Anxiety: What is Anxiety And Simple Ways to Reduce Anxiety.

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Proven steps and strategies on how to overcome the scourge that anxiety has become in today’s world. This work is here for: to help you understand what you are facing and deal with it.

You will be taken through a brief analysis of what anxiety really is so that you have a firm grasp of the enemy you face. Others may not have a deep awareness of what anxiety really is but it is important for you to do so.

We will also discuss the different types and forms of anxiety and how they manifest themselves. As you well know, anxiety is just a generalized term that covers other ailments like panic attacks, social anxiety, and phobias. All these will be unpacked in this book. 

Finally, we will walk through some simple steps that you can take starting today to cure yourself of anxiety. We will look at simple breathing and meditation exercises, mindfulness techniques, and some confidence building skills. Maintaining a healthy diet and exercise are also part of the healing process, so we shall go through some of the ways to incorporate them into your daily routine. You are worth fighting for, and I hope that by the time you complete this book, you will be well on your way to find your peace, strength, and joy.

Here Is A Preview Of What You’ll Discover…


  • Understanding Anxiety
  • Forms of Anxiety
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
  • Alternative Treatments
  • And more!

    Chapter 1: Understanding Anxiety


    Life can be extremely unpleasant for someone who suffers from anxiety. You feel as if everybody else is going through and enjoying life, but somehow you are stuck on the other side of the glass, watching and waiting. The truth is that experiencing occasional anxiety is a normal thing in life. Most people know how to manage it when it creeps up and it doesnt really interfere with their daily lives.  However, the anxiety we are talking about is the one that is persistent, overwhelming, and uncontrollable.

    The worst part about this anxiety is the self-doubt. You feel confused about why you are the way you are and how long this kind of misery will last. Even your own family members can fail to understand your behavior and look down on your condition. People who dont understand anxiety as a disorder can misdiagnose it as simply stress or shyness. They just cannot understand how terrifying, discomfiting, and all-consuming anxiety can be.

    It is at this point that those closest to you become impatient with you and tell you to Pull yourself together,assuming that you are being selfish and refusing to engage with them during events like birthdays and weddings. People start feeling like you are trying toavoid them, yet on the inside, you are literally screaming out in agony and fear.

    All you are looking for is someone who understands you so that you can share with them your sense of helplessness and hopelessness; to tell you that you are not losing your mind and the thoughts in your mind are normal.If this describes you, I must tell you that you are not crazyand you are not alone. You just suffer from a very common condition known asanxiety disorder.


    What is Anxiety?

    Anxiety is a medical disorder that is characterized by excessive and irrational fear of normal situations. The fear disables you so much that you cannot even engage in regular activities. This disorder is serious and requires treatment just as any normal physical ailment.

    In fact, what most people dont realize is that anxiety disorders are the most pervasive disorders in the USA. More than 40 million men, women, and children suffer from anxiety disorders in the US, but the sad reality is that less than 13 million
    of anxiety sufferers get treatment for their condition. This shows you just how common it is, so do not feel like you have to go through it alone. 
    When we talk about an anxiety disorder, we are simply using a general term. Anxiety disorders can manifest themselves as generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), panic attacks, social anxiety disorder, and phobias.


    Is It Stress or
    Anxiety Disorder?

    Most people tend to confuse normal anxiety, or stress, with anxiety disorder. They are two totally different things. Here are just a few examples to help you understand the differences:

    ·    With stress, you worry about your bills, lack of a job, or getting dumped by your girlfriend.Once the stressor or trigger is taken away, you stop worrying. With an anxiety disorder, you are constantly worried about these things for no reason at all. You find yourself undergoing daily distress even though the stressor has disappeared.

    ·     Stress is where you go to a social gathering and start feeling self-conscious or uncomfortable,
    maybe because of the way you are dressed. With an anxiety disorder, you totally avoid any kind of social gathering because you are afraid of being humiliated or embarrassed in some undefined way.

    ·     Stress is what you feel before you sit for an exam, give a presentation, or attend an interview. A
    stressor is a significant event that can impact your life. Anxiety disorder, however, is where you experience a sudden overwhelming fear for no reason at all, and you live in perpetual dread having another panic attack.

    ·     Stress involves a rational fear of what you consider a dangerous situation, place, or object. Once you leave the place or eliminate the threatening object, you become okay. With an anxiety disorder, you find yourself afraid of things that are non-threatening, and even though the object is removed, you remain terribly afraid.

    ·     Stress is what you experience immediately after a traumatic event, for example, when you avoid a
    car collision. You may find it difficult to sleep after such a situation. However, an anxiety disorder is where you have recurring flashbacks or nightmares of the accident some months or even years after the event.

    Experts are still learning more about anxiety disorders. They have found that it can actually run in families and has some sort of biological basis. So far, what we are sure of is that anxiety disorders are a result of a complex combination of risk factors that include genetics, personality, brain chemistry, and events you experienced in your life.

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