Monthly Archives: December 2008

More on the biology of stress

This is a brief follow-up to my fourth post on anxiety: “Biological Aspects of Stress and Anxiety.”  In researching for the next topic for the blog, I ran across a video about Robert Sapolsky, the author of  Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers.   The video is short but makes a dramatic point about the effects […]

Stress relief is in the air

In a post from Discovery Health Cares, aromatherapy is suggested for stress management and anxiety reduction. My apologies for the delay in between posts recently.  I will hopefully be getting back to a more regular schedule soon.

Stress Relief

Just a quick entry today.  For any of you battling with the last minute holiday rush and all its stress, here’s a link to 50 quick ways to ease your suffering.  It comes from the Nursing Online Education Database: 50 Quick and Easy Ways to Calm Your Anxiety Season’s Greeting!!

Changes to the blog format

Due to some technical problems with the last theme, I had to change over to a new one.  Hopefully this one will work out. If anyone has difficulties with reading the posts or making a comment or registering or logging in, please send me an email so that I can fix the problem.

Treatments for Anxiety Disorders

This post will return to anxiety treatment topics. More specifically, I would like to address the issue of treatment approaches or techniques. As my earlier posts on this topic surely indicate, I am a strong adherent of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). However, in my experience, this is not always the beginning and end point of […]