Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) News

How Collecting Wasp Nests Helped 'Hornet Boy' Cope with His Anxiety - VICE



How Collecting Wasp Nests Helped 'Hornet Boy' Cope with His Anxiety 
VICE
Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is a difficult condition to battle, characterized by severe shyness, fear of other people, and?occasionally?an inability to speak in public. It's a mental illness that Terry Prouty has thought, at times, might be too ...

 


Combination Therapy Best Option for Severe Pediatric Anxiety - Medscape



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Combination Therapy Best Option for Severe Pediatric Anxiety 
Medscape
The study included 488 individuals aged 7 to 17 years with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), social phobia (SoP), or separation anxiety disorder (SAD). The patients were randomly assigned to receive treatment with sertraline, CBT, both treatments ...

 


Postpartum Depression Doesn't Always Look Like Sadness - Lifehacker



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Postpartum Depression Doesn't Always Look Like Sadness 
Lifehacker
What's amazing about the episode isn't just that it tackles postpartum depression, which affects one in seven women, but that it addresses a critical facet of the disorder: that it doesn't always manifest itself as sadness. It's true ... depression ...

 


Elizabeth Plumptre: Managing the Menace Called Social Anxiety Disorder - BellaNaija



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Elizabeth Plumptre: Managing the Menace Called Social Anxiety Disorder 
BellaNaija
Social Anxiety Disorder, which is aptly described with the acronym SAD, goes beyond mere shyness, or an unwillingness to participate in groups or social gatherings. It is a debilitating feeling of inadequacy and unfair evaluation by others, which may ...

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Haims: 'Winter blues' could actually be seasonal affective disorder (column) - Vail Daily News



Haims: 'Winter blues' could actually be seasonal affective disorder (column) 
Vail Daily News
Here are some things you can do to help reduce the effects of Seasonal Affect Disorder. Take control before symptoms get worse. ? Make your house light and bright. Raise the curtains and blinds so daylight can freely enter the house. Keep a window ...

 


Unmasking Anxiety in Autism - Scientific American



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Unmasking Anxiety in Autism 
Scientific American
After several weeks of close observation, Siegel and his colleagues managed to piece together Kapothanasis' behaviors into a clear diagnosis, based on criteria outlined in the ?Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. ... ?People on the ...

 


Floating Away Your Anxiety And Stress - WSKG News



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Floating Away Your Anxiety And Stress 
WSKG News
Feinstein is investigating float therapy as a nonpharmacological treatment for people with conditions like anxiety and depression. "These are individuals with PTSD disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety ? we covered the ...

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Earthquakes! Fires! Shootings! Storms! How Tech Can Help Ease 'Disaster Fatigue' - New York Times



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Earthquakes! Fires! Shootings! Storms! How Tech Can Help Ease 'Disaster Fatigue' 
New York Times
I've been calling it ?the bad news blues,? which is just a general feeling of ?how much more of this can we all take? whenever I see a stream of tragic news alerts hit my smartphone or social media feeds. Sure, it makes me want to help, but it also ...

 


A Personal-Space Robot to Assist People With Social Anxiety - IEEE Spectrum



IEEE Spectrum
 
A Personal-Space Robot to Assist People With Social Anxiety 
IEEE Spectrum
And especially for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), social situations can be very challenging. Part of the difficulty ... Feelings of being confined, fear of the other person, and sadness when a conversation wasn't going well all increased ...

 


CBD Reduces Anxiety Connected With Public Speaking - CannaTech.news



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CBD Reduces Anxiety Connected With Public Speaking 
CannaTech.news
In a more generalized sense, Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is one of the most common forms of anxiety. These social anxieties have the tendency to add a shade of ?grey? to an otherwise potentially VIBRANT social life. Thus preventing you from enjoying ...