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10 Hidden Anxiety Triggers You Need to Avoid

There is a ton of good information in this. Read it and reap!

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Anxiety seems to be a near-universal condition. In the United States alone, approximately 40 million adults – or 18 percent of the population – suffer from an anxiety disorder.

And these numbers represent only the diagnosed (i.e. reported). The actual number is likely to be significantly higher.

The truth is that society is somewhat to blame (not to negate our own sense of responsibility.) We’ve managed to build a 24/7 “constantly connected” infrastructure that has permeated into schools, businesses and elsewhere. Many people are under constant pressure to succeed; most ironically by leveraging this very infrastructure. This only exacerbates the problem.

“Prevention is the best cure” is a universal axiom within the medical community, including within the mental health sphere. Understanding what “triggers” certain symptoms or condition can – in some instances – drastically reduce the likelihood of a symptom or episode.

Here, we focus on ten established “triggers” that…

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Some Food for Thought – Infographics

I stumbled across these surfing the web this morning. Thought you might like them.

Here is something to think about when tempted …

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Doesn’t this sound like something worth trying?

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I don’t remember ever hearing this one before, but I love it.

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