Your heart is racing so fast and you don’t know why, at least not at first. Then your chest tightens and you feel like you are having a heart attack. All of a sudden, you start sweating and getting jittery.
What is going on?
Wait a minute………these and other symptoms are signaling that you are having an anxiety attack. You’re having an anxiety attack because you are worried about this and that. You stay in fear because you don’t think things are going to turn out for the best in your behalf. You are in paralyzed mode and frozen with fear, like a pack of ice.
You keep having these symptoms that feel like a heart attack. Pain in the chest, pressure in the chest, and so on. So you decide to go to the emergency room to get it checked out. However, much to your surprise, they tell you that you are not having a heart attack. You spend a few hours taking all of these tests only for them to tell you that it’s not what you thought it was.
So, now you are stumped. You are really stumped when they tell you that you are most likely having an anxiety attack. What?? Yes, they did not stutter. You are having an anxiety attack.
Anxiety is a state of mind. You allow your mind to think these thoughts and then you start freaking out—for something that you think is happening in your mind, but really isn’t. However, you don’t care if that’s what it is. You are still scared, fearful and you can hardly get your bearings together.
Now you can learn how to get a handle on your anxiety in this online course.
In this course, you will discover:
- Possible triggers of anxiety attacks
- Who suffers from these kind of attacks (it may surprise you)
- Other types of anxiety attacks and disorders
- What GAD is and the symptoms
- What a person can do if they don’t have a high level of GAD
- What they can’t do if they do have a high level of GAD
- Social Anxiety Disorder and how it can affect people in a social setting
- Why a person with Social Anxiety Disorder is always fearful
- What is OCD and the symptoms
- What an OCD person does to ensure cleanliness and order
- What is PTSD and where did it come from?
- How do people with PTSD deal with past traumatic events and incidents?
This course along with many others are available to all members for only $25/year.
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