Anxiety

UCLA Health’s Dr. Robert Bilder offers ways to fight the growing mental health challenges

By uclahealth • January 12, 2021

First, allow yourself to fully experience your emotions, says UCLA Health psychiatry professor Emanuel Maidenberg

By Sandy Cohen • January 7, 2021

Years of research tells us how important being outside is for our well-being

By Ask the Doctors • December 18, 2020

The science behind ‘Zoom-Associated Delirium’ and how to ease the strain

By Sandy Cohen • December 4, 2020

Dear Doctors: I had this scary episode happen where all of a sudden, it felt like the world wasn’t real. My heart was racing and I thought I was going to pass out. The friend I was with said it was probably a panic attack. Is there any kind of [...]

By Ask the Doctors • November 20, 2020

Feeling a bit anxious lately? You're not alone. An election in the middle of a pandemic is stressful stuff. While we wait for all the ballots to be counted, check out these 8 tips for lowering your stress and improving your health.

By uclahealth • October 28, 2020

Uncertainty about what may happen next is a major stressor

By uclahealth • October 27, 2020

Nonpartisanship and COVID-19 has many people feeling stressed out

By Sandy Cohen • October 6, 2020

Dear Doctor: I was having a panic attack and thought I might faint. My dad had me breathe into a paper bag, and it helped me calm down. I’ve only ever seen that on TV. Why did it work? Was it because I ended up doing deep breathing?

Dear Reader: It’s [...]

By Ask the Doctors • September 16, 2020

Certain human traits may have a lot to do with whether a person masks

By Marrecca Fiore • July 27, 2020