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Dealing with Dental Phobia and Stereotypes

28th September 2011
Dental phobia, or dental anxiety, is the fear of receiving dental care or dentistry in general. The development of this phobia is usually due to post-traumatic stress disorder caused by a single or several traumatic dental experiences. As much as seventy ... Read >
Author: suzannesteven201

A revolutionary breakthrough research into chronic insomnia

14th June 2011
Medical home remedies not only offer chronic insomnia relief with out sleeping pills, additionally they relieve all the rest sleep disorders comprising narcolepsy, sleep apnea and sleep deprivation; teaching us how to sleep better in your bed. In fact ... Read >
Author: darrk3kvdi

Beta Blockers Regarding Nervousness - Yes Or No

14th April 2011
The diagnosis embraces a constellation of conditions. In generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), the individual worries constantly throughout the day about minor problems or possibilities and may experience physical symptoms. Other types include panic attacks... Read >
Author: mdearth123

How To Handle Social Anxiety Disorder - Quick Way To Treat Panic and anxiety Attack

14th January 2011
Should you listen to most doctors and the ones, you'll think that curing panic attacks and anxiety is easy, but it's not. Freak out are often allied with depression and that's less than easy to fix. It can also be difficult to diagnose on many occasions. ... Read >
Author: Ricky K Lim

Agoraphobia & Panic Attacks Treatment With Hypnosis & NLP

26th October 2010
Out of all the phobias, agoraphobia is truly one of the most crippling of all. This stems from an extreme fear of unfamiliar or potentially uncomfortable situations, and can grow to the point where a sufferer feels confined to their home. If you struggle ... Read >
Author: Alan B. Densky, CH

Breaking from Reality: Responding to acute psychotic episodes

07th July 2010
Felt on the verge of a nervous breakdown at some point in their life. However, the term is more popular than clinical, in that individuals who suffer from a breakdown may seek to avoid the negative stigmatization and stereotypes that are frequently associ... Read >
Author: peterth

Quercetin Reduces Pain, Anxiety, and Depression

25th May 2010
Corticotropin-releasing hormone/factor (CRH, also called CRF) is released by your hypothalamus gland to coordinate the production of adrenal hormones and your stress response. Chronic stress can lead to excess CRH production, in turn directly causing anxi... Read >
Author: Byron J. Richards

Anxiety Recovery Retreat

05th February 2010
We have all experienced stress or trauma of some kind, but when they lead to high anxiety or even panic and phobias, life can become very difficult indeed. This is the case for over 19 million people, in the UK alone, who suffer with an anxiety disorder. ... Read >
Author: jennigriffes

Treating Anxiety Naturally

08th January 2010
Anxiety is a normal human emotion that everyone experiences from time to time. However chronic anxiety is in imbalance that can greatly impact one's life in a negative way. Anxiety can take many forms, including panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disord... Read >
Author: Parker Pickett

The Aftermath of Sexual Abuse

18th November 2009
Sexual abuse is a major crime with long - term consequences. Sexual assault can be defined as any type of sexual behavior or contact that occurs without the consent of the recipient of unwanted sexual activity. Sexual activities such as forced sexual inte... Read >
Author: Steve

Charles Dickens – Accidents, Compensation and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

29th April 2009
On first impressions, you might not think there is a link between Victorian author Charles Dickens and compensation claims in the 21st century, but you would be wrong. In fact Charles Dickens experiences in a train crash nearly 150 years ago closely resem... Read >
Author: Neil Worrall - Camps Solicitors

Weight Loss In Women: When Should You Worry?

20th April 2009
Not many women would be worried if they lost a few pounds. As a matter of fact, most women would be thrilled to get on the scale today and find out that they've been losing weight-especially if they haven't done anything to promote such a change. But the ... Read >
Author: CornellDayne

Quick Theory and Treatment of Night Terrors

28th April 2008
Night terrors are a sleep disorder which is relatively common in children from the ages of six months to three years old, affecting roughly five percent of the population. It can potentially occur in people of any age, but is far less common at one percen... Read >
Author: Jarn

Road accidents claiming normality for families

20th August 2007
The impact of a road accident can be huge. Road accidents claim not only lives and health through whiplash injuries, spinal injuries, and host of other serious personal injuries, but also have a significant and sometimes devastating impact on the lives of... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer
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