Understanding Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Most people with anxiety do fairly well in relationships, work, when there is not a lot of pressure or stress. Once even a moderate level of stress is introduced, many people with anxiety turn into a bucket of nerves. If you are highly reactive to anxiety you might experience tension in school or the work place or in relationships. These symptoms often include: vomiting before examinations or important meetings with your supervisor; increased irritability with partners, children or co-workers; or inability to sleep the night before a presentation or stressful confrontation. People who experience these symptoms don’t like it, but they’ve accepted the fact that they’re just tense people. Well, you don't have to accept that you are a "tense person." You can change and therapy and coaching can help. There is quick, effective help for panic attacks that doesn’t involve drugs. You can learn to:
  • Prevent the physical symptoms that make anxiety attacks worse (racing heart, nervous stomach, insomnia, lack of motivation and energy).
  • Experience effective coping for panic attacks, agoraphobia, social fears, generalized anxiety, obsessive-compulsive behaviors, post-traumatic stress disorder or other anxiety disorders.
  • Improve your family, business and personal relationships.
  • Overcome your stress, anxiety and depression, even if you've experienced this all your life.
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