Living with anxiety at 17 years old – BBC

Subscribe and 🔔 to the BBC 👉 Watch the BBC first on iPlayer 👉 Dr Alex met with Rosie, 17, who struggled with mental health issues for some time. Since receiving support, she’s now reflecting on what helped her overcome them. Dr Alex: Our Young Mental Health Crisis | Streaming now | BBC iPlayer #dralex… Continue reading Living with anxiety at 17 years old – BBC

LIVING WITH ANXIETY (panic attacks, agoraphobia & generalized anxiety)

!!OPEN FOR MORE INFO!! If you want to help me make more videos, you can donate on I do not suffer from agoraphobia nor panic attacks. MUSIC & SOUND: Tomek Chmielewski Please note, this is NOT social anxiety. I’m trying to be as scientifically accurate as I can, so I decided to create a separate… Continue reading LIVING WITH ANXIETY (panic attacks, agoraphobia & generalized anxiety)

What Is It Like Living With Anxiety And Extreme OCD? | Our Life

Meet the people living with anxiety and extreme OCD at Bethlem Royal Psychiatric Hospital. Subscribe to Our Life: The world’s oldest psychiatric institution, the South London and Maudsley (SLaM), opens its doors in a brand new documentary to challenge the myths, taboos and stigma around mental illness in Britain. Anxiety has become the mental illness… Continue reading What Is It Like Living With Anxiety And Extreme OCD? | Our Life

Kristen Bell on Living with Depression and Anxiety | Body Stories | SELF

Our May cover star Kristen Bell shares her ongoing journey with self-care and acceptance. She also talks about speaking openly and honestly with her children, struggling with anxiety, and talking about depression in her family with her mom. “At 40, I don’t believe anything should be taboo.” Still haven’t subscribed to Self on YouTube? ►►… Continue reading Kristen Bell on Living with Depression and Anxiety | Body Stories | SELF

Living with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Attacks that Feel like Dying

Sydney describes herself as a happy person. She is also diagnosed with general anxiety and sometimes has panic attacks so intense that she believes she is dying. Sydney wants others to know that a person who is smiling can still have a mental health disorder. Sydney’s Insta: SBSK Patreon: SBSK’s Socials: