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Anxiety and Phobia Workbook
January 20, 2011
3:44 pm
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I tried almost every alternative for my anxiety because I didn't want to take any more medication. Yoga helps me with relaxation, but sometimes panic attacks still appear. I talked to my friend about this (she's a psychologist) and she told me to identify what was giving me the panic attacks. There is a book that she suggested titled "Anxiety and Phobia Workbook." I haven't tried it out, but thought it may help someone here.

January 20, 2011
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I have heard of this book through a counselor as well but I haven't gotten it yet. It sounds like it may be a good one to try if there is more than just my counselor recommending it. I think I am going to look it up on Amazon and see if I can get a copy of it.

January 22, 2011
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See my posting under "Panic Attack Treatment" thread.  Hope my input helps, particularly the two books mentioned.

-  Ma Strong

January 27, 2011
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I've had a very bad day today. My pain has been horrible today but it seems that my anxiety was also bad today. I've had to take more medication today than I've had for a long time. No triggers that I can think of, it just happened.

December 5, 2013
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I do not think why you talked about the book, saying it may help someone other, but did not ask anything in return. It would have been a lot better if you had asked for advice on how much effective the book is for depression treatment and panic attacks. 

Anyway, being a specialist in depression treatment and psychotherapy, I would like to tell that no book can help you get relief from panic if you buy it just for reading. The advantage of getting engaged with a psychologist is always superb. 

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Is it true that Yoga can kill anxiety? because maybe it would be hard for a stressful person to conduct this activity that requires deep concentration and relaxation in his mind. ~ Perusahaan Jasa Service Ac Pamulang Terpercaya ~

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