Presented by Daniel Toriola Anxiety is a psychological disorder. It is a mind game. Anxiety attack comes without any clear reason and without warning that involve a sudden flow of overwhelming fear. Importantly, it is more severe than having normal feeling of being stressed. Click here to know more ANNOUNCEMENT: Our WebSite Builder Plans Are Now Available With Free Trial! If You Can Use MicroSoft Word, You Can Build A WebSite.. As Easy As 1-2-3! Try Us.. What Have You Got To Lose, Anyway? Click here to know more Causes Of Anxiety Attacks By John Lance Anxiety disorders are caused by a variety of factors among which stress, withdrawal symptoms, thyroid, alcohol dependence, chemical imbalances and heredity are few. Of these the most common factor which causes anxiety attacks these days are stress and addiction & withdrawal. These causes are well known and their mechanism is understood better than the others. This makes the prevention of anxiety disorders easier. Stress is one of the most common causes of anxiety disorders. Some amount of stress is common in everyone's daily course of work, but excessive stress and incorrect handling of its effects can give rise to anxiety disorders. Excessive stress can force you into depression, rendering your cognitive faculties dulled. A high pressure work environment can cause you to be tentative and worried about missing every little thing in the work-place. This becomes an obsession and can even qualify as an OCD (obsessive compulsion disorder). Even students can become victims of anxiety disorders in the face of stiff competition at school. Stress cannot be avoided, but the trick lies in handling it. For example, the 'work while you work and play while you play' strategy should be adopted even by corporate executives. Meaning, hard work should be encouraged during the work day as well as encourage taking a break. Regular breaks are necessary to prevent burn-out. If you are constantly facing a large amount of stress as a part of day to day life, you should take anxiety disorder tests with a psychologist to see if they have an anxiety disorder. In the event of being diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, immediate steps towards treatment should be taken. If your work confines you to a desk and does not offer much in the way of physical activity, you should try to keep fit, by regularly exercising. Also, vacations and days off should be taken regularly, so you can recharge your batteries. Anxiety disorders may be caused by addiction to drugs or by alcohol dependence. Addictive drugs should be avoided, because they can cause irreparable damage to the nervous system, apart from causing anxiety disorders. Caution should be taken in consumption of alcohol, to ensure that you do not become dependent. When quitting an addiction, frequent bouts of anxiety are common. Tranquilizers and some other pharmaceutical drugs consumed on a long term can have a withdrawal Beating Anxiety - It's All In Your Mind! Anxiety, Panic Attacks and Depression Relief from a Former Patient. Page 1 Presented by Daniel Toriola effect when you stop taking them. You should seek your doctor's advice on withdrawal and reduced dosage to reduce anxiety. If you are recovering from drug or alcohol addiction and stressing out from the withdrawal symptoms, you should periodically take anxiety disorder tests with a psychologist, and if diagnosed with a disorder, take up appropriate treatment. These are the two primary causes of anxiety attacks which can be prevented and tackled with relative ease in comparison with other causes. In other words you can control the situation and help your self to improve. Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only. The information in this article is not a substitute for specific medical advice. It is highly recommended you seek a physician for medical advisement. If you need more information on causes of anxiety attacks, please visit http://www.betteranxietyremedies.com, a popular web site filled with information on medical and natural anxiety cures. Anxiety And Panic Attacks Cure Panic Attacks with Panic Away method. Excellent market opportunities- Page 2 Presented by Daniel Toriola What Are the 5 Best Ways to Control Anxiety? By Drofwyt Iamal Controlling your anxiety, if you have anxiety attacks, is a big part of your life. Most people have their own ways of controlling anxiety attacks, but the fact of the matter is, not everyone can control anxiety attacks in the same way. That is why, today, I am going to talk about the 5 best ways to control anxiety attacks. This information should help you the next time you find yourself having an anxiety attack. Plus, it can also help you with keeping anxiety attacks at bay. Please note that medication is not always needed when it comes to anxiety attacks. Sometimes you can learn to control it yourself. #1 - The overall best way to control an anxiety attack is to get away from everyone. Most of the time, the reason why you are having an anxiety attack is because there are too many people around you. Thus, you have to find a way to get away from people. One of the best ways to do that, if you are out in a public place, is to go to the bathroom for a few seconds. In fact, you can even go into a stall. You will find that it's a lot quieter in there, and you will have a chance to calm down. #2 - The next best way to control anxiety is to gain control of something. The second most common reason why people have an anxiety attack is because they feel like they are not in control of a situation, meaning that if they could get control of something, it would calm them down. So take some time to do something that you have complete control over. Now, this could be different for everyone. However, you will find that most people find comfort in doing some household chores. They have complete control over this kind of thing, and it makes them feel better about themselves. #3 - Another good way to gain control over an anxiety attack is, of course, to control your breathing. Although this is something that everyone should already know, a lot of people forget to do it. Anxiety attacks can make you forget to breathe right, and thus, you start to get light headed and it does not help matters any. You have to try and get your breathing under control, and actually take a few moments to really focus on breathing right. #4 - The next tip is to watch TV. This is going to get your mind off of the anxiety attack. Something that could also help is to watch a sitcom or a children's show. These are usually funny, and they will help to lighten the mood. Normally, kids’ shows and family sitcoms are the best, because they have positive outcomes that work wonders for people who are having an anxiety attack. #5 – Last but not least: Talk to a friend. Whether it is on the phone or in person, sometimes just hearing a friendly voice is enough to get your anxiety attack under control. Of course, most people do not understand that. However, you have to give it a try to see if it works for you. Discover more ways to control your anxiety here: http://www.analyze-more.com/panicattacksqd2.html To grab a FREE report about more ways to control your anxiety go here now: http://www.analyze-more.com/panicattacksqd.html Panic Attacks, The Affordable Cure The Drug free solution that Doctors say is excellent. How to handle Panic Attacks and a strategy to eliminate them permanently. Page 3 Presented by Daniel Toriola Related eBooks: What Are the 5 Best Ways to Control Anxiety? Is It Stress Or An Anxiety Attack? 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