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The Simple Anxiety Cure that uses powerful “mind-control” Techniques To Wipe Out Years Of Anxiety…Without Expensive Drugs Or Therapies
There’s a lot of so-called anxiety cures on the market. The problem is that most of them come in a bottle, with a hefty price tag and some horrible side effects. Lately this new anxiety cure has been getting a lot of press – mainly because it’s been so successful.
At first I thought that it’s probably some new NLP or hypnosis technique, but it was completely different. It’s a unique method based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which is a very powerful method to take back control over your own mind and emotions.
The root cause of your anxiety is the TRIGGERS that sets it off. This program starts off by helping you identify the exact triggers. Once you know what causes your anxiety you can use the powerful re-programming techniques on these triggers.
While medications are effective, they ONLY treat the symptoms. This method actually targets the very CAUSE of your anxiety. If you eliminate the cause, you eliminate the symptoms.
The program itself is a complete manual that teaches you the techniques and it works closely with a series of audio CD’s that takes you step-by-step through the process of identifying and then eliminating the root cause of your anxiety.
This is not a “magic pill” anxiety cure. You will have to take the time to learn the techniques and then use them. It’s not difficult, but it does take time. While some people claim to cure anxiety in just 3 days I think that it’s an unrealistic expectation.
Do I recommend you use try it? Yes! This is a very powerful technique that is proven to be an effective anxiety cure. There’s no expensive pills or dragged out therapies. Just a simple method that’s worked for more than 30,000 people.
Anxiety Cures – Understanding Anxiety Attacks…
Nowhere is the effects of the mind-body connection more prominent than with anxiety. Although anxiety is a mental and psychological disorder it can have severely debilitating physical effects.
Regardless of how anxiety affects you, it robs you from a quality of life and destroys your ability to function normally and to be a happy and contented human being. While there are many anxiety cures, most of them fail to address some of the underlying issues that actually caused your anxiety and panic attacks in the first place.
Anxiety starts in the mind and it usually gets triggered by certain “cues” in your environment. What actually triggers the anxiety to set in is different for every person, but the fact remains that it is something that starts in the mind.
The interesting fact is that 99% of the time these triggers are nothing more than your personal interpretation of events and circumstances. Whether the trigger is real or imagined, either way it will set off the feelings of anxiety and panic.
The uncertainty, apprehension and fear affects you mentally, emotionally and usually also sets of a series of physical reactions that affects your body. There are mainly 2 aspects of your nervous system that comes into play. (keep in mind that everything you “feel” both mentally and physically is “felt” through your nervous system).
The Sympathetic Nervous System
this is that part of your nervous system that sets off the fight or flight response in your body. It causes your body to release adrenaline that elevates y heart rate, speeds up you breathing and “prepares” you for rapid action. During a panic attack, most of the physical symptoms are closely related to the release of adrenaline.
The Parasympathetic Nervous System
This is that part of your nervous system that works against the Sympathetic Nervous System in the sense that it does exactly the opposite. It is what calms you down and what causes you to feel relaxed and at peace. This state usually kicks in after a panic attack to give you that calm feeling. Just like the physical reactions that causes an anxiety attack, this does the opposite to calm you down.
Knowing this, we now know what to target to cure anxiety. By eliminating the “malfunction” of the sympathetic nervous system we can start to reduce the occurrence of anxiety and panic attacks. By learning to trigger the Parasympathetic system we can quickly calm ourselves down to the point where anxiety is not even allowed to take hold of you.
Important Facts About Anxiety…
Anxiety is one of the most misunderstood of the mental disorders simply because most people don’t take it seriously. People that’s never been affected by anxiety tends to blow it off as either something that’s not a “big deal” or something that’s “acted” or even a character weakness.
Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) as it is formally known is now a officially classified as a mental disorder according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Anxiety is a medical condition and overwhelming feelings of distress is real and not created.
Anxiety comes in many shapes and forms. For many it can be a long term problem that persists constantly throughout their adult life (most people who never seek help tend to take anxiety to their grave) while others experience anxiety in certain situations only. Anxiety is currently the 3rd biggest psychological disorder in the USA and affects as much as 13 percent of the entire population.
While most people think that anxiety only affects adults, it is becoming increasingly common amongst adolescents. Because teenagers and young adults are reliant on approval from their peers, the social dynamic often leads to anxiety. If you combine this with the ever increasing pressure to fit in and to be a certain way, children are being affected more and more. Anxiety cures and treatments for young adults is becoming more important since it can seriously affect their ability to function in the world.
Anxiety can be either situational or general. Situational anxiety only affects you in certain situation. Things like interacting with the opposite sex or speaking in front of people are good examples. Situational anxiety is much easier to treat because we know what triggers it. Addressing the actual triggers can help you to cure anxiety.
General anxiety is much harder to treat since the triggers are not that obvious. It tends to manifest itself as a general fear of interacting with people. The real causes of this type of anxiety is often much deeper and often caused by a related fear or phobia.
If you want to cure anxiety you need to start with an anxiety cure that fits into your own personal belief system. Although natural anxiety treatments are proven to be effective, for many people this is probably not the answer. You can always seek help from professionals and you may even consider medications. Either way, get the help. Living with anxiety is not the way to enjoy a quality of life. You can cure it and you can have a normal social life.