By ADAA Member Simon A. Rego, PSYD, ABPP, ACT
10/03/2017

Between the constant messages in the news warning us of doom and gloom and an ever-increasing number of professional and personal obligations, life today is as stressful and anxiety-provoking as ever. Experiencing some stress and anxiety is not only normal but can be useful in small doses (e.g., keeping us alert, focused and ready to take action). Unfortunately, an increasing number of people report finding it so difficult to control stress and anxiety that it causes significant distress and interferes with their ability to function.