• Types of Anxiety

    What Is Anxiety.pdf   Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxie More >>
  • Overcoming Anxiety

    Overcoming Anxiety.pdf   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 >>
  • Exercise and Anxiety

    Exercise and Anxiety.pdf   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 >>
  • Understanding anxiety

    Understanding anxiety.pdf   Anxiety is undoubtedly an unpleasant feeling, but it is something that everyone experiences. Of course, some people experience anxiety more regularly than others, but it is a completely natural experience that is part and parcel of daily life. Due to the More >>
  • How To Deal With Anxiety

    How To Deal With Anxiety.pdf   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 >>
  • What Causes Anxiety

    What causes anxiety.pdf   New technologies are enabling researchers and scientists to learn more about the biological, psychological, and social factors that influence the development of an anxiety disorder. With a better understanding of underlying causes, better treatment and ev More >>
  • Symptons of Anxiety

    Symptoms of anxiety.pdf   The symptoms of General Anxiety Disorder (GAD) often develop slowly and can vary in severity from person to person. Some people experience only one or two symptoms, while others experience many more. More >>
  • Anxiety Attacks (Panic Attacks)

    Anxiety Attacks.pdf   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 >>
  • Seeking help

    Seeking help.pdf   Anxiety is a problem which feeds on itself and is often covered up and dealt with in isolation. Help should be sought as soon as possible. If physical symptoms are severe consult your GP as first port of call. Counselling may help to face the fears and re More >>
  • 12 Tips for Overcoming Anxiety

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