How to Tell If You Have An Anxiety Disorder

Do you think you can tell the difference between regular stress and an anxiety disorder? Would you know where to go if you did think you had an anxiety disorder? Find out how to recognize and cope with anxiety here!

Learning to Face Your Fears: Phobia Treatment

It's surprising how much the fear of a single object can dominate one's life. Phobias can keep people from living the life they want to, making them feel unable to try new things. Find out what treatments are being investigated for people who have phobias.

Chronic Stress May Cause Further Anxiety

Feeling stressed out all the time, or even most of the time, can take a toll on your body. You've probably experienced this before: sleepless nights, poor concentration, and unstable moods can all result from too much stress. But how does stress affect your brain?

Trypophobia: Surprisingly Unsettling Fear You’ve Never Heard Of

If you have emetophobia, you know that most people have never heard of it. A phobia can be a lot harder to deal with when it is not very well studied or understood. Find out about another unusual fear that can dominate someone's life.

Is Your Brain Equipped to Reduce Your Anxiety?

Certain parts of your brain are associated with increased anxiety and worry. But could your brain also contain what it needs to reduce anxiety? Read what researchers have found here.

Strange Fears: Phobias That May Surprise You

A phobia can cause someone extreme discomfort, stress and fear. If you're reading this, you have probably already experienced the aggravation and anxiety that come with emetophobia. Come find out more about rare phobias here.

Why Anxiety and Stress are Highly Contagious

Even if your own anxiety or stress levels are fairly low, encountering high anxiety and stress from other folks can heightened yours rather quickly. Read on to find out why!

Can Computers Help Cure People with Phobias?

Trying to recover from a phobia can be frustrating and difficult. This is especially true if the traditional methods of treatment don't seem to work for you. Find out how a new program is helping to make phobias less of a burden for people.