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Face the Issue: Have A Conversation About Mental Health & Anxiety
If you or someone you know is suffering from anxiety, a conversation can be a powerful way to show them that you’re there. (0:30 minutes)
The Science of Anxiety
Produced by Life Noggin, this short video talks about anxiety using animation (2:38 minutes)
Anxiety and Anxiety Related Disorders
Dr. Don Elligan defines anxiety, and many anxiety disorders including panic disorder, phobias, OCD and PTSD. (9:20 minutes)
Published by Thomas Frank on April 2015, this video gives advice on how to take your exams without stress. He explains how stress can hinder […] (9:02 minutes)
Dear 18 Year Old Me
A young lady gives advice on how to handle anxiety and depression, and shares her personal story. (15:13 minutes)
What is an Anxiety Attack?
Published by Beating Anxiety in February 2015, this short film shares what an anxiety attack is and the importance of seeking help. (2:48 minutes)
Do I Have Social Anxiety Disorder?
This short video provided by Beating Anxiety, published March 2015, contains information to help you to determine if you may have this disorder. If you […] (3:09 minutes)
Advice for Back to School Anxiety
Having anxiety is never an easy thing, especially when coupled with social phobia and going back to school. Having to meet new people, not knowing […] (5:51 minutes)
“Glass People” Short Film
In “Glass People,” filmmakers John Berardo and Brian Frager, USC School of Cinematic Arts, illustrate college-age anxiety and the great value of finding professional help. (10:27 minutes)
Forty million U. S. adults suffer from an anxiety disorder; 75 percent of them experience their first episode of anxiety by age 22.
Anxiety disorders often co-occur with other disorders, such as depression, eating disorders, and substance abuse.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder affects 6.8 million adults, or 3.1% of the U. S. population.
Six million people are affected by a panic disorder.
15 million people are affected by a social anxiety disorder.