Long-Term Side Effects Of Anxiety Disorders On The Brain | Glamour UK

How does anxiety effect the brain? Are there any long term side effects? We ask an expert psychologist for the answers.
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Shaken Up

I have to since the earthquakes on July 4th and 5th, I’ve been a bit shaken up. I did do the whole under the table thing when I was at my brother’s house—seems I’m pretty good when it’s time to be in survival mode, but I was still shaken up by it (especially since there are a lot telephone poles in his area. I was planning an escape route in my head). It was a lot more powerful and longer by two minutes compared to Thursday. Regardless, it’s been hard to get back into the swing of things. I’ve never noticed how scared of earthquakes I am, especially that I live in California. It doesn’t help either that it’s been hard to find work. Like I have a job, but I’m only working pretty much 6 hours a week & I’m struggling to pay rent & I am hoping to fix up my laptop, so that’s why I’ve been MIA. I have things to write about but not much motivation to write them. But I gotta say after not writing here for awhile (I’m writing from my phone), I will do my best to write again. It feels good to do so again.

Pink on battle with depression, anxiety, praises couple’s counseling

During a candid conversation with Carson Daly on NBC News’ TODAY, Pink said anxiety is the \
— Read on www.usatoday.com/story/life/people/2019/04/25/pink-gets-real-mental-health-anxiety-couples-counseling/3578037002/