Conquering Exam Anxiety Without Medication

Everyone's experienced anxiety. Anxiety is the physical and emotion response humans experience when we're in a distressing situation. Some anxiety is normal in certain situations; in fact, a little of it can keep us alert and on our toes, like on a first date or when driving in a heavy rainstorm.

In 2000, Ron Glassman, a health educator and behaviorist from Mountainside, NJ, began experimenting with drug-free ways to reduce anxiety during exams and other anxiety-producing situations. Ten years later, his work is getting recognition. He has been asked to speak at the likes of the US Food & Drug Administration, New Jersey Institute of Technology, New York - Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center and scores of other facilities around the nation. The technique he developed is called The Neuro Immersion Method TM.

The Neuro Immersion Method is drug-free and does not cause negative side-effects. Research over the past decade shows that 92% of people who use it for exam anxiety exper…

A Quick Way to Relief from Anxiety

Today I'm going to tell you about a little trick you can use to take the edge off your anxiety, it only takes minutes to do... When you are feeling anxious your mind usually thinks forward into the future and begins worrying about what *could* happen. What follows is a sequence of thoughts where you become over focused on the worst case scenario happening. It's this very thinking that causes a lot of anxiety, creating those feelings of dread, fear and nagging tension

To counter act this some therapists have their anxiety suffering patients work out the percentage chance of that worst case scenario happening, and then use logic to try and counter act anxiety. Trying to counter act emotion with logic isn't ideal. It's the reason why men (more logical thinkers) and women (more emotional thinkers) who are in close relationships often argue.

Instead of using logic, try and switch your focus and feed your brain alternative scenarios to work with. Your brain reacts to imagined…

Immediate Home Remedy to Reduce General Anxiety.

There is no quicker way to significantly reduce general anxiety than adopting good eating and drinking habits. One of the most easily implemented and effective additions to your diet is fresh water. Water is a great quencher of thirst but more importantly here -a great quencher of anxiety.

Nearly every function of the body is monitored and pegged to the efficient flow of water through our system. Water transports hormones, chemical messengers, and nutrients to vital organs of the body.

When we don't keep our bodies well hydrated, they may react with a variety of signals… some of which symptoms, such as anxiety, we would never think related to our poor drinking habits. Here is some interesting information about water

1. In 37% of Americans, the thirst mechanism is so weak that it is often mistaken for hunger.

2. Even MILD dehydration will slow down one's metabolism as much as 3%.

3. One glass of water shut down midnight hunger pangs for almost all of the dieters studied in a Univers…

Death ! Are you scared!!!!!!!!

People are born, people die, more people are born. Don't feel like you're being called out, and that you have to fear it. The honest truth is: everyone will die at some point, including you. But life will continue after you. Even though it may end for you, it won't end for the world around you.

Know that people won't forget you. Your energy will continue where you've been, and will never disappear. Even though people are constantly fading, the memories they leave behind aren't, and they are staying in the hearts of those they loved. Don't feel like as soon as you die, you'll disappear into oblivion, and that no one will ever notice you're gone.
Talk to someone. Find someone you trust, and tell them about your fear. Explain to them why you think you feel this way, and how long you've felt like this. Make sure it's someone you trust. It is recommended that you don't see a therapist if the phobia isn't extreme, as they tend to be expens…

Panic Attacks - Is it related to Chemical Imbalance

TIPS to cure Bipolar disorder.

People often have common questions about the basics of manic depression. These are some of the most commonly asked questions — and their answers — about manic depression (also known as bipolar disorder):
Is there a test to tell me if I have, or may inherit, bipolar disorder?
Currently, no test can tell a person if he is at risk of developing bipolar disorder. It is unlikely that a single gene will be discovered that is responsible for the illness in all people with bipolar disorder.
Can someone have a medical condition that appears to be bipolar disorder but actually is something else? Certain conditions mimic mood disorders, including bipolar disorder. Common ones are: thyroid conditions, neurological diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, brain tumors, stroke or epilepsy infections of the brain from conditions such as HIV infection, syphilis, sleep apnea and lyme disease deficiencies of certain vitamins, such as vitamin B12 corticosteroid use, especially in high doses medicine used to p…