Interesting facts about anxiety disorders and 7 ways to cope
a woman experiencing anxiety at school

Anxiety disorder is a common mental illness that affects many people worldwide. Seeking help is important in order to encourage and maintain a healthy life. You can do this by building important relationships, visiting a psychologist, and being gentle with yourself. One of the best techniques of dealing with anxiety is to relax and breathe, reminding yourself that everything is going to be okay. Believe it or not, well known people suffer from anxiety, such as the singer Adele and the actress Whoopi Goldberg. Remember that you or anyone you may know who suffers from anxiety can get through this.

Surprising Facts About Anxiety Disorders � 7 Ways to Cope

Written by Brenda Marie
Hey there, I am a sociology student at City College. I also work as a Home Health Aide, which I love. On my spree time I enjoy reading, writing, and listening to music.

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