If you or someone you know are dealing with frequent panic attacks, finding that anxiety won’t go away or is preventing you from functioning at home or work; it might be time to tackle the issues or speak to a health professional.

There are many forms of anxiety disorders, but the one thing they have in common is their impact on day-to-day activities. Find out more below.

Find out more about anxiety.

Media Statement Minister for Communities, Women and Youth, Minister for Child Safety and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence The Honourable Shannon Fentiman Financial assistance is now available for south-east Queensland’s not-for-profit organisations that have been affected...
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The Mental Health Collaboration Project aims to increase access to justice for clients with mental illness by providing community lawyers with skills and resources to work effectively and collaboratively with this client group, to meet all their legal needs . These resources are based on extensive...
Not-for-profit Law has updated its guide to 'The laws of advertising and your community organisation'. The resource provides practical tips to help organisations comply with the laws of advertising and marketing in Australia. Importantly, these laws apply to many fundraising activities of charities...
The 2016 Boyer Lecture Series titled Fair Australia: Social Justice and the Health Gap, were delivered by Professor Sir Michael Marmot , President of the World Medical Association, Director of the Institute of Health Equity and a leading researcher on health inequality issues for more than three...
In October 2016, the Minister for Health and Minister for Ambulance Services released Connecting care to recovery 2016-2021: A plan for Queensland's State-funded mental health, alcohol and other drug services (PDF 3.32MB). Connecting care to recovery 2016-2021 builds on the vision of My health,...
If you or someone close to you is experiencing suicidal thoughts or feelings, safety planning can help you get through the tough moments. Every day around 200 Australians attempt suicide, while many more think about it. When thoughts of suicide begin it can be hard for people to know what to do,...
Any parent will tell you that raising kids is one of the biggest, most rewarding challenges you’ll face in life, especially when it’s all new and you’re still figuring out how to dismantle the pram without losing a thumb. Beyondblue has been following a group of new dads on their journey into...
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More than 80 per cent of Australians believe our society is becoming a lonelier place, according to a new survey recently released by Lifeline Australia. CEO Pete Shmigel said findings from the national charity’s recent Loneliness Survey highlight the lifesaving importance of caring real-world...
The Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social and Emotional Wellbeing Action Plan 2016-18 ‘Proud and Strong’ has been released by the Queensland Mental Health Commission. The Action Plan aims to improve social and emotional wellbeing, and outlines 62 actions to be taken by government...
One in ten Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young men rate their happiness as zero, compared to just one per cent of non-Indigenous young people. In their annual youth survey, Mission Australia found that one-quarter of Indigenous young people also reported high levels of concern about...

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