Whether it's worrying why our friend hasn't texted back or questioning our work abilities, the paranoia is piling on during lockdown
COVID-19 patients appear to have a higher risk of being diagnosed with mental health conditions, such as anxiety or depression, according to a new study.
"I was lonely. I wasn’t desired or wanted by anyone, career or private life," the model says of battling anxiety and depression during her marriage.
"We are in month eight of the pandemic and heading into winter, which means less daylight, shorter days, longer nights," Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
COVID long-haulers say brain fog is like "being woken up in the middle of a dead sleep and asked, 'Where are the car keys?'" Now experts say the cognitive impairment could be tied to PTSD.
"Research shows that even gentle touch from a stranger can make us feel more connected to the world around you," Dr, Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
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“Everybody's mental health has been impacted by the pandemic ... so don't be afraid to ask someone how they're doing," Dr. Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
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The coronavirus causes some to get sick for weeks — for others, the side effect linger for months. Yahoo Life talks to "long haulers" about their new battle.
The cover has now been pulled from newsstands and Vogue Portugal apologised for any offence caused by the photoshoot.
Three in four pregnant women or those who have recently given birth have suffered with anxiety during the pandemic.
The 45-year-old singer gets candid about her postpartum experience and the empathy she has for moms everywhere.
Actor Stephen Amell’s recent appearance on Michael Rosenbaum's “Inside of You” podcast went much differently than expected, when the Arrow star began to have a panic attack.
The supermodel says she "could have taken a pill" to curb her panic attacks, a comment critics say shames those who use antidepressants.
The WHO describes burn-out as “chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed."
Researchers are now calling for a standardised method of assessing women’s feelings towards their changing bodies during pregnancy.