Tag Archives: Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety 101 – Ep 17 – Can You Relate To This? w/That Anxiety Guy

Be FREE of your Anxiety and Panic Attacks! Many of the comments received during the Anxiety 101 series have touched upon how relatable some of the things we say are in the podcasts. As Drew has taken the steps to not let anxiety rule his life anymore, viewers might assume that he "never felt as bad as I do". In episode 17 we go back over some of Drews experiences when he was in the midst of his anxiety disorder. ———————– If anyone would like to ask […]

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10 Anxiety & Panic Attack Myths Debunked

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Be FREE of your Anxiety and Panic Attacks! In this video we'll take a look at 10 common myths relating to anxiety and panic attacks. There are many things that you might have heard about anxiety and panic attacks that simply aren't true. Here's a list of the 10 anxiety and panic attacks myths that we debunk in this video. 1. Panic attacks & anxiety are the same thing 2. A panic attack can make you pass out 3. Anxiety is not a real illness 4. Someone […]

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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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Types Of Anxiety Disorders And Their Symptoms

Be FREE of your Anxiety and Panic Attacks! Suffer from anxiety or panic? Get free anxiety relief solutions here: http://beatinganxiety.org/advice It can be a bit confusing trying to differentiate between the different types of anxiety that are out there with everything from post-traumatic stress through to generalized anxiety disorder and then to things like OCD. And although they all share a certain level of anxiety the disorders themselves are actually quite different and do have varying symptoms. In this video you’ll learn about the four types of […]

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