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The Truth About Anxiety & Panic Attack “Cure” Programs

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Be FREE of your Anxiety and Panic Attacks! I’ve long wanted to share my view and opinion on ‘paid for’ programs which claim to cure anxiety and stop panic attacks. The Trouble is that you can’t mention any names these days without fear of reprisal. So I’ve kept things really broad here, if you offer a ‘cure’ for anxiety in the form of a program or you claim to be able to switch off panic attacks and you charge the earth for it, I’m talking about you. […]

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Is Mindfulness Useful In Combatting Fear And Anxiety?

Mindfulness is it an answer? Its a buzz word that’s bandied around today, used in conjunction with mental health and counselling. But is it just some kind hippy hocus pocus or is it indeed useful?.I know that there are many practitioners throughout the globe. As an ex-life coach, I have to be open-minded and explore anything that may help clients. What works for some will not work for others, it’s about what works for you. Mindfulness is an alternative to traditional methods, such as medication and counselling. […]

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Teen Anxiety Attacks: Signs, Symptoms and Remedies

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All teens, just like any adult, feel anxious from time to time as a normal reaction to stressors. Going on a date, speaking in public, meeting new people, competing in sports, performing on stage, and taking exams are some of the things that make us feel apprehensive. However, some teens experience severe anxiety than others. Some even feel severe anxiety by just thinking about the situation that has yet to happen. And when someone experiences episodes of panics or develops irrational fear over certain events or problems, […]

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Symptoms of Child Anxiety Attacks

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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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Self-Help Treatment for Panic Attack

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Although it is not advisable to diagnose yourself with panic attack, it is really not sensible to wait until your supposed “attack” is over before you do something about it. Here are the things you must know so that when you feel that you are having an attack, you know what to do: Understand what panic attack is all about. Awareness is the most important weapon to combat panic attacks because when you feel or know that you are under an attack, it is much easier for […]

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Understanding Anxiety and Anxiety Attacks

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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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Understanding Panic Attacks

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What is a panic attack? A panic attack is a sudden attack of exaggerated anxiety and fear. Often, attacks happen without warning and without any apparent reason. Some people may experience just one episode of panic attack, while others can have recurring episodes. Recurring episodes usually happen after a person is exposed to various events or situations that may “trigger” panic. While it is generally harmless, panic attacks can severely disable a person physically, emotionally and psychologically. In extreme cases, panic attacks can lead to panic disorder. […]

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What You Should Do if You Had a Panic Attack

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Experiencing a panic attack for the first time can be distressing not only because of the actual experience during the attack but also because you tend to develop fear of future attacks. Also known as anticipatory anxiety, fear of future attacks causes continuous fear and tension disabling you to relax. Often when the condition is not addressed, it will lead to phobic avoidance wherein you avoid places, situations, gatherings, and events where emergency help is not readily available or where having an attack can be embarrassing. Take […]

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What Can You Do to Stop Anxiety Attacks

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Episodes of anxiety attacks can be uncomfortable, unpleasant and unhealthy. Because of this, most people head to the medicine cabinet for a quick relief. While some may find medications as an effective way to battle anxiety, there are more natural and equally effective ways of dealing your excessive emotion without subjecting the body to different negative side-effects. Exercise – Exercise improves the health of the body and mind, and improves the overall well-being of a person. A 30-minute exercise, 3-5 times a week is enough to provide […]

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