Tag Archives: Obsessive–compulsive disorder

OCD Symptoms: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Symptoms

Cure your anxiety and panic attacks in under 60 seconds! Suffer from anxiety or panic? Get free anxiety relief solutions here: http://beatinganxiety.org/advice In this short but informative video we will go over exactly what OCD symptoms people should be looking out for should they suspect that either they or a loved one might be suffering from obsessive compulsive personality disorder. Here is a full list of signs and obsessive compulsive disorder symptoms in both adults and children. This OCD symptoms checklist should help you to better identify […]

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Breathing Exercises and Other Techniques to Remain Calm

If you’re looking to improve your ability to stay calm and collected under pressure, then there are numerous different techniques you can use. One of the most potent is to learn to control your breathing, which can immediately help you to feel calmer and avoid being pushed over into the stress response. In this post, we’ll be looking at some breathing techniques you can employ to stay calm, as well as looking at some other techniques you can use. Equal Breathing   Equal breathing is a technique […]

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Feel More Secure and Confident with Essential Oils

Feelings of insecurity can plague any normal person.  The low self esteem that accompanies insecurity can lead to depression, social anxiety, and it can create a downward spiral of negative emotions that needs to be relieved.  Although insecurity is hard to control, you can help fight back with essential oils in aromatherapy.  Some people rely on relief by using drugs or unsafe chemicals with unknown side effects.  The powerful solution to depression and insecurity is a natural and safe way to combat the emotional ups and downs […]

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Understanding Anxiety and Anxiety Attacks

Anxiety is a normal, healthy feeling that is experienced by everyone. It is the body’s way of reacting to stimulus that pushes us to either “fight” or “flight” over a situation. However, when anxiety attacks are chronic, severe, and irrational, and begin to affect the health of a person (physically, psychologically and emotionally), it already becomes a problem that must be addressed immediately. There is a thick line between healthy and unhealthy anxiety attacks. Unfortunately, the demarcation line is almost ignored that normal anxiety crosses into the […]

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