Anxiety Newsletter – New This Week – W39

Just No Anxiety Newsletter – Week 39   This week we have interesting info: Your child can show symptoms of anxiety – learn to identify them. Also explaining the fear of open spaces, social anxiety is very different from shyness, the pros and cons of natural and new age treatments for stress and anxiety, dealing with depression and anxiety at the time, nicotine is bad for lungs, but can be good for the aging brain, and more.   dairyland insurance pay online

Anxiety Newsletter – New This Week 2016-W36

Just No Anxiety Newsletter Week 36-2016   This week we have interesting info: Depression affects the mood, but did you know that there are physical symptoms of depression? Also anxiety and stress related to cognitive decline, elusive symptoms of anxiety, foods that will help reducing anxiety, how to deliver on a high-pressure situation, and more.  

Prevention is the key to avoid a heart attack – Today’s Tip

Just No Anxiety Daily Tip Today we have a useful advice on Anxiety. Check today’s tip.   Prevention is the key to avoid a heart attack In end-of-year holidays we usually indulge ourselves with good food, and many promise to have a healthy lifestyle. However, there are other things that will prevent a heart attack or a stroke. The usual ones are less belly fat, more exercise, and get optimistic. But there are others very interesting. More here.   Stay updated …

What is sleep paralysis- Today’s Tip

Just No Anxiety Daily Tip Today we have a useful advice on Anxiety. Check today’s tip.   What is sleep paralysis? Check the symptoms Sleep paralysis literally freezes a person in bed, now allowing to wake up. There re cases in which there are hallucinations of other presence in the room, suffocation, or illusions such as floating. This is more common than you think. How can it be avoided? More here.   Stay updated with our Just No Anxiety Weekly Newsletter and …

Anxiety Newsletter – New This Week 2016-W35

Just No Anxiety Newsletter Week 35-2016   This week we have interesting info: Did you know there are many types of anxiety? Also, avoid certain phrases when talking with a person with anxiety, dissatisfaction in jobs when having 20s could affect health when getting older, don’t get anxious when planning for the future and more.  

Anxiety Newsletter – New This Week 2016-W34

Just No Anxiety Newsletter Week 34-2016   This week we have interesting info: How To Distinguish Normal Anxiety From Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Also, effect of stress on the skin, getting rid of irrational thoughts related to anxiety, dealing with road rage on heavy traffic, how the body reacts negatively to chronic stress, helping your kid to get rid of dentist anxiety, sleep paralysis and how to deal with it, excessive sweating and how it can be treated, and more.  

Anxiety Newsletter – New This Week 2016-W26

Just No Anxiety Newsletter  Check This Week’s Preview on Anxiety Just ONE PENNY for a two-week trial subscription – includes our bonus e-book. Click Here.   These Smartphone Apps Can Help With Stress And Depression. There are apps and software to help monitor and treat anxiety. For example, Pacifica can track your mood and your health, and also has a relaxation technique. Another app will help control OCD via exercises. Check all the apps.   These Breathing Techniques Can Help You …

Anxiety Newsletter – New This Week 2016-W25

Just No Anxiety Newsletter  Check This Week’s Preview on Anxiety Just ONE PENNY for a two-week trial subscription – includes our bonus e-book. Click Here.   Misunderstood Facts On Anxiety. Anxiety is often misunderstood by people who don’t suffer it or that don’t know people suffering from it. There are little known facts about it. For example, it is very common, making it the most common illness in the US. Also, even extroverts can suffer from it, and the symptoms are …

Anxiety Newsletter – New This Week 2016-W24

Just No Anxiety Newsletter  Check This Week’s Preview on Anxiety Just ONE PENNY for a two-week trial subscription – includes our bonus e-book. Click Here.   Anxiety Is Two Times More Frequent In Women Than Men. Anxiety is a global problem, but it has been rarely researched. A current study has shown that in the US, 4 in 100 have anxiety, but in the case of women, it is 8 in 100, but it is 3 in 100 in East Asia.. …