Earkick Ambassador Jamal Rizvi On How To Make Mental Health Attractive. Initially, Jamal – a mental health social worker, podcaster, painter and blogger- got involved in mental health through volunteering. He found it so grounding and meaningful, that he decided to become a full time professional. Next to pursuing his current degree Jamal now works … Continue reading Break down the barriers!
We are proud to launch the new role of Earkick Ambassador for passionate wellness warriors in the US who want to help tackle anxiety at scale and give their silent friends a way to outsmart mental health challenges. This month we are focusing on our Earkick community. We will introduce you to our First Earkick … Continue reading Launch of New Ambassador Role for Advocates of Anxiety tracking
NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness in the USA, published a heart-rending story by our very own Ella about her panic attacks which started when she was nine years old. Ella describes how she learnt to navigate her challenges over the last 5 years and shares advice to her younger self (and others.) Ella … Continue reading NAMI publishes Ella’s story ‘Growing Up with Panic Attacks’
I know what you’re thinking… really? When most of us search for help regarding anxiety we are met with thousands of links about anxiety disorder, symptoms, medication and panic attacks. So what possible benefits can having anxiety give us? Hear me out. If you know you experience anxiety, that is a great step towards managing … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Anxiety Is Good 👀
Your parents said it, your teachers said it, your athletic friends preached it and yes, you’ve heard it over and over: Physical exercise is good for combatting your stress and anxiety. But wait, why? Isn’t life busy enough and doesn’t our daily grind make us sweat and rush sufficiently? Benefits of exercise – a bag … Continue reading How regular physical exercise reduces stress and anxiety
I experienced my first panic attack when I was only 9 years old. It happened out of the blue, while I was in school and I didn’t know what was happening to me. All of the sudden I couldn’t breathe anymore and so I stuck my head out the window to catch my breath, assuming … Continue reading My Life With Panic Attacks
… and 3 Reasons to get started! 🚀 Tracking your anxiety is an excellent way to find information on what causes your anxiety to appear in the first place and discover things that are making you feel better. Keeping a daily record of your mood, symptoms, thoughts and experiences is the first step to take … Continue reading Why Tracking Your Anxiety Matters