxiety and How to Avoid It

Exam time and test time is a very stressful time for students. Test anxiety is a common problem among students and it does not discriminate for age. Mature students at the college and university level experience test anxiety, as do first and second graders preparing for their first spelling bee. This article is going to explore test anxiety and offer some solutions as to how you can deal with it. Anxiety during or shortly before exams, tests, or quizzes is fairly common and in fact, normal and to be expected. When the test anxiety begins to affect task performance, or

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Wednesday, 9 August 2017


The first thing you will want to do is to take a trip to the local health food store or natural foods market. There, you will want to locate the section which has the Bach Flower remedies. They have a chart which has detailed descriptions of what emotional concern each different remedy treats. Find at least 3 remedies. You will also want to purchase 2 teas by Celestial Seasonings ~ Tension Tamer ~ Chamomile Drink the tea, alternating types, throughout the day. Make sure you drink at least 6 cups of tea per day. Take the remedies as needed throughout

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What Can Be Done About Depression

There have been several classes of drugs that have shown clear efficacy in treating the symptoms that define depression. All of these drugs have something in common. They all affect the action of one or more of a few neurotransmitters in the brain, specifically, norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine. Although these transmitters are closely related to each other and, in fact, convert from one to another, they stimulate somewhat different receptor sites in the brain. It appears that increasing the responses of the receptors to these transmitters has effects on many of the symptoms of depression. Different transmitters affect different symptoms,

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Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Opening Up About My Depression

About Half a Life Lived with Mental Illness I would imagine there are some four-hundred pages. My files are in two large yellow envelopes, sitting in a stack of other important documents near my desk. Just a few months ago I got on the phone and called all of the various hospitals where I had been treated at for my mental illness. I requested all of my treatment records. So far, the records I have are just in-patient records –glimpses of personal crisis and my hospitalizations. I’ve glanced at them. I’ve made a note of how they appear. I haven’t

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Public Speaking Anxiety

Scientific studies show that the most common form of Social Phobia is Public Speaking Anxiety. This phobia translates in an irrational panic of public speechmaking or oral presentation. Its symptoms are as much physical as they are psychological and range from a shaky voice to cold hands, dizziness and a rapid heartbeat among others. The same studies showed that most people suffering from Public Speaking Anxiety tend to have a low level of self-esteem. Many psychologists agree that one factor is responsible for the other but a satisfactory conclusion was never reached and we can continue to debate this problem

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Monday, 7 August 2017

Depression Isn’t for Sissies

Asking for Help is Hard but Receiving Proper Treatment is Extremely Rewarding The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that about 20% to 25% of the population experience at least one episode of depression. When reading the statistics that women are twice as likely to be depressed as men because of various hormone changes throughout their lives and added stresses involved with raising a child alone, it’s no wonder why I hit rock bottom. Although I can laugh about it now, depression is definitely not a laughing matter. For some reason, I had an unhealthy mentality that I needed to

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Do you or someone you know battle with depression? This question I’ve often heard asked on info commercials for various anti-depression medications, or even in regards to a medical facility that is being advertised. However, something that is often neglected to be mentioned within these commercials and various advertisement literature is the fact being often severe depression is not the problem of just one individual. Depression when it occurs, lingering longer than just a short-term case of the blues or depressed state due to circumstances, has already affected the individual family. If the depression is caused due to both circumstances

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