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- Website: Mayo Clinic
- Resource type: Article
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Excessive, ongoing worry that interferes with daily activities may be a sign of anxiety disorder. Treatments include talk therapy and medications. This resource includes tips to prevent and ease anxiety.
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panic, obsessive-compulsive disorder, OCD, psychotherapy, GAD, valerian, coffee, caffeine, exercise, sleep, relax, kava , passionflower, Theanine
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Rated on: 9/13/2017 12:10:00 PM
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