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5 Tricks That Will Help You Cope With Deadline Panic

These feelings of discomfort can be triggered by a lot of things, like realizing that your to-do list was way too ambitious for your own good. Here’s what you can do in order to shake off that feeling of panic and get to work.

Burnout Is Now An Official Medical Condition

Burnout, or the intense version of the Sunday Scaries, is now a recognized medical condition in the eyes of the International Classification of Diseases.

5 Things To Do If You Often Wake Up Anxious

Bouts of morning anxiety are particularly crippling, tainting the rest of your day and making it difficult for you to reorganize your thoughts. Here are five things you can do in order to prevent these unwanted attacks.

How Rising Levels Of Anxiety In Teens Might Support The Rise...

Although teens are engaging in less risky activities, they have more than enough reasons to be stressed.

Anxiety And Stress Scientifically Proven To Be Reduced By Cannabis

What if a scientific report was released that showed that marijuana helped to significantly reduce depression, anxiety and stress?

4 Ways To Prevent Work Burnout

Burnout can happen to any person at any time; the good thing is that it's not permanent and it can be reversed.

CBD Didn’t Work? Here’s Why

CBD is a remarkable new health trend with many impressive qualities, but the promising research and buzz has led to a “Green Rush” —...

Here’s How Medical Marijuana Can Help With Psoriasis

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that causes itchy scaling of the skin. It typically affects the elbows, knees and scalp. How can medical marijuana help?

1 In 4 Marijuana Consumers Get High At Work In Legal...

According to a new poll from DHM Research and funded by marketing communications firm Quinn Thomas, one in four marijuana users have admitted to getting high at work.

Eating The Same Lunch Every Day Might Help You Cope With...

If a varied diet isn't a priority for you, you might give this idea a shot and spend your newly acquired time stressing about other things. Like dinner and snacks.