Marcus Clarke BSc MSc

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Marcus has a degree in psychology, a masters degree in health psychology and has worked within the NHS as well as private organisations. Marcus started psysci a psychology and science blog in order to disseminate research into bitesize, meaningful and helpful resources that are interesting and insightful and often help people on the right track to improving their lives.

How to deal with Anxiety and Stress

Anxiety disorders are amongst the most prevalent mental health conditions. The term is used differently in medical literature and online content but generally serves as an umbrella term for a multitude of anxiety-related disorders including panic, phobias, separation anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).  Anxiety is often marked by symptoms including fear, nervousness and chronic distress. […]

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Rhodiola for Anxiety: Research, Dosage and Product Reviews

Rhodiola rosea, it’s a traditional medicine that holds potential as another alternative form of treatment for anxiety.  Anxiety is an umbrella term for several disorders that result in symptoms such as fatigue, insomnia, irritability and even physical deterioration.Treatments such as anti-depressants, sedatives and mood stabilizers do assist in alleviating symptoms but unfortunately, these treatments often come […]

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Best Ashwagandha for Anxiety: Latest Research and Products Reviewed

In the never-ending quest to find natural alternative treatments for anxiety, scientists and researchers continue to explore possibilities for treatment that differ from traditional anti-depressants, sedatives and prescription drugs. Supplements for anxiety are one effective method for treating anxiety by balancing chemicals and neurotransmitters throughout the body. Some of the best supplements for anxiety include St […]

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NAC for Anxiety: Research, Side Effects and Product Reviews

There’s a never-ending war against the condition of anxiety and the slew of symptoms that it brings including sleeplessness, fatigue, digestive problems and mood fluctuations. Recently, natural and low-risk forms of treatments such as supplements, natural beta blockers, essential oils and the use of biofeedback machines have become increasingly popular to help manage anxiety. NAC, or N-acetylcysteine, […]

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