Young Minds

Is societal pressure taking its toll on our teenagers?

Social anxiety is not a problem faced by adults alone. Children and adolescents too have anxiety in their lives and suffer from anxiety disorders just like adults. There are a number of stressful and challenging life events that they face

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If you’re a teacher, here’s why your student’s well-being should be a major concern

A large number of school children face anxiety in most of their school-related activities. For most, completing the daily tasks is a challenge. Moreover, there are times when the teachers at school do not understand what the student might be

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Anxiety can impact your walking

People experiencing anxiety and inhibition have more activity in the right side of the brain, causing them to walk in a leftward trajectory. New research has linked the activation of the brain's two hemispheres with lateral shifts in people's walking

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Social anxiety and negative automatic thoughts

Experiencing the occasional nerves, feeling self-conscious in social situations such as when talking in front of the class, meeting new people is normal. However, it becomes a cause of concern if one avoids social situations because they worry they will

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