What do you want to use a bathroom sink? If you’re thinking shower, then no worries. I’ll give you step-by-step instructions on how to choose the perfect bathroom sink for your bathroom renovation project. I hope this guide will inspire you and help you create a beautiful bath or shower that makes your home more functional.
Next, you need to measure the sink size. You can do this by measuring the entire width and length of the sink and subtracting an inch from each of these measurements. For example, let’s say your bathroom is 9 feet by 5 feet – that’s 45 inches wide by 50 inches long. Subtract an inch from each measurement: 44 inches and 49 inches, respectively. Then, have a look at the measurement in between your subtracted numbers – in this case, 6 inches (44 – 42 = 2 inches and 49 – 47 = 2 inches). This is the width of your sink, which should be less than or equal to 6 inches.
How can an anxiety management program help with anxiety?
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, affecting approximately 40 million adults in any given year. Anxiety is considered a normal reaction to certain stimuli, but when you have anxiety problems with symptoms such as sweating, shaking, and rapid heartbeat for no reason at all (when there is actually nothing to be anxious about), it can become a serious condition. Anxiety disorders are also more common in young women (although they affect men, too), as well as people with eating disorders, bipolar disorder, and depression. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) estimates that anxiety affects about 40 million Americans. It is associated with more than 60 million doctor visits a year and results in an estimated $42 billion in lost productivity.
Anxiety disorders are highly treatable, but only 25% of those suffering receive treatment. Unfortunately, many doctors are either unaware of the latest insights into anxiety disorders or they may not have the time to properly educate their patients. Sometimes people avoid treatment because they mistakenly believe that therapy is as psychoactive as medication or surgery (sorry, no Miracle Cure exists).
Move over Anxiety, There is a New Anxiety!
The person who used to suffer from anxiety (my client) came to see me after being told by her doctor that she suffered from PTSD. (That’s right, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.) The doctor explained that this was different than anxiety and that it would be debilitating for her to return to the workplace. This naturally caused a great deal of fear, which fed her anxiety, and created further avoidance of the workplace.
So my client did what she knew best. She avoided. For 2 years, she avoided her workplace, until the job was no longer available. And by the time she worked up the courage to contact me, both her and her family were in a very desperate situation and needed help desperately.