Calm Mind: Proven Tactics to Treat Anxiety Panic Attacks and Take Charge of Your Life

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In a century filled with stress, depression, and pressure, panic attacks and anxiety are becoming more of a common health hazard for most people. The most dangerous aspect about these new symptoms is the fact that they come unexpectedly and leave whenever they want. Worst of all, you have no control over them as they can happen unexpectedly and randomly.
Nevertheless, anxiety is caused by many reasons and panic attacks are the second stage to that reason. So how do you deal with these symptoms throughout the course of your life? Fortunately, this book will give you the basic run downs of how to get rid of your anxiety and panic attacks, reasons as to how it happens, and why it happens.
In addition, it will give you tips on how to maintain a stress free life as well methods on how to deal with anxiety and panic attacks during certain situations.
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Michael Winford was a young man diagnosed with depression at the age of 14. Although he has had therapeutic help since he was young, he also suffered from anxiety and was prone to panic attacks. Nevertheless, after years of endurance, he persevered. Michael attended the University of Pennsylvania, earning a master's degree in Psychology and Social Science, and is now spending his free time off work to visit schools in order to help students who had suffered the same symptoms as he did.

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Mar 8, 2013
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30
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9781456614195
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English
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Psychology / General
Self-Help / Anxieties & Phobias
Self-Help / Personal Growth / General
Self-Help / Self-Management / Stress Management
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Anxiety affects nearly everyone to some degree, but there seems to be an increasing number of people suffering from high anxiety levels. This can make you feel nervous, panicky and sometimes afraid to leave the house or be outside your comfort zone.


In this book the author talks about his experiences of anxiety and the struggles he faced over a ten year period of his life. During the last year of anxiety a number of things were realised that led to significant changes that eliminated the panic attacks and have minimalised the effects of anxiety and that’s the reason for this book.

This book has been written to help other people who suffer with anxiety or panic attacks. It details the changes and realisations that enabled the author to overcome anxiety and beat panic attacks.

It would also be of interest if someone close to you suffers with anxiety. The symptoms and reactions can often appear confusing or illogical to a spectator. This book will help you understand what happens in both the mind and the body when someone suffers with anxiety.

BATTLING WITH ANXITEY
If you struggle with anxiety in your every-day life, or maybe you started having panic attacks and have no idea why? This book has been written for you. Throughout the pages of this book, you'll discover the hidden cause of anxiety and how you can deal with it.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
This is a story of the authors own first hand experiences of anxiety and panic attacks. It has been written to share with you the lessons he learnt in managing his anxiety and overcoming panic attacks.

USEFUL ADVICE
You'll find this book is packed full of useful advice on how to manage anxiety. The author explores the causes behind the anxiety and biologically what's happening during a panic attack and provides suggestions for simple changes you can make to reset your body chemistry.

PRACTICAL EXERCISES
Also covered in the book are practical exercises to help change the way you think about anxiety and your life. From reflective writing to mindful meditation, this book provides you with all the information and inspiration you need.

 Natural Cures of Anxiety
Table of Contents
Preface
Warning Shots
Chapter # 1: Overview
Chapter # 2: Physiological Symptoms of Anxiety 
Chapter # 3: Physical Symptoms of Anxiety
Chapter # 4: Causes of Anxiety Disorders
Chapter # 5: Types of Anxiety Disorders
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Chapter # 1: What is it?
Chapter # 2: Symptoms of GAD
Chapter # 3: Treatment
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Chapter # 1: What is it?
Chapter # 2: Symptoms of OCD
Chapter # 3: Treatment
Phobia
Chapter # 1: What is it?
Chapter # 2: Symptoms of Phobia
Chapter # 3: Treatment
Social Anxiety Disorder
Chapter # 1: What is it?
Chapter # 2: Symptoms of SAD
Chapter # 3: Treatment
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Chapter # 1: What is it?
Chapter # 2: Symptoms of PTSD
Chapter # 3: Treatment
Conclusion
References 

Preface
Anxiety, what is it? The common perception of anxiety is a disorder that keeps a person all tense and worried. The reality however is quite different; Anxiety is not itself a disorder, it is a universal term used for a collection of disorders that cause fear, nervousness, worrying, apprehension, etc. These may sometimes be combined with physical symptoms that include shaking, sweating, chest pains and headaches. Anxiety is not a disease or an epidemic but is a natural response to certain events; for example you may feel anxious on a roller-coaster or when you’re trying to finish a test in the last few minutes. Therefore, no one is immune to anxiety; anyone can have a sudden anxiety attack and experience symptoms of anxiety.Many people are not always under the effect of anxiety but experience sudden jitters or anxiety attacks. 
Initially anxiety is not dangerous but it can become a problem when you start to feel anxious for no reason. This is the first sign of danger and if left unattended can cause problem that can disrupt your entire social and professional life.
“Reading, learning and even thinking about tackling anxiety will make you more anxious.”
– Unknown
Right now and right here, it should be clear to you that this is an entirely false and ridiculous myth and believing it would do you no good. If you don’t know what you’re dealing with how are you supposed to counter it? So do not let this thought become a hurdle in managing anxiety.
In this book you’ll learn how to counter every disorder associated with anxiety and you’ll learn to do it naturally! Therefore, just relax and get ready to get all that uninvited anxiety right out of your system.
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