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What You Must Know About Panic Disorder

The manifestation of anxiety can cause many to experience debilitating symptoms of panic attacks which can lead to an avoidance of situations, places and even people. There are two types of people though, there are people that experience a panic atta...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 20, 2013

Nutrition Alone Won’t Heal Your Anxiety And Panic Attacks But…

During my 6 year struggle with generalized anxiety disorder I must have visited over 30 different doctors for my health anxiety and panic attack symptoms. I remember the day that things started turning around for me though, together with a number of...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 18, 2013

30 Day Beginners Exercise Challenge For Health Anxiety Sufferers

Many people who suffer from debilitating high levels of anxiety and especially health anxiety and fears related to their heart have a very difficult time starting an exercise program, mainly because the common physical bodily sensations that exercise...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 17, 2013

A Young Athlete Growing Up And The True Benefits To Exercising

Now at the age of 33, I’ve been involved with tennis for a very long time. Through the years I realized that there are many more benefits to the tennis journey then there were downfalls. Being an athlete can truly make you a great person. In fa...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 16, 2013

Less Thinking More Doing

Sometimes just thinking about how painful or how time consuming the road ahead to create change is can prevent you from starting. Once that decision is made, and the end is in your minds eye, take action daily and don’t look back until you̵...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 15, 2013

Stop Agoraphobia, Stop Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Start Living

  My own 31 days of agoraphobia came to an end towards the end of summer in 2011. I had no choice because my time off work (due to my increasing fears that led to panic attacks at the work place) was coming to an end. I knew it was time to face my f...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 14, 2013

13 Reasons People Become Clinically Depressed

Having ‘clinical’ depression can affect all aspects of a persons life, strangely enough during my days of dealing with depression waking up in the morning in itself was tiring, even after a good nights sleep. Our self esteem and self conf...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 13, 2013

My Childhood Environment That Led To An Anxiety Disorder

During those early years of playing professional tennis, I was extremely lonely and became home-sick quickly, but there was always a voice in the back of my head that told me to keep going. I would later in life figure out that those extreme struggle...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 11, 2013

Question Everything!

The photo says it all, sometimes what we’re told can be beneficial to us can in fact hurt us in the long run. Especially with treatments for anxiety disorders, best thing to do is question it and research it, if you have any doubts do what peop...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 10, 2013

The Anxiety Epidemic

What is an Epidemic? The rapid spread or increase in the occurrence of something. With almost 7 million people being affected by Generalized Anxiety Disorder in the U.S. alone, and 40 million people suffering from some type of mental health issue, we...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 9, 2013

A Little Inspiration Can Go A Long Way, If It’s Put Into Action

Don’t let your thoughts run on auto pilot, you do have a choice when it comes to what thoughts you choose to accept, and what thoughts don’t support your overall well being.
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 8, 2013

How Winnie The Pooh Contributed To Changing My Thought Process

Funny thing happened today, I had a flashback to the days of suffering through an anxiety disorder and I made a very important distinction between how my thought process was then, compared to how my thought process is now. Back then I allowed people...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 7, 2013

Nervous About Your Anxiety? Try These Concepts

When someone is too overwhelmed with concerns then they may experience weak occasionally. If anxiety has a serious impact on your daily life, then it’s time and energy to face the facts mind-on. Read on to verse yourself in the best way to comb...

Nervous About Your Anxiety? Try These Concepts

When someone is too overwhelmed with concerns then they may experience weak occasionally. If anxiety has a serious impact on your daily life, then it’s time and energy to face the facts mind-on. Read on to verse yourself in the best way to comb...

Could Progressive Muscle Relaxation Be The ‘Cleanse’ You’re Searching For?

The night before my big tennis match I again did my guided visualisation session, but this time I added a progressive muscle relaxation session to it as well. My old junior tennis coach would always tell me the benefits of progressive muscle relaxati...
by The Anxious Athlete on Oct 2, 2013

Taking ‘Mini Vacations’ To Overcome Your Health Anxiety

What an unpleasant thing to live with, health anxiety. What’s even more troubling is the fact that traditional treatments for health anxiety simply don’t work very well. I remember going to doctor after doctor, emergency room after emerge...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 30, 2013

9 Reason To Have More Sex

Here’s a fun fact: Having sex 3 times a week cuts your chances of experiencing a heart attack in half. Yes, that’s right – in half! Now that I’ve got your attention on the benefits of sex let’s look at 9 reasons you need...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 27, 2013

The Anxious Mind Uncovered…A Giveaway That’s An Absolute Must Read

The confusion can set in as to how you developed an anxious brain and what you must do in order to recover from it. I want to unmask many things regarding anxiety disorders that you need to know through this COMPLETELY FREE PDF (it really is so don&#...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 25, 2013

Tony’s Progress Through The End The Anxiety Program

Check out the second video in Tony’s progression through the End The Anxiety audio program and how it’s naturally making a change in peoples anxiety disorders without the need for spending hundreds of dollars, taking multiple medical test...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 24, 2013

Replacing The Pessimistic ‘Narrator’ With An Optimistic One For Social Anxiety Disorder

Let’s pinpoint some of the irrational thoughts that cross someones mind who experiences social anxiety disorder: - Why am I so different than everyone else - How will I gain peoples approval - Why do people judge me negatively all the time - Ho...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 23, 2013


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