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Your Racing Mind

We worry and feel anxious for good reasons, but it can get out of hand. Also, it's good to separate the two emotions of worry and anxiety, they're just not the same. We experience worry as more specific, while anxiety as more diffuse. Read on to get fretting under control, and up your emotional health.
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Calm Yourself

By Susan Biali Haas M.D.

And get some sleep.
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Anxiety Is a Fact of Life

By Bob Rosen Ph.D.

Learn how to leverage it to your advantage.
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How to Stop a Panic Attack

By Temma Ehrenfeld

Think ahead and plan what you'll do the next time anxiety strikes.
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Losing Sleep

By David DiSalvo

New research helps explain the crucial linkages between sleep and mental health.