Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem in the US. More than 40 million people in the US are affected by this—adults and children both. Anxiety disorders can stem from many things, including genetic or biological factors. While we can’t be 100% certain about the cause of someone’s anxiety, researchers have their theories. If you’ve had traumatic life experiences, physical conditions that can cause anxiety, or anxiety disorders in your family, you are more like to … Continue Reading
“Do you wish you had done things in your life differently?” The answer to this question is only the beginning of regret, a strong emotion that causes feelings of repentance, disappointment, and sadness. Here’s the deeper structure of regret:
Men find it more difficult to explain how they feel, and it’s a reason why male depression goes unreported. Unfortunately, male mental health is often deliberately overlooked due to cultural norms. There’s enough evidence to support the claim that men face mental illnesses just as much as other genders do. There’s no significant difference in the rate of depression in men and women.
If you struggle with depression of any kind, you’re more likely to experience stress when it comes to dating, relationships, and sex.
It’s well-documented that natural disasters, wars and other mass traumas can lead to significant increases in population-wide psychological distress. Weeks or months of anxiety, fear, sadness and social isolation during the pandemic can also take their toll.