Calm Mind: Proven Tactics to Treat Anxiety Panic Attacks and Take Charge of Your Life
By: Michael Winford
Copyright 2013 by Michael Winford
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Besides the already well-known health hazard of the 21st century, which includes depression and stress, panic and anxiety also plays an important role in the health of others.
In truth, panic and anxiety is made from stress and can lead to depression. Just like the basic symptoms of stress, panic and anxiety also affects our sleep and is also a high risk for heart disease and strokes.
Of course, the fact that you’re having these type of symptoms is because you’re stressed out, and the only reason as to why you’re stressed out is because your life isn’t exactly moving the way you’ve planned it to move.
There are many reasons as to why you would feel panic and anxiety throughout the course of your life. Some people have experienced it during a particular time of their life while others are lucky enough to have never experience it at all.
That doesn’t mean that there is something wrong with you. You’re not crazy that’s for sure. Sometimes, you just simply need to relax and figure out what you can do to fix your issues.
If you’re stressing out about how to get rid of panic and anxiety, you’re only making those symptoms worse.
Have you ever heard of mental habits? Unlike physical habits where you react to certain things in a particular way, mental habits makes you think in a particular way. It works like a physical habit in a sense, but not exactly.