Kendall Jenner says brain scan showed that she ‘100 per cent has anxiety’

Kendall Jenner has revealed that a scan of her brain reportedly showed that she “100 per cent has anxiety”.In a sneak peek of Thursday’s episode of The Kardashians, the 26-year-old model spoke to her older sister, Khloe Kardashian, about a brain scan she had recently gotten. During the conversation, Jenner revealed how the scanning process worked and what she was able to learn about her mental health from undergoing the procedure.“Basically [the doctor] scans your brain and he tells you, like he sees where it’s like firing,” she explained. “Like he said: ‘You 100 per cent have anxiety. I...
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Top 10 Delta-8 THC Gummies for Sleep, Anxiety, and Pain

This article was produced in partnership with Paradigm Media If you love THC’s ability to help you relax, sleep better, and find relief from pain—but you could do without the anxiety and paranoia—say hello to Delta-8 THC. Think of Delta-8 as the golden child of the family who can do no wrong: It offers a […]
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Acupuncture may ease anxiety in patients with Parkinson's disease

Acupuncture may help treat anxiety in patients with Parkinson's disease and anxiety, according to a study published online Sept. 21 in JAMA Network Open. Jing-qi Fan, Ph.D., from the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine in China, and colleagues investigated the effect of acupuncture versus sham acupuncture for treating anxiety in patients with Parkinson's disease. Sixty-four patients were randomly assigned to eight weeks of treatment with eight weeks of follow-up. Acupuncture operators, outcome measures evaluators, and statistical analysts were all blinded to the grouping of patients, and patients were blinded to their own grouping.
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Mortgage rates causing concern and anxiety in Northern Ireland

Uncertainty around the future of interest rates has forced many homeowners across Northern Ireland into making tough decisions. Some economists have predicted the Bank of England will raise its base interest rate from the current 2.25% to 5.8% by next spring, which would cause mortgage repayments to jump significantly. The...

This bed and breakfast lets you literally count sheep to help you sleep better

A new bed and breakfast in the United Kingdom offers a unique sleeping experience surrounded by sheep. The sleep dome is situated in rural Sussex in a field full of farm animals. It was created by a sleep technology company, and can host just two guests at a time. The dome was built after a study of 2,000 individuals, carried out by OnePoll, revealed that 44% of participants were having difficulty sleeping, according to Good News Network. It was concluded that 21% of those who were studied struggled to sleep due to anxiety about rising prices and the basic cost of living. Another 23% found that worrying about work affected their ability to sleep.

Pregnancy Anxiety May Predict Shorter Gestational Length

THURSDAY, Sept. 29, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- Pregnancy anxiety in the third trimester may predict shorter gestational length, according to a study published online in Health Psychology. Christine Dunkel Schetter, Ph.D., from the University of California in Los Angeles, and colleagues examined covariance among four anxiety or distress measures at...

8 Myths About Anxiety At Work

One in five adults has an anxiety disorder, making it the most common mental health concern. And yet very little about the issue is talked about in workplaces. Anxiety is leading to increased employee errors, growing burnout, workplace rage, more sick days, and poor employee health. Harvard Medical School research suggests that on-the-job mental health issues, “imperils workers’ careers and company productivity.” The problem is particularly acute with younger workers, with more than half of millennials and 75 percent of Gen Z report saying they have quit a job for mental health reasons.

Done Right, Experts Say Sharing On Social Media Can Be Helpful When Coping With Anxiety

With anxiety rates climbing by more than 25 percent since the start of the pandemic, nearly 1 in 5 Americans now struggle with some form of the condition. "Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health disorders in the U.S.," says Luana Marques, an associate professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and a clinical psychologist at Massachusetts General Hospital.