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  • The First Day Is Always The Hardest  By : Alex Ellorde
    The first day on the new job is always a tough experience, because you have so much to get used to and learn. However, you have to learn to adjust to the new environment and adapt to it.
  • Anatomy of an Anxiety Attack  By : kaye
    This article is about anxiety attacks and how it can affect the lives of people. This article also cites the use of various drugs to help in the treatment and management of anxiety.
  • How to Cure Any Phobia Without Prescription Drugs or Therapy  By : Al Gammate
    A phobia is an intense fear that causes you to avoid the feared thing or endure it with unbearable mental pain.
  • Obsessive - Compulsive Disorder Facts  By : Juliet Cohen
    Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a psychiatric disorder most commonly characterized by a subject's obsessive, distressing, intrusive thoughts and related compulsions which attempt to neutralize the obsessions.
  • What Are Panic Attacks?  By : Juliet Cohen
    Panic attacks are frightening but fortunately physically harmless episodes. Panic disorder is a common condition in which a person has episodes of intense fear or anxiety that occur suddenly.
  • Anxiety and Anxiety Attacks  By : Juliet Cohen
    Anxiety disorders are the most common of emotional disorders, annually affecting more than 20 million Americans.
  • Cure Panic Attack  By : Juliet Cohen
    Panic disorder is a common condition in which a person has episodes of intense fear or anxiety that occur suddenly.
  • Hikikomori: Is It A Social Issue, Or A Mental Problem?  By : kaye
    The Japanese problem known as the hikikomori is a subject of much speculation and debate. There have been several theories, but none of them have ample evidence to be considered the definitive answer. In addition, the problem is now starting to be reported outside of Japan, indicating that it is likely not rooted in Japanese society and culture.
  • Relief for Phobias by Phone  By : Michelle Beaudry
    Teaches you how to relieve your phobic fears with a hypnotist. This can easily be done by telephone.
  • Managing Anxiety - Three Keys to Success  By :
    Everyone feels anxious at some point in their lives. Whether they are under a lot of stress at work, in a bad relationship, or simply having troubles dealing with their responsibilities, each of us has had a moment where we began to worry. This reaction is something that we all share on a day to day basis, but for some, it's not something that's normal or easy to get a handle on. For those, as well as the rest of us, we need to think about managing our anxiety instead of simply responding to it.
  • What is a Panic Attack and When Should You Seek Help?  By :
    The feeling that everything is swirling around you and that the world is ending right before your eyes is a horrible experience. When you have a panic disorder, however, this can be a fairly regular occurrence during times of stress. If you've felt these kinds of out of control feelings before, you might have suffered from a panic attack.
  • Frost-Fingered Fear: Things You Should Know About Panic Disorders  By : Lliorlance
    Panic disorders, despite being a widespread problem, is something that very few people have concrete information on. The untrained have a tendency to mistake panic disorders to be a different problem, only rarely realizing the true nature of the problem. As such, people have to be informed of the symptoms and possible treatments for panic disorders.
  • Conquer Your Fears  By : gurly
    Social phobia or social anxiety is often a very misunderstood disorder. However, modern scientific research had brought deeper understanding about the nature and treatment options for people suffering from this disorder. The article cites some situations that cause social phobia and identifies some public personalities that suffer from this condition.
  • Agoraphobia: Get Out of the Market and Conquer Your Fear  By : mjb
    A kind of phobia that can be seriously disabling to an individual is called agoraphobia. Agoraphobia is a condition which develops when a person begins to avoid spaces or situations associated with anxiety. Though researchers are still looking for answers that causes someone to have agoraphobia, there are risk factors involved which is mentioned in this article that may cause agoraphobia.
  • How a Panic Disorder Evolved into Scientific Theory  By : mjb
    Panic disorder, which affects an estimated 13 million Americans, manifests itself in unexpected attacks of extreme anxiety, with symptoms including rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath, trembling, sweating, nausea and dizziness. those who do have panic disorder, if left untreated, The disorder can become very disabling.
  • Sure Help for the Worried and Anxious  By : alexis
    This article explains on how people normally feel the anxiety around their environment. It is quite normal for people to feel this, and so they apt to take anxiety medications just to relieve their anxiety. This is effective for only a short time, and can have bothersome side effects as well. It would be better for people to ask their physician regarding this, and think of a healthier approach in relieving such anxiety.
  • Getting A Grip On Your Panic Disorder  By : aseya
    The article deals with Panic Disorder, a psychiatric condition that is accompanied by recurring panic attacks and psychological stress. The article cites the different symptoms of panic disorders and discusses some of the ways to cope and treat this psychiatric condition.
  • The Social Killer  By : Zuske Sagara
    Social anxiety disorder, also known as social phobia, is a kind of mental disorder where the sufferer experiences a severe or unreasonable fear of social gatherings where there is a possibility that one may get embarrassed or ridiculed. Most of the time, these anxieties arise from an intense fear of being closely watched or scrutinized. This kind of phobia gives sufferers a feeling of being trapped or shut away from the world.
  • Overcoming Media Sensationalism: Finding Calm In A World Of Irrational Fears  By :
    The media has gotten into a state of sensationalism as of late, focusing on the negative aspects of modern life. However, despite all the fear and anxiety that the media portrays, there really isn't all that much to worry about, as most of the disasters shown are either unavoidable or are rare exceptions. People have to understand that the bad news seen on TV does not happen everyday, and is not likely to happen to everyone watching.
  • Mind-Puzzling Math!  By : cathy
    Generally, a lot of people get nervous at the thought of studying or using math. It is almost as though it is normal that one is afraid of math or is no good at the subject. Often, this perception causes people to suffer from math anxiety.
  • Staying Away: A Little Info On Avoidant Personality Disorder  By : Lliorlance
    Some people have a tendency to want to stay away from other people, with rare cases taking this tendency to the extreme by avoiding nearly all social contact. This, combined with some other factors, could be taken as a sign that the person has avoidant personality disorder. This condition can be treated with therapy, but the problem lies in accurately determining whether one has the disorder.
  • 3 Reasons To Deal With Anxiety Panic Attack Symptoms Naturally  By : Di Roberts..
    If you have ever suffered under the terrifying grip of anxiety panic attack symptoms then you have undoubtedly felt pretty desperate about finding some way to cope with any further panic attacks. The good thing is that there are a lot of options to choose from. The bad thing is that deciding which is best for you isn't always so easy.
  • Mind-Killer: The Psychology of Fear  By : spatty46
    Among the integral components of the collective human psyche, fear is perhaps the most universal, prevalent, and clearly defined. However, despite the fact that the bulk of psychology can inevitably be traced back to fear, people tend to refuse to acknowledge it or let themselves be ruled by it.
  • The More Common Irrational Fears  By :
    Phobias, according to some statistics, are more common than most people would assume. While there are several types of phobias, with each one being triggered by something that the patient feels he has no control over, there are a few common ones. There are also phobias that appear to be emerging more and more in people, likely as a reaction to certain factors in the socio-cultural environment.
  • To Fear or Not to Fear  By : mjb
    Despite the fact that fear is regarded as a negative facet of the human psyche, most people subconsciously seek out opportunities to scare themselves silly. According to experts, this is because the mind and the body develops an “appreciation” for the boost given by the various chemicals that the body produces when excited. However, the survival instinct can sometimes override this desire if it does not see the situation as something that could be controlled, to a degree.
  • Your Friendly Neighborhood Hypnotist  By : Michelle Beaudry
    The changes you seek are just a trance away. Hypnosis is so easy, you do it with your eyes closed.
  • Anxiety Attacks Or Normal Reactions? Know The Difference.  By : James DeSantis
    Ninety-five-percent of Americans experience normal Anxiety Reactions occasionally while five-percent are battling to survive serious Anxiety Attacks almost on a daily basis. In which group are you?
  • Panic Attacks: How To Be Prepared  By : Alex Norman
    This article reveals how to be prepared for panic attacks and how to avoid them.
  • The Symptoms of Severe Anxiety - Beware and Seek Immediate Help!  By : John Polish
    Anxiety is defined as a feeling which points out apprehension, dread, nervousness, worry, or fear. Typically, the fears or worries felt by a person who suffers from an anxiety disorder are not governed by the rational standards. Most of the times, these perceptions are actually unjustifiable. By means of this disorder, a person suffers in more ways than one. His sleep pattern is often disturbed and the rest of his normal functions are affected. Anxiety can likewise take place even without a distinct cause to blame but there are times when the fear or worry is based on a real life scenario that is often blown up. Yes, a very serious degree of anxiety commonly ends up in larger than life hallucinations. There are several symptoms of severe anxiety and they manifest in different manners.
  • A Glance at Different Types of Anxiety Medication  By : John Polish
    As a psychological state, anxiety requires proper medical attention since it may largely affect the normal routine of the patient. With this, there are various types of anxiety medication which the experts make available.

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