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This is an excellent piece of writing and a must read for anyone with a mental illness (and an open mind), more emphasise on the mind and less on medication for me all the way! There is this annoying mindset in the UK that medication must be taken very seriously when it comes to anxiety […]

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Detached mindfulness (A fantastic therapy especially for Generalised Anxiety Disorder). Here’s a quick guide on how to do it. What to do when you ‘catch’ your worry and rumination (second fear) Worry and rumination are both examples of ‘second fear’. Essentially, they are thinking styles, which, although people engage in for a reason, are ultimately […]

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Great article which gives great insight into Buddhist practice and how one can use it to relieve anxiety. This article also give good understanding about the neurology involved in the anxiety state.

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Many of us spend days, weeks, or even years looking for a person that will point us in the right direction. A person that will not only explain our anxiety disorder in clear terms, but also how we can cope with it without going broke. There are so many great ways to cope with anxiety, […]

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When you get a spare 45 min watch LeDoux explain fear and anxiety here. We often use the terms ‘fear’ and ‘anxiety’ interchangeably, but we should be very careful about there proper meanings as the repercussions can be catastrophic. LeDoux has done the hard thinking for us; all we have to do is listen and […]

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I have always believed that anything that can give you biofeedback whilst experiencing anxiety can be a very useful tool in combating it. There are so many recommendations for people who experience anxiety; breathing exercises, visualisations, mantras, TFT tapping, positive self talk etc etc. Regardless of which ‘tools’ one applies they very rarely get immediate […]

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This is a fantastic article written by Michael Specter which attempts to answer the question, Can neuroscience help us rewrite our most traumatic memories? I think it would be helpful to put a partition together to help Daniela Schiller secure funding to help her continue her research and development into treatment for PTSD. A long […]

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I can tell you all from experience that Claire Weekes’ treatment for anxiety cure is the surest way to recovery. It is is based on four concepts: 1. Facing  2. Accepting  3. Floating  4. Letting time pass FACING requires the individual to acknowledge and understand that the cure comes from within. It means facing the […]

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So as we approach the end of yet another year I’d like to wish you all a more happy and peaceful 2016. You know its never too late to bring about change and one should never think that they will never recover, no matter how long you have been ill! I have helped people who […]

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Merry Christmas everybody! I wish everybody a more peaceful 2016 and remember it’s never too late to learn the tools needed to recover from anxiety disorder. As I always say, understanding is key in recovery, without the right understanding you can so easily keep going round in circles (as I did!)….for understanding and a full […]

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