Anxiety: Panicking about Panic is a highly informative, self-help guide for people who suffer from frequent anxiety and panic attacks. The book has also been tailored for those who have been diagnosed with an Anxiety or Panic Disorder. This easily accessible, non-complex book has already helped thousands of people from around the world who suffer from the debilitating symptoms caused by an anxiety condition.
The book has been written from the perspective of Joshua – someone who suffered from panic attacks for years as a result of a trauma and a self-destructive thought routine. It has been designed to be accessed for all those who are affected by the symptoms of anxiety disorder, but is especially helpful for those who suffer from anxiety and panic attacks on a daily basis.
This book has been quoted to work effectively at calming the symptoms of anxiety within 20 minutes. Try it for yourself!
“This is the best book on anxiety and panic attacks I have ever read. My anxiety has dramatically lowered.” Hayley, Lancashire.
Anxiety: Panicking about Panic addresses the confusion, the various feelings, the many symptoms and the negative externalities that an anxiety and panic disorder can cause. It then immediately addresses these issues so the reader can quickly get their life back on track.
This book is then split into four main parts: the first part covers the basics of anxiety, panic and what’s happening within our mind and bodies when we find ourselves panicking. It is common, when reading this part of the book, that it imparts a strong form of relief for the reader, as it provides an essential tool needed for the recovery process – an understanding of what’s actually going on.
Part two is a detailed list of the symptoms that can occur with anxiety and panic disorder. It is set out using a ‘What?’ and ‘Why?’ format to simplify and explain why such symptoms occur.
Part three offers further information and practical advice to keep anxiety and panic at bay and part four is a short ’emergency relief’ section written for those who are experiencing a panic attack.