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Anxiety and Panic Attacks Can ...

by: Bertil Hjert Paul couldn´t stop sweating! He thought there was something wrong with his glands or maybe it was just too hot out! He had been having this problem of heavy sweating off and on for about 3 months now. He also was a lot...

Panic Attacks & Anxiety: A...

by: Bill White For those who’ve read my previous article, Panic Attacks and Anxiety: Derealization and Depersonalization – You Aren’t Going Crazy!, this is the perfect follow-up scoop. But if you’ve yet to read it, not to worry,...

Visualization And Social Anxie...

by: Gary M. Miller Social anxiety disorder greatly reduces the quality of a person’s life. People who suffer from social anxiety miss out on so much that life has to offer. Opportunities are greatly limited, because the person who...

Social Anxiety – What Is...

by: Pauline Smith Social Anxiety is another crippling Anxiety Disorder which can bring on Panic attacks and is also known as Social Phobia. It’s a fear of social situations and being judged or embarrassed when meeting or talking to other...

How To Deal With Children s An...

by: Gregory Frost Approximately 5 to 20% of all children suffer from at least one form of anxiety disorder. This refers to an overwhelming sense of fear or worry that is out of proportion to the individual’s situation, and often causes an...

Medication for Anxiety Disorde...

by: Greg Frost There are many different anxiety disorders, but their one common underlying characteristic is the overwhelming and incessant worry and fear experienced. For those who suffer from anxiety disorders, there is a variety of...

SOS Help For Generalized Anxie...

by: Ian Spencer The best thing to do when you suspect you are suffering from GAD is to rush to your family medical practitioner and seek immediate medical help. Side by side, you could start with some SOS measures that would keep the...

Making Sense of Anxiety by And...

by: Andy Sullivan We would not be human if we didn’t feel anxious from time to time. Anxiety is a process that can actually be helpful at times in alerting us to things that are wrong or not quite right. The problem we face is if we...
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Anxiety Symptoms In order to identify anxiety you need to be very familiar with the symptoms it manifests. The symptoms of anxiety are many and these are broadly classified into five categories: (i) somatic, (ii) behavioral, (iii) cognitive, (iv) emotional, and (v) defense mechanism. Each one of these...
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by: Gary M. Miller Social anxiety disorder greatly reduces the quality of a person’s life. People who suffer from social anxiety miss out on so much that life has to offer. Opportunities are greatly limited, because the person who suffers from social anxiety cannot take advantage of any...