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3 Tips To Cope With Anxiety

 3.6 % of the global population suffer from an anxiety disorder. However, it is a very treatable condition. Here are 3 of the most effective strategies to help you to reduce your anxiety. 1. Change Your Thoughts How we feel is determined by how we think. So, the anxiety that you feel is being generated by the way you are thinking about things. The first type of thought that creates anxiety is one in which we overestimated the chances of something bad happening, this could be (us) doing something […]...

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Why Is Belle Dingle Hearing Voices?

In recent weeks Emmerdale’s Belle Dingle has seen a return of the distressing voices that we first saw her experiencing back in 2014. But what causes someone to hear voices in the first place? In this blog I explain what is meant by voice hearing and what you can do if it affects you or someone you know. Our thoughts aren’t always in our control Everyone has an internal voice. Put simply, these are all the thoughts that go through your head every single day! Sometimes we’re in control of […]...

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Emetophobia – How Can Therapy Help?

In a recent article from BBC News we learnt of a young woman’s fear of vomiting, also known as Emetophobia which affects thousands of people in the UK.  Emetophobes have a fear of vomiting, seeing others being sick, feeling nauseous or seeing vomitus – the phobia is often characterised by avoidance behaviours for example the sufferer may restrict their diet or avoid going out in public. There is limited research on Emetophobia although studies are growing on this particular fear.  Some research suggests a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approach can […]...

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Account Of a Panic Attack Victim

Every day since my first panic attack I face the same dread of having the next one. Will it be in public?, will it start to affect my working life?, will it ever stop?, can i really get the energy together to face the day. In addition to this I spend my life over worrying and over thinking about the most insignificant things. I find myself judging everything I do and panicking that it’s not good enough. I have always been a worrier spending weeks worrying about whether I have […]...

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