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  • 12 Tips for Overcoming Anxiety

    Anxiety in various forms and degrees seems to be a wide-spread problem, affecting people of all ages and in every country. More >> Self-Help Advice Anxiety.pdf  
  • Anxiety Attacks (Panic Attacks)

    In many cases, panic attacks strike from out of the blue without warning. Often, there is no clear reason for the attack, and they may even occur when you’re relaxed or asleep. More >> Anxiety Attacks.pdf  
  • Anxiety Disorders Statistics

    Statistics and facts about anxiety disorders; the most common mental illness in America. • Anxiety Disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S. with 19.1 million (13.3%) of the adult U.S. population (ages 18-54) affected. • According to "T More >> Anxiety Disorders Statistics.pdf  
  • Anxiety in the Elderly: 5 Common Sources

    Anxiety is a common feeling. Almost everyone falls victim to its clutches one time or another but those who suffer from anxiety disorders or prolonged anxiety episodes understand how debilitating of a feeling anxiety can be. More >> Anxiety in the Elderly.pdf  
  • Anxiety symptoms and signs in children and teenagers

    The similarities and differences in symptoms of anxiety in adults compared to children and adolescents depend on the specific condition that is causing the anxiety. More >> Anxiety symptoms and signs in children and teenagers.pdf  
  • City Living and Anxiety

    The brains of people living in cities operate differently from those in rural areas, according to a brain-scanning study. More >> City Living and Anxiety.pdf  
  • Coping with Anxiety

    Divorce, layoffs, threat of terrorism -- there's plenty of anxiety around for everyone these days. And very often, the source is something we can't change. How do you know when it's time to get help dealing with your anxieties? More >> coping with anxiety.pdf  
  • Dealing With Panic Attacks

    A panic attack is an experience of sudden and intense anxiety. Panic attacks can have physical symptoms, including shaking, feeling confused or disorientated, rapid heartbeats, dry mouth, sweating, dizziness and chest pain. More >> dealing with panic attacks.pdf  
  • Ending the anxiety

    I have been struggling with anxiety and panic attacks for years now and although I've been on Seroxat in the past I did eventually stop taking it. The problem is, when I stopped taking it I was a total mess so started it again and now I feel worse. More >> ending the anxiety.pdf  
  • Equine Assisted Psychotherapy

    Broadly speaking, equine assisted therapy involves the use of horses to help people to cope with and possibly overcome certain challenges including anxiety, stress, speech problems, drug addiction, emotional issues, behavioral issues, and physical disabil More >> equine assisted psychotherapy.pdf  
  • Exercise and Anxiety

    Ever heard the saying ‘healthy body, healthy mind’? When it comes to treating anxiety, this saying could not be more relevant. Studies have shown that regular exercise can brighten your mood, reduce anxious thoughts and decrease the physical symptoms. Alo More >> Exercise and Anxiety.pdf  
  • Fear and Anxiety

    Fear is a very powerful emotion. It has a very strong effect on the mind and body because it is one of our natural survival responses. It tells you what to do in an emergency, like a fire or if you are being attacked. More >> Fear and anxiety.pdf  
  • Five Ways to Calm Situational Anxiety

    Your heart pounds. Your palms sweat. Your mind races -- going over the million different things that could go wrong. More >> Five Ways to Calm Situational Anxiety.pdf  
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder facts

    Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is a mood disorder that is characterized by multiple and/or nonspecific worries that interfere with the person's life in some way. More >> Generalized Anxiety Disorder facts.pdf  
  • How To Deal With Anxiety

    Anxiety can become a very inconvenient thing to have in your life if you wish to live it fully. If you want to know how to deal with anxiety, remember that you can do more than just take medication or see a therapist. In your everyday life, you can do thi More >> How To Deal With Anxiety.pdf  
  • How to Handle Anxiety in Children

    By Katherine Lee It is an unfortunate but very real fact that stress and anxiety in children is a common problem in today's fast-paced, high-tech, activity-packed society. If your child is experiencing stress and anxiety, try these simple but effective w More >> How to Handle Anxiety in Children.pdf  
  • How to Sleep Better

    How you feel during your waking hours hinges greatly on how well you sleep. More >> Against Anxiety. How to Sleep Better.pdf  
  • How to stop worriying. Accept uncertainty

    The inability to tolerate uncertainty plays a huge role in anxiety and worry. More >> How to stop worrying. Accept uncertainty.pdf  
  • How to Stop Worrying

    Worrying can be helpful when it spurs you to take action and solve a problem. But if you’re preoccupied with “what ifs” and worst-case scenarios, worry becomes a problem. More >> How to Stop Worrying.pdf  
  • How to stop worrying. Ask yourself if the problem is solvable

    Research shows that while you are worrying, you temporarily feel less anxious. More >> How to stop worrying. Ask yourself if the problem is solvable.pdf  
  • How to stop worrying. Be aware how others affect you

    How you feel is affected by the company you keep, whether you are aware of it or not. More >> How to stop worrying. Be aware of how others affect you.pdf  
  • How to stop worrying. Challenge anxious thoughts

    If you suffer from chronic anxiety and worries, chances are you look at the world in ways that make it seem more dangerous than it really is. More >> How to stop worrying. Challenge anxious thoughts.pdf  
  • How to stop worrying. Create a Worry Period

    It is tough to be productive in your daily life when anxiety and worry are dominating your thoughts. More >> How to stop worrying. Create a Worry Period.pdf  
  • How to stop worrying. Practice mindfulness

    Worrying is usually focused on the future—on what might happen and what you will do about it. More >> How to stop worrying. Practice mindfulness.pdf  
  • Learn to calm down quickly

    Many people with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) don’t know how to calm and soothe themselves. More >> Learn to calm down quickly.pdf  
  • Minimizing Your Risk of Anxiety

    If you suspect that you or someone you know suffers from an anxiety disorder, talk to your health care provider. More >> Minimize your risk of anxiety.pdf  
  • Myths About Anxiety

    Anxiety is a misunderstood disorder and there are a number of myths that exist. By understanding anxiety, people can be better prepared to find strategies to help overcome the symptoms. More >> Myths About Anxiety.pdf  
  • Nutrients to beat anxiety

    If you take individual B vitamins, also take a good B complex supplement to help prevent imbalances among these vitamins, which work together. Specific B vitamins have been shown to be deficient in patients with agoraphobia. More >> Nutrients to beat anxiety.pdf  
  • Overcoming Anxiety

    These problems all involve heightened anxiety. In overcoming them, the goal is not to get rid of anxiety for it is normal, a part of being human. An in-built instinctual response that helps ready us for action, anxiety exists to protect us and help us to More >> Overcoming Anxiety.pdf  
  • Recognising Teenage Anxiety

    Teenagers, as they grow, tend to feel anxiety a lot. Part of their feelings of anxiety may be driven by the need to fit in with peers, to feel accepted, to achieve academically or in sports, or by thoughts about their future. More >> recognising teenage anxiety.pdf