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Anxiety and Better Mental Health

Tools and information for students dealing with anxiety

Anxiety and better mental health

Anxiety and better mental health

We all feel anxious—that's a normal part of being human—but sometimes day-to-day fears can become overwhelming. If anxiety starts to affect your relationships, school or work performance, or other areas of your life, you may be dealing with an anxiety disorder. Anxiety is incredibly common, especially for those dealing with life changes, like those you might encounter as a new college student.

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What's in this guide?

This guide contains an introduction to anxiety for Pratt undergrads, plus links to further reading and resources. Use the navigation to the left to find an introduction to anxiety, tips for managing anxiety on your own, resources for getting more help with anxiety, and more.

Please note that none of the information within is intended to be a substitute for diagnosis. Only a qualified mental health professional can diagnose you with an anxiety disorder. 

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