Dennis' Anxiety-Free Blog

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The Answer Was Right There I quickly realized that who I surrounded myself with I became! My environment had a massive impact on how I thought, felt and even acted. The more I hung around...

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The World Of Health Anxiety On the 6th doctor I visited to look deeper into what these agonizing symptoms I was experiencing could be, I got some interesting advice. The advice I was given was...

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Stress has always been a part of our lives. In these hectic times, people lead an increasingly stressful life. Experts state that a little stress can be good; it keeps you sharp and ready to...

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In today’s day-to-day lifestyle, depression is a very familiar disorder. It affects every eighth man and every fourth woman (scary I know). Many of us are actually unaware of the symptoms of depression which include...

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The performance anxiety problem begins to look too big to solve for most, impossible to actually eliminate, overwhelming and improbable. Each time you attempt to change something in your life and don’t, the more you...

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Hello everyone Tony here just a quick word from myself, I have been struggling with GAD and major hypochondria for around two years, my first panic attack not long after splitting with a long term...

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No Man’s Land In tennis, there is an area of the court called “no man’s land,” located within the two feet in front of the baseline. This is the worst place to stand if you...

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Perfect Practice How often in the sport of tennis for example do two people play against one another that have the same knowledge about their sport, have similar talent levels, and have a great team...

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It was a cold night in the year 2010 at the peak of my generalized anxiety disorder and panic attacks, there I was in my ‘man cave’ playing the victim and feeling sorry for the...

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During my 6 year battle with an anxiety disorder I remember taking multiple tests like a stress test, ecg, blood tests, holter monitor and more all because of one frightening and annoying symptom of anxiety…...

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The manifestation of anxiety can cause many to experience debilitating symptoms of panic attacks which can lead to an avoidance of situations, places and even people. There are two types of people though, there are...

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder can play some nasty tricks on a person that makes them feel like they’re either losing control, going crazy or even about to die. GAD is definitely chronic and...

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What I understood from the film “The Secret” is that the law of attraction brings similar things together and the images that you hold in your mind and the thoughts that you think will create...

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Here’s my short review on this yellow flowered plant known as St John’s Wort (hypericum), and the pros and cons when it comes to trying to use it against depression and anxiety. I’ve had mixed...

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