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Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

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SYMPTOMS, TREATMENT, AND SELF-HELP elinda Smith, M.A., and Jeanne Segal, Ph.D., contributed to this article. Last reviewed: March 2011 After a traumatic experience, it’s normal to feel frightened, sad, anxious, and disconnected. Usually, as time passes, the upset fades and you start to enjoy life again. But sometimes the trauma you experienced is so overwhelming […]

The Story of the Travelers by Dr. Edward Bach

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Once upon a time; and it was always once upon a time, sixteen travelers set out to journey through a forest. At first all went well, but after they had journeyed some distance one of the number, Agrimony, began to be worried as to whether they were on the right path. Later in the afternoon […]

What is Insomnia?

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What Causes Insomnia? Insomnia (in-SOM-ne-ah) is a common condition in which you have trouble falling or staying asleep. This condition can range from mild to severe, depending on how often it occurs and for how long. Insomnia can be chronic (ongoing) or acute (short-term). Chronic insomnia means having symptoms at least 3 nights a week […]

What is Anxiety? What Causes Anxiety?

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Anxiety affects our whole being. It affects how we feel, how we behave and has very real physical symptoms. It feels a bit like fear but whereas we know what we are frightened of, we often don’t know what we are anxious about. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling – severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating.  […]

Symptoms of Depression

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Depression (also known as major depressive disorder) can be challenging to manage because your symptoms may not be limited to just one episode and may return without an appropriate treatment plan. Symptoms that remain after initial antidepressant treatment are known as “unresolved symptoms.” According to the DSM-IV*, a medical reference commonly used by health care […]