We all experience anxiety from time to time. We worry about being able to pay the bills; we fret over meeting the needs of our family and we worry about our health. In a fast-paced world with instant access to alarming news across the globe, it’s easy to get trapped in the fears of individual or global crises.
For most of us these anxieties come and go. However, for some, anxiety becomes a nightmare without end in sight, and it can result in health problems. According to the Anxiety Disorders Association of America, these types of maladies are on the rise, especially with twenty- to thirty-year-olds, and Canadians are not immune.Continue Reading