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About Himanshu Dani

Himanshu Dani is an ex-anxiety sufferer and a blogger who finds peace in writing on anxiety and panic disorder. He likes to communicate with sufferers, soothe their nerves and make their lives better is some way.

How to deal with the dread that panic attack will strike any moment?

Do you fear a panic attack? 

People sometimes have the impression that their experience of anxiety is like being hooked up to an electroshock machine.  It just takes a flick of the anxiety switch to cause a flood leading to a full blown panic attack.

All that happens is they keep suffering and keep finding the causes of panic attacks. They are 100% sure that they have a big heart blockage or a growing brain tumor.

People in this situation often feel that they are lucky to make it through the day without that switch been flicked. They fear that it could happen at any moment day or night. They remain on high alert anticipating it. Anticipating the big one!

This is because of 3 Thinking Mistakes that Worsen Anxiety. Continue reading

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How being minimalist in words ease Anxiety and Panic?

YOU might have heard of minimalism.💡

It is a way of life where you stay healthy and happy with minimum resources, things, and possessions.

Language is a foundation of all understanding in this world. We communicate feelings, concepts, and ideas through language.

Can minimalism apply to the usage of language as well?

And how can it help us ease anxiety and panic?

Just imagine human existence and human affairs if verbal language didn’t exist.

So, in conclusion, language is perhaps the greatest invention humans have ever made and now it is as necessary as oxygen and water.

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A Guide to 6-Step Anxiety Thought Record Worksheet to Curb your Anxiety

Hello strugglers!

Today we are going to see how to use the CBT Anxiety thought record worksheet to manage your anxiety and panic effectively.

What are CBT worksheets?

CBT worksheets are a form of self-help techniques that have to be done by writing different things on the sheets which help to evaluate causes of your emotional stress and self-defeating behaviors which maintain anxiety in your life.

What is CBT?

CBT is a short form for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy which was developed by    Dr. Aaron Beck and his colleagues in the 50’s and 60’s. It aims to resolve mental problems by reducing emotional stress caused by person’s irrational thinking patterns.

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Overcoming Panic attacks: Are you getting miserable over other’s misery?

When it comes to overcoming panic you often say this world is a living hell that I’m bound to suffer in!           

You often complain- there is so much suffering in this so called “beautiful” world.

Once upon a time, you thought that this life is all about 
fun, pleasures, and happiness.

But, no sooner you realized that fun, pleasure, and 
happiness are not the only mental states in this world.

Until that happened you were unaware of the fact that you can also get overly miserable over other’s pains
and sufferings. You are not really sure if there is a way for overcoming panic you are facing every day.

You are not really sure if there is a way for overcoming panic you are facing every day.

The Truth about Panic prone individuals:

Panic prone individuals are very sensitive to negative
experiences. They get afraid to just sights of scary
objects or events.

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4 Clever Anxiety Hacks no one talks about

Anxiety Hacks can be easy to understand but when it comes to implementing them they may be tough. 

If you are an anxiety sufferer you very well know that not everything that you feel can be expressed.

That is the reason you need somewhat personalized and somewhat unconventional ways to deal with anxiety. You may take a look at 5 Ways to Avoid Debilitating Anxiety and Achieve Balance.

Over that, you will agree that it is impossible to convey these feelings to a non-sufferer. 

When the people surrounding you cannot understand how you feel naturally they don’t have any solutions to your problems.

It’s not their fault. It’s just that anxiety is a subjective thing.

In order to understand it, you need to feel it. It can’t be understood by mere reading about it.

During the course of time, I thought a lot about it and these are the 4 anxiety hacks that have made difference in my life. 

They can benefit you too!

Also see: A Guide to 6 Step Anxiety Thought Record Worksheet to Curb Your Anxiety

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