Global Epidemic the Fear That Cripples
Mark Taylor, Mar 23, 2009 - 98 pages
With today's economy on the decline more than ever we need to know how to deal with stress andanxiety in a healthy manner. The government is reporting record unemployment figures. With themortgage debacle, and the job market shrinking many have lost jobs, is it any wonder hospitalemergency rooms are reporting a 420 percent increase in people seeking emergency room servicesfeeling they are having a heart attack to only learn that it is an anxiety attack? This is also the perfect book for the loved ones and friends of those that are suffering from a stress/anxiety disorder. An anxiety disorder leaves one feeling alone. If a loved one cannot understand what you are going through they can not aid you in your struggle. Anxiety attacks are difficult for many to understand. I have written this book in a fashion that anyone can understand and benefit from. I cover everything from diagnosis to coping methods, and medications, including natural medicines.
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