Contrary to popular belief, being born as a transgender is not a disorder in itself. But the social stigma associated with this form of gender expression disallows people to seek corrective measures for depression. Despite suffering from extreme pain and exhibiting recognizable symptoms of mental health disorder, transgender people refrain from obtaining help, believing it as a sign of weakness. The National Alliance on Mental Illness suggests that transgender people are prone to depression and anxiety as they are often seen by others as non-conforming to a natural or inherited identity and so are stigmatized. Continue reading
The Anxiety Disorder Helpline is committed to helping those who struggle with this mental illness find treatment. These resources will provide readers with articles and latest reports on issues regarding anxiety and treatment.
Deadlines are on the horizon, but work only seems to pile up rather than diminish. Does this occur to you, or do you suddenly feel that going to work is quite like entering a boxing ring rather than an office? Continue reading
Sedentary behavior, such as playing video games, going on the Internet or watching television, have shown to lead to physical health problems. Recent research has shown that these behaviors could even be linked to higher risks for anxiety. Continue reading