In this week’s podcast we’re responding to the question: How does one who has anxiety issues and has problems leaving their home learn how to handle the anxiety enough so they stop isolating from it?
In this week's podcast we're responding to the following question: "How do you do breathing exercises when you hyperventilate when anxious?"
In this week's podcast we're talking about the simple and surprising effectiveness of EFT for catching and clearing those painful moments where our anxious thoughts float to the surface and cause us pain.
Notes and resources for this podcast can be found at: http://www.anxietyslayer.com/journal/eft-tapping-for-painful-emotions.html
In this week's podcast we're responding to the following message from our inbox: "I would like to know if you have any suggestions for not being a mean person when you’re anxious. I feel like everything and everyone is against me when I feel anxious. When I finally calm down and think back on things I always feel like I need to apologize for my behavior. I don’t want to leave a trail of broken hearts whenever I have anxiety. Can you help?
In this week's podcast we're responding to the following question: "My husband has been getting very anxious before big business meetings lately, to the point where he’s been getting stomach aches and a racing heart beat. Now he’s starting to worry about the anxiety, which causes more anxiety (as we all know). Do you have any prevention strategies that I can share with him?"
In this week's podcast we're responding to a message we received about health anxiety:
I find concerns about health are a big trigger for my anxiety. In fact, I often wonder if it is the other way round i.e. that in me, anxiety caused by stress, work and life in general, manifests as anxiety about health.
In this week's podcast we're talking about why your mind gets scared of anxiety and how to change your thinking to help you feel more calm and in control when you're suffering from anxiety attacks.
In this week's podcast we're responding to the following question: "I have tried breathing techniques off and on now for over a year. Sad to say, I don’t have the ability to slow my breathing down. However I know it must be possible because my breathing gets very shallow when I’m sleeping. I am always a tense person. What can I do?"