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Physical And Emotional Anxiety Attack Symptoms

When we think of our life, our past, our present, our relations and our problems then a feeling of self-pity surrounds us causing us to think that our life and our circumstances are very difficult to handle and that we are the world’s most miserabl...
by Smerete Healthy Foods on Nov 30, 2013

3 Big Reasons Most Anxiety Support Group/Forums Are Working Against You

You see it over and over again on online anxiety forums and groups, people looking for answers to concerns about health anxiety, fear of leaving the house (agoraphobia), and information about a certain anti-anxiety medication or anti-depressant. But...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 18, 2013

Confidence Is Everything.

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by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 16, 2013

How To Stop Anxiety… Step 2

Complete Acceptance For people that are struggling with GAD, learning to have complete acceptance of the fact that you have an anxiety disorder (and nothing more) as well as accepting the temporary discomforts that come with anxiety provoking experie...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 7, 2013

5 Questions You Need To Answer Now If You Live With An Anxiety Disorder

You are being conned! Plain and simple, anxiety is the greatest con artist you will ever come across. For 6 years during my battle with panic and anxiety, I always thought that danger was lurking right behind me like a shadow, ready to take my life f...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 4, 2013

Re-Conditioning Your Subconscious Mind To Overcome Debilitating Anxiety

There I was, at 7:20 am on a Sunday, trying desperately to not add more fear and anxiety to my frightening physical symptoms. My fight or flight response was well on its way to completely consuming me and there was no way out. I was trapped. I tried...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 3, 2013

Athletes And Anxiety / The Life Of A Low Level Tennis Professional Living The Dream…Final Chapter

We met a few college seniors and they were headed to a house party nearby and we decided to tag along. We met many drunk party animals that night, and although we were all having a good time mingling with each other, in the back of my mind I was tryi...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 2, 2013

Athletes And Anxiety / The Life Of A Low Level Tennis Professional Living The Dream Part 3

I had to have another practice session that day to get over what had happened so I worked my tail off and practiced for a good two hours, but no prize money in this event meant I needed to be even more stingy with my money. My other two friends also...
by The Anxious Athlete on Nov 1, 2013

Athletes And Anxiety / The Life Of A Low Level Tennis Professional Living The Dream Part 2

The dangers of negative and stressful imagery can leave you feeling awful. There is the opposite to that which comes in the form of positive imagery. As I’ve learned, visualization powers your ability to rediscover your inner resources and refu...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 31, 2013

Athletes And Anxiety/The Life Of A Low Level Tennis Professional Living The Dream Part 2

The dangers of negative and stressful imagery can leave you feeling awful. There is the opposite to that which comes in the form of positive imagery. As I’ve learned, visualization powers your ability to rediscover your inner resources and refu...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 31, 2013

Athletes And Anxiety/The Life Of A Low Level Tennis Professional Living The Dream Part 1

In the world of professional tennis, everyone sees the glamorous lives of the top 50 players in the world on TV and live during tournaments. But they usually never get to see the thousands of other professional level players struggling at the bottom...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 30, 2013

Athletes And Anxiety / The Life Of A Low Level Tennis Professional Living The Dream Part 1

In the world of professional tennis, everyone sees the glamorous lives of the top 50 players in the world on TV and live during tournaments. But they usually never get to see the thousands of other professional level players struggling at the bottom...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 30, 2013

A Friend Can Show You Things You Don’t Want To Show Yourself.

It’s amazing what my vitamin cabinet looked like after a while, I was a pill addict and there was no stopping me either. What had I become due to this anxiety disorder I thought to myself? How much money had I wasted on all of this stuff, as we...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 29, 2013

Is Depersonalization Just Another Symptom Of Anxiety?

Personally I don’t think that Depersonalization Disorder exists and believe that this is just another symptom of anxiety that can in time be overcome. Depersonalization can be described as a recurring feeling of detachment from ones own body, a...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 28, 2013

Heart Palpitations Keeping You Up At Night?

During my 6 year battle with an anxiety disorder I remember taking multiple tests like a stress test, ecg, blood tests, holter monitor and more all because of one frightening and annoying symptom of anxiety… heart pounding during sleep time. Th...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 26, 2013

“People are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves”

“People are anxious to improve their circumstances, but are unwilling to improve themselves” So much of what we think will make us happy, and give us those good feelings we want so badly seem to be in the future “things.” That...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 25, 2013

Affirmations, Auto- Suggestion, Incantations, It All Works…

More and more professional athletes these days are understanding the benefits of tapping into their subconscious mind. Look at Ray Lewis, an all-star line backer in football. Every pre-game he repeatedly uses auto-suggestion in an unbelievably convin...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 24, 2013

1 Week Change In Tony Through The End The Anxiety Program

The End The Anxiety Audio Program has many benefits to it, as you can see in this video someone who applies what they learn in the program can come through their own struggles with an anxiety disorder, guaranteed. Tony created this video with confide...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 23, 2013

“Nothing Diminishes Social Anxiety Faster Than Action.”

Bringing out the inner child in you can be difficult, but possible. As kids we were fearless when it came to meeting other kids, interacting and learning more about others. If you suffer from social anxiety one of the biggest fears you may have is ap...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 22, 2013

The 6 Golden Steps To Stop Health Anxiety And GAD

Step 1, Complete Acceptance – For people that are struggling with GAD, learning to have complete acceptance of the fact that you have an anxiety disorder (and nothing more) as well as accepting the temporary discomforts that come with anxiety p...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 21, 2013


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