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Anxiety - What should I do?

I've been struggling with many sensations and symptoms for the last 3 months. I've had panic attacks, numbness on my face, pins and needles, dizziness, trembling, and a number of other odd sensations and symptoms. My doctor ran a number of tests, which all came back normal, and told me that I have anxiety and panic. What should I do?

Many people are first alerted to the fact that they have a problem with anxiety because of an unexplainable onset of unusual sensations and symptoms, which can include panic attacks. Because of how they feel, many people also rush themselves to the hospital or their doctor because they fear that their sensations and symptoms are being caused by a serious medical or mental health problem. This is a common experience.

If you have been recently diagnosed with anxiety and panic, the first thing you should do is to seek good self-help information about anxiety and panic, such as the information we have in the member’s area of our website. Many people struggle with anxiety and panic because they don't understand them. So learning about them, what causes them, and how to eliminate them, we believe, is the first step in dealing with them, which, then, accessing good self-help information is the first thing you should do

This first step was paramount in our own recoveries. Because all of us at anxietycentre.com have struggled with anxiety disorder (and panic attacks) ourselves, we understand the importance of getting good self-help information early. This is the reason we developed the information in the member’s area: to help anxiety disorder sufferers gain the necessary information to help them overcome their struggle with anxiety disorder and its sensations and symptoms…and once and for all.

So again, accessing good self-help information is the first step in resolving a struggle with anxiety.

The good news, however, is that anxiety disorder occurs for specific reasons. When you understand and address those reasons, you can eliminate anxiety disorder and its sensations and symptoms for good.

The more you know about anxiety, anxiety disorder, and its sensations and symptoms, the better off you'll be. Good self-help information can play an invaluable role, in this regard.

Because of the important role good self-help information can play in overcoming anxiety disorder, we have spent a great deal of time developing the information in the member’s area of our website. For example, chapters two and three explain what anxiety is, how anxiety affects the body, and why the body experiences sensations and symptoms of anxiety (including panic attacks). Chapter four provides a list of natural and practical things you can do on your own to help yourself get back on track to normal and lasting health.

As you learn more about anxiety and its sensations and symptoms, the next steps in recovery become clearer, which we explain in chapters five and six.

So again, reading good self-help information is the first step in overcoming anxiety disorder and its sensations and symptoms. The information in the member’s area of our website can play an important role, in this regard. This is where we encourage you to start.

Be encouraged, however. Anxiety disorder and its sensations and symptoms can be completely eliminated when you get the right information, help, and support. We established anxietycentre.com for that purpose: to help others overcome anxiety disorder as we have.

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Here as a list of common anxiety symptoms.

 

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