If you're one of the 40 million people in the U.S. who suffers with anxiety, you probably already know which comments are helpful — and which are, to be blunt, you’d wish you’d never hear again. For those without anxiety, however, it's not always easy to know what to say. Most of the time, people just want to help.
Unfortunately, even a well-intentioned comment can make someone with anxiety feel worse. Here are eight things to never say to someone with anxiety, along with tips for ensuring your comments are positive and uplifting.
According to the Sleep Health Foundation, 1 in 3 people have some type of insomnia. Whether you struggle to fall asleep or you have a hard time staying that way, insomnia can take a serious toll on your overall health.
If you're tired of reaching for sleep aids, and you've tried just about everything to get the rest you need, we've some ways to help insomnia that might get you back to sleep.
To be blunt, menopause isn’t fun. As if the hot flashes and mood swings weren’t enough, menopause often leads to sleep problems — including insomnia.
If you suddenly find yourself struggling to sleep, or you simply aren't getting the quality rest you used to, a weighted blanket may help. Here's how weighted blankets work, and how one might help you feel more relaxed and less stressed.
Few things are harder for a parent than seeing a child worry. While all kids worry from time to time, constant anxiety can be cause for concern. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), 1 in 8 children has an anxiety disorder. When anxiety in kids is untreated, it can lead to poor school performance, substance abuse and missed social experiences. If your child struggles with anxiety, you want to do everything you can to help. Here are the major causes of anxiety in kids, along with products and techniques that may help your teen or little...