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Anxiety: Panicking about Panic: A Powerful, Self-Help Guide for Those Suffering from an Anxiety or Panic Disorder

Anxiety Panicking about Panic A Powerful Self Help Guide for Those Suffering from an Anxiety or Panic Disorder Librarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B K NCOWQ Anxiety Panicking about Panic is a revolutionary self help book for people who suffer from the various symptoms of anxiety The book acts as

  • Title: Anxiety: Panicking about Panic: A Powerful, Self-Help Guide for Those Suffering from an Anxiety or Panic Disorder
  • Author: Joshua Fletcher
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Librarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B00K3NCOWQ.Anxiety Panicking about Panic is a revolutionary, self help book for people who suffer from the various symptoms of anxiety The book acts as an informative guide and draws from the experiences of author and counsellor, Joshua Fletcher, who lived with anxiety disorder for years before successfully overcoming theLibrarian Note Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B00K3NCOWQ.Anxiety Panicking about Panic is a revolutionary, self help book for people who suffer from the various symptoms of anxiety The book acts as an informative guide and draws from the experiences of author and counsellor, Joshua Fletcher, who lived with anxiety disorder for years before successfully overcoming the condition The book is tailored for people who are experiencing panic attacks, feeling abnormally anxious, ruminating about health, anticipating further panic attacks and questioning why anxiety is present in the first place Anxiety Panicking about Panic provides quick, easy to access advice and practical strategies, which aim to educate the reader to simplify their world of anxiety in order to successfully tackle it.This book is particularly tailored for people who can associate with the conditions of Anxiety Anxiety Disorder Generalized Anxiety Panic Disorder Agoraphobia Health Anxiety Panicking for no reason Panic Attacks and anxiety about them happening again

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    1. As a sufferer of severe social anxiety for more than three years, Anxiety: Panicking about Panic, has left me feeling as though I can conquer this issue that has engulfed almost every aspect of my life. The author goes into great depth providing information on what anxiety is, and its very many symptoms as well as mentioning the number of different anxiety disorders that are out there. I have found Joshua Fletcher’s Anxiety Scoring Method to be extremely helpful in identifying and managing my [...]


    2. This book has been of great help to me.Firstly, it explains about anxiety and panic to the point. Its easier to deal with something if you have a clear idea about what it is. So, Joshua Fletcher has got that covered. Then it comes to dealing with anxiety and panic. The author points out exactly what we need to do. He simplifies all the points and makes them easier to remember. That's absolutely necessary in case of emergency panic attacks in which case we can't actually remember paragraphs from [...]


    3. Found the book quite repetitive. I felt like he was talking and explaining anxiety to people who have never had it or experiencing it for the first time. It was all stuff i've heard before.


    4. Without a doubt, one of the best books I've ever read about self-help. I've always been sensitive and labelled a 'worrier' by those close to me, which is probably why anxiety has such a significant effect on me. I've had anxiety for about four years now and it seems to come and go, depending on my circumstances at the time (whether I'm stressed, worried or unwell). Recently, I had yet another panic attack and despite being quite infrequent compared to what other people deal with, it really gave [...]


    5. Incredible bookIf you are suffering panic attacks now, read the last chapter first then read the whole book. I was normal until one day I was driving to work and had a major panic attack. I went the whole week wondering if I had lost my mind, if something was medically wrong with me or if I w as going to die. I stayed home as much as possible , hid in my garage and paced myself to exhaustion. I never stopped working which helped me to face and seek a counselor. But even then they didn't do much [...]


    6. A powerful tool for anyone who wants to demystify anxiety and get back on their feet. This pestering condition is alarmingly common and can manifest itself through multiple symptoms, some being more persistent than others. But, simply knowing the way it operates in the human mind brings us one step closer to personal freedom.


    7. This is an amazing book. Having suffered from anxiety, I already knew most of the information this book contained due to my own research (calmclinic was crucial helping me overcome my fears). However, had I found this book before, it would’ve saved me a lot of time, to be sure. I am so glad someone wrote this, because it has the potential to help so many people! The phrase “it is just anxiety” is the one to have in mind. I like the book because it contains all the technical stuff about the [...]


    8. I bought this to try and help myself with understanding my anxiety, but to be honest, I sometimes felt like it was de-valuing anxiety as a mental illness. Certain ways the author put things seemed to infer that people with anxiety are always in control of it, but why would people need medication or therapy if they could control it? Not really particularly helpful to me personally.


    9. This book guides you through the whole spectrum of anxiety. It has helped me understand more about adrenaline and how I should think in moments of panic. However, I do not think it has helped me overcome my anxiety problem. I think a 100 more pages could have helped more.


    10. The best book to read if you've recently started having panic attacks and anxiety in your life! Goes very into detail, and explains the science behind how your mind works and teaches you how to control it!


    11. A bit repetitive at times but extremely helpful in understanding anxiety and how it affects your body, as well as how to deal with. I wish I had this book a long time ago. Thank you!


    12. This is a highly reptetitive and terribly oversimplified book on anxiety disorders, its causes, effects and treatment. The author is NOT a psychologist or mental health expert but someone who once struggled with anxiety himself and claims to have overcome it. He may be an expert about his own form of anxiety but the way he talks about anxiety as a highly illogical feeling with no reasons or rhyme is not only laughable but potentially harmful to people who developed anxiety due to trauma or very [...]


    13. There are many literature books that have somewhat 'changed my life', however they only go part-way in comparison to what this simple self-help book has provided for me. I sometimes scratch my head at how, in just 130 something pages, this book has seemed to calm me to the point of tranquillity.The main positive from this book is that it is educational. It skips past all of the hallmark, pseudo-spiritual nonsense and gets down to brass tax. It explains - using clearly defined sections - what anx [...]


    14. I would 100% recommend this bookThis book has given me ideas about how to tackle not only my anxiety but depression too. My story is long and boring. I'm turning 26 in two weeks. I have fibromyalgia, CFS, AF and other problems. I am registered disability. I however, work full time, look after my mum, nan and grandad and life can be difficult. I try and power on as much as I can. Cut things down and try not to over do myself. This book has provided me with more knowledge than my GP and CBT counse [...]


    15. I have read a number of self-help books and thought this was one of the better ones. Joshua is to the point and doesn't waffle on to fill pages. There are some useful tips in here and I think it would benefit anyone that suffers from anxiety.


    16. Its just anxietyRegardless of your anxiety levels, this is a useful read, and gives some logical thought around how to manage it. My key take outs were to stop trying to think it away, and stop body checking!! Also don't assume a future emotional state which is great advice.


    17. Very basic book, didn't pickup anything new but that's just me. This crazy thing called anxiety and panic is different for each individual. So For the price give it a shot


    18. This book is a decent read in showing you what anxiety is and how it affects you, but it didn't offer me anything different to what I've read before.




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