Panic, Anxiety and COVID-19

Erectile dysfunction, or “ED” for short, is way more common than people realize. Up to 40% of men are effected by ED by the time they hit 40! Bridgeside Medical Clinic offers a non-invasive approach to treating erectile dysfunction, without having to have surgery, get injections OR take pills! Andrew Rinehart joins us to explain more.
On this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected- Dr. Liz talks to Yolanda Renteria. Yolanda is a trauma therapist who has gone viral on TikTok, for giving her (psychological) take on all of the characters from Encanto!
In a society where being busy is sometimes taken as a badge of honor, it’s really easy to find it hard to say “no”! But there is a fine line between busy, burned out and exhausted- and the lines between all of the aforementioned tend to get muddy on a frequent basis.
The month of May is Mental Health Awareness month. It is an important opportunity to raise awareness about mental health ailments. It’s the perfect time to educate the public, fight the stigma surrounding mental health, and have open conversations about how important mental health is.
Most of us will never know what it’s like to have our lives, let alone love lives, aired for millions to see on television. The impact of this on a person’s mental health can be monumental. Joining Dr. Fedrick on this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected is Clayton Echard, from ABC’s most recent season of “The Bachelor.”
In our culture of “busy,” it’s not surprising that it’s almost a badge of honor to be so busy that you’re stressed out constantly! Joining Dr. Liz today is Krystal Jackson, a Licensed Professional Counselor. She is going to walk us through “ease,” and how to incorporate it into our lives.
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, better known as “POTS”, isn’t a visible or life threatening condition. What POTS is- is mentally, physically, and emotionally draining.
Have you ever found yourself with anxiety on a Sunday, looking at the work week ahead? You are not alone!! A lot of people deal with “Sunday scaries” instead of “Sunday fundays."
According to the Mayo Clinic, a migraine is defined as “a headache that can cause severe throbbing pain or a pulsing sensation, usually on one side of the head. It's often accompanied by nausea, vomiting, and extreme sensitivity to light and sound. Migraine attacks can last for hours to days, and the pain can be so severe that it interferes with your daily activities.”
Approximately 55% of Americans suffer from driving anxiety. This  anxiety can manifest in a variety of ways, leaving some sufferers unable to drive at all. Dr. David Shanley, a psychologist specializing in anxiety and OCD, talks with Dr. Liz about his work with those suffering with anxiety and common practices in treating driving anxiety.