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Anxiety As Nature Intended

Introduction

  If we didn't have anxiety, we wouldn't be scared when confronted by a roaring lion. If we didn't have anxiety to keep us safe, we wouldn't avoid dimly-lit alleys and underpasses in the dead of night. Without anxiety, we wouldn't take extreme care when crossing the road with our children.
  Anxiety is essential to the survival of every human (indeed, every animal) on the planet.

  Today, millions of people worldwide suffer from anxiety-related problems. It is estimated that in America alone over fifty million people suffer from some form of anxiety disorder. The most common one is social anxiety disorder (also called social phobia), closely followed by post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and generalized anxiety disorder. Around one in thirty five to fifty people suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and one in ten are reported to have a specific phobia. This doesn't include the vast numbers of people who have depression or those living anxious lives ruled by shyness or stress.
  Add to this, the overwhelming evidence that many people feel they are working below their potential and are frustrated; more and more (and younger) people are unhealthy and overweight than ever before; greater numbers of teenage boys and girls are depressed, and problems involving anxiety and stress account for the majority of visits to a doctor's surgery. In this world of better food, hygiene, education and healthcare... emotionally, society is crumbling.

  Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), social phobia (or social anxiety disorder)...
  Currently, problems related to anxiety are named, listed, defined, classified, ordered, placed in categories and placed in sub-categories – all in an attempt to understand and control them. And while some argue that this offers a more accurate diagnosis and subsequent better treatment, others argue that it is inaccurate, misleading and overlooks the bigger picture.
  That's what this book is about... the bigger picture... the whole point of having anxiety in the first place: to protect our self.
  So, first of all, let's take a closer look at anxiety, why we have it and how it works...

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Anxiety As Nature Intended

Calm Anxiety

Details
ASIN: B07RLRLQHB (Kindle)
ISBN: 978-1097302185 (Paperback)
Publisher: Help-For
Author: Terry Dixon
Pages: 64

Kindle: £2.25    Paperback: £3.95



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