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Combatting Anxiety and Becoming Free from Fear

Posted By: Mike Sanderson on August 5, 2011 at 8:17 am

If you have issues coping with stressful circumstances then you may experience stress or panics attacks. These occur when you feel as if you can't deal with your fears and worries. Learning the way to combat anxiety is all about retraining your consciousness so you don’t overact to circumstances you find too stressful. Anxiousness is the results of believing you can't cope and this triggers the survival instinct that we all have that is commonly known as the flight or fight response. If the anxiousness gets towards becoming out of control we feel as though we are losing control and this regularly signals the commencement of a panic episode.

There isn't anything wrong with anxiousness as it is a vital reaction that tells us to do something to avoid perilous circumstances. However with nervous people this reaction is too sensitively triggered. This is a behavior pattern that can be retrained. This is the proper way to combat anxiousness.

The most worrying thing for most folks about anxiety are the unpleasant physical symptoms that go with the psychological and emotional symptoms. A rise in heart rate, a lack of breath, pain and tightness in the chest can end up in people thinking there are some things seriously wrong with them. However this is never very often the case. Our bodies should react this way in circumstances of genuine danger like being attacked by a wild animal. But with so many sources of stress and worry in our lives this reaction can become too fast turned on. As a consequence we perceive danger in scenarios that are actually not deadly in any way.

The real cause of all anxiety problems is a tiny area of the brain called the amygdala. This is rather like a switch that turns anxiousness on and off. However with anxiousness sufferers the amygdala has become rather trigger happy and will likely be activated by all types of eventualities and as a result we develop uneasiness and fears to these scenarios. The key to learning how to combat tension is learning new behavioral patterns that retrain the amygdala so that it does not become activated so easily. This is not as hard as it sounds and you can find relief of your anxiousness symptoms relatively fast.

If you've been prescribed drugs to manage your anxiety then you should be aware that these are covering up the symptoms and doing nothing to fix the cause of the problem. Anxiety is a behavioral problem that may be unlearned using numerous techniques like relaxation, meditation, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). There are plenty of specialists who specialize in treating folks with anxiety symptoms with methods like these. I found that one of most effective programs was The Linden Method. You can read my Linden Method review here. This is a comprehensive recovery programme for every type of anxiety and panic disorder and will answer your questions on how to combat anxiety.

The authors website has many articles on how to combat anxiety and how to stop panic attacks naturally.

categories: anxiety,panic attacks,stress,fears,phobia

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