20 Wellness Blogs Every Anxious Person Should Read

Dr. Morgan Camp M.D.


If you're dealing with anxiety issues, it's going to have a negative impact on all aspects of your life - if it's not already. Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental illnesses in the U.S. You're not alone, even though it may feel like it at times. Considering the times, almost everyone feels anxious daily.

If you’re dealing with anxiety issues, it’s going to have a negative impact on all aspects of your life – if it’s not already. Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental illnesses in the U.S. You’re not alone, even though it may feel like it at times. Considering the times, almost everyone feels anxious daily.

If you're dealing with anxiety issues, it's going to have a negative impact on all aspects of your life - if it's not already.
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There are plenty of great resources online that can provide all the help you need if you’re ready to make some positive lifestyle change. Wellness blogs for anxiety, in particular, are a great place to start.

How Can Wellness Blogs Help?

Wellness blogs for anxiety are one of the best ways you can find up-to-date information on just about any health-related topic within minutes.
They’re also great for finding personal experiences from people going through the same things as you, including:
• Social anxiety disorder
• panic attacks and panic disorder
• experiences with cognitive behavioral therapy and others
• depression

the information you need to improve your life is out there, you just need to know where to look.
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There are blog posts and people out there sharing their stories about mental wellness, spiritual enlightenment, holistic Health, and everything in between. All the information you need to improve your life is out there, you just need to know where to look.

With that in mind, here is a list of 20 wellness blogs every anxious person should read to finds the answers and health-related tips they’re in need of:

20 Wellness Blogs Every Anxious Person Should Read

1. Calm

Calm is probably best known for its award-winning meditation app. They also have an active blog regularly updated with new posts covering everything from meditation to tips on how to beat anxiety and keep, well, calm.

2. Healthy Place

Healthy Place has a wealth of content focusing on specific mental health issues. They have also built up a large community if you want to connect with people in a similar place in their lives.

3. Tiny Buddha

Tiny Buddha is one of the longest-running self-improvement and general wellness blogs. They run challenges, share stories from readers dealing with anxiety and depression, and provide loads of helpful content both on their blog and via social media.

4. Mind Body Green

As the name suggests, Mind Body Green (MBG) covers health and wellness aspects for the mind and body and provides nutritional and dietary information. The blog features mostly user-generated content, which gives an interesting and personable feel.

5. Sleep Junkies

Getting a good night’s sleep and maintaining a healthy sleeping schedule is the cornerstone of good mental and physical health. If you want to improve your own sleeping habits, I recommend subscribing to Sleep Junkies.

6. Harvard Medical School

If you prefer factual clinical studies over user stories and general blog content then you should read the Harvard Medical School blog. Medical professionals write the content, which provides some interesting insights.

7. Possibility of Change

If the thought of change is something that makes you anxious or even excites you, you’ll find help in the Possibility of Change blog. The contributors talk through how they tackled changes in their lives.

8. Mind

Mind is an organization based in the UK that helps people going through mental health difficulties. They publish a lot of stories from people talking about their own mental health struggles with anxiety and panic.

9. Time to Change

Another UK-based blog sharing stories from people dealing with a wide range of mental health problems. If reading about how other people deal with anxiety helps you, I recommend checking out their blog archives.

10. Chipur

Chipur is authored by Bill White, a former addict turned mental health professional. Bill focuses his content on helping others manage their own mental health struggles.

11. Mindcology

Mindcology is a site dedicated to mental health, physical wellbeing, self-improvement, and all things related to wellness. They also have a search feature to help you find a therapist near to you or specializing in certain fields.

12. Anxiety United

Anxiety United brings together people suffering from and living with anxiety. Reading these can help you realize you are not alone.

13. Anxiety Sisters

The anxiety sisters are Abbe Greenberg and Maggie Sarachek. As sisters who have lived with anxiety for decades, they provide tips and personal stories to help others through their blog and podcast.

14. Simple Mindfulness

Practicing mindfulness is a powerful way to get a better grip on your thoughts. You can lower your stress levels, reduce your anxiety, and start living a happier and more fulfilling life. You’ll find everything you need to better understand mindfulness at Simple Mindfulness.

15. The Meditation Blog

Meditation is one of the most effective ways to achieve a greater state of calm and improve your overall wellness. The Meditation Blog covers everything to do with meditation from starting out, to advanced techniques.

16. Everyday Health

Everyday Health is a huge site covering all facets of health and wellness. It’s a good resource to have bookmarked. If you’re looking for information on a specific topic, you’ll likely find it here.

17. Well and Good

A healthy body leads to a healthy mind. Well and Good focuses on helping readers improve their physical wellbeing. They provide a good blend of interviews with industry professionals and provide actionable health tips.

18. Healthline

Healthline is one of the largest online health publications. The content comes from a team of certified physicians, nurses, and public health experts. The content is factual, detailed, and backed up by citing scientific studies.

19. Pick the Brain

Pick the Brain covers a broad range of topics that come under the umbrella of self-improvement. You’ll find everything from personal stories to general health and wellness tips.

20. Healthy Living by HuffPost

HuffPost is one of the largest U.S. online news and opinion websites. They have a category where they archive all their best health and wellness content. It’s worth bookmarking as it’s updated regularly with up-to-date health and wellness content.

Anxiety affects so many people’s lives, work, and relationships daily. If you want to learn more about dealing with your mental health issues, check out Dr. Morgan’s free eBook.

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About Dr. Morgan Camp M.D.

Dr. Morgan is an expert in Functional and Integrative Medicine with a Strong Emphasis in stress related illnesses like anxiety and insomnia. In addition to his 20 years of work in Functional Medicine, he has expanded his practice to include work on the deeper aspects of our being that point to the root cause of our illnesses working with Mind Body Wellness, Energy Medicine, and Healing with Consciousness.
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