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Main eBook: “Understanding & Managing Anxiety”

(3,755 words, 17 pages, 8 images)

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Table of Contents for the Anxiety PLR Ebook:

Introduction: Knowing the Difference Between Stress & Anxiety………. 3

Symptoms & Causes of Anxiety………………………………………………………. 4

What Separates an Anxiety Disorder from Simple Anxiety?………………. 5

Normal Anxiety Usually Has an Identifiable Cause……………………………… 5

Symptoms of Anxiety…………………………………………………………………….. 7

Causes of Anxiety Disorders…………………………………………………………… 8

Mental Health Conditions……………………………………………………………… 8

Environmental Concerns……………………………………………………………….. 8

Physical Issues…………………………………………………………………………….. 9

Drug Use…………………………………………………………………………………….. 9

Side Effect of Medication……………………………………………………………… 10

Types of Anxiety Disorders…………………………………………………………… 11

1 – Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)………………………………………….. 11

2 – Panic Attacks………………………………………………………………………… 11

3 – Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)………………………………………. 12

4 – Phobias, Irrational Fears…………………………………………………………. 12

5 – Social Phobia, Social Anxiety Disorder……………………………………….. 13

6 – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)……………………………………….. 13

All About Panic Attacks………………………………………………………………… 14

Medically Based Treatments for Anxiety……………………………………….. 15

Lifestyle Treatments for Anxiety and Coping with Anxiety in Everyday Life…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 16

 

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There is absolutely no doubt that you have experienced stress and anxiety in your life. You may have had anxious feelings already today, and stress has become an accepted way of life for many. In many cases, people use the terms interchangeably. This is not correct, because of the causal relationship involved. Stress and anxiety are similar, and are definitely linked, but they are not the same.

The Anxiety and Depression Association of America does a really good job in explaining the difference and relationship between anxiety and stress.

“The difference between them (stress and anxiety) is that

stress is a response to a threat in a situation. Anxiety is a reaction to the stress.”

Stress occurs because of the way you respond to outside stimulus. There are things that cause a response in your mind and body that are natural ways of dealing with a threat. Stress triggers your fight or flight response, which puts all of your senses on high alert. This is a physiological response that involves your brain, your hormones and other physical, internal processes.

Anxiety is a symptom of stress. Anxiety does not exist without your mind perceiving some type of threat or stress. Anxiety can be a normal response, or in the case of anxiety disorders, an irrational, out of proportion set of feelings, emotions, actions or behaviors that can interfere with your ability to live a normal life.

Symptoms & Causes of Anxiety

Being anxious and having a diagnosed anxiety disorder are two very different things. Certainly, if you suffer from an anxiety disorder, you will be anxious. However, there are normal, everyday instances where anxiety is a common occurrence. This does not mean that you necessarily suffer from an anxiety disorder.

It is only natural to be concerned when you are headed into a big job interview. The thoughts in your mind of how the interview could go wrong create a fight or flight process that moves to the forefront of your thoughts. Your brain releases levels of cortisol, which is nicknamed the stress hormone. The nightmare scenarios playing out in your brain related to the possibility of you not getting your dream job cause extreme levels of anxiety.

If you are an expectant mother, you are reuniting with an old friend after many years of absence, or you are trying out a detailed recipe for the first time, you will obviously be anxious. In each of these situations, your anxiety is commonplace. These are instances where it is absolutely normal to anxiously wonder about the outcome.

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Topic: Am I Worrying Too Much?

Email 1 – How Much Worrying Is Too Much
Email 2 – How the Internet Can Help You Stop Worrying So Much
Email 3 – 5 Ways to Start Worrying Less Right Now
Email 4 – Sleep Stress and Worry They Are All Interconnected
Email 5 – How to Create a Funny Bank so You Laugh More and Worry Less

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How Much Worrying Is Too Much?

Hi,

Do you worry too much?

Do you wonder if you worry too much? Do you worry all the time about whether your worrying is too frequent? When you get right down to it, how much worrying is unhealthy?

There is no simple, cut and dry answer here. Everyone is different. People handle stress differently. You may become anxious in response to a situation or event that would produce absolutely no stress response in someone else.

However, there are some signs that you may be worrying a little too much.

  • You are always looking ahead for some future threat or stressful situation.
  • You have problems sleeping soundly.
  • Your stomach is always in knots.
  • You can’t shake off a constant feeling of anxiety.
  • You worry what will happen if you don’t do something, and you worry what will happen if you do.
  • You have frequent feelings of resentfulness towards others.
  • Guilt plagues you night and day.

Daily, “normal” stress levels are common. Chances are you live in a very hectic, fast-paced environment. However, when your stress and worry are always a part of your life, with no letting up, there is a problem.

Consider talking to a stress and anxiety specialist. Your general practitioner or doctor can refer you to someone that is an expert in this area. The bottom line is this … when your worrying gets in the way of your normal daily functioning, you need to seek help.

Failed relationships, poor health, mental and physical, and other unavoidable negative consequences are your rewards for letting worry control your life.

To your success,

YOUR NAME

 

 

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  1. 4 Relaxation Techniques to Reduce Anxiety – 712 words
  2. Can Lack of Sleep Cause Anxiety? – 430 words
  3. Can Meditation Help Reduce Anxiety? – 401 words
  4. The Link between Exercise and Anxiety – 596 words
  5. The Link between Stress and Anxiety – 553 words

 

Anxiety PLR Article Sample:

4 Relaxation Techniques to Reduce Anxiety

Unlike stress, which disappears once the stressor is eliminated, anxiety is a constant state of mind whereby an individual experiences anxious feelings (worry, fear, nervousness, unease, etc.) that do not subside or go away over a long period.

The upside to chronic anxiety, however, is that the condition is usually not life threatening if you know how to manage it. Still, it can negatively impact your mental and physical well-being, causing you to lead a less than ideal life. For instance, anxiety has the ability to instigate excessively worrying over situations that are out of your control, anticipating danger where there is none, suffering from periods of shortness of breath, experiencing panic attacks, and more. Fortunately, anxiety can be managed with relaxation techniques. Putting the mind and body at ease relaxes muscles, induces a feeling of calm, lowers heart rate, and delivers several other benefits that help to reduce anxiety. Here is a look at some of the best relaxation techniques that have been proven to combat anxiety.

1. Slow Breathing

While slow breathing may seem like a futile attempt when it comes to reducing anxiety, it is actually a very effective relaxation technique that’s often recommended for the control of psychophysiological states. In the case of anxiety, slow and deep measured breaths offer two crucial benefits that help to bring about calmness.

Firstly, slow breathing helps provide a quick reprieve from one of the most common of anxiety symptoms – quick breathing. Feelings of anxiety turn on the sympathetic part of the nervous system which is responsible for the fight or flight response. This in turn causes rapid, shallow breathing. Slow breathing balances the nervous system and also enables you to gain control over your breathing and return it to a normal rate.

Secondly, slow breathing calms down the body by lowering levels of the stress hormone cortisol thereby reducing anxiety. And the best part is that the cortisol reduction power of slow breathing is as effective and fast acting as antidepressant medication.

2. Meditation

Meditation is popular since it’s so effective. Practiced by over 20 million Americans, meditation has been known to offer all manner of benefits including regulation of blood pressure, improved performance, rejuvenation of the mind and body, better clarity, elimination of insomnia, plus so much more. The best of meditation benefits however are reduced stress and relief of anxiety. Meditation teaches you to completely clear your mind of all thoughts (including negative ones), deeply relax, and take your subconscious to a place of inner peace and bliss. So, for someone who suffers from a constant state of anxiety, meditation can be a powerful tool for getting rid of any anxious feelings.

3. Mind Distractions

Another good way of reducing anxiety is distracting your mind whenever you feel heightened anxiety-related feelings. Just like meditation, positive mind distractions have the power to control negative thinking and induce a sense of serenity. Repetition of positive phrases (such as “I feel calm and serene” or “I love my life”), aromatherapy, and creative outlets such as painting and playing the piano are just some of the mind distraction options that have the ability to help you relax.

4. Muscle Relaxation

Whenever you are anxious, your body automatically goes into the fight or flight response mode whereby muscles tense up in readiness to respond to danger. So, when suffering from chronic anxiety, your muscles remain in a constant tense state which in turn can lead to a number of effects including fatigue, muscle pain and soreness, headaches among others. Muscle relaxation techniques can help deal with this side of anxiety.

Muscle relaxation in this case does not mean sitting back and putting your feet up or scheduling a deep tissue massage session. Rather, it entails actively relaxing all body muscles one muscle group at a time. Referred to as Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) this relaxation technique includes a 2-step process of alternatively tensing and then relaxing specific groups of muscles at a time. This process of clenching and unclenching your muscles enables them to enter a deep state of relaxation.

Regardless of how severe your anxiety is, relaxation techniques mentioned above can help you manage your condition. For best results, practice these techniques regularly and whenever you feel an increase in your anxiety levels.

 

 

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Common Treatments for Anxiety

Anxiety is a difficult thing to live with. It can affect your relationships and overall quality of life. The good news is, anxiety tends to respond to treatment. Here are some of the more common treatments for anxiety.

-Behavioral Therapy

Behavioral therapy is about just that – behavior. It is not designed to delve into the patient’s past, or explore underlying causes of the patient’s anxiety. It does, however, help the patient identify patterns of thinking and behaving, and how those thoughts and behaviors are connected. The goal is to help the patient manage the problem.

-Cognitive Therapy

This kind of therapy teaches the patient to have rational responses to stressful situations rather than negative, self-abasing responses. Cognitive therapy helps the patient face – and therefore overcome – the irrational thoughts and beliefs that bring on an anxious response.

-Medication

While there are several anxiety medications on the market, most experts agree that medication should be used in conjunction with some other sort of therapy. Medication is generally considered a short-term help, and, depending on the type of anxiety exhibited, is not a long-term solution.

-Regular Exercise

This is basic, but effective. Exercise causes the brain to release endorphins, the “feel good” brain chemicals that help you relax and feel happy and content. Exercise also uses your muscles and promotes good circulation. Daily exercise is best, but even regular exercise several times a week has proven helpful.

-Meditation or Relaxation Techniques

Like regular exercise, these treatments need to be practiced regularly. They can help release muscle tension. Meditation and relaxation also promote centered, calm patterns of thought.

-Hypnosis

While most of us think of a patient lying on a couch with a psychiatrist swinging a pocket watch in front of the patient’s face, modern, legitimate hypnosis is practiced differently. Performed by a hypnotherapist, hypnosis puts the patient into a deeply relaxed state. While the patient is in this state, the hypnotherapist suggests techniques and methods for managing the patient’s anxiety.

-Biofeedback

This treatment basically teaches you how to recogize your body’s anxiety symptoms. It “tunes you in” to your body’s cues so that you can recognize an oncoming episode of anxiety. If you can recognize its onset, you can learn to stop it from getting full-blown.

-Psychotherapy

This usually involves talking to someone, and is sometimes called “talk therapy.” Therapists help the anxiety sufferer understand and identify what is going on, which then enables the sufferer to manage his or her anxiety.

 

 

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Stress and Anxiety Disorders PLR Article Sample:

3 Simple and Natural Ways You Can Treat Anxiety

Occasional anxiety and stress are a part of most people’s lives. However, chronic stress and anxiety can wear you down and cause a number of unwanted side effects. If you suffer from chronic anxiety and don’t want to take medication, rest easy. There are natural ways for you to treat your anxiety successfully.

But please note that if you are suffering from depression or mental health issues that are causing you concerns, it is always best to seek the advice of a medical professional – who knows they may be able to help you implement natural therapies as well as more scientific-based ones.

For those who need a little help to ease stress and general anxiety, here are three simple, natural remedies:

#1 Sunshine. It may sound silly however 20-30 minutes of sunlight each day can do a lot to help improve mindset. Much of this is due to sunlight and your body’s ability to manufacture vitamin D. Vitamin D helps your body manage stress and it helps you regulate your moods and emotional well being.

The medical community agrees that most people are drastically low on vitamin D. If you cannot get out into the sun each day for 20-30 minutes, take a vitamin D supplement or a multi vitamin with a day’s supply of vitamin D.

#2 Move your body. Exercise is a known stress reducer. And it doesn’t have to be a killer, fat burning intense workout. 30 minutes of walking, bicycling or yoga has the same effect. It helps your body’s systems optimize so you can manage stress better. Also, exercise releases endorphins which are natural feel good hormones.

#3 Meditation. One of the common problems with anxiety is that your thoughts essentially get carried away. One minute you’re thinking about what you’re going to buy for dinner at the super market and the next minute you’re imagining being involved in a horrific traffic accident, not having enough money in your account to cover your grocery bill or knocking over a display and receiving ridicule and laughter. Meditation can help you control these wayward anxiety ridden thoughts. You can learn to quiet your mind and to change your thoughts to more positive ones.

One of the aspects that keeps many people from meditating are the preconceived notions of what it is. Meditation doesn’t have to be sitting on the floor, your legs crossed, chanting for an hour. It can be sitting on a chair with your eyes closed for five minutes and focusing on your breathing. Meditation can also be taking a quiet walk with your dog and clearing your mind of all thoughts. It can also be using your imagination to take you to a relaxing state – guided imagery.

Treating anxiety means treating your mind and your body well. Fuel your body with nutrients, exercise your body and move it like it’s designed to, and learn the practice of quieting your mind. Stress and anxiety will literally melt away.

 

 

Natural Treatments For Anxiety Stress PLR Report

Natural Treatments For Anxiety Stress PLR Report Sample:

Stress, anxiety and panic can be an occasional aspect of normal life. Stress in particular is something that most everyone deals with from time to time. Stress can in fact be good for you in small amounts. And there are different types of stress, some easier to manage than others.

Anxiety is a whole different emotion. Like stress, there is a physical response, however, anxiety relates directly to fear. In fact, anxiety is defined as, “A state of uneasiness and apprehension about future uncertainties.”

Anxiety can take control of your life. One worry can snowball into constant worries about everything in your life. You can feel anxiety about:

  • Relationships
  • Money
  • Your Job
  • Family Members
  • Parenting
  • Pets
  • Your future
  • School/Education
  • Performance

And chronic anxiety can turn into or be part of what’s called an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders include conditions like PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and OCD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. However, they can also include Generalized Anxiety Disorder, which means you’re fearful of everyday situations. Social Anxiety Disorder is also common. That’s when someone is fearful of social situations. They worry they’re going to be laughed at, judged or they’re going to embarrass themselves.

If you’re anxiety builds to the point where it’s controlling your life, it’s time to take action to get your life back. If you have changed your habits or lifestyle to lessen your anxiety, it’s time to get your life back. If you’ve turned to drugs or alcohol to reduce your anxiety, it’s time to get your life back.

This report is designed to help you break free from anxiety – to help you stop being a prisoner to your own fearful thoughts. Over the next 20 or so pages we’ll discuss:

  1. Health Issues Caused by Anxiety and Panic Attacks
  2. Common Causes of Anxiety
  3. Herbal Treatments & Anxiety Remedies
  4. Hands on Treatments for Anxiety
  5. Habits You Can Adopt to Reduce or Eliminate Anxiety

This report is an overview of anxiety related conditions and natural treatments. If you suffer from an anxiety disorder or believe you might suffer from an anxiety disorder, it’s important to see your doctor.

Once diagnosed properly, your physician will refer you to a behavior therapist or psychotherapist who can help you learn to manage stress and anxiety. Depending on your diagnosed condition, and there are five main categories of anxiety disorders, you may also be prescribed medication.

Medication isn’t a long term solution in most cases and instead treats the symptoms until therapy can help you turn things around. Medications for anxiety disorders come with a number of side effects and risk of addiction. They’re not a cure.

However, if you have mild anxiety or are already under the care of a physician and would like to speed up your progress, natural anxiety treatments may be exactly what you’re looking for. This report is for you!

If you are under the care of a physician and/or therapist for your anxiety, check with your doctor before beginning any new program. It is particularly important if you try any herbs or supplements to treat anxiety naturally because they may interfere with medications you’re already on.

Okay, now that we have a basic understanding about what this report covers and who it is designed to help, let’s get started!

Chapter One: Health Issues Caused by Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Before we jump into the health problems caused by anxiety it’s important to make a few distinctions.

Stress

Chronic stress can cause anxiety. It can worsen the symptoms of someone who suffers from an anxiety disorder and it can cause more frequent panic and/or anxiety attacks. However, you can absolutely experience stress without experiencing an anxiety or panic attack. And you can live a very stressful life and not have an anxiety disorder. There are health problems directly caused by chronic stress, which we’ll discuss in this chapter.

Anxiety

You can experience anxiety without having an anxiety disorder. Chronic anxiety can cause a number of health related issues. Chronic anxiety can cause or lead to an anxiety disorder and chronic anxiety can lead to panic and/or anxiety attacks.

Panic

Panic in and of itself is a normal body reaction to extreme stress. If a giant dog is chasing you down the street growling and barking, your body is going to have a panic reaction. You may be able to run faster, make faster decisions and react quickly. Panic can save your life.

However, chronic feelings of panic when there is no real reason to experience it can cause health related problems. If you experience feelings of panic without a reason to, then you probably have an anxiety disorder called Panic Disorder. It simply means that for one reason or another your body is having an inappropriate panic reaction. It’s treatable.

If chronic stress, anxiety or panic attacks are left untreated you can and will likely experience a number of health related issues. Not to mention your quality of life is going to deteriorate. This chapter takes a look specifically at the health problems associated with Stress, Anxiety and Panic attacks.

 

 

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