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Anxiety Panicking about Panic is a revolutionary, self-help book for people who suffer from the various symptoms of anxiety. The book acts as an informative guide and draws from the experiences of author and counsellor, Joshua Fletcher, who lived with anxiety disorder for years before successfully overcoming the condition. The book is tailored for people who are: experiencing panic attacks, feeling abnormally anxious, ruminating about health, anticipating further panic attacks and questioning why anxiety is present in the first place. Anxiety Panicking about Panic provides quick, easy to access advice and practical strategies, which aim to educate the reader to simplify their world of anxiety in order to successfully tackle it.
This book is particularly tailored for people who can associate with the conditions of:
- Anxiety Disorder
- Generalized Anxiety
- Panic Disorder
- Health Anxiety
- Panicking for no reason
- Panic Attacks (and anxiety about them happening again)
Anxiety: Panicking about Panic addresses the confusion, the various feelings, the many symptoms and the negative externalities that an anxiety and panic disorder can cause. It then immediately addresses these issues so the reader can quickly get their life back on track.
This book begins with a comprehensive list of symptoms that relate to anxiety, although it primarily addresses anxiety's main symptoms which consist of unexplainable panic, panic attacks, derealisation, hypochondria, continuous fear and hypersensitivity. Joshua believes that these are the root cause of all of the other physical problems that can arise with anxiety, such as heart palpitations, chest pains, headaches, insomnia, dizziness etc.
This book is then split into four main parts: the first part covers the basics of anxiety, panic and what's happening within our mind and bodies when we find ourselves panicking. It is common, when reading this part of the book, that it imparts a strong form of relief for the reader, as it provides an essential tool needed for the recovery process - an understanding of what's actually going on.
Part two is a detailed list of the symptoms that can occur with anxiety and panic disorder. It is set out using a 'What?' and 'Why?' format to simplify and explain why such symptoms occur.
Part three offers further information and practical advice to keep anxiety and panic at bay and part four is a short 'emergency relief' section written for those who are experiencing a panic attack.
This book has already sold thousands of copies worldwide - receiving really positive feedback and changing lives for the better.
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