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Generalized Anxiety Disorder Symptoms

Published in Anxiety Panic Attacks on 27th June 2009

Everyone experiences anxiety now and again – particularly when stressful events crop up – but if you find yourself worrying much of the time, you might be suffering from generalized anxiety disorder or GAD. This disorder differs from day to day stress because it is often not directly related to specific events in your life […]

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EFT – The Emotional Freedom Technique

Published in Anxiety Panic Attacks on 27th June 2009

If you have consulted doctors and therapists in an effort to free yourself from the debilitating effects of panic attacks, but you have been unable to obtain the relief you seek, there is good news – a simple strategy called the Emotional Freedom Technique or EFT has been shown to quickly and easily reduce or […]

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Hypnotherapy for Panic Attacks

Published in Anxiety Panic Attacks on 26th June 2009

Panic attacks significantly impact your ability to enjoy daily life – for some people, the symptoms of panic disorder can be utterly debilitating. Fortunately, for many sufferers, hypnotherapy has been proven to be an effective treatment. If you suffer from panic attacks, you have probably spent considerable time looking for treatment options to help you […]

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder Treatment

Published in Anxiety Panic Attacks on 26th June 2009

What is it like to live with generalized anxiety disorder? Imagine you’re riding in a plane, and the pilot tells everyone on the plane that the aircraft is experiencing technical difficulties. You immediately start having feelings of impending doom – even though you don’t know the exact nature of the technical difficulties, you are left […]

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Specific Carbohydrate Diet and Anxiety Panic

Published in Anxiety Panic Attacks on 25th June 2009

There are many types of treatment that are used to reduce the effects of panic attacks; however, many of them offer only limited relief. In some cases, these treatments do not work at all for some sufferers. If you have found it difficult to obtain relief from your anxiety through traditional methods, the Specific Carbohydrate […]

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Substance Abuse and Panic Attacks

Published in Anxiety Panic Attacks on 12th June 2009

Living with the symptoms of panic attacks can make every single day feel like a major ordeal. It can become difficult to leave the house without thinking about whether you will end up spiraling into a state of panic. For some sufferers, even routine tasks, such as going to the grocery or taking in a […]

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Fear of Flying

Published in Anxiety Panic Attacks on 11th June 2009

There are many situations in which cause people undue anxiety and stress, but one of the most common stress producing situations is flying in an airplane.  The fear of flying affects millions of people around the world – many of whom have never even traveled by airplane. The fear of flying can significantly complicate a […]

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Heart Attack Symptoms vs. Panic Attack Symptoms

Published in Anxiety Panic Attacks on 11th June 2009

If you’ve ever been in a situation where you feel your blood pressure rising, your chest tightening, and the world spinning around you, you probably wondered if your were having a panic attack or a heart attack. In fact, the sheer dread that you’re experiencing a heart attack undoubtedly made your symptoms even worse… which […]

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms

Published in Anxiety Panic Attacks on 9th June 2009

If you or someone you love has experienced a traumatic event, the effects can be devastating. People who have dealt with trauma often feel the effects of the even long after it occurs. We most often think of post traumatic stress disorder as affecting soldiers who have returned from battle; however, this disorder can be […]

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Social Anxiety Disorder Treatment

Published in Anxiety Panic Attacks on 9th June 2009

Social anxiety disorder does more than just disrupt a sufferer’s life – it turns his or her world upside down. What’s more, this disorder not only affects the person suffering from it, but his or her family and friends as well. Imagine having a child who is counting on you to show up at her […]

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