ABOUT THE BOOK
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ABOUT THE BOOK Most students are familiar with that sense of rising panic when, close to a deadline for a paper or the date of an exam, they realize that they know almost nothing about the subject at hand. Some students can take this situation in their stride, and some fall to pieces, getting lost amid the maze of books and tangling themselves…
Surviving in today's world is not a piece of cake. Stress has become a daily part of our lives, and even teenagers and young adults seem to feel the pressure of living in today's competitive world. Constant, overburdening stress is the root cause of anxiety and panic attacks, which have become increasingly common.
Anxiety and panic attacks affect our long-term health in a very negative way. Coping with and managing these conditions is not easy, but it is necessary to ensure a long and healthy life. By adopting the right measures, you can resolve this health condition before it gets worse.
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Coping with and managing anxiety and panic attacks is difficult but not impossible, and both of these conditions are treatable. The most important thing to keep in mind is that our bodies are ruled by our minds; if we can control our minds, our bodies will also function in their normal manner, and the panic attacks will cease. The following habits help many regain control.
1. Challenging negative thoughts is the foremost step to control anxiety. It is not easy to rehash each and every negative thought, but over a period of time, you will definitely get better at this. Remind yourself that becoming paralyzed with fear and anxiety is not helping you or your body. Calm your mind every time you come across a negative thought. If it helps, jot down the pros and cons of every negative thought that crosses your mind. You’ll gain perspective, which will help you move beyond your worries...
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