When Panic Attacks: A new drug-free therapy to beat chronic shyness, anxiety and phobias

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Ebury Publishing, 13 de abr de 2010 - 464 páginas
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'I just know this plane is going to run into turbulence and crash!'
'My mind will go blank when I give my presentation at work and everyone will think I'm an idiot.'
'Why am I so shy and insecure? I'm such a loser!'

We all know what it's like to feel anxious, worried or panicky. If any of these thoughts sound familiar, you can change the way you feel. When Panic Attacks will give you the ammunition to quickly defeat any kind of anxiety, including chronic worrying, shyness, public speaking anxiety, test anxiety and phobias without lengthy therapy or prescription drugs.

Bestselling author and behavioural psychiatrist Dr David Burns will teach you 40 powerful new anti-anxiety techniques and show you how to select methods that will work for you. The goal is not just feeling a bit better, but complete recovery. All you need is a little courage and the techniques in this book.

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When I read this book I was able to get my panic attacks under control. Here is what works for me: cognitive therapy (this book teaches how this works, basically it means changing how you think), quitting coffee, running/aerobic exercise, yoga and, when needed, xanax or valarian. Ler resenha completa

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Sobre o autor (2010)

Dr David Burns is the author of five books including the bestselling Feeling Good and Feeling Good Together. He is an Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Stanford University School of Medicine and has served as Visiting Scholar at Harvard Medical School. In February 2008 Dr Burns and Feeling Good were featured on the BBC's Imagine series (first episode).

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