There are three titles in this book about anxiety, namely:
Book 1: What happens in our brain when we get anxious? Do physical changes appear? And what impact does that have on our health and relationships?
In this compact guide, we will explore the causes and consequences of anxiety, the ways to stop yourself from panicking too easily, or get stressed out too much. We will discuss strategies that have worked for others and that can work for you as well. Everybody gets anxious every once in a while. It’s okay if it is controlled, but if you are constantly stressed or upset, there is something wrong. That’s the time understanding anxiety can help.
Book 2: What can be done to prevent or reduce anxiety? Why is it that we get into panic mode so easily in our society today?
These are some of the questions that will be addressed. Other topics include the inner critic that makes you discouraged, what factors contribute to our stress levels, and the unusual consequences of anxiety you may not have thought of. This guide can be an eye-opener if you let it. It can help you become more aware of what is going on in your mind, thus removing some of the stress factors that are destroying physical and mental health.
Book 3: This book gives a different spin to the topic of anxiety. It covers several aspects of managing stress levels and coping with negative outside influences in your life. However, it ends with a serious challenge to eliminate all anxiety triggers from your life to your greatest ability.
This makes the book a special gem, an actionable inspirational source from which you can draw the energy to do something about the situations that cause you anxiety in your life. For those situations that are out of your control, a healthier reaction is encouraged. Many outward circumstances can be met without panic, with a calm feeling of self-confidence and reassurance.