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For anyone looking to eliminate their symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks, while saving some $$ in the process, I’ve found a promising alternative. This alternative option is a one-time fee of just $47 (AF) and in addition to instant access to the main 250 page PDF step-by-step guide for eliminating your symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks, you get several bonuses… 7 – 1 Hour Relaxation Audios MP3s The Ultimate Stress Relief Guide Free Lifetime Updates 3 Months of Private Email Counseling and Support Cheaper Alternative to Linden Method (AF) This sounds like a really great deal and one that I’m happy to pass along to you today.  Hope that...

Natural Anxiety Remedies

Looking for natural anxiety remedies? You’ve come to the right place. This post contains affiliate links. If you decide to make a purchase, I may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you. Thank you for your support in this way. Let me start by saying that as bad as my anxiety was, I did not want to start down the path to prescription drugs.  In general, drugs affect me much more than most people for whatever reason. Usually, any negative side effects far outweigh any short term benefits. I am not a doctor and do not play one on TV.  Be sure to talk to your own doctor before taking any anxiety remedy, whether natural or not.  Anything I mention here is just for informational purposes, not a specific endorsement or recommendation. When my anxiety was at it’s worst, I remember being in the middle of a 2-3 week period where I was getting at most 3 hours of sleep a night and it was not all at one time. As a result, my symptoms were at their worst.  Some people can function on limited sleep, I am NOT one of those people. I have a few general ideas for helping with sleep, which come from my own personal experiences: Avoid all caffeine – Seems obvious, but with so many folks used to their morning boost, this is still one worth mentioning. Avoid alcohol – Alcohol disrupts normal sleeping patterns and just exacerbates the problem. Drink lots of water – The more hydrated, the better. However, stop a few hours before bed to avoid frequent trips...

Coping With Terrorism Anxiety

Unfortunately, we live in a world where terrorism related events seem to be steadily increasing, with no end in sight.  With the recent events in Paris and then San Bernardino, it is becoming an ever present phenomena and it is hitting closer to home for many. In reality, the likelihood of being directly affected by a specific event is still incredibly low, however with the 24/7 news channels, websites, live streams, etc. one event can be repeated constantly for days or weeks, keeping those thoughts and fears on the forefront of our minds. Coping With Terrorism Anxiety One of the best pieces of advice when attempting to alleviate any stress or anxiety, is to distance yourself from the situation.  Make a conscious effort not to watch 24 hour news networks, don’t seek out news articles on the topic, put down those smart phones and tablets and get out and enjoy nature. If you receive breaking news alerts, turn them off.  Do you really need to have up to the second updates for everything that goes on?  No.  It really isn’t necessary and being so tapped into what is going on, can definitely make things far worse than they need to be. One thing that works wonders for me personally is to avoid the news altogether.  There are so many sources of information out there, that you are bound to find out about current events during the normal course of daily events.  Don’t go seeking out such info, if something is truly important to you personally, you will find out about it. After a traumatic event, it is natural to...

Overcoming Holiday Anxiety

The holidays provide many reasons to be stressed and anxious; huge crowds at the mall, coming up with a way to pay for all the gifts, holiday parties, etc. For many folks, the biggest source of stress can come from family.  The dinner, traditions and all the hoopla surrounding holiday events can be overwhelming! I experienced this myself, many times in the past. Here are some tips to try and minimize holiday anxiety and panic attacks: Lower your expectations, things do not have to be perfect. Focus on being helpful to others, rather than focusing on yourself. Avoid overindulging in food or alcohol, that will only make things worse. If there are certain traditions that bring a high level of stress, suggest starting a new tradition. Don’t overextend yourself.  If there are multiple events planned, it is ok to say no and avoid over committing. It is ok to arrive late and leave early, just showing up is what matters most. If you’re terrified of the mere thought of the upcoming holiday season, know that avoiding things altogether will not solve your anxiety and panic attacks.  Giving in to anxiety only extends the suffering and makes things worse. If you are tired of dealing with your symptoms of anxiety on a daily basis and are ready to take steps to get your life back on track, check out The Linden Method. I suffered from terrible anxiety and panic attacks for almost 2 entire years of my life.  For me, it was far worse than just holiday anxiety and stress, but the additional anxiety during the holiday season certainly didn’t...

Does the Linden Method Work For Eliminating Anxiety?

You probably arrived here because you are suffering from any number of anxiety symptoms and are looking for a way to alleviate those symptoms and get your life back.  I know because that was me several years ago. I hope to provide you with all the information you’ll need to make an informed decision as to whether the Linden Method is the right choice for you to begin eliminating your symptoms of anxiety. Anxiety Symptoms You may be suffering from any number of symptoms including, but certainly not limited to anxiousness, dizziness, shaking, chills, fever, difficulty breathing, hyperventilation, stomach pain, nausea, changes in eating habits, diarrhea, double vision, feeling disconnected, headaches, heart palpitations, insomnia, etc.  You may also experience multiple symptoms at the same time, compounding your anxious feelings. At its worst, it can be a chore just to get out of bed in the morning, anticipating what new symptoms might be ahead for the day. You may re-arrange or cancel plans altogether, worried that something terrible is going to happen on the way to your destination or once you arrive.  The internet and medical related sites like WebMd only make it worse, causing you to think you have every disease known to man. Sound familiar?  That was me several years ago and I suspect that since you are here right now, you can probably relate to that as well.  Just know that you are not alone, things can and most likely will get better soon.  You’ve come to the right place.  What is the Linden Method? At it’s core, the Linden Method is a comprehensive set of materials...

Linden Method Reviews – Does it really work?

The Linden Method, created by Charles Linden, is one of the most thorough and successful programs for eliminating symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks. In this post I wanted to provide both my own personal review and experiences utilizing the program, as well as the reviews and experiences of others as well. Since everyone is different, your individual experiences may vary, but I sincerely hope that if you try the program, that you have the same level of success that myself and so many others have had, eliminating symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks for good. My Personal Linden Method Review   I came across the Linden Method over 7 years ago, in 2007.  I had been suffering from anxiety and panic attacks on and off for 2 years.  I had experienced just about every symptom you could think of, including but not limited to chest pains, heart palpitations, insomnia, headaches, nausea, fever, chills, feelings of electrical impulses going up and down my neck, stomach pain, vomiting, etc. I had been to the doctor multiple times and made a trip to the ER during that time as well.  All tests, scans and analyses were negative.  No medical issues were present that would explain what I was experiencing.  And miraculously, after a visit to the doctor, I suddenly felt much better for a short period of time. However, the longer time went on, the more the symptoms of anxiety were becoming a part of my daily routine.  I was making excuses to miss social events all the time, would not plan anything for fear of what symptoms I might have...

Anxiety Diversion Tactics

Here are a few examples of diversion tactics to use while experiencing symptoms of anxiety.  Practice them, they really work! Splash face with cold water – this produces the dive reflex and causes your brain to send messages to your body to slow down. Count down from 100 as fast as you can and repeat. Listen to your favorite music and sing along to it. Tell yourself that what you are feeling are sensations; nothing more and that sensations never hurt anyone. Watch a funny video on TV or online and laugh out loud. Don’t look at yourself in the mirror, the more you focus on your symptoms the worse things get. Keep some apples in the fridge. Eat one, they are an excellent, healthy snack. Gently slap your cheeks and dance around – confuse your thoughts to distract them. Do not look up your symptoms on medical related websites.  WebMD is not your friend. In the night, if you cannot sleep, get out of bed, turn on the TV, get a drink, eat an apple and keep moving. Talk to someone, but do NOT discuss your anxiety. Do something physical such as talking a walk, working out, or yoga. Do not sit down. Keep moving. At night, disconnect from computers or mobile devices at least an hour before bed, preferably longer.  Those bright screens give off light waves that can keep your mind active for quite a while after.  Also avoid the news or anything negative or violent. Drink lots of water, avoid alcohol and caffeine. Alcohol and caffeine cause dehydration, which interferes with proper brain and body...

Treating Anxiety in Children

How Does Childhood Anxiety Disorder Present Itself? Child anxiety disorder is usually called separation anxiety and often materializes as what is known as school phobia and it can happen at any age. School phobia materializes in multiple ways, such as: Frequent concerns about safety of yourself and loved ones Complaints of stomach pain and other symptoms Staying home from school Crying or throwing fits when separated from parents or guardians Concerns with staying overnight at places other than home Unsafe feeling when you are in a room alone Clinging behavior Never leaving the parents side at home Problems sleeping at night Frequent night terrors Fear of animals, monsters and the dark Child anxiety carries with it the same symptoms as adult anxiety but a child doesn’t have the experience or intellectual capacity to make sense of the symptoms. What Causes Child Anxiety? When I was 11 years old, I experienced separation anxiety, or school phobia, myself.  Almost every day I would develop stomach pains and try to talk my parents out of making me go to school. Many days I would end up in the nurses office or would call my mother to come get me.  My primary hiding place was the tiny closet room where the payphone was located, this was of course before cell phones. The trigger for the child’s anxiety is unimportant, what is important, however, is that the anxiety is dealt with correctly and directly. How Common is Child Anxiety? Probably more common than you would think and it’s escalating.  Child anxiety is very common indeed, but also very successfully treated. About 1 – 2%...

Generalized Anxiety Disorder Treatment

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is generally much more intense than normal anxiety. GAD can be quite overwhelming and can dominate your day with inappropriate and exaggerated worries and tension, even when there is nothing present to worry about. How can I treat Generalized Anxiety Disorder? One way to treat your symptoms is with the Linden Method.  It was developed by Charles Linden to treat all forms of anxiety, panic attacks and Generalized Anxiety Disorder and has an overall success rate of 96% with over 155,000 satisfied customers over the past 14 years. The program comes in both hard copy and instant download versions. Both contain the same material, but the digital version is less expensive due to the decreased distribution costs. Both programs come with an entire year of 24/7 email and phone support and a full 60 day money back guarantee. You do not have to suffer any longer. The Linden Method can be your key to eliminating symptoms of anxiety/panic attacks and getting back to enjoying life once again. –>  Click Here To Order The Linden Method ...

Agoraphobia Symptoms, Treatment and Support

What is Agoraphobia?   First, let’s define what Agoraphobia is, or more importantly, what it is NOT… Agoraphobia is NOT a separate condition to other anxiety disorders, it is a symptom of anxiety disorder. Without inappropriate anxiety, Agoraphobia can not develop. Agoraphobia causes the sufferer to experience high anxiety or panic attacks when they attempt to carry out normal tasks which involves being away from a person or place of safety. In most cases, including my own personal experience with anxiety and panic attacks, my symptoms overlapped into many categories. I had a bit of Agoraphobia with a fear of being in large crowds and also had a bit of travel anxiety for a short period of time as well, in additional to my overall generalized anxiety symptoms. Agoraphobia Causes   Agoraphobia is typically caused by symptoms of anxiety or a full blown panic attack occurring in a particular scenario or setting. Once that happens, you will tend to believe that any time you are in that particular situation or setting, symptoms or panic attack will occur again. The experience, along with the loss of control it causes, feels like a truly catastrophic event. The root cause of anxiety disorders no matter how mild or severe, lies in the Amygdala, a small organ in the subconscious brain. This organ is responsible for many emotional decisions including the anxiety response. During anxiety disorders, this anxious ‘switch’ becomes stuck in the ON position causing the sufferer to experience inappropriate high levels of anxiety which may lead to phobias developing. Agoraphobia Symptoms   Typical agoraphobia symptoms include, but are not limited to:...