When anti-anxiety medication is not enough to control anxiety

My daughter suffers from a very very severe case of anxiety disorder. She has lived a life controlled by worry and depression. At age 34, Beth is finally seeing the light. She is successfully using a cocktail of anti-anxiety medications which have definitely decreased her anxiety. But the medication has not completed the task of controlling Beth’s anxiety sufficiently. She continues to be functioning in a limited capacity both in her personal and business life.

What is Anger? – An Introduction to Anger

Modern scientists consider anger as a natural emotion experienced by all humans at times. Some of them view anger as part of the fight or flight brain response to the received threat. Anger is a response to having been offended, wronged, or denied. Everyone gets angry. You may “lose your cool” or “hit the roof.” It’s a part of being human; it’s the energy seeking expression.

When is a headache more than just a headache?

In Canadian Medical Association Journal are two studies on migraine management. Migraine is quite common with some 8% of men and 18% of women experiencing migraines. Headaches are typically primary headaches meaning there is no underlying cause such as a tumor, injury, or an aneurysm. Of the common primary headaches, they can be tension headaches, cluster headaches, and migraines.