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The Impact of Physical Illness on Mental Health

While there have been many advances made in the mental health field over the last quarter century, with mental health professionals acknowledging more and more mental illnesses and how they develop, one aspect of mental health is still not widely discussed. This is the actual impact that physical illness has on one’s mental health.

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Lower Back Pain Causes, Symptoms, Treatments and Exercises

One of the very common medical problems is low back pain. Lower back pain is pain felt and travels in the ribs particularly in the back or in the upper part of legs. This pain starts suddenly and could be the follow up of strain or an injury. Sometimes the pain may not have anatomical cause. Sit up or turn over posture may be difficult and the worse could be bending or sitting. Even a sneeze or a cough can be painful.

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Can You Identify Hypertension Symptoms

Did you know you can have hypertension and not even be aware of it? Hypertension symptoms are often nonexistent or very vague and difficult to detect in persons who have uncomplicated, primary hypertension. This means a hypertension sufferer may walk around for years accumulating damage to his or her internal organs from an elevated blood pressure and still have no symptoms at all.

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Why Anxiety Attack Symptoms Can Ruin Your Life If You Don't Do Anything

Anxiety symptoms affect millions worldwide but it becomes a problem when it affects a person's day-to-day living. Treatment options are available however, many choose not to seek help deciding instead to live with anxiety. If you suffer anxiety symptoms and haven't at least visited your medical professional for initial advice in dealing with it, then you should know that unless you're capable of preventing the symptoms from affecting your work, social life or relationships, it will more than likely continue to dominate your life.

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The Relationships Between Menopause and Panic Attacks

As more and more women are having menopause even at an early age, they may be quietly suffering from anxiety attacks. Read on to fnd out what are their relationships and understand what are the tips for handling such complex health disorders. Finding knowledge on panic attacks, menopause and different psychological issues can be a difficult and daunting task, especially noted the rather uneasy subject stuff of the topic.

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How Anxiety Attack Symptom Can Affect You Without You Knowing It

If you are reading this article because you think you may have experienced an anxiety attack symptom, read on. Many people go through some form of anxiety in their lives at some stage brought on by a myriad of reasons. The scenario is usually the same; pounding heart, shortness of breath, feeling lightheaded and faint and an intense fear; one of losing control over a situation.

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Break Free of Anxiety and Obsessive Thoughts

Have you ever felt like your mind was spinning on a hamster wheel? You know; you get caught in an endless loop, running over the same old fears again and again, feeling unable to just stop the ride and get off? I think we have all felt this way at one time or another, and if you have a history of anxiety or panic issues, you have surely done a few laps on the old hamster wheel. I know I have!

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Learn About Headaches

Headache statistics in United States are shocking. According to the American Headache Society, every ten seconds a person enters an emergency room due to severe pain related to a headache or migraine; more than one billion dollars is spent on over-the-counter drugs purchased to treat headaches and migraines; and lost work because of suffering from the migraine disease costs annually more than thirteen million dollars only in the United States.

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Black Cohosh - Health Benefits to Women

Black cohosh (Cimicifuga racemosa) is a perennial plant whose gnarled root has been used as treatment for various "female problems" for many years. It is well documented that generations of American women have relied on black cohosh to relieve the symptoms of female specific discomforts, from PMS and menstrual cramps to menopausal symptoms.

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Migraine Help Has Come To You

For many years, many unfortunate people around the world have suffered from migraine headaches which could suddenly attack and temporarily incapacitate the victims. They also realized the ugly facts that they are helpless towards any form of preventions before it comes or to stop it after it attacks.

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The Hidden Links Between Depression And Heart Disease

While there are tales of people dying of a broken heart, such sayings have long been relegated to the fantasy bin. However, recent research has shown that there are true connections between depression and heart disease. Depression was once considered to be only a psychological disorder with no physiological underpinnings.

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What are the Symptoms of Panic Attacks

As a sudden attack of intensive fear, panic attack is often abrupt an often appear without apparent cause. Typically an attack last ten minutes and in severe cases are characterized by a period of waning and waxing every few minutes that ends after physical exhaustion and sleep. Often, the individual experiences heavy and profuse sweating and manifests shortness of breath.

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7 Great Tips On Panic Attacks

A panic attack is a human experience which can be at times most uncomfortable. It could strike an unaware person anytime. It is often characterized by hard and fast palpitations of the heart, shortening of breath, tightening of the chest, dizziness, choking sensations, sweating, fainting, shaking, trembling, and itching of the feet and hands.

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How Stress Can Play A Large Role In Menopause Fatigue

One of the most difficult challenges of menopause is dealing with the ups and downs. Most women suffering from menopause want to maintain a balance. Some woman with menopause deal with the annoyance of menopause fatigue due to past life styles that have worn their bodies down. At this point their bodies are screaming out to be rejuvenated and they want a good rest.

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How To Get Rid Of Anxiety And Panic Attacks

Anxiety and panic attacks can be diminished with the proper care. The response is flight or fight. Threats are the ultimate source that causes stress to either decrease or increase depending on how you react. Most reactions come from biochemical change. We can use the changes to help us with the triggers we react to.

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The Solution for Bed Wetting

Each and every day kid bed wetting happens to many kids. It is known that bed wetting is something very common at a child. Also, in most cases, children that are under the age of eight and have problems in making it to the bathroom at night may be one of several in their class to have this problem.

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Natural and Otherwise Headache Cures

There seem to be many headache cures available for those that take the time to do the research. Many include various medications one can take. Additionally there are many non medicinal headache cures. One non medicinal cure that is mentioned often is to pinch the headache pressure point. This is the nerve cluster that is located in the webbing between the forefinger and thumb.

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Healing Headaches Without Using Aspirins

Healing headaches with the power of your mind is not only possible, it is also natural. While you can take an aspirin or other pain killers to help ease a headache, doctors have warned there are many side effects. Besides these, there are other methods and internal process you can take to help ease the pain.

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The Truth About Panic Disorder

Panic disorder is an illness that affects people in their early to middle adulthood. It is characterized by brief, unprovoked episodes of panic. When those with panic disorder experience these episodes of panic, the feelings of intense fear is also accompanied by physical discomfort like a feeling of smothering, hand numbness, and chest pain.

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Your Job May Be Killing You

If asked if your job is stressful, chances are you would answer with an emphatic "Boy is it ever"! Work is by far the leading source of stress in our lives. Nine out of ten people say they experience high levels of stress several times a week. And one out of four of us have high stress levels every day. What you may not know is that your stress from work may, in fact, be affecting your health.

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Chronic Headaches - Tips to Stop the Pain

Are you suffering from constant headaches? Headaches are a common ailment, but research has uncovered treatments that may help your problem almost disappear. According to the National Headache Foundation (NHF) tension headaches affect nearly 78% of the adult population. 13% of the population suffers from migraines.

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Symptoms, Signs, and How to Stop Panic Attacks

Learning how to stop panic attacks is a priority for the majority of those who have ever experienced them. This is because panic attacks are emotionally, mentally and physically draining. Some have gone so far as to describe panic attacks as emotional nightmares. Panic attacks are episodes of intense fear that begin abruptly for no apparent reason.

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Coping with Panic Attacks

Panic attacks are something you may face, but do you know how to cope with panic attacks? Most people do not and that is where the problem lies. A panic attack is a condition in which severe symptoms of anxiety occur in the body and will last any place from a few minutes to several hours. These fears are usually unfounded, too. In addition, coping with panic attacks means facing reality.

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Anxiety and Panic Attacks - What am I Afraid of?

Anxiety affects people of all ages, from the teenage to the senior years. Although it can affect both sexes, it is more common in women though this may be because men are reluctant to report it to their doctors. In general, women are more open to expressing their feeling and sharing their emotions than men. There are two types of anxiety, acute and chronic.

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Overcoming Your Dental Fear

It starts with a minor pain when you chew and grows to an excruciating toothache. Or you bite down and get a sharp pain that feels like it is stabbing the whole side of your face into your eye. "Oh, no", you think. "Now I'll have to go to a dentist." We need our teeth to eat, to enhance our smile. But we fear dentists more than any other doctor. Why is that?

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What are the Symptoms and Causes of a Panic Attack?

A panic attack is a symptom of an anxiety disorder that has emotional and physical symptoms. Emotional symptoms associated with a panic attack include intense feelings of unreasonable and unexplainable fear. Physical symptoms associated with a panic attack include dizziness, a feeling of choking, feelings of faintness, clammy hands, racing heart, and severe shaking.

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Motivation's Effect on Mental and Physical Health

Many studies have been done to research the effects of motivation and mental health. As the implications of helping those with negative self-esteem, depression and anxiety are immense this is certainly an area of research that deserves a great deal of attention. Psychology Online reports on a study investigating the differences between INTERNAL and EXTERNAL MOTIVATION.

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Tips to Beating Depression

Everyone has days when they are down, worn out and just not feeling all that happy. That's OK, you need to have days like this, otherwise how would you know when you are happy. You need to have something to contrast your happiness with. What is black without white? Even though you know that sadness is a part of life, let's try to make it a small part of life.

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