The Complete Idiot's Guide to Controlling Anxiety

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Controlling Anxiety

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Penguin Putnam
Each year, about one-third of Americans have at least one panic attack, making anxiety disorders among the most common emotional problems. They affect approximately 19 million Americans— more than those suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or alcohol abuse. This indispensable guide separates fact from fiction to empower people to regain control over their minds—and their lives.
• Shows the differences between normal anxieties and extreme reactions
• Reveals methods of recognizing anxiety triggers and boosters
• Offers calming techniques


Random House, Inc.
Gives readers the tools to soothe their nerves.

Each year, about one-third of Americans have at least one panic attack, making anxiety disorders among the most common emotional problems. They affect approximately 19 million Americans more than those suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or alcohol abuse. This indispensable guide separates fact from fiction to empower people to regain control over their mindsand their lives.
Shows the differences between normal anxieties and extreme reactions
Reveals methods of recognizing anxiety triggers and boosters
Offers calming techniques

Dorling Kindersley Pub
Gives readers the tools to soothe their nerves.

Each year, about one-third of Americans have at least one panic attack, making anxiety disorders among the most common emotional problems. They affect approximately 19 million Americans more than those suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or alcohol abuse. This indispensable guide separates fact from fiction to empower people to regain control over their mindsand their lives.
Shows the differences between normal anxieties and extreme reactions
Reveals methods of recognizing anxiety triggers and boosters
Offers calming techniques


DK Publishing
Gives readers the tools to soothe their nerves.

Each year, about one-third of Americans have at least one panic attack, making anxiety disorders among the most common emotional problems. They affect approximately 19 million Americans? more than those suffering from depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, or alcohol abuse. This indispensable guide separates fact from fiction to empower people to regain control over their minds?and their lives.
? Shows the differences between normal anxieties and extreme reactions
? Reveals methods of recognizing anxiety triggers and boosters
? Offers calming techniques


Publisher: Indianapolis, IN : Alpha Books, c2006
ISBN: 9781592575251
1592575250
Characteristics: xxiv, 304 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Alternative Title: Controlling anxiety

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