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Seasonal Affective Disorder

SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) is also know as ‘winter depression’ or ‘seasonal depressive disorder’. The symptoms often begin in the autumn as the days start getting shorter. They’re typically most severe during December, January and February. SAD often improves and disappears in the spring and summer, although it may return each autumn and winter in …

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Goal Setting

Goal setting is vital in the recovery of anxiety disorders and should be considered very carefully. Your goals should be specific, clear and precise and most importantly obtainable. For example, imagine you are on a diet, there is no point in saying, I am overweight, I need to lose 3 stone. Three stone is a …

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Anxiety at Work

Anxiety in the workplace can be frightening, distressing and horrific. It for most is one of the worst places you can suffer from any time of acute time of anxiety or panic. Breaking down in front of others for a lot of people is also very hard. Even more so if you struggle with any …

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Blue Monday

Today, the third Monday in January, is supposed to be one of the most depressed days of the year, Blue Monday. Currently trending on Twitter among other places. So why doesn’t anxiety and depression respect this? Because they’re an illness and don’t discriminate based on the day of the year. So No Panic is sharing …

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