Are you suffering from restlessness and irritability? Do you have problems concentrating? Do you feel tense and jumpy and always on the lookout for things that signal danger? Are you also suffering from headaches, insomnia, intense sweating, and shortness of breath?
If you are experiencing any of the above conditions for quite some time now, then you are probably suffering from an anxiety disorder.
Anxiety is the reaction of the body when it senses a threat. When a person is under tension, the body reacts abnormally – the heart beats faster, breathing becomes rapid, and muscles get tensed up. But when a person is in a relaxed state, the body relaxes too – the breathing pattern is regular and healthy, heartbeat is steady, and the muscles calm! In short, relaxing would be the best way to control an anxiety attack. For those who worry too much, the opposite will be the best way to stop the anxiety from progressing.
Relaxation techniques can help you breathe deeply and relax the muscles. Even by spending only 30 minutes every day, a person can use the relaxation techniques to feel calmer. One effective technique is progressive muscle relaxation, wherein a person needs to stop thinking about his worries and learn to relax the muscle stress in the body. One can do this by systematically tightening and loosening different muscle groups in the body. A relaxed body relaxes the mind too.
You will find these chapters in the audiobook:
- A Self-Help Guide for Anxiety Disorders
- Self Help for Anxiety – Simple Steps to Relieve Anxiety Now
- Usual Anxiety Treatment – Self Help for Anxiety
- Seek Panic Disorder Help to Beat Anxiety and Panic Attacks
- Self-Improvement Techniques to Deal with Panic Attacks
- Choosing a Treatment for Anxiety and Panic Attack Symptoms
- Self-Help Techniques for Panic Attacks
- Treatment Options for Anxiety and Panic Attacks
- Self-Help Techniques for Immediate Anxiety Relief
- How to Get a Grip on Severe Anxiety Disorder Right Now
Meditation is also a useful self-help technique. It minimizes anxiety and helps provide better relief from stress. The prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain that displays serenity and joy, will be boosted when a person does regular meditation.
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