Buffalo, New York (PressExposure) March 28, 2007 -- Maria Pascucci, a 28-year-old web entrepreneur, recently launched Campus Calm (www.campuscalm.com) to help stressed out high school and college students reach success without suffering the ill effects of anxiety, depression and insomnia.
In 2001, Pascucci graduated from Canisius College in Buffalo, New York with a 3.92 grade point average and knows how much stress being an overachiever can cause in a studentâs life. According to a 2004 survey by the American College Health Association, nearly half of all college students report feeling so depressed at some point in time that they have trouble functioning, and 14.9 percent meet the criteria for clinical depression.
âI want Campus Calm to empower students to choose to make their health a priority and to look at the big picture before they graduate,â said Pascucci.
At http://www.campuscalm.com, students, parents and educators can find free resources to download, a blog, interviews with experts, a free biweekly newsletter and other advice. Pascucci is also developing a line of information products to help students with anxiety and depression using her own personal experience.
Campus Calmâs mission is to help high achieving high school and college students find balance, reduce stress, increase self-confidence and get out of the studentsâ state of perpetual overwhelm â all before they leave their academic years behind. For more information about Campus Calm and to sign up to receive the Campus Calm Connections newsletter, please visit http://www.campuscalm.com.
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