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Anxiety Revealed

A compilation of the best articles for those suffering with anxiety and related disorders

Coping with Phobia-Related Anxiety | Anxiety Revealed

My heart was racing, I had difficulty breathing, and a feeling of uncontrollable panic consumed me. I was having an anxiety attack. I was in my car parked outside of the lab with a requisition from my doctor for blood work. Today was the day. I was finally going to have my baseline blood-work done.

Anxiety and Self-Talk | Anxiety Revealed

One of the most powerful tools that you have in your challenge or battle with anxiety is the ability to master and control your self-talk. The way that you talk to yourself instructs and influences the belief system that you hold about yourself and the circumstances around you.

All The Lonely People | A blog about loneliness

Jennifer's blog about loneliness and how she's overcome it

How to get over a nervous breakdown

The best treatments to get over a mental breakdown Thank goodness you're reaching out for help to get over that nervous breakdown . Having a breakdown is such a frightening experience that it's no wonder you 're desperately looking for advice on how to recover.

american college of healhcare sciences | ACHS Blog

BY ACHS President Dorene Petersen, BA, Dip.NT, Dip.Acu, RH (AHG) Responding to stress is something people naturally do to help regulate the body-but staying in a constant state of stress will eventually have negative health effects.

Affirmations for Anxiety

Web Toolbar by Wibiya If you're interested in natural remedies for anxiety, then this page on affirmations for anxiety is the right place for you. Why will Affirmations Help? I'm giving you here a list of affirmations so you can choose what rings a bell with you; what will help you the most.

You're the Cure: 4 Self-Reliant Ways to Relieve Anxiety Now

" Back to Well-Being Articles by Hadley Gustin Spontaneous sweats, headaches, full body tension... These are only a few of the many symptoms that comprise anxiety. Today, over 40 million Americans are diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, and what is worse is that the number of undiagnosed people who suffer from anxiety is much higher.

10 Scary Things Stress Can Do To Your Body

We know that a little stress can be good for you, but when you're constantly feeling under pressure -- overwhelmed, anxious, totally frazzled -- the effects can actually add up to something dangerous.

12 Spiritual Principles to Live By

Life is hard. It doesn't mat­ter if you're liv­ing in a huge man­sion or stand­ing in line at a soup kitchen, the truth of the mat­ter is, not many of us are given the tools while grow­ing up to cope with the many stres­sors in our lives.

Getting Positive Influences Into Your Life-and Negative Ones Out

The dichotomy between good and evil, positive and negative, will always be. However, you can choose between the two. Make the negative an abstract idea that you once knew, but vow to never visit again. Make the positive your default position. This switch begins with your relationships.

Viewpoint: Don't be afraid to seek help for mental health issues during college

Many of my fellow students have told me that their first year of college was the happiest, most carefree time of their life. For me, it was one of the worst time. Two years ago when I was an incoming freshman, I had the world of my feet.

Light Therapies For Depression

(updated 11/2014) (Don't do this on your own. There are risks, described below. But these risks are almost certainly much smaller than those of medication approaches. ) Bottom line: clearly more than a placebo. Dawn simulators are the first step (much easier to use, cheaper, no risk).

13 Lies Your Depression Is Telling You

When you're depressed, you often find yourself avoiding social situations and cancelling plans. A part of your brain feels guilty for being a flake, while another part shrugs and thinks, What's the point, anyway? I mean, you're not exactly the life of the party.

to everyone who taught me depression is only temporary

In honor of National Suicide Awareness Day, I wrote a letter to all the people who made my existence on this day possible and make me so happy that, six months after a diagnosis of depression and anxiety that rocked my world, I'm still trekking along on this awesome journey that's my life.

How to Reframe the 5 Most Common Physical Depression Symptoms

"I can't sleep," Angela told me. "When I do sleep, I still wake up exhausted. And I just ache all the time!" Angela had been diagnosed with depression five years before and when she finally came to see me, she had just started to understand that the depression she was experiencing was not truly a 'disease' caused by a 'chemical imbalance'.

Overcoming Fear and Creating a Happy Mind and Life

"Everything you want is on the other side of fear." ~George Addair My parents were teenagers when they had their first of three children. I was the middle child. They were uneducated, poor, and had very difficult upbringings. As I recall my childhood, most of what I remember is how fearful both of my parents were.

Forget “Should” and Live the Life You Want to Live

Growing up we all learn what we 'should' do to feel secure and successful, but that doesn't always make us happy.

4 Rituals That Will Make You Happy, According to Neuroscience

You get all kinds of happiness advice on the Internet from people who don't know what they're talking about. Don't trust them. Actually, don't trust me either. Trust neuroscientists. They study that gray blob in your head all day and have learned a lot about what truly will make you happy.

10 Nutritional Deficiencies That May Cause Depression

I'm not sure why more psychiatrists don't first test for nutritional deficiencies before dispensing Zoloft or Prozac, and especially antipsychotics like Seroquel and Zyprexa. The good ones will send you to get lab work done before upping your meds or adjusting anything. Sometimes we do need antidepressants.

10 Natural Herbs for Anxiety & Stress

Using natural herb for anxiety is a great alternative to treating it with prescription medication, if at all possible. It varies from person to person, so you may find that a combination of drugs and natural remedies works best, or it could be that you can treat it completely naturally.

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Explained

Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is also known as 'winter blues' or seasonal depression. It is thought that SAD is triggered through lack of sunlight exposure and people tend to suffer from it more in high latitudes, countries which have poor climate and low cloud cover.

7 Things Mindful People Do Differently and How To Get Started - Mindful

The intention of being more present in our lives is continuing to grow and touch an increasing amount of people. I have friends who I never would have imagined practicing mindfulness who now sit in daily meditation.

The Kind Of Fighting That Improves Your Life

You know that chatter inside your head that keeps a running commentary on everything you do? It drags you down with endless criticisms, judgments, and comparisons? This is your inner voice, and mine

How 7 Everyday Tasks Feel For Someone With Anxiety

Everyone has their moments of feeling anxious or nervous - whether we're freaking out over a big test, a presentation at work, or meeting your significant other's family for the first time, I think we can all agree that regular life can get pretty stressful sometimes.

Plasticity and the Power of Affirmations

"What we are today comes from our thoughts of yesterday, and our present thoughts build our life tomorrow: our life is the creation of our mind." Buddha Do you think affirmations are new-agey and trite? I mean, really, as if, "I am the very source of abundance and

  • Hi, I’m Jan Kelsall . My blog anxietyrevealed was born out of my desire to help those who struggle with anxiety in their everyday lives. Having suffered from anxiety and depression, related to chronic illness for over 25 years, I understand what it’s like to be consumed with fear and hopelessness about the future. I have learnt self-help techniques and contemplated all possible modes of coping strategies. I would like to share my experiences with you.

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