Anxietycentre.com - Why Join?
Anxiety, stress, depression, and sleep disorders can have a profound impact on a person's:
- Physical wellbeing
- Sleep patterns and dreams
- Fears and concerns (which can be dramatically amplified)
- Relationship with self
- Relationships with others
- Outlook on life
- Perception of the world
- Spiritual health
- Sex life
- Self-esteem or sense of self
- Social life
- Desire or will to live
- Financial status
And so many other areas of life.
For years I (Jim Folk) struggled because I didn't have access to the right information. Once I had the right information, however, it set me on the path to recovery and lasting health.
We developed the self-help information in the member's area of our website because we understand the difficulties associated with these conditions. Consequently, we are passionate about helping others and committed to making a difference.
Many people struggle needlessly because they haven't yet accessed the right self-help information, or haven't worked with the right professionals to reach a successful resolve.
This is a common problem.
That's why we established anxietycentre.com. We believed that the knowledge and experience we gained from our own struggles and victories over anxiety could benefit others. Over the years, this has been true. We’ve seen a great many people not only regain their normal health, but go on to live happier and more fulfilling lives, as well.
The testimonials sprinkled throughout our website are examples of the many people who have benefited from our experience and approach.
There are many reasons to be hopeful. No matter how severe or entrenched a condition is, complete recovery is attainable for anyone.
One of the most important factors for lasting recovery is the right information. Regarding anxiety, knowledge is power.
That's what the members area of our website provides: a wealth of important self-help information - a large part of it not found elsewhere - so that those who are struggling with anxiety, stress, depression, and sleep disorders can gain control over their conditions and return to normal living.
Whether you are experiencing only physical, psychological, or emotional symptoms; fears, phobias, or obsessions; or a mix of symptoms great or small; the members area of our website provides many of the missing pieces to recovery.
The member's area of our web site offers a wide range of information and support. It will help:
- Individuals experiencing physical, psychological, or emotional symptoms, including all of the symptoms listed on the symptoms page, and more.
- Individuals who are experiencing anxiety, panic attacks, and other anxiety disorders including generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, and obsessive compulsive disorder.
- Those who are experiencing depression.
- Those who are experiencing sleep disruption, problems, and phobias.
- Individuals who are experiencing physical symptoms only and just want to get rid of them.
- Parents, families, and friends of individuals who are experiencing any of these conditions. A good way to help is to help them understand what they are experiencing, and by supporting them through to recovery with the right information.
- Doctors, mental health professionals, and clinicians who want to more fully understand these conditions so that they can be of more assistance to their patients.
There are many reasons for joining the Recovery Support area. For the price of a workbook, members can find help and support through the more than 800 pages of information and research presented in the member's area.
The information in the Recovery Support area includes:
Anxiety, stress, depression and sleep disorders have many components. The 'General Articles' section contains an evolving library of information, late breaking news, tidbits, tips, thoughts of the day, and a wide range of other features geared to help you regain and maintain your normal health.
The Types of Anxiety Disorder
There are many types of anxiety disorder, but have very similar underlying symptoms and factors associated with them.
Anxiety, Stress, Depression, and Sleep Disorder Symptoms
Yes, there are a lot of them. The member’s area contains a comprehensive symptoms listing complete with many descriptions, explanations as to why they appear, and suggestions on how you can get rid of them. We also address some of the least talked about symptoms, such as crazy thoughts, ringing in the ears, eye tricks, groin pain, and odd smells or tastes.
Understanding How the Body and Mind Work
This section will help you understand what systems and chemistries in the body are responsible for and are affected by these conditions. It explains how the mind and body work together, what causes stress and anxiety disorders, and how you can take positive action to return to normal health.
Knowing this information will help you both initially and over the long term, because it unlocks many of the mysteries associated with anxiety, stress, depression, and sleep disorders.
Attitude: How Attitude Affects the Body's Health
The body’s physiology is directly affected by the way we think. This area explains how thoughts affect the body's biological makeup, as well as what you can do to help your body respond positively.
Dealing with Fears
Fear is at the root of every type of stress and anxiety disorder, and at the root to some degree regarding depression and the majority of sleep disorders. Sometimes it feels just on the edge of everything we do, and other times it is a dominant and foreboding presence. Find out why, and what you can do to reduce and eliminate it.
The Anxiety Disorder Personality
There is such a thing as an anxiety personality. Find out what it is, how being aware of it can help you become better, and why this understanding is vital to lasting normal health.
All About Depression
This area provides a substantive overview of depression, what it is, the types of depression, types of treatment, and tips on how to better manage depression
This area has a listing of some of the things we’ve discovered as we returned to normal health. Some of these you won't find in any other books or web sites. For members, this is a very popular area of the web site.
This area contains the results of our online surveys, as well as summaries of other surveys done over the last 10 years on anxiety disorder. Some of the information may surprise you.
Frequently Asked Questions
As we have worked with others over the last number of years, there have been a lot of questions. This area contains some of the most common questions and answers.
Do you have comments or questions you’d like to share with other members? You can do that using this virtual support group discussion Forum.
Part of the healing process is talking with others who are (or have been) going through the same thing. Regularly, we have live online chat sessions using SKYPE where members can join in, ask questions and share their comments in a group environment. Think of it as another type of virtual support group. Upcoming in the near future is Skypecasts, an environment where many members can come together and voice-chat.
View the personal experiences and healing process of Abby as she worked her way back to panic-free health.
Sometimes the road to normal health can be bumpy. These articles may be just the pick-up you need.
Spirituality is often an overlooked aspect of life. It is, however, an area of life that has requires more attention and discussion. Find out how it has helped many of us regain and maintain our normal health.
This, and much, much more. For example, in the Recovery Support area you'll find answers to
- What is stress?
- Why does stress affect the body so dramatically?
- What is anxiety disorder?
- What are the different types of anxiety disorder?
- Is this disorder purely mental?
- Are ‘crazy thoughts’ normal, and why do we experience them?
- Why do I feel like I’m on an emotional roller coaster; is this part of anxiety disorder?
- Am I going to go crazy?
- Is depersonalization a sign of severe mental illness? Can it make you go crazy?
- What are the common symptoms of anxiety disorder, and what causes them?
- Why do pleasant and unpleasant experiences bring on anxiety attacks?
- Will I ever get better?
- Why do I keep worrying about things that I never used to?
- What is the best treatment for anxiety disorder?
- Why do attacks come 'out of the blue'?
- Why can’t I sleep? What can I do to fix this?
- Why does it take so long to get better?
- Why doesn’t relaxation alone help?
- I’ve read a lot about anxiety disorder, but I’m still not any better. Why?
- I’ve been on medication for a long time, but I’m still not much better. Why?
- Am I the only one that feels this way?
- I’ve heard that anxiety disorder sufferers have a similar personality. Is this true, and if so what are some of the characteristics?
- I’ve had anxiety disorder for many years. Can I still get better?
- Can I go crazy from anxiety?
- Is depression biological? Is there hope for natural recovery?
- Once I feel better, can I really stay that way?
- Will all of the symptoms go away?
- Is there any way that I can help my spouse understand what I’m going through?
- How do I prevent a relapse?
And there's still so much more.
If you've tried everything but still experience stress, anxiety, depression, or sleep disorder symptoms, we believe the information in the Recovery Support area of our web site will help you.
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Our goal is to help people conquer their condition. To that end, we feel confident that you will be satisfied with your membership. In order to remove ANY risk to you, we offer a Money Back Guarantee.
We encourage you to take control of your health, and there's no better time to do it than now! The sooner you start the healing process, the sooner you can resume your normal life.
We wish you every success in your return to normal health. We believe an anxietycentre.com membership will help you accomplish your victory over stress, behavioral depression, most sleep disorders, and anxiety.
For more information about our Anxiety Therapy, Coaching, Counseling option; our Available Anxiety Therapists; to Book An Appointment with one of our anxiety therapists; common Anxiety Symptoms; our anxiety Recovery Support area; common Anxiety Myths; and our Anxiety 101 section; or click on the appropriate graphic below:
Authors: Jim Folk, Marilyn Folk, BScN. Last updated June 2015.