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Depression and anxiety symptoms often tend to overlap, especially in the older population, leading to an under-diagnosis of anxiety. However, treatment for the two disorders can be different - that's why it's important to accurately diagnose and assess these disorders in older adults.

Depression and anxiety symptoms often tend to overlap, especially in the older population, leading to an under-diagnosis of anxiety. However, treatment for the two disorders can be different - that's why it's important to accurately diagnose and assess these disorders in older adults.

Panic attacks are scary. If you suffer from anxiety, you know this all too well. Here's what you can do the next time your anxiety gets out of control.

Panic attacks are scary. If you suffer from anxiety, you know this all too well. Here's what you can do the next time your anxiety gets out of control.

Twist: Lying on the ground, hug right knee into chest, “T” arms out to either side, and allow right knee to fall to the left. You can stay with a neutral neck or, if it feels good, look to the right. You can also take left hand to right thigh to allow the weight of your hand to ground your twisted leg. Stay here for at least five deep breaths, and then repeat on the other side.

Twist: Lying on the ground, hug right knee into chest, “T” arms out to either side, and allow right knee to fall to the left. You can stay with a neutral neck or, if it feels good, look to the right. You can also take left hand to right thigh to allow the weight of your hand to ground your twisted leg. Stay here for at least five deep breaths, and then repeat on the other side.

ANXIOUS BRAIN --How to Use the Neuroscience of Fear to End Anxiety, Panic, and Worry

ANXIOUS BRAIN --How to Use the Neuroscience of Fear to End Anxiety, Panic, and Worry

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