Anxiety Disorder Information & Therapy Support
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Jim Folk answers a SKYPE Live caller's questions about anxiety and feeling constantly hungry.
Having stuck, intrusive, and unwanted thoughts, images, songs, or melodies (earworms) is a common anxiety symptom. Find out why anxiety causes it and what you can do to get rid of it.
Jim Folk answers a question about can anxiety cause you to worry about one anxiety symptom after another?
Jim Folk answers questions about anxiety disorder recovery from a Recovery Support member seeking anxiety disorder recovery reassurance.
Jim Folk answers questions about having a concern about the heart during a recent SKYPE Live discussion.
"It takes plenty of time and patience, and everyone has their own unique journey, but you can come out on the other side and once again enjoy each day of life." - Ray, USA
Aerophagia (swallowing excessive air) can lead to many gastrointestinal symptoms, such as bloating, distention, and frequent belching and flatulence. Find out why and how to stop.
Anxiety can cause many symptoms, including sporadic and persistent episodes of diarrhea. Find out why and what to do.
Many theorized anxiety disorder (and other mental illnesses) was caused by a genetic predisposition. Recent research has disproven that theory.
Many anxious people feel better on the weekends. One person wondered why. Jim Folk answers that question in this video, as well as why some people can feel worse on the weekends.
Anxiety can create many symptoms, including dry mouth. This article explains why anxiety can cause a dry mouth (Xerostomia) and what you can do to get rid of it.
An anxietycentre.com Recovery Support member had questions about how to deal with some of his irrational fears. This conversation is from a SKYPE Live Discussion on January 20, 2021.
SKYPE Live caller doesn't know why she developed anxiety symptoms since she didn't feel anxious. Jim Folk explains why.
Many anxious people are confused when their anxiety symptoms increase even though they are relaxing. While it can seem counterintuitive for that to occur, there are many good reasons why anxiety symptoms can increase rather than decrease when relaxing. Here are six reasons.
Tunnel Vision and Anxiety: feels like you are looking through a tunnel is a common symptom of anxiety and stress. This article explains this symptom and its relationship to anxiety and stress, and what you can do to get rid of it.
Sensory overload, such as feeling like your nervous system is being bombarded and overwhelmed by visual, auditory, taste, touch, and smell stimuli, is a common symptom of anxiety disorder. Description of what it feels like, causes, and how to get rid of it.
Anxiety symptoms can be powerful and greatly debilitating. Many people fear they are caused by a serious medical or mental illness. Thankfully, understanding anxiety symptoms, their cause, and how to get rid of them can not only eliminate anxiety symptoms but can also remove the fear about them. This video explains anxiety symptoms and how to get rid of them.
Anxiety disorder can have a profound negative impact on those who experience it. It can also have a negative impact on loved ones and colleagues – people who are close to and/or work with someone who is experiencing anxiety disorder – such as a spouse, mate, partner, children, boy or girl friend, parents, grandparents, in-laws, relatives, friends, co-workers, and so on. Here are 15 ways to help someone with anxiety disorder.
Working with an experienced anxiety disorder therapist is the most effective way to overcome anxiety disorder and its symptoms. This article explaiins why.
Anxiety 101 gives you an overview about anxiety, what causes anxiety, anxiety disorder, anxiety disorder symptoms, and anxiety and panic attacks.
This article provides an overview about recovering from anxiety disorder and its symptoms.
Do you have anxiety? Do you have anxiety disorder? Do you have OCD? Do you have SAD? Do you want to check your level of stress? See if you have depression? And many more. Find out by using our free online two-minute instant results tests and quizzes.
Anxiety research continues to progress and change. This section provides the latest in anxiety research, as well as the more interesting anxiety-related research over the last seven years.
Catch up on the latest thinking about anxiety disorder, mental illness, therapy, and recovery.
Do you have a question about anxiety, symptoms, therapy, or recovery? Our FAQ section has answers to many questions. This section is growing daily. It could be your first stop when looking for well-researched answers.
There are many myths about anxiety. Some of these myths can stall and even prevent recovery. Visit this section for common myths associated with anxiety and recovery.
This section provides links to many tips that can help reduce and eliminate issues with anxiety and its symptoms.
Many, many people have overcome anxiety disorder and its symptoms. This section provides links to many of those stories.
Play the video below for Jim Folk's message about anxiety. Jim Folk is the president of anxietycentre.com.
NOTE: The above video was recorded in 2008, so Jim has been recovered for over 34 years rather than 21 as he mentions in the video.
All of us associated with anxietycentre.com have personally struggled with anxiety disorder and its symptoms and have uccessfully overcome it.
For example, I (Jim Folk) suffered with intensely debilitating anxiety (including intense and persistent panic attacks) for 12 years (from 1974 to 1986). But after discovering how to successfully overcome anxiety disorder and its symptoms, I recovered in 1987 and continue to live with normal health (over 34 years).
Because of our own struggles, we are committed to helping others so that they can regain their normal and healthy lives, as we have.
We do this by:
- Providing the most up-to-date anxiety information, help, and support in the Recovery Support area of our website.
- Offering personalized coaching, counseling, and therapy to those who prefer one-on-one, step-by-step help with their recovery.
We invite you to explore our website and contact us if you have questions or would like to connect with one of our recommended coaches, counselors, therapists, and psychotherapists.
Sadly, many people try a wide assortment of herbs, remedies, vitamins, and secret formulas in hopes of finding lasting relief. Unfortunately, these options generally don’t provide satisfactory or lasting relief. As such, many people continue to flip flop between hope and despair, feeling better and feeling worse...for years. This is a common struggle for many with anxiety disorder.
But, success can be attained. We know what it takes to overcome problematic anxiety because we've done it ourselves. And since we’ve done it ourselves, we know the struggles and challenges. But we also know the road to lasting success.
We encourage you: Don’t suffer needlessly. There's a lot you can do to successfully address problematic anxiety, as we have. We’d like to help you do that.
Anxietycentre.com can help you address anxiety, anxiety disorder, panic attacks, stress, fear, sleep disorders, and anxiety attacks!
We established anxietycentre.com so that people could find the help they need to attain lasting relief from anxiety disorder and its symptoms.
The combination of good self-help information and working with an experienced anxiety disorder therapist is the most effective way to address anxiety disorder and its many symptoms. Until the core causes of anxiety are addressed - the underlying factors that motivate apprehensive behavior - a struggle with anxiety disorder can return again and again. Identifying and successfully addressing anxiety's underlying factors is the best way to overcome problematic anxiety.
- For a comprehensive list of Anxiety Disorders Symptoms Signs, Types, Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment.
- Anxiety and panic attacks symptoms can be powerful experiences. Find out what they are and how to stop them.
- How to stop an anxiety attack and panic.
- Free online anxiety tests to screen for anxiety. Two minute tests with instant results. Such as:
- Anxiety 101 is a summarized description of anxiety, anxiety disorder, and how to overcome it.
DISCLAIMER: Because each body is somewhat chemically unique, and because each person will have a unique mix of symptoms and underlying factors, recovery results may vary. Variances can occur for many reasons, including due to the severity of the condition, the ability of the person to apply the recovery concepts, and the commitment to making behavioral change.
”CBT can be recommended as a gold standard in the psychotherapeutic treatment of patients with anxiety disorders." - Otte, Christian. "Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Anxiety Disorders: Current State of the Evidence." Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience. Les Laboratoires Servier, Dec. 2011. Web. 14 Sept. 2016.
anxietycentre.com: Information, support, and anxiety disorder therapy for problematic anxiety and its sensations and symptoms.
Recovery Support Benefits
√ 5000+ pages of self-help information.
√ Information you won't find elsewhere.
√ Information is updated and added to daily.
√ Comprehensive symptoms section with each symptom described and explained.
√ Frequent Questions section with answers to over 1300 questions commonly asked about anxiety.
√ Skype Live Call-In with Jim Folk and guests, as well as over 100 hours of recorded discussions.
√ Private members discussion forum with years of discussions and answers.
√ And so much more.
"The member's area of your website has the best anxiety symptoms section anywhere.
Now, I know what to do. You guys are great!!" - J.G.
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