Levels of stress and anxiety are on the rise for students. Dr. Trish Leigh has tips to control the panic and learn how to thrive academically. When Tony started college, he had always been a bit of a worrier, and an over-thinker.
What if instead of taking a pill to mask your symptoms you could train your brain to be stronger and healthier and not have your symptoms anymore, all while just watching a movie? Sound too good to be true? It is not. It has been proven by science to be effective.
Eye and facial twitches have been known to be caused or made worse by stress, fatigue and caffeine. In a New York Times article Dr. Philip Rizzuto, an ophthalmologist and spokesman for the American Academy of Ophthalmology, states that when both eyes twitch, the medical term is blepharospasm.
With a steady rise in ADHD diagnoses, experts warn that ADHD may be a sleep-related issue for many children. Especially in this era of technology with children having access to their phones, computers, and iPads into the wee morning hours, sleep is a bigger issue than ever.