Here’s Why You Might Be Getting Panic Attacks At Night

Here’s Why You Might Be Getting Panic Attacks At Night

Mindpath Health's Leela Magavi, M.D. helps discuss why you might be getting panic attacks at night. If you've ever felt the stomach-dropping terror of a night-time panic attack, you're not the only one. If you can't figure out what's triggering your panic attacks,...

Can Caffeine Cause Anxiety?

Can Caffeine Cause Anxiety?

Mindpath Health's Brian Zachariah, M.D. discusses whether or not caffeine may cause anxiety. Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world; many people rely on the caffeine in that first cup of joe to manage energy levels throughout their day. Caffeine is...

How Loneliness Differs from Anxiety and What You Can Do About It

How Loneliness Differs from Anxiety and What You Can Do About It

The COVID-19 pandemic and its isolating effects have touched nearly everybody. This isolation has produced varying forms of loneliness in many people at times. In particular, there are concerns over the extent of what’s being described in a new study as chronic...

Managing Anxiety Amid Our Current Health Crisis

Managing Anxiety Amid Our Current Health Crisis

With the COVID-19 outbreak reaching new levels, we are experiencing something that none of us have ever experienced in our lifetimes. With schools closing, people staying home, people working from home, some families seeing their incomes threatened, and health...

Anxiety attack vs panic attack: What’s the difference?

Anxiety attack vs panic attack: What’s the difference?

Rashmi Parmar, M.D., psychiatrist at Mindpath Health, formerly Community Psychiatry, helps us understand the difference between a panic attack and anxiety attack and why it's important to know the difference. Anxiety attacks and panic attacks are hard to distinguish...

Is Video Game Addiction a Disorder?

Is Video Game Addiction a Disorder?

Rashmi Parmar, M.D. and Julian Lagoy, M.D. psychiatrists at Mindpath Health, formerly Community Psychiatry, provide useful insights and guidance on video gaming.  Is gaming dangerous? A study found 10% of video game players exhibited pathological behavior. In Ohio, a...

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