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Understanding Claustrophobia Signs and Causes

20th August 2009
Claustrophobia is an extreme fear which is induced by not having an easy escape route. This phobia is often results in severe panic attacks. Some objects can also set off these panic attacks in individuals. While this is easily recognized, most suffers ar... Read >
Author: Terry Johnson

What is Carcinophobia and How to Treat It?

19th August 2009
There are a lot of people in this world who suffer from some types of phobia. A phobia is an irrational fear of an object, place or situation. One of the most common phobias is the fear of cancer. People who suffer from carcinophobia experience an unnatur... Read >
Author: Terry Johnson

The Linden Method Review - Unique Method by Charles Linden?

11th August 2009
The Linden Method was designed by Charles Linden, an ex-sufferer of serious anxiety along with panic attacks for numerous years. Many top journals and magazines have published his work on panic attacks treatment. You might or might not have come across... Read >
Author: Paddy Aten

Hip Degenerative Joint Disease: should you do physical therapy for hip degenerative joint disease?

04th August 2009
There are many different types of therapists who could be called physical therapists, including physiotherapists, chiropractors, osteopaths, masseurs and some areas of occupational therapy. They all work to try and affect the joints, muscles, tendons and ... Read >
Author: Sophie Hardy

Public Speaking and How to Prevent Panic Attacks - Permanently

03rd August 2009
Were you to ask what people dreaded most, I would suggest that public speaking may appear at, or near, the top of thier list.The vast majority of people simply dread the possibility of ever having to speak in public, even at something as simple as a famil... Read >
Author: JOHN PATTERSON

5 Steps To Stop Pulling Out Eyelashes Pulling Eyelashes Cure

16th July 2009
Pulling out eyelashes is a form of Trichotillomania. This disorder sees the sufferer compulsively hair pulling or plucking hair from the body and head. The urge for pulling eyelashes or any bodily hair can begin at any time and is normally a symptom of an... Read >
Author: Roz Thomas

Tubal Ligation - What Women Should Know about PTLS

09th July 2009
If you are considering having tubal ligation surgery, you need to learn more about Post Tubal Ligation Syndrome (ptls). While we don't really know what percentage of women suffer from this problem, figures available online vary from 2% all the way up to 3... Read >
Author: Sandra Wilson

the Linden Method explained

22nd June 2009
Here is my assessment of the linden method. Before I offer you my review, I would like to start by saying that I have hands on knowledge about panic attacks and general anxiety disorder as my wife has suffered from them for many months now. If it wasn't f... Read >
Author: peter beardsley

Straight Talk Stress And Anxiety. What Does It Do To Our Body’s And What Can Be Done About It.

27th April 2009
The emotional response to things in our environment that cause stress and anxiety can be as wide ranging as the number of people you talk to about the subject. Though the response our bodies give to theses environmental irritants is the same. Our adre... Read >
Author: Robert Read

How Long do Hemorrhoids Usually Last?

27th April 2009
A very commonly asked question from people who suffer from hemorrhoids is, how long do hemorrhoids last? The answer actually varies for each individual and on the condition of that person. You can give your hemorrhoid a couple of days to heal if it's not ... Read >
Author: Hannah

400,000 Compensation Claim for Cut Finger Case Reveals Effect of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

09th April 2009
Newspapers and websites have been heavily publicizing the case of a mechanic who received £400,000 after injuring his hand on a knife left in a police vehicle. The man, Alexander Darg, developed Complex Regional Pain Syndrome in the seven yea... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

Secret Squalor- How To Spot A Hoarder And What To Do About It.

01st April 2009
My first hoarding client was a startling experience. When I arrived at her home, the door was slightly ajar. I tapped, called out and stepped inside. The stifling air and the bad smell hit me first. Thick dust covered everything. Papers were stacked every... Read >
Author: Marilyn Ellis

Stop Sweaty Palms - Why You Have Sweaty Hands and Get Rid of Them For Good

25th March 2009
About 1 percent or 3 million people of the entire American population has sweaty palms. So now you know, you and I are not the only long suffering beneficiary of this unfortunate condition. Sweaty palms originate from an overactive sympathetic nervous sys... Read >
Author: Joey Lee

Symptoms of Kidney Stones - When Symptoms Are Too Late to Tell

17th January 2009
Kidney stones form due to some excess substances we get from our diet. Unfortunately, we will get to know about the symptoms of kidney stones only if we are already affected. It can be very alarming though since it can affect anyone, even infants.Symptoms... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

Acid Reflux Nausea - Makes the Unbearable even More Unbearable

06th January 2009
Suffering from acid reflux or heartburn is already unbearable. What more if they are combined and literally call them acid reflux nausea or heartburn nausea? It would be excruciating. As the name implies, acid reflux nausea or heartburn nausea is one t... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson
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