Blog Posts - Dealing With Anxiety Attacks



The 4 Characteristics To Transform Your Life!

Today we’re going to look at the four characteristics of a warrior mindset. Here are the four characteristics of a warrior mindset: Knowing What You Want Committing Yourself to Your Goal Taking Courageous Action Determination to Finish What You Sta...
by The Anxious Athlete on Aug 5, 2015

How Generalized Anxiety Disorder Manifests into a Person’s Life

Anxiety is a protective mechanism. It makes you alert before something happens. So, even healthy adults can experience anxiety if something crucial is imminent. But if you feel it too often, even when there is nothing to worry about, you might be hav...
by The Anxious Athlete on Aug 4, 2015

The Keys To Changing Your Frightened Belief System

What would someone who receives little to no love from significant people conclude about themselves? That there must be something wrong with them, that they are “not good enough.” All disempowering beliefs stem off these two—that “you’re no...
by The Anxious Athlete on May 4, 2015

The 10 Major Causes Of Anxiety Revealed

In the present days, we are living a fast paced life subject to many types of stress and strains of our bodies as well of the mind and this becomes one of the great causes of anxiety. Constant feeling stress leads to anxiety and when you have repeate...
by The Anxious Athlete on Jan 25, 2015

5 Life Changes That Eliminated My Panic Attacks

Many people who suffer from continuous anxiety and panic attacks don’t really see how certain daily habits, are contributing to the anxiety and panic attacks in their lives. This is dangerous, VERY dangerous. Why is it dangerous you ask? Simply...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 17, 2014

5 Life Changes That Eliminated My Panic Attacks

Many people who suffer from continuous anxiety and panic attacks don’t really see how certain daily habits, are contributing to the anxiety and panic attacks in their lives. This is dangerous, VERY dangerous. Why is it dangerous you ask? Simply...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 17, 2014

Bursting Your GAD Bubble And Overcoming Anxiety

Have you recently experienced what it’s like to be in the GAD bubble? You know that new perception of the world being much smaller than what it really is, that disconnected feeling between you and the world, that distorted world that is only ha...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 15, 2014

Bursting Your GAD Bubble And Overcoming Anxiety

Have you recently experienced what it’s like to be in the GAD bubble? You know that new perception of the world being much smaller than what it really is, that disconnected feeling between you and the world, that distorted world that is only ha...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 15, 2014

Can Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Eliminate Your Health Anxiety?

Those that deal with anxiety on a daily basis know how debilitating it can be. It’s also very easy to get stuck in a loop of thinking that there is no way to get any help. It’s important to also understand that there is help no matter how bad it...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 6, 2014

5 Healthiest And Unhealthiest Habits When Dealing With Anxiety

Anxiety is something we’ve all probably experienced in our lives at some point. Maybe we’ve lived through a life-threatening moment where our heart races, or we’ve felt anxious about a test or even before a hospital procedure. We may have had t...
by The Anxious Athlete on Dec 3, 2014

A Message Of Hope In The Face Of Fear And Anxiety (Video)

Coping with constant fear and anxiety due to health concerns can not only be frustrating, but exhausting as well. Many times people who have to deal with the fear and anxiety cycle don’t really have anyone to turn to. ‘Regular’ peop...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 27, 2014

Solving The Anxiety Puzzle With Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

What I truly love about cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders is the idea of focusing on the here, and now. Unlike traditional therapy where they dive deep into your past history for what seems like an eternity with no results. Cognitive...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 26, 2014

Diving Head First Into Panic Attacks, The Real Secret?

If you have panic attacks, it may help comfort you to know that you are not alone!   You’re not even one in a million. In the USA alone it is estimated that almost 5% of the population suffer from some form of anxiety disorder. For some, it m...
by The Anxious Athlete on Sep 24, 2014

An End The Anxiety Program Review

“My husband is a great believer in therapeutic programs and got me the anxiety program Tier 2. I have been going through a very stressful period because of work project deadlines, and started to feel uneasy and very anxious when I was at home,...
by The Anxious Athlete on Jul 11, 2014

Got Anxiety? Find Out If You’re A True “Over-Breather”

Many of us over-breathe without realizing that we are doing it, especially when anxious. Often it’s only when we start to feel dizzy or faint or our hands and feet start to tingle that we notice that something is wrong. The symptoms of over-...
by The Anxious Athlete on Jul 10, 2014

Could You Be Conditioning Yourself For Laziness By Taking Anti Anxiety Medications?

Here’s what I See; I see most of the 40 million people in the U.S. alone who will be impaired by some kind of anxiety disorder this year, headed down a road of laziness and ‘instant result syndrome.’ ‘What’s the worst th...
by The Anxious Athlete on May 17, 2014

What’s The Best Way You’ve Learned To Deal WIth Anxiety?

This was a question i’ve been asking people on my current email list, and have gotten may different responses lately. Some of us learn best when it’s in a 1 on 1 environment where a teacher, therapist, coach sits with the person who’...
by The Anxious Athlete on May 16, 2014

What Life Is Like After An Anxiety Disorder

Fifteen years after my father left my mom and me and took off, I started to rebuild my relationship with him. There were many questions that I asked but one stood out more than any other and that was “Why were you so hard on me in my tennis tra...
by The Anxious Athlete on May 15, 2014

Anxiety Attacks Plain And Simply Suck, But There’s Hope…

If only my friends and family truly knew what it was like dealing with anxiety attacks, their respect for me would have gone up ten-fold. People who continue to deal with anxiety attacks are some of the bravest people on this planet I know, they figh...
by The Anxious Athlete on May 14, 2014


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