Let’s face it, we all deal with stress to some extent. This is especially true during these uncertain times. Stress is a natural response to a perceived threat (the fight-or-flight response) that dates back to our ancestors. Not all stress is bad However, when you feel stressed, your body experiences a collection of changes known as your stress response. These
Currently, Washingtonians are to stay at home- except for essential activities like grocery shopping and doctor’s appointments. All public and private social, spiritual and recreational gatherings are banned. All non-essential businesses are closed. Of course, these safety measures are in place to help slow the spread of COVID-19, but they can also cause anxiety and panic for many. The key
Fear about the coronavirus has gripped our area greatly. Now, it’s hitting much closer to home as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread through the Seattle area. The introduction of any new illness can be frightening, but those fears are easily intensified when you’re in a ‘hot spot’ like Seattle. During this time of unknown conditions and rising fears, it’s
ADHD…you’ve heard about it, right? Many people think that ADHD is some kind of fad diagnosis that we throw at kids so we can treat them with medications to modify their unwanted behaviors. While it is true that some children are inappropriately medicated for ADHD when they do not have it, ADHD has actually been woefully underdiagnosed. Most individuals who
If you are suicidal or are caring for someone with suicidal thoughts- please seek immediate help by calling 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. In May of 2019, the team of TMS Washington presented data at the Annual Clinical TMS Society Meeting. This first of a kind prospective study by a private clinic tracked 36 patients reporting of
No matter how hard we try to stay positive and motivated, we all have bad days. After all, no one is immune to life’s challenges or setbacks. It’s also safe to say that we’ve all experienced sadness- and will likely face it again at some point in our lives. That’s because sadness is a normal human emotion that’s usually triggered
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