Social Anxiety Triggers

If you fear being judged by others, are self-conscious in social situations, and the idea of meeting new people triggers anxiety, you may have social anxiety disorder if you’ve been having these feelings for more than six months.  According to the National Institute of Mental Health, “Social anxiety disorder is an intense, persistent fear of…


5 Lifestyle Choices For Better Mental Health

Medicine and therapy are the most common treatments for mental health problems like anxiety and depression, but lifestyle choices are often overlooked.   Psychology Today says, “That’s a lamentable oversight because lifestyle changes—things as simple as nutrition and exercise—can have a significant impact on quality of life, for any of us, but especially for those dealing with issues…


Reduce Stress! Review. Release. Live!

People are stressed out; it doesn’t look like things are getting better anytime soon. Money and economics are the leading cause of stress. In fact, the stress and anxiety we’re facing is growing into a national health crisis. Americans are one of the most stressed out in the world, according to 55% of Americans…


Are You Managing Stress Or Is Stress Managing You?

Stress affects everyone, even superheroes. There’s no escaping it.  According to The American Institute of Stress, about 33 percent of people report feeling extreme stress 77 percent of people experience stress that affects their physical health 73 percent of people have stress that impacts their mental health  48 percent of people have trouble sleeping because of…

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Scheduling Anxiety Away

Today, to help us better understand anxiety, we are pleased to chat with Temple Grandin, professor, inventor, best-selling author and the first person to unveil insights from inside the autistic brain. She’ll be joined by Michael Leip, inventor of the Panda Planner, who overcame a series of health challenges by applying evidence-based strategies to become and stay happy. Featured Material  

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Fit Body – Mind – Soul – Boot Camp

When the masses panic, some see opportunity. Some even find purpose in panic. Bedros Keuilian, the CEO of Fit Body Boot Camp, is one of those rare individuals. In the midst of the 2008 financial crisis, he revolutionized gym franchising, landing on Entrepreneur Magazine’s list of top 15 franchises and Inc. 5000’s fastest growing businesses. But he’s overcome far more than economic hardship. A political refugee at age 6, he escaped a Communist country, suffered sexual molestation, anxiety, depression and panic attacks and managed to achieve a net worth of over $200 million while still being a happily-married family man.

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