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How Anxiety Can Make You Socially Inept

Anxiety in public places The primary trigger of anxiety symptoms is the constant fear that everything you do is wrong. Even the simplest tasks seem impossible to complete. Your ability for rational thought is compromised. The intensity can be so high that it makes you feel that everyone is watching. The fear starts days before an event, and this is when these individuals look for ways to avoid going to these places. Depression and self esteem https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/stress-anxiety-depression/raising-low-self-esteem/issues sometimes end up affecting these individuals. Social anxiety sufferers can […]

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What is Generalised Anxiety Disorder or GAD? – Mental Health

Be FREE of your Anxiety and Panic Attacks! Generalised Anxiety Disorder or GAD for short – what's it all about? Do you suffer from Generalised Anxiety Disorder? Want some advice on how to start to deal with this mental health condition? Please do not use this video to diagnose your mental health condition. Your GP should be the first place you visit if you think you are suffering from Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD). If you are diagnosed as a sufferer of generalised anxiety disorder , then please […]

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What Is Anxiety & What Are Anxiety Disorders?

Be FREE of your Anxiety and Panic Attacks! Suffer from anxiety or panic? Get free anxiety relief solutions here: http://beatinganxiety.org/advice In this short video we’ll be answering once of the basic most but common questions about anxiety and panic disorders and that it ‘exactly what is anxiety and what are anxiety disorders?’. Anxiety is a physiological or psychological state which is capable of affecting your cognitive processes. Simply put it’s a feeling of fear or worry that makes a person feel tense and ‘stressed out’. This date […]

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Anxiety As It Really Is

1  It  just turns up. One day you’ll be fine, living like a “normal” person almost forgetting your anxiety. The next you’ll wake up or be in the middle of a conversation and you’ll have been struck. The best way to explain this – it’s like a light switch in your brain, it turns on and off as it pleases, and suddenly you’re not the same person. 2 Plans aren’t valid until you’re actually doing them. If you have anxiety then you know the drill. Someone will […]

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Symptoms of Child Anxiety Attacks


Children anxiety disorders are common, but the exact number of sufferers is unknown, most likely because the condition is often under-diagnosed, undiagnosed or unreported. While it is very treatable with good, persistent medical care, medical experts agree that anxiety problems during childhood (when misjudged and overlooked) will likely to persist as an adult psychiatric disorder. In other words, early manifestations of anxiety through anxiety attacks during childhood must be addressed as early as possible hence, reducing the chances of developing into an adult version. Through the following […]

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Understanding Anxiety and Anxiety Attacks


Anxiety is a normal, healthy feeling that is experienced by everyone. It is the body’s way of reacting to stimulus that pushes us to either “fight” or “flight” over a situation. However, when anxiety attacks are chronic, severe, and irrational, and begin to affect the health of a person (physically, psychologically and emotionally), it already becomes a problem that must be addressed immediately. There is a thick line between healthy and unhealthy anxiety attacks. Unfortunately, the demarcation line is almost ignored that normal anxiety crosses into the […]

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