Monthly Archives: April 2016

Phobias and the power of the mind

If you suffer from a phobia it is very easy to get wrapped up in the moment and fail to understand what has brought on your phobia or what has made a difficult situation sometimes intolerable. When you are in the middle of a severe phobia attack, or anxiety takes over, your mind can play…
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The Charles Linden Method – Part 1

It’s been almost 2 weeks now since I purchased the Charles Linden Method to help me recover from my remaining anxiety and agoraphobia issues. I decided to take the plunge and pay for the program (just over £100) because it has had very high profile, positive feedback, even from a couple of well known celebrities…
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Do phobia treatments actually work?

If you search the Internet you will see literally thousands upon thousands of different treatments marketed as a way in which to control and hopefully reduce phobia/anxiety attacks. Once you strip out the bizarre and potentially misleading treatments you are still left with a lot of opportunities to reduce your phobia attacks and anxiety. However,…
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Is teeth grinding a sign of social phobias?

A report published in the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation cast a very interesting light on social phobias and their impact upon different elements of your life. It seems that there is a direct link between teeth grinding and social phobias which was addressed in the research programme recently published in the above journal. So, what…
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