The Anxiety Cycle: How to Break Out of It

Anxiety Cycle

The cycle of anxiety is a heavy burden that many face worldwide. Anxiety can be described as worrying about a potential threat and trying to cope with a future event that you think will be negative. When you notice your anxious symptoms, you start to believe you can’t cope with the symptoms, thus becoming even more anxious.

ADHD Overthinking: Stop Your ADHD Brain from Ruminating

ADHD Overthinking

Most of us experience overthinking: that vicious, broken record of negative thoughts regarding a spectrum of topics, ranging from your personal health and career to your family, relationships, social image and much more. Many of us wish for a button to simply turn it all off so we can get enough sleep during the night or focus on a task at hand.…

ADHD and Anger: Triggers & Managing Rage Attacks

ADHD and Anger

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is more commonly considered a childhood disorder. However, ADHD can affect adults/teens/kids/children alike. Now it is estimated to persist into adult life in ten to sixty percent of cases and is present in about 4.5 percent of adults (5).

Anxiety Workbook: Coping With Anxiety Symptoms

Anxiety Workbook

An anxiety workbook is a form of self-help intervention that is best to help bridge the gap between therapies and medications.  Many studies are trying to determine the efficacy of “acceptance-based behavioral therapy” delivered in a self-help format (7). However, despite these controlled studies on topics like “an anxiety workbook” or an “anxiety and phobia workbook” are not heavily studied as other diseases, patients are still encouraged to participate (in conjunction with other therapies) (1).…

Sluggish Cognitive Tempo: Your Treatment Guide

Sluggish Cognitive Tempo

Do you often find yourself losing focus on tasks? Inability to maintain attention? Have to re-read the same paragraph for the fifth or sixth time? Or frequently daydreaming during an important meeting? If you had answered ‘yes’ to any of these, it may be a sign of Sluggish Cognitive Tempo (SCT).