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Cervical spine problems and anxiety – there are correlations

Cervical spine problems and anxiety – there are correlations That cervical spine problems can lead to anxiety disorders in the long term is now clearly medically proven. Which measures help immediately and what you should better avoid, that’s what this blog article from the Institute for Modern Psychotherapy in Berlin is about. Why you should never underestimate neck pain As…

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High blood pressure and anxiety: how are they related?

High blood pressure and anxiety: how are they related? Underestimating the influence of the psyche in high blood pressure is a common mistake. Anyone who takes antihypertensives even though everything is physically fine and it is actually only an anxiety disorder that is responsible for the high values often risks further problems. This is because antihypertensives can cause a number…

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How to overcome Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)

The good news first. You are not helpless in the face of social anxiety. For a good 5 years now, there has been a therapy with which it is possible to reduce social anxiety more and more, even without confrontation and without medication. What that is and what people with social anxiety disorder can do so that the first successes…

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Get rid of panic attacks quickly and permanently

Even if many sufferers can hardly imagine this in their distress: They are not helplessly at the mercy of panic attacks. For the past 5 years, there has been a therapy that has shown above-average success in treating panic attacks. This blog article from the Institute for Modern Psychotherapy in Berlin deals with the therapy and what anxiety patients should…

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Treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) better

Even if many sufferers can hardly imagine this in their distress: They are not helplessly at the mercy of panic attacks. For the past 5 years, there has been a therapy that has shown above-average success in treating panic attacks. This blog article from the Institute for Modern Psychotherapy in Berlin deals with the therapy and what anxiety patients should…

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Hypochondria: How to overcome fears of illness

In hypochondriacal disorder, sufferers are often convinced that they are suffering from a serious illness that just hasn’t been discovered yet, such as a brain tumor. The more pronounced the fear of illness, the more often it happens that hypochondriacs constantly visit new doctors. The driving force behind this is the hope that someone will finally discover the disease that…

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Emetophobia: New therapy brings hope to sufferers

For about 5 years now, there has been a method with which emetophobics can literally unlearn the fear of vomiting. We are aware that most sufferers react extremely skeptically to such a statement. After all, many have been fighting their disease for years, yet true freedom from fear seems a long way off. We also know how much emetophobics suffer…

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Agoraphobia and Panic Attacks: These Therapies help

While agoraphobia without panic attacks is often still treated without the use of psychotropic drugs, antidepressants and/or strong tranquilizers are often used for agoraphobia with panic attacks. However, drug treatment of anxiety disorders is not without risks. Because such pharmacotherapy can be both addictive and lead to severe side effects. Fortunately, a new form of therapy has been available for…

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Effexor XR (Venlafaxine) – what you should know about it

You have been prescribed EFFEXOR XR and are unsure what to make of this drug. Your concern is not unfounded, because this antidepressant does have dangerous downsides. Depending on whether you’ve been prescribed the drug for depression or anxiety disorder, there are a few things you should definitely be aware of:

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