Friday, 31 March 2017

Proven Methods for Overcoming Anxiety

There are two schools of thought when it comes to dealing with anxiety. Some sufferers see nothing wrong with taking prescribed drugs. The trouble with this approach is that it doesn’t deal with the root causes of the anxiety disorder. It simply masks the symptoms. Often anxiety disorders develop because the victim holds unhealthy outlooks toward life in general. They take a negative approach to things. They believe the worst is about to happen to them. These beliefs can often be traced back to some traumatic event earlier in life. One of the proven methods for overcoming anxiety is counseling.

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Coping Strategies for Anxiety & Stress

An Interview with Therapist David Olem LMFT Feelings of anxiety and stress can take over our life if we allow it. By finding the right coping strategies you will be able to reduce anxiety and stress. To help understand what type of impact stress and anxiety can have on your life and what coping strategies may help you to reduce anxiety and stress, I have interviewed therapist David Olem LMFT. Tell me a little bit about yourself. “I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in San Francisco, California. One of my areas of specialization is helping people deal with

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Thursday, 30 March 2017

Prepare a Child with Separation Anxiety for Preschool

Starting preschool can be frightening for young children. If a child has a history of separation anxiety, the first day of preschool can be an even more frightening experience. Here are four steps that you can take to help your child succeed in preschool. Meet the Teacher before the First Day of Preschool According to Gordon Neufeld, Ph.D., author of Hold on to Your Kids, children with a strong attachment to their parents need to feel connected to the teacher in order to make a smooth transition to preschool. This is best accomplished by the parent initiating a friendly relationship

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Understanding and Conquering Anxiety Attacks

All of us have scared, worried and anxious thoughts. These are normal and usually pass fairly quickly. We learn how to confront these things and then move on. However, there are some people who are unable to do this and thus suffer from an extreme reaction to what is otherwise an everyday occurrence. While you may think that these people could simply avoid the activity that they find so undesirable, doing so only serves to further heighten their anxiety about that problem. Oftentimes this will also lead them to take drastic measures and even grow a lot more fearful of

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Wednesday, 29 March 2017

Averting an Imminent Anxiety Attack

Anxiety disorders can happen to any one at any time. A single stressful situation may lead to severe anxiety. Most of the time, a lot of people who suffer from anxiety disorder succumb to it quite quickly. But then, I believe a lot of those who are about to have an anxiety attack know the situation they are in and can possibly do something to stop it on its tracks. I’ve been able to avert anxiety attacks so let me share the things I did. First and foremost, I believe that the key to averting any anxiety attack is acknowledging

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How to Survive Anxiety and Panic During Pregnancy

Trust Me, I’ve Been There! So, you’ve gotten the two pink lines, the plus sign, or the digital “pregnant?” Immediately you feel a flood of emotions. In most women, these are happiness, excitement, a bit of fear, and some anxiety. It’s completely natural to wonder what is in store for the next 40 weeks of your life. It’s instict to feel protective of your unborn child from the minute that pregnancy test is positive. It’s even normal to feel anxiety to an extent. But for some women, who are already battling an anxiety disorder, such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive

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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Older Adults with Anxiety May Be Helped by Medication

Older adults suffer from anxiety disorders in increasing numbers. As the population ages the incidence of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is likely to increase the human and economic toll on people and on the health care system. Preliminary research suggests that use of an SSRI drug called escitalopram can provide improvement for older people with GAD. One of the most common psychiatric disorders in older adults is Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), which is defined by chronic worry and anxiety that is difficult to control. Physical symptoms related to GAD include muscle tension, fatigue and sleep disturbance. About 7.3 percent of

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How to Overcome Separation Anxiety When You Have to Work

Same as skinny jeans and boots, hectic schedules are very common nowadays and this is very hard for parents who both have work and poor baby will be left on the care of someone else for the first time. Parents tend to feel guilty and end up being anxious in work. What do parents really need to do when leaving their children in a relative or family friend with no guiltiness? There are ways which will help a parent comfortable about their separation with the child. Of course, the parent must first consider the capability of the temporary “nanny” to

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Monday, 27 March 2017

How to Help Family Members with Anxiety Disorder

Many times anxiety relates to some situational and maturational crises like: Unmet dependency needs, low self esteem, dysfunctional family system, feelings of helplessness and lack of control in life situation, unfulfilled tasks of trust and autonomy. It is also evidences by increase of tension, increased of helplessness, overexcited, apprehensive, fearful, restlessness, poor eye contact, increased difficulty taking oral nourishment and inability to learn. Here are some long-term goals which can help person with anxiety disorder: Be available to stay with the family member with anxiety problem. Remain calm and provide reassurance of safety. Safety and security is your initial priority

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Overcoming Anxiety and Panic; It Can Be Done, and I’m Living Proof

There is nothing worse than experiencing panic/anxiety attacks, and I would not wish that on my worst enemy. But, since I have had to deal with this in my life, I decided to reach out to anyone else who may be affected by this disease to let them know that it can be managed. My first problems started at the age of 17, after leaving home and moving away to a new city 90 miles from home. They began as a sense of dread, feeling faint, hopelessness, helplessness and just sheer panic. This was back in the 1970’s, when there

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Sunday, 26 March 2017

Natural Anxiety Solutions: Are There Any Which Can Help Me Quickly?

Hunting for solutions to help get rid of anxiety from your life? If that’s the case, natural anxiety solutions are the most effective. If you have done any research at all, you found yourself bombarded with adverts regarding expensive medications providing you with “speedy fixes”. At first glance, the idea seems fantastic but think about the dangers. A couple of them are: Side Effects A lengthy article could be written regarding the severe side effects of prescription medications that are meant to assist anxiety attacks, panic attacks, and depression. After researching the most popular ones, there is one which keeps

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Anxiety and Genetics: Breaking the Cycle

I’ve been dealing with anxiety and depression, in one version or another, for my entire life. Before I was diagnosed in college, I thought my symptoms-insomnia, panic, malaise, feelings of hopelessness, my inability to get out of bed-were about my intense academic schedule and my constant need to overachieve. I finally went to a therapist when I started to experience chest pain that seemed to have no medical explanation. It was then that I was finally diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder. Generalized anxiety disorder, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/publications/anxiety-disorders/generalized-anxiety-disorder-gad.shtml), is trademarked by exaggerated worry, persistent anxiety,

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Saturday, 25 March 2017

Look to Natural Anti-Anxiety Herbs to Offer Help for Panic Attacks

Anyone who has had a panic attack knows how terrible they are and would never want to deal with that again, the logic turns off and the fight or flight turns on. Your body will react involuntarily and at the will of the adrenal glands, they start hormones rushing into your system triggering you to either get out of there or stick it out and fight. These attacks can be a severe problem and are for many but there might be a natural aid for them, a class of Anti-Anxiety herbs. Picture this, your heart starts to race, all of

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Explaining Anxiety Medications

People that experience various anxiety disorders will usually resort to anxiety medications. There are a great number of these that are out there on the drug market. In my article here, I’d like to explain what some of these medicines are and their side effects. Ativan is a medication that is used primarily for anxiety problems. It fits in the class of drugs which effect the nerves and brain, producing a more calming effect. It stimulates a natural body chemical that we have known as GABA. GABA is a neurotransmitter in the brain which plays a role in behaviors and

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Friday, 24 March 2017

Relief from Anxiety Through Thought Stopping

If you are battling an anxiety disorder, relief from anxiety through thought stopping may help you. As you probably know, a lot of your anxiety doesn’t come from what you are going through in your life, but what your mind tells you about the current situation. The key is to try to change your thoughts to change the anxieties that go along with them. Getting Relief from Anxiety through Thought Stopping Getting relief from anxiety through thought stopping means that when you start to think about something that you know will bring you down a path of worry, fear, and

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Tips for Reducing Feelings of Anxiety

Everyone feels a little anxious sometimes. Anxiety is a normal part of life. However if you find your feelings of anxiety are frequent and having a negative impact on your daily life then it’s time to do something about it. The following are some tips for reducing feelings of anxiety. Incorporate a daily exercise routine. Exercising is a wonderful way to reduce feelings of anxiety. So think about what type of exercises you would most enjoy and are capable of doing. Then spend between 20 minutes to an hour exercising. Some examples of exercises are aerobics, bike riding, walking, swimming

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Thursday, 23 March 2017

Is Kava Safe and Effective for Anxiety, Depression and Stress?

Kava Nation If you’re reading this, you may already know the conflicting claims about whether Kava is safe and effective for helping with anxiety, depression and stress. I am not a doctor and I don’t sell Kava, but I am a happy Kava user and hope my story will help. Kava is a plant that has been widely used in the South Pacific for ritual and social purposes for more than 3,000 years. Now many people in the US and Europe are using Kava to treat anxiety, depression and insomnia and combat stress. It is important to get Kava from

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Research Proposal: Death Anxiety

Society is face to face with death every day. However, some people are more at ease with the idea of dying than others. The fear of death and dying is commonly referred to as “death anxiety”, and has been studied by many researchers. The primary purpose of the proposed study is to determine if there is a correlation between age and death anxiety. Research will be conducted to determine if the age of a person has any relation to a score on the Templer Death Anxiety Scale (Templer 1970). Although death is an inevitable part of life, studying death in

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Wednesday, 22 March 2017

How to Squelch Separation Anxiety for Your Toddler

The thought of leaving your toddler or young child with a babysitter or at a daycare center often concerns parents and terrifies children. If your family is facing a challenge like this, read on to learn how to reduce, and eventually eliminate separation anxiety for your child. At home, allow your child to approach friends, relatives, and strangers on his or her own terms. This way, the child will learn to become comfortable approaching people; this is beneficial in a daycare setting because a child must learn to communicate needs to a caregiver. Giving a child time to observe people

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Tips for Coping with Childbirth Anxiety

Interview with Psychologist Carol Hicks Are you having childbirth anxiety especially as the date of the birth draws near? Are you unsure on how to cope with childbirth anxiety? To help understand the cause of childbirth anxiety and tips for coping with childbirth anxiety, I have interviewed psychologist Carol Hicks. Tell me a little bit about yourself. “I have a MA degree in Psychology and I have been a Marriage and Family Therapist for 30 years with a specialty in hypnotherapy influenced by Milton Erickson. My ex husband and I wrote ‘The Answer Within’ as a clinical framework for Ericksonian

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Tuesday, 21 March 2017

10 Natural Ways to Reduce Anxiety

If you suffer of anxiety you might need a doctor but there are a few things you can do on your own. Usually people who suffer of anxiety have a rich imagination and they see all possible bad consequences of any action. Know yourself! Some persons tend to worry all the time. An event from the past might cause the anxiety too. In this case the first step is to identify that event. The over protective parents who are always warning their kids about the dangers in life can transmit their anxiety. Another possibility is that you have been though

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How to Beat Anxiety Without Drugs

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States, with about 13% of adults being affected by them. These disorders include Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Chances are if you have issues with Anxiety you have been put on some sort of medication by a doctor. Many afflicted with these disorders are helped immensely by these drugs, but some would rather use natural methods to reduce the symptoms. Here are a few suggestions and places to find additional information about homeopathic remedies for anxiety.

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Monday, 20 March 2017

Cure Your Anxiety Naturally with Anxiety Herbs

Now more then ever people are stressing over many things in their lives. From worrying about paying their bills, to keeping their home and keeping their jobs. This stress can eventually lead to feeling anxious or having anxiety or panic attacks. It is very confusing or scary at first. Many people don’t understand it. All of a sudden you could start feeling uncomfortable and maybe start shaking or have sweaty palms. Social anxiety sufferers can develop a fear of communicating with people or public speaking. Everyone searches for ways to stop it and unfortunately most will come up with a

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My Personal Experience with Anxiety

Anxiety has always been a struggle in my life. Many people deal with this illness. I know from personal experience it can be a very scary and tense time, but there is hope. I was a child when I had my first episode of anxiety. I was at school, in the cafeteria. I was a lunch helper that day. As the kids began to come in the lunch room I felt a little overwhelmed at that time. From that point on I began to become nervous and extremely short of breath. I then had a feeling of complete adrenaline running

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Sunday, 19 March 2017

Dealing with the Anxiety of Being Married to a Law Enforcement Officer

My husband has been a corrections officer in a maximum security prison for most of our married life. With a little under fifteen years left to go before he retires, he still has a significant amount of time ahead of him to finish his career. Likewise, I still have quite a few years ahead of me to deal with kissing my husband goodbye every morning and sending him off to God Knows What during his workday. Although the world is a dangerous place and anything can happen to anyone at any time, a job in law enforcement has it’s own

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How to Manage Fear from Panic or Anxiety Attacks

Most panic or anxiety attacks are in some way tied to fear. At some point, the fear becomes irrational, which then triggers the panic attack. The individual knows the fear is irrational, but can’t seem to fully manage it. For those that suffer from fear-related illnesses, learning how to manage fear can be extremely challenging, but also empowering. The first step in managing fear is acknowledging it. Acknowledge the ‘thing’ that causes fear. This is your root cause. By not addressing the root cause, no amount of counseling, treatment, or anything else will work. If there are several ‘things’ that

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Saturday, 18 March 2017

How I Overcome Airplane Anxiety

Up until a recent long flight (which was my first ever), I was excruciatingly afraid to ride on an airplane. My anxiety was at an all time high for about a week before the trip. I kept looking at my boyfriend longingly, foolishly thinking it would be my last time seeing him because I thought that surely I would be involved in a plane crash. My anxiety was so intense that I was getting horrible chest pains for a few days before the ride. On the day of the first flight (I was flying from Philadelphia to Phoenix and then

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Tips to Control Hurricane Anxiety

Manage Anxiety Before, During, and After the Storm Hurricanes are fascinating, a nightmare that you wish never happened but you can’t stop being amazed by their power. Hurricanes have been responsible for millions of dollars in damaged and shattered lives. Hurricanes have their own frightful personality. Each year you hope for the best and prepare for the worst. It is a different experience for each person that survives a hurricane. The first symptoms of a hurricane come before the rain or the winds hit the coast. The primary impact comes in the form of anxiety. After Andrew that anxiety grew

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Friday, 17 March 2017

Dealing with Anxiety using Natural Herbs

Medications are not always the best way to treat a problem. Anxiety is something that a lot of people have to deal with and something that is not particularly pleasant. If you are one of the unfortunate people who is faced with anxiety on a daily basis and medications are not the right choice for you, natural herbs are one of the best ways to go. Some herbs are great when it comes to treating anxiety. Kava Kava This herb has been used for centuries. It is known to help people calm down and put people in a better mood.

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Dealing with Your Baby’s Anxiety Towards Change

You just had your first child, and he is a darling who sleeps, wakes and eats like clock work. Mealtimes are becoming civilized now that the baby can manage with the spoon. So now you want to show off your new bundle of joy to your aunt. But you are up for a surprise when baby starts spitting out his food and knocking the bowl on the floor when your aunt tried to feed him. He refuses to sleep and screams with rage for no apparent reason, making seem like a lot of trouble and not the cute baby you

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Thursday, 16 March 2017

The Natural Way to Treat Anxiety

Anxiety is a feeling of worry or concern, and most everyone has experienced anxiety at some point in their lives. Anxiety can be caused by work stress, mental illness and lack of sleep but there are numerous other causes as well. Anxiety can cause us to exhibit symptoms such as: muscle tension, restlessness, tachycardia, nausea, headaches, insomnia and sweating. There are a number of prescription medications that can be prescribed for this condition. However, these prescription medications can cause additional side effects that might not agree with everyone. Fortunately, there are a number of natural ways to combat anxiety that

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Need Help with Anxiety? – a Simple Plan to Get Your Life Back

If you need help with anxiety, you are not alone. Millions of people struggle daily with the same problem. In this article, you will learn a simple 3-step plan for overcoming feelings of anxiousness once and for all. What is Anxiety Feelings of anxiousness can vary from mild to severe. Although it is form of fear, it may not have a specific object. For example, if you are afraid of water, then you are only worried when you are in the presence of a body of water. You don’t worry about being afraid of water when you are at home.

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Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Anxiety Attacks and Panic Attacks

Do You Know the Signs? In today’s stressfull times, more and more people are having stress related anxiety attacks and panic attacks. The two are very closely related and have the same symptoms, so for reference in this article I will use  “http://recoveranxietyattacks-panicattacks.blogspot.com/“> anxiety attacks to stand for both. Let me start listing the symptoms. I would like to start of saying that if you are experiencing this symptoms for the first time, please consult with your physician to make sure they are not the result of any other underlying cause. Dizziness – you have a feeling of dizzines for

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Tips for Overcoming Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Anxiety and panic attacks can be very frightening and disorienting. Not to mention uncomfortable and sometimes painful! Anxiety and panic attack symptoms can range from light-headedness, shortness of breath, chest pain, dizzy or faint feelings, nausea or stomach cramps, heart palpitations – and those are just a few! If you are experiencing anxiety or panic attacks, know that you are not alone. I’m sure it doesn’t make you feel better that literally thousands of people in every part of the globe experience anxiety or panic attacks every day, but it’s important for you to know that you don’t have to

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Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Anxiety: Learning to Quiet the Voice in Your Head

Have you ever heard yourself question the way you think? Maybe after yelling at your child, or perhaps after raging about the little old lady taking her time to cross the street while you were waiting at a red light, have you ever heard your mind ask, “Why am I so upset? Why did I react that way?” Maybe after you ate something you promised your self you would not, or maybe after you bought something you said you wouldn’t, you may have heard your inner voice question your behavior. Did you pay attention, or did you ignore the voice

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How to Treat Separation Anxiety in Your Dogs

Because dogs are social animals they instinctively seek a companion. When left alone dogs can suffer from a condition called separation anxiety. Generally, almost every dog reacts when his master leaves the house. For some dogs however, the reaction is so intense that they need to be addressed for the benefit of the dog and its master as well. Signs of extreme anxiety in dogs are incessant barking or whimpering, digging, chewing, hyperactivity, vomiting, urination or defecation, and destroying things around him. In some cases, dogs can even go to the point that they would hurt themselves when left alone.

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Monday, 13 March 2017

How to Ease Your Child’s Anxiety Over Attending School for the First Time

Is your child is going to school for the first time this year? If so, the first day of school can be daunting. Here are some ways you can calm first day fears and reassure your child that the first day will be alright.  Concerns about their teacher are often a source of anxiety among children attending school for the first time. They may ask “What if my teacher is mean?” If the school offers an orientation, take the child to meet their teacher. This will ease their fear of the unknown. Reminding them of friends or family members who

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Natural Cures for Social Anxiety

Social Anxiety is when a person is fearful of social situations. People with the disorder are constantly in fear of being embarrassed in the presence of others. Anxiety or severe nervousness can accelerate into panic attacks, without treatment this disorder can effect a persons life such as relationships, social events, school and work. There are several products available for Social Anxiety. Here are some of the natural products available online. You can learn more about each of these products by visiting their website listed. Take time and read the information carefully. Natural products are non-addictive and are an alternative to

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Sunday, 12 March 2017

Anti-Anxiety Medication Paxil

Many people suffer from anxiety, panic attacks and depression, all of which can be treated with medications such as Lexapro, Zoloft, and Paxil. Many people have heard of Zoloft as we know the commercials with the little bubble being sad and then happy. Lexapro is another one that can be well known, but what about Paxil? Paxil is used more for anxiety and panic attacks than depression, but can be used for all three as well as other issues such as obsessive compulsive disorder, eating disorders, and self mutilation. Many people take Paxil daily, myself included. Most times doses are started

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Seven Pointers to Reduce Your Anxiety

Oh No, Not Another Speech! Lights, camera, action! Your up! You have to nail this speech for the sake of your company, your job, and your future promotion. Your legs start to shake. Your breathing gets tight. In fact, a trip to the bathroom is first priority in your mind. Your stomach starts turning. Your heart is beating so fast and so loud that you are sure the people sitting next to you wonder if you are going to make it. Have you ever experienced some of those nervous anxiety feelings? Sure, sweaty palms, racing heart, and shaking legs are

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Saturday, 11 March 2017

Stop Anxiety and Panic Attacks In 3 Steps

If you’re having anxiety or panic attacks, I don’t need to describe to you how terrifying the experience can be. The first time you had such an attack, you probably had no idea what was happening, and might have thought you were losing your sanity. However, if you’ve found your way to this site, it looks like you probably diagnosed your condition and are ready for the next step. So, what can you do about your anxiety attacks? I’ve done a lot of research, recovered from panic disorder, and am happy to say that as complex and confusing as the

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Dysfunctional Roles of the Anxiety Sufferer

Blaming Others Many different challenges exist for the social anxiety sufferer and all anxiety sufferers in general. For each anxiety sufferer, a system of challenges can be linked together in order to form a “challenge system” (more on this in a future article). Described succinctly, a challenge system is the complete set of challenges that each person experiences, and how these challenges interact with that person and his or her other strengths and challenges. If one were to take an afternoon and think about all the things with which he or she struggles, one would find that he or she

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Friday, 10 March 2017

Coping with the Anxiety of a Down Economy

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, unemployment remained at 9.4% in 2010. This doesn’t include many others who settled for lower paying jobs, had to take part time jobs, and others still just completely gave up, and are out of the job market all together. The real estate market has not stablized in many parts of the country, and many people are still struggling to make their house payments. As a result, more houses are going for short sales or into foreclosures. Even the people not directly effected by job losses or are at risk for losing their home

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Relieve Your Anxiety in a Natural Way

Anxiety can be very difficult to relieve but there are a few natural ways which can help you. Relaxation plays a very important role when you try to cure anxiety. 1. Healthy diet When you are stressed the organism consumes quicker the nutrients and if they are not replaced the anxiety gets installed. There for it is important to have a healthy diet. The black bread and rise are very good and can have a relaxing effect. 2. Vitamins are essential! Eat a lot of fruits and vegetables for vitamins. The B vitamins are the most important for curing anxiety. 3.

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Thursday, 9 March 2017

Natural Ways to Reduce Anxiety

In the modern world there are many problems which the people are facing in their day to day life. People mostly think about their future and this makes them anxious and worried. Life today has become very hard and hectic. Anxiety is a major problem for most of the people of the world. Even the small children are becoming more and more anxious day by day. There are some tried and true techniques to deal with any kind of anxiety. Out of them the 10 most common natural ways to reduce anxiety are discussed below- 1. PraytoGod– One of the

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Defining and Explaining Anxiety

Ok, you may be questioning yourself, “what exactly is anxiety in the first place?” And if you are then congratulations, you came to the right place. If you think you may have anxiety then again, you’ve come to the right place. Because by the time you’re done here you will know as much as your doctor or therapist knows about anxiety. Lets begin, from time to time, everybody experiences some form of anxiety. But fear not. Anxiety is a normal everyday reaction to help you cope with stress. So normal in fact that it is the most common mental illness

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Wednesday, 8 March 2017

Anxiety is the Product of Incongruence

Often It Is The Result Of Behavior Misalligned With The Value System Anxiety is the product of an incongruence. That is that beliefs or desires are at conflict with behavior or reality. Say I value family and I spent all my time at work I will have anxiety. It can sometimes be difficult to detect the incongruence. Most often is is the result of behavior that is misaligned with the value system. That is the conflict between stated belief and true beliefs. Incongruent thoughts and behaviors make one feel like and impostors. No matter how well studied, thoughts or behaviors

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How to Deal with Separation Anxiety in Your Dog

A dog’s natural instinct is to be part of a pack. This explains why canines are more apt to experience and suffer from separation anxiety than felines. Much the same as with people, certain types of dogs are more susceptible to develop separation anxiety due to various reasons, such as lack of self-confidence, having been the unfortunate recipients of abuse or neglect during developmental years, or by having severe fear of abandonment issues. It is important that you distinguish between bad behavior and separation anxiety so that you as a pet owner may be able to address the issue properly

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Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Anxiety Management: Learning About Your Anxiety and How to Overcome It

Are you that person when struck by anxiety, felt it so strong that it drives you to panic, lose control of it, which results to despair and/or depression? Most people experience anxiety in situations like oral recitations in class, job interviews, stage plays, etc. and the most probable result when this goes out of control is disappointing. Many people have tried to find ways on how to cure and get rid of anxiety. However there is no cure to anxiety. It is a normal reaction of a human being not used to a certain action or situation. According to some

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Tips for Avoiding Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Are You a Sufferer of Anxiety and Panic? If you have ever had a panic attack, chances are that you do not want to go through it ever again. It is a horrible feeling. At the time of panic, you may feel like you are going to die. Several people describe their panic attacks as making them feel like they are going to pass out or have a heart attack. You become shaky and nervous, and you just want it to stop. There are folks that experience these symptoms several times a day and just do not know how to

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Monday, 6 March 2017

Psychiatric Therapist Offers Primer in Smashing Depression

You Can Beat Depression. But First You Have to Know What is Standing in Your Way Having been a psychiatric therapist for fifteen years, I was stumped. Why were my clients finding it so difficult to beat depression? Was I teaching my clients the wrong things? I thought about what I was teaching them: how to talk back to negative and often really nasty self-thoughts; the importance of human connection; the essential need to seek out meaning and purpose in life; the need to toss aside, no hurl away, self-sabotaging behaviors; the vital role medication often plays. No, the problem

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How to Effectively Deal with Anxiety

Anxiety rears it’s ugly head in every aspect of life. It can show up at home, at work, at school, in relationships, everywhere! Anxiety is not only uncomfortable for the person experiencing it, but it is also extremely unhealthy. It can effect sleeping and eating patterns. It can also affect your blood pressure and heart rate. Anxiety is something that is always going to be present. Our world moves too quickly for anxiety to completely disappear. However, those who deal with anxiety effectively will have a much happier and healthier existence. I am a freelance writer. I work at home

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Sunday, 5 March 2017

Understanding Child Anxiety

The modern world is filled with fast paced, high tech activities that can cause stress and anxiety in adults. Sadly, the anxiety can also affect your child. There are several indicators that your little one is suffering from child anxiety.   Insomnia, belly aches, fear of going to school, fear of going outside, worry for parents and friends, extreme safety concerns, irritability and more. Children are growing up in the is fast paced world and parents are dealing with so many sources of anxiety themselves that often the symptoms of child anxiety are overlooked.   When a parent does notice

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How to Overcome Social Anxiety

Change your way of thinking. People who have social anxiety tend to jump to conclusions about people prematurely. They think everyone is judging them even though most of the time they’re wrong. You can change your way of thinking by actually getting to know some of these people instead of jumping to conclusions.   Love yourself. Before you can have the confidence needed for social situations, you must find individual things about yourself that you are proud of. Make a list of things that you are good at and keep reminding yourself of these things each time you approach someone.

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Saturday, 4 March 2017

Tips for Dealing with Social Anxiety and Shyness at College

How to Deal with Your Social Phobia Social anxiety and shyness can be very difficult for young college students. But as long as you take a few assertive steps, you can learn to enjoy your college experience in spite of your fear of social situations.   Join Clubs Sometimes making friends is as easy as finding people with similar interests. If you are someone who has difficulty initiating social contact, try joining a handful of on-campus clubs or activities. Even if you think you will be too busy during the semester to keep up with all your activities, attending the

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What Are the Effects of Stress and Anxiety?

Are you feeling not quite yourself lately? If so, it is possible that you are experiencing the symptoms of stress and anxiety. Stress is a normal part of life and in small amounts can actually be helpful to you. However, prolonged stress and anxiety can lead to a variety of physical and psychological problems. So just what are the symptoms of stress and anxiety?   The symptoms of stress and anxiety can include: Dry mouth Irritability Dizziness Diarrhea Frequently needing to urinate Irregular heart beat Rapid Breathing Muscle tension Headaches Sweating Trembling or twitching Abdominal pain Decreased concentration Sexual problems

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Friday, 3 March 2017

Anxiety – What It’s Really All About

Anxiety by definition is psychological state of mind in which can be exhibited by a number of physical and emotional symptoms. The physical symptoms of anxiety are often portrayed and confused with symptoms of nervousness, while this observation is not necessarily incorrect, there is still a difference between having an anxiety disorder and just being nervous. The biggest difference that can be explained in the most simple way is that Anxiety is backed by an actual psychological fear or apprehension of something which can cause stress or anxieties. In a nutshell, Anxiety digs way deeper than just being nervous in

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Are You in Search of Natural Anxiety Attack Treatments? They Can Be the Key that Unlocks Natural Anxiety Cures!

Are You In Search of Natural Anxiety Attack Treatments? They Can Be the Key That Unlocks Natural Anxiety Cures!   Are you wondering about the effectiveness of prescription medication for your anxiety attacks? Have you heard about natural anxiety treatments and wonder if they can actually help?   Those are very good questions.   First of all, the prescribed meds just cover up the symptoms of your attacks. Natural treatments get to the real root of the problem and solve it. Not only that, but the natural way is very healthy and does not have the many side effects of

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Thursday, 2 March 2017

Social Anxiety: How Does it Affect Your Life?

Many people know the pressures of being in front of a crowd, it’s one of the biggest phobia’s among adults. You can see the scenario, the crowd is before you with all eyes on you. You try to find the words you should be speaking and then they come to you. You start to talk and everything starts going well. The tension eases and you start to feel more comfortable. Now… to someone with Social Anxiety this is a whole other story.   Your issues start when all eyes are on you. You worry that you will mess up and

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Fighting Anxiety Over the Loss of a Relationship

Keeping it Healthy and Med-free True, not everyone has been there. The excruciating pain of being left by your significant other is not something common to the past of the average person. However, every day millions of people around the world find themselves struggling with the end of a relationship and this can take a serious toll on your mental and emotional health.   All new situations bring their share of uncertainty and therefore, a fear of the unknown. It can be thrilling but it can also be very nerve-wrecking. Anxiety sets in when the day comes and the sense

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Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Separation Anxiety in Children

Making Good-Byes Easier Most parents will experience the trauma of tearful goodbyes associated with leaving the side of their young child or infant. Although it is a completely normal and developmentally appropriate part of childhood and infancy, it is often a disconcerting and heartbreaking experience that will replay itself over and over. These tearful and tear-filled goodbyes are known clinically as separation anxiety. It affects most children (and parents equally) at some point in their development, but most often it occurs between 8 months and 2 ½ years of age. This age span is quite broad, but it takes into

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Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Children

Separation anxiety is an extremely common disorder in children of varying ages, but is most prevalent in children three years of age, or younger. Anxiety stems from a child’s fear of being left alone, or the fear that something will happen to a parent while they are away. Dealing with separation anxiety issues can be very stressful for parents, but there are steps you can take to help your child cope with the separation.   The first thing you need to do, is decide if you are truly dealing with a separation anxiety issue, or if your child is just

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