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How would you rate your anxiety?

If you suffer with anxiety and panic attacks right now then you may be surprised to learn how many others experience similar anxiety levels.


Often you may feel that you are the only one who feels the anxiety and panic – that no one else could possibly understand how you feel. My clients who used to have anxiety and panic attacks are often surprised when they mention it to others and find how widespread an issue it is.


One of the hardest parts with your anxiety and panic is that it seems like you are no longer in control of your mind and body. The sweating, tension, fear and other symptoms you have just kick in – and you probably just want to get away to somewhere you can wait for it to pass.


Take control of your mind


Because of the overwhelming nature of anxiety and panic, it’s hard to think of anything except the fear and how you feel. Consciously you may know there’s nothing to really feel scared about, but that doesn’t stop you losing control.


All that anxiety and panic stops you thinking straight.


Yet if you


Fed up with your phobia?

Have you had enough of your phobia placing limits on your life?


It’s estimated that around ten million people in the UK suffer with a phobia of some sort.


Whether you have a fear of flying, driving, injections or something different, you already know how it can suddenly overtake how you feel, making it seem like you are no longer in control of your own mind and body.


Most people I have helped used to do as much as they could to avoid the situations or things that triggered their anxiety and panic. You may be unable to do the simple things that others do so easily such as flying, driving, going to the dentist or having an injection.


Just knowing that your phobia is irrational, limiting and frustrating isn’t enough to stop all the worry, anxiety and other physical symptoms that automatically kick in. Your mind is hard wired to protect you (which is a good thing!) yet for whatever reason your mind has decided that these things are dangerous so you need to fight whatever it is or escape as quickly as you can.


Yet rather than let it limit you, it is possible to


Are you held prisoner by your panic attacks?

I work with many people who suffer with anxiety and panic attacks.


And if you suffer with anxiety and panic then you’ll know what a limiting effect they can have on your life as you try and avoid any situations which may cause them to strike.


You may have found that your panic attacks now control your life – you fear experiencing that level of fear again, especially in any situation where you feel out of control, you can’t get away quickly or where others may see you panic.


However bad things may seem for you right now, there are ways to start feeling better quickly. Here’s what two of my clients recently had to say after


Overcome Dental Phobia & Anxiety


Does the thought of going to the dentist fill you with fear and anxiety?


My dental hygienist was telling me last week about the number of people she was now referring on to me for help with their dental phobia.


Now if you suffer with dental phobia then you may get so anxious that you don’t even make it as far as the dentist’s chair – you anxiety levels are just too high to put yourself in that situation.


Or you may be able to get into the dentist’s chair but then find that you are so anxious you don’t open your mouth. You may get shaky, sweaty, panicky and start hyperventilating.


Some clients I have worked with have literally run out of the room in a state of anxiety and panic. Their dental phobia was just overwhelming.


In fact, some of my clients had let their dentist down so many times with cancellations and running from the room, that the dentist had told them only to come back when their dental phobia was fixed.


How to overcome your dental phobia and anxiety


If you suffer with dental phobia then you’ll know all about the worry and anxiety and how any mention of the trip to the dentist freaks you out. You may even


Are you sabotaging your weight loss dreams?


How often have you vowed to lose weight only to find yourself back in those old unhealthy ways of living?


Maybe you promised yourself that this time would be different – no matter what, you’d stick to your plan, shift that weight and keep it off for good.


Yet somewhere along the line, things start going back to those old ways – it may be a slow, almost unnoticeable slide, or life may throw something at you and you run back to food to help you deal with it.


Does this resonate? I’ve seen this happen time and time again and I really feel for you if all that effort has left you squeezing into your clothes with nothing but frustration.


Are you sick of your boom-bust cycle of dieting? Fed up with those moments of guilt after using food to make you feel better? Had enought of failing at weight loss?


Maybe you don’t even know how or why you end up sabotaging your weight loss. It’s all too common to find that the part of us that wants to eat that cake or crisps or cheese just seems so much stronger that the part of us that screams to look after your health.


But here’s the key thing:


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