Anxiety and Stress Help Ebook Diana Walker

Anxiety and Stress Help Ebook Diana Walker

Anxiety Natural Remedies

Dealing with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) can be difficult as you may not understand why you are feeling anxious or worried all the time. You often have a feeling of apprehension and find that you are over concerned with daily things that shouldn’t bother you at all. This could be to do with money, a family member, trouble at work or your general health. You may actually wake up each morning fearful of what the day ahead might bring.

An anxiety attack is classified as an uncontrollable reaction to a situation. This can happen when you are asked to do something that you are not comfortable with. Like talking in front of a group of people or having to take an elevator. These experiences of panic can affect all areas of your life, including relationships, your happiness and your peace of mind.

Knowing how to handle an anxiety or panic attack will allow you to feel better much faster.

It will take time to learn how to control your feelings but it can be accomplished. A panic attack usually takes about 10 minutes to reach its peak and subsides within a half hour. During this time you will be experiencing the above symptoms and will be feeling extremely anxious.

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Contents of Diana Walker’s Ebook “Dealing With Anxiety Attacks”

What is Anxiety? Page 3

How to Manage Anxiety and Panic Attacks Page 4

What Triggers a Panic Attack? Page 6

Self Help Advice for Panic Attacks Page 7

Your Child and Anxiety Attacks Page 8

Anxiety Attacks and Teens Page 10

Support Groups Page 12

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Anxiety and Stress

Stress is well known to be a major cause of panic attacks. If you know a certain situation or even a certain person that makes you feel stressed out, attempt to stay away from them. Avoid unnecessary stressful situations if at all possible.

Therefore, if you are having an anxiety attack you may be showing any of the following symptoms:

• Increased heart rate
• Feeling panicked
• Uncontrollable shaking
• Feeling hot
• Feeling faint or dizzy
• Experiencing nausea
• Having stomach cramps

There are many more symptoms but these are the most common ones.

Deep Breathing

You must try to tell yourself to relax. It is difficult especially when you feel so out of control but it is vital not to allow yourself to get so caught up in your feelings. Performing deep breathing exercises will help you stay calm. Try focusing on your heartbeat and breathe deeply and slowly until you feel your heart rate slowing down. Concentrating on your breathing technique keeps your mind diverted from your feelings of panic. Practice deep breathing techniques frequently. So when an anxiety attack does occur you are better prepared to handle it.


One of the best things you can do to cope with an anxiety attack is to exercise more often. Exercise has been proven to be a great stress reliever for the body and mind. Attempt to get in 30 minutes of exercise at least 3 times a week. You will be feeling less stressed and this can help stop a panic attack before it even starts.

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Anxiety — Natural Ways To Calm Everyday Anxiety

Anxiety is something many of us deal with on a daily basis. However, there are individuals who are incapacitated with constant thoughts of anxiety; so much that the daily activities of life are impacted. These people cannot find peace of mind, and need to actively try and get their anxiety controlled.

While medication is available to help with anxiety, it should not be the first line of treatment you seek out, as they come with lots of adverse effects and cause the user to build up a dependence.

The better option is to seek out natural ways to calm the anxiety- those without lingering negative effects and which are likely to help you cope better in the long run.


Meditation should be the core of a natural strategy to manage anxiety, since it helps ground your irrational fears. While we all have apprehension of the future, meditation helps us to take each moment at a time.

The goal of meditation is not to block out negative emotions, but help us learn to not linger on them. Get started first thing tomorrow morning- just sit peacefully for 5 minutes at the beginning of your day, let thoughts enter your mind freely, but do not let them linger. The end goal is to have control over your thoughts and not letting them negatively ruin your day.

Sleep Enough At Night

Lack of sleep causes your brain to go haywire- playing all sorts of tricks on you and decreasing your emotional tolerance as a whole. You may find that following even just one night of sleep loss your performance will decrease, and you will be prone to anger and agitation. Strive for a minimum of 7 hours nightly to keep your brain chemistry on point.


You can exercise, which is one of the best medicines we have at our disposal, as there are few things that are comparable to the range of health benefits it offers. Similar to Sleep, Exercise helps to naturally manage anxiety and depression, by increasing levels of feel good and stress busting chemicals known as endorphins.

Anxiety can be partially worsened by high levels of adrenalin, and even though exercise does temporarily increase these levels, the endorphins temper its effects and leave your mood on a high for hours afterwards.


People in colder climates have been observed to develop a condition known as SAD (seasonal affective disorder), which comes on during the winter months when sun exposure is limited.

Symptoms of SAD include depression, irritability and increased anxiety, all of which resolve upon exposure to sunlight. If you do live in such a climate, and are unable to get exposure to the sun when winter comes, artificial light therapy also helps improve symptoms.

Consume More Omega-3 Fats

Omega-3 fatty acids are strong anti-oxidants, and may help to stem the cause of your anxiety. Typically, the two hormones that are elevated are cortisol and adrenalin, both of which respond negatively to the influence of oxidation.

Omega-3 fats combat excessive oxidation and are anti-inflammatory, helping boost production of serotonin and dopamine, and helping keep your anxiety response normal.

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Diana Walker, CEO, Diana’s Healthy Lifestyles
Sunrider Leader


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