Stress Management

Attacking Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety attacks can be enormously incapacitating. Stress and anxiety can make it difficult for you to perform your normal duties and to react logically to difficult situations. There are other types of problems associated with anxiety, which you will find hard to pull through. Anxiety disorder is in fact a sort of vicious circle. The more you try to come out of it, the more you become anxious about your anxiety. 

In such a situation, it is necessary that you tackle the root cause of anxiety and depression. The root cause is negative thoughts and feelings. Medication reduces the debilitating symptoms of anxiety attacks. Behavioral therapies help you to think positively and overcome negative feelings.

If you do not pay attention to the anxiety symptoms or try to suppress them, the resultant pent-up emotions can have serious psychological and physical manifestations. Attacking anxiety and depression is a two-pronged approach: anxiety medication and behavioral therapy.  

The medications may have several side effects and are expensive. They only provide temporary relief unless supported by behavioral therapies. When used alone, without behavioral therapy,  medication is not a complete solution. It has been proven that the best course of action for tackling anxiety and depression is a combination of anxiety drugs and behavioral therapies.

A very useful anxiety method is the Release Technique that attacks anxiety at its root and easily releases the debilitating feelings. It is a powerful system, which helps in bringing about a change in one’s thoughts. Release technique is simple yet efficient in attacking the problem of anxiety and depression. It is a systematic method, which has been successful in easing anxiety and stress. What is most important is that it allows you to control your life by controlling your thoughts. You will be calm and happy in life with this program.

There are other programs and methods, which are helpful in treating anxiety and depression. Examples of these methods are the Abundance Course, Lucinda Bassett's Attacking Anxiety and Depression Audio Tape series.