With generalized anxiety disorder, you have difficulty concentrating, lots of worrying (that sometimes makes no sense), fatigue, irritability, restlessness and trouble sleeping.
And then there's the physical part. With this disorder, you also have sweating, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, stomach problems, tension and headaches.
The bottom line here is that you're scared. And healthy anger is an antidote to fear.
When you heal the emotional wounds behind your fear and claim your righteous anger and sense of justice, you will stand up for yourself and you won't be scared any more.
Make up your mind right now to create a new normal for yourself.
Our approach here is non-medical, so we will look at the causes of generalized anxiety disorder in this way:
Soothe Your Anxiety
To learn more about generalized anxiety disorder from a medical perspective, read this article in the Medical Encyclopedia.
It's always helpful to know the causes of your anxiety symptoms, so that you don't just go around thinking "there's something wrong with me." Your emotions are there for a reason, and you can find that out and heal them.
Watch this video, and you'll see what I mean:
So, here is how we will look at treatment of generalized anxiety disorder:
Follow the above links, do the exercises recommended, and you just might be able to heal your own generalized anxiety disorder. And remember, you are your own best anger management resource. To discover and access more of that internal resource for healing, get your copy of this powerful program below, Nurturing Your Inner Child.
NURTURING YOUR INNER CHILD
This CD/audio download program will show you how to love and accept yourself at a deep level. In a gentle and transformative process, Dr. DeFoore will guide you on an emotional healing journey to resolve the issues behind your anger and/or anxiety. Connect with the joy and goodness of your true, original self.
To listen to these previews, click the links below. When you're through, just close that window to return to this page.
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