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Anxiety Disorder – Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Works But You Also Have To Change Your Lifestyle!

I don’t mean to sound selfish but my anxiety has been eliminated and I want you to know yours can be cured too; that is my only motive. It isn’t a chemical imbalance keeping you stuck; it’s your brains reaction, which you can change. Even in the fast paced society we all live in today there are natural ways to let go of stress and the anxiety that comes with it, so that you can enjoy life in all circumstances. Much like a football player blocks a play by performing a tackle on his opponent, this medication keeps the adrenaline from scoring a reaction. Others might experience anxiety due to being involved in a stressful situation like pressure at work or a relationship

 Taking anxious thoughts first. Various phobias are revealed that are peculiar to the experiences of the little baby/child. Another help is the use of natural products like CBD

While there is no universal cure for any of these common anxiety disorders, the symptoms associated with each can usually be managed effectively with medication and therapy. It is usually seen in combat soldiers returning from war, PTSD can produce a constant state of fear and anxiety which is linked to the original traumatic experience. This text takes up the perhaps slight recognized CBD Tincture equally a very natural treatment regarding anxiousness relief. Other’s prefer not to have any other with your anti-nervousness drugs and go for more natural solutions towards nervousness management. 

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Anxiety – Levels And Symptoms

Given these steps, honesty is important to aid an appropriate diagnosis of anxiety. It can become overwhelming to make everyday decisions. It takes time, but once it is done, you will find it impossible to understand why you have wasted all that time being shy! As you have had a lifetime of thinking and reacting so negatively, then obviously you’re going to need some help to break this cycle. Once you are already sure of your condition, it is time to get treatment

Maybe it is you. The need for anxiety medication becomes urgent at this point. Examples are Ativan, Xanax, Klonopin, and Valium
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However, depression directly attributed to one’s perception of social ranking can often be directly tied to the development of anxiety. The prognosis for people suffering from generalized anxiety is actually pretty good. For anyone who has ever felt the dual sting of both depression and anxiety, you know that there is a link between the two in many instances. Having a fight with a loved one or breaking up with a long time partner can be a source of depression that is debilitating but not always in a manner that breeds higher levels of anxiety
The attacks are often associated with shallow, rapid patterns of breathing and can respond to muscle relaxation techniques and breathing exercises that form a part of many complementary therapies. When the anxiety becomes frequent you could be at risk for more serious conditions. Driving anxiety is an example of a specific anxiety disorder. So while anxiety protected him, it eventually exhausted him such that he couldn’t enjoy anything. Although anxiety and panic attacks are similar, panic attacks are more high pitched than anxiety.

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Transform anxiety into positive energy

Turning Anxiety into Positive Energy

Last week, we explained how anxiety doesn’t have to be a
hindrance to a successful presentation or a fruitful training session.
Today we show you how to harness the negative feelings of anxiety and
convert them to useful positive energy.

Be yourself and work within your style.

Nothing can cause pre-session jitters faster than preparing to be
someone you’re not. If you’re not comfortable telling anecdotal stories
to reinforce a point or throwing gum out to participants who offer good
ideas, then don’t. Ask your participants to share a relevant story to
reinforce your point. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to grow as a
presenter. Many of the techniques effective trainers use to add fun to a
workshop and reinforce learning are within your reach. But, you should
make them your own and work within your own style. Trying to be the
speaker you admired at the seminar you attended last week will only
heighten your nervousness.

Prepare. Prepare. Prepare.

This may be the easiest way to reduce pre-session nervousness. If you
know your content – really know your content – you’ll feel more
confident. Some trainers feel nervous because they are unsure about what
they need to accomplish or uncertain about the content. Go through all
the materials. Watch the video. Check out the room and the audio-visual
equipment. Think about the content within the framework of your
organization. Are there any disconnects? What questions do you

Rehearse your first five minutes – over and over again.

For some, nervousness triggers uncomfortable physical reactions like a
shaky voice, wobbly knees, or sweaty palms. To combat these physical
reactions, mentally rehearse the first few minutes of your session. Do
so, right up until the moment you’re “on.” Knowing your first few
minutes cold gives you the time you need to overcome your anxiety. And,
keep in mind that the tremble in your voice or the wobble in your knees
is much more noticeable to you than to any of your participants. And,
understand that the physical discomfort you’re experiencing will pass –
probably within the first few minutes.

Take a deep breath and smile.

Taking a deep breath (or two or three) forces you to concentrate on
your breathing. Thinking about your breathing will help you regulate it
and slow yourself down a bit. After inhaling and exhaling slowly, smile.
Smiling is psychologically proven to help us feel better. And, the best
thing about approaching your audience with a smile is that someone will
probably smile in return.

Imagine your success.

Instead of thinking about all the things that might go wrong, focus
your energy on your impending success. Performers of all types,
athletes, and even politicians have reaped the benefits of positive
mental imagery. Spend a few minutes before your session thinking about
the positive response of your audience. Imagine their attentive faces,
their smiles and nods, their laughs. Imagine their interest and
appreciation for their opportunity to learn. And, while you’re at it,
imagine them coming up to you at the end and telling you how much they
learned and how glad they are that they attended your session. This is
your positive mental image and yours alone. Make it all that you want it
to be!

Eat healthy and sleep well.

This may sound elementary but it’s sound, practical advice. Eating a
lot of junk food, drinking a lot of caffeine drinks and not getting
enough sleep the evening before your presentation will add to your
jitters and make your nervous stomach feel worse. No, we’re not
suggesting that you need to eat tofu, wheat germ, and bean sprouts to
give an effective presentation. And, yes, you can start your day with
that much needed cup of coffee. But, be smart the night before. Think
before you say yes to a heavy meal or a second helping and consider
taking a half portion of that rich dessert. Eat light and smart before
your session. Avoid high-fat foods and sugary snacks. In addition to
making your nervous stomach feel worse, your energy level may take a
dive. And, drink caffeine drinks cautiously. Too many may make you feel
jittery and cause your throat to feel dry. Drink water instead.

Remember, only you know what you’re planning to say.

Okay, you’re prepared. Perhaps you’ve even practiced. But the idea
that you might forget something or say something wrong continues to
unsettle you. Keep in mind that your participants are along for the
ride. They may have an understanding of the learning objectives but they
don’t know your plan. They don’t know what you’re going to say or how
you’re going to deliver the content. Sure, you have a responsibility to
cover the content and address the learning objectives but if you do so,
you really can’t do anything wrong. You may just do it differently than
you planned and if so, you’ll be the only one who knows!

Enthusiastically greet attendees.

Greeting attendees may ease some of your nervousness because you’re
not jumping onstage cold. So, smile, shake hands, and introduce

Enjoy helping others learn.

Watching others learn is the best part of our job as trainers. So
tame that nervousness and turn it into positive energy you can use to
create a safe and fun environment for learning.

Remember, practice pushes us towards perfection and eventually these
steps might become routine. However, sometimes routines grow stale, dull
and boring. Please come back next week where we highlight 4 Tips to Convert the Routine to Positive Energy. Thanks for stopping by…

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What you should know before taking CBD oil for Anxiety

Thinking about buying CBD oil? Not so fast. This video shows why you
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the label promises. In some cases, test results show CBD products contain
dangerous chemicals and pesticides. We created a checklist to help you quickly
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How Can Drinking Water Help With Anxiety?

Step One–Relax yourself by taking slow, deep breaths. How do you do it? By stopping the emergency message being sent to your adrenal glands. Guessing odds are much better with each wrong answer eliminated. Isolated by others

What is the exact dosing I should take and how many times a day? This information about anxiety medications can make or break their ability to function. Taking any of the commonly prescribed medications such as Valium or Xanax will only trigger a fatal overdose. Once they are stopped, the side effects will return because the drugs are performing their best to stop the anxiety. Anxiety and excitement produce quite similar physiological responses: increased heart rate, increased perspiration, etc

It is through personal, inner work and training. Probably the most important would be to make sure your fears are not valid and you are not putting yourself in a dangerous situation. There is another way to handle these problems, which does not involve external help

This is an illness that many people do not realize is quite common. These symptoms are the body’s way to protect itself from what a person perceives as a threat to him. Try watching television or keep on saying out loud calming phrases and re-assuring yourself that there isn’t really anything that you would need to worry about, or be scared of and you will definitely feel better

These drills may include desensitization and counter-conditioning. Never reward anxious behavior. Reward the dog for staying and for being calm

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome and SEX: Will IBS Kill Your Sex Life?

A fair number of people with IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) experience severe variations of these signs and symptoms. Their pain
can interfere with their capacity to focus, or functionally disable them for hours, even days, on end.
They might even feel the demand to structure their lives around ready access to a toilet and their sex lives.
Read what one couple did to in order to be able to manage IBS and have the sex life they had grown accustomed to…

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Anxiety is everywhere

Excessive worry makes us avoid certain activities, opportunities, or experiences that may be good for us, fun or valuable towards career advancement. Anxiety has a way of crimping our style.

Avoid Certain Substances: Avoid using substances such as drugs, alcohol, and coffee that can contribute to or aggravate the symptoms of anxiety.  Many panic attack and anxiety sufferers complain about their inability to do new things, try new activities, and take on new challenges. Are you one of those? 

Severe anxiety affect sufferers in different ways. Some experience tightening in the chest that makes breathing difficult. Sticking to natural cures for panic attacks provides all sufferers the opportunity to be rid of their anxiety panic attack symptoms once and for all without any side effects. However, it is advisable to talk to your doctor before embarking on these natural cures.

In the winter season, people with anxiety problems can also experience SAD – Seasonal Affective Disorder.  It sounds very clinical but the definition itself gives us the answer; deal with Anxiety! Our biggest anxiety is that the anxiety itself is abnormal, strange, or possibly even insane. You could possibly feel overwhelmed by a feeling of fear or doom. The most common characteristic is intense fear in social situations which cause distress and slowed ability to function in the sufferer’s daily routine

Whatever the form of an anxiety attack, the thing that is always consistent in all victims who suffer from one, is the uncontrollable fear. If you suffer from any of the problems mentioned in this post, seek help immediately. Don’t be SAD!

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If You Don’t Slow Down Now, Then When?


Everything happens in the Now.

Time is ultimately not linear but in our current existence we do have the illusion of time which is there for learning purposes.

The past, we can look back on, to see the mistakes we have made, so we can adapt and learn as to not repeat them again.

The future only ever happens in the present moment but most of the time is projected from our past repetitive behaviors.

Most of us are living in the past.

We live consciously 5% of the time and operating or living in repetitive patterns or programs 95% of the time, which is subconscious.

The below is a link to a quirky video and some insight by Bruce Lipton, PHD, on the subject.
He is well known for his works in Epigenetic’s, amongst various other amazing work including of course conscious and subconscious behaviours.


And we wonder why we keep repeating the same things in life…
Actually, most of us don’t realise this based on the above.

One may ask why this is so…

Spiritual Answer

I would like to answer this spiritually, as this is ultimately the greatest calling or beyond anything the world of science could perhaps answer. Science being a great tool but a tool, nonetheless. Side Note: Bridging of Science and Spirituality is key.

So back to the question of why do we operate in 5% consciousness.?

Again, answering this from a spiritual perspective, which will automatically take into account –  science –  for instance, biologically or evolutionary speaking, we subconsciously/unconsciously(using these interchangeably in this instance) take our hand off a burning stove to protect us, as opposed to consciously contemplating if we should or shouldn’t’. Point being that our conscious mind in this particular example would slow us down.

Spiritually I would say, it is because we are called or perhaps, we could say, drawn to higher states of experience & awareness beyond the material, transient world we live in.

And that it takes some “effort”, shift or awakening to tap into a higher level of consciousness and therefore not being subject to our surroundings or going along with the world.

So, with this as the backdrop and back to the title of this Vlog/Blog, “If you don’t slow down now, then when?” And are we living by these repetitive subconscious patterns or are we going to consciously tap into our higher selves…

Conscious Effort

A good example of this is in my own life.

Much of my life especially my working life, I had spent most mornings in a state of acute anxiety and a high level of energy. And not a healthy level of energy.

Still to this day, sometimes I have to consciously take a breath and remind myself to slow down NOW as that is how I choose to live my life NOW and in the future.

And this is after many years of meditation, introspection, learning, experiencing etc.

So, the point is, it takes conscious effort and to develop habits that eventually do become part of our core being.

Having said that, there is nothing “wrong” with a little “healthy” stress or pressure, which gets us all going in the morning and able to get things done. When I say “healthy” I mean “healthy” in terms of a bit of heightened energy to get us moving.

BUT if you are rushing out your house in a flat spin, your energy all over the place, not thinking clearly and you do not have some sort of relative peace, then something has to give.

And something will give – either burnout or something more perhaps “negative”, which is life signally to slow down.

Before that happens, one needs to make a conscious shift before life intervenes and does it for you.

Some of us, however, have become so accustomed to a relatively high level of stress, anxiety or unconsciousness that we don’t even realise what it is to operate from a relative state of peace.

You will know when you are NOT living in relative peace and harmony, when you get home after work or if you work from home or whatever the case may be and you feel drained.

This is not normal.

And when it nears the end of the week and you are really struggling, then you know this is not how you should be living life.

This is generalizing and there are many variables of course but peace and harmony should nonetheless be “Normal”.

If for short bursts of time and you are pushing yourself to get a specific project done or whatever the case may be, that’s fine.
But if this is all the time, then you are subject to the world and running around unconsciously, almost like a robot on autopilot.

And this is a key point. Our current life and how the world is functioning is not how it should be. People are getting squeezed for every little bit, not to mention the general fast pace of society and technology. You cannot be subject to this and need to take back your creative power.

And that Starts NOW.

Don’t wait for a raise; a new job/change in career, a new project or opportunity; whatever the case may be.

Start NOW. Start the next time you wake up. Breathe, slow down and let your next step be in relative peace and harmony.
This is what will dictate how the rest of your day and life is going to unfold.

Try this and witness life mold to your relative will or reflect this back to you. Don’t make excuses that something needs to be done first, or something else is more important and then you can relax. That is creating the future from the NOW.

Easier said than done perhaps but the most rewarding feeling and experience of your life is when you witness life change according to how you perceive and decide to live.

You actually have to let go certain things. It may be hard at first, especially if you have developed a fast pace, high work ethic or “negative” habits that are not serving you.

You have to ask yourself how in the first place did you reach this point of stress and/or anxiety or disharmony in your life?

Ponder that, without judgment.

Changing habits is not easy but not hard either.
That is where the conscious choice needs to be practiced and becoming part of your being.

What’s key or perhaps beneficial to those out there that operate with high levels of stress, is that you will perform your work or whatever it is in life you are doing more effectively and efficiently, from the state of relative peace and harmony.

Again, nothing “wrong” with a healthy form of energy to get things done.
But not when it is draining your energy.

When you have relative peace & harmony and you will see things more clearly, operating in another field of existence, so to speak.

Life may also just take a different course of action/timeline and that is great and exciting.

Novel and rejuvenating being key words. Not repetitive and energy draining.

You will also be adding this “positive” energy into other people’s lives and the world.

The future will echo what is then done in the present.

If you are waiting on something else to bring you peace, joy or whatever it is you want, you are giving power to the world and not claiming your creative power.
That, which you have within yourself right now, through choice and awareness.

Only through practicing this and experiencing will you see this evident.

As in my other Vlogs/BLogs, Meditation is a great tool that will help you to gain conscious control and bring peace and harmony into your life.

If you don’t slow down now, then when?

I hope this adds great value to your life.

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A Quick Cure For Anxiety: Stop Fearing The Unknown

Youngsters can sometimes benefit from the symptom relief these medications provide, which is good for helping other forms of therapy along the way. When you are comfortable doing little things like that, you can jump to the next level and try going places with bigger groups of people. When it appears as if children and anti anxiety medications will have to mix to make treatments more effective, parents will generally find their use does not continue for too long. The person is literally paralyzed with fear. Encourage yourself and build your confidence by not comparing yourself to others



First of all, realize that you are not “abnormal”, and this is a normal reaction that you are having to this “exam taking” event. Change your “stinking thinking”, and start thinking positive. And if you are always self-conscious and shy away from public performance or even socializing, you must be suffering from social anxiety disorder

Individuals who have a combination of depression and anxiety are also at a higher risk for substance abuse and suicide. In most cases, these child anxieties can be treated by reassurance and comfort. The severity of the disorder can vary

Sufferers typically encounter great difficulty in social life, be it to deal with one person or a group. It is not merely the general nervousness or uneasiness which many people experience in social life. Those with anxiety do not see the world as everyone else does. Many people with anxiety disorders also suffer from depression at some point in their lives