Mind Your Mental Health - Coping with Anxiety

If you or someone you know needs help, please call 1-800-273-8255 for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.

Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health disorders in the United States and they are highly treatable. Take steps to control anxiety. Here are some strategies to gain control and feel more confident about your situation.


  1. Know the mental and physical symptoms. Anxiety can cause physical and emotional symptoms. Find out more about the different types of anxieties and the impacts on the brain and body.
  2. Educate yourself. Everyone feels nervous or anxious at one time or another. Learn the symptoms of severe anxiety and panic linked with social anxiety disorder.
  3. Learn how to effectively cope. If you struggle with anxiety, help is available. Consider practical tips to keep yourself calm, confident and in control. 


Help is available! Visit the Mind Your Mental Health website or contact your program to learn more about how to help yourself or someone you care about. 


August is normally the back-to-school month for most students. This year might be a little different, so Stamp Out Stigma is taking the opportunity to discuss youth mental health throughout the month. We will be highlighting the importance of speaking openly about student mental health, as mental illness is very common among students today.  With your help, we can bring awareness to the prevalence of mental illness on campuses. It’s our job to help end the stigma surrounding mental health by sharing resources and starting conversations. Throughout the month of August, we encourage family, friends, and loved ones to learn more about student mental health and what resources are available on and off campus to help these students. Here are some important facts you should know:

Remember, mental illness does not discriminate. Join us to help bring attention to the importance of sharing mental health stories and help improve the lives of millions of Americans living with a mental illness.

Help is available! Visit www.MagellanHealthcare.com/About/MYMH or contact your program to learn more about how to help yourself or someone you care about.