(PRWEB) August 17, 2009
The ultimate "Self Help Book for Anxiety" has just released to the general public. This report is designed to be a comprehensive guide for anyone who is suffering from, or believes they might be suffering from any type of anxiety disorder. These disorders include: panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, social anxiety disorder, phobias and general anxiety disorder. This report also provides information on associated disorders such as depression, sleep disorders and substance abuse.
These disorders affect approximately 20% of the world's population and for some, with the worst symptoms, can be a barrier against leading a normal life. Yet, treatment does exist and is available for anyone who reaches out. This report is intended to help anyone suffering from any type of anxiety disorder understand what is happening with them, understand their treatment options and make the right decisions needed to effectively treat their anxiety disorder.
Within this report, causes of these disorders are discussed and there is a symptom checklist available for use, although a formal diagnosis with a medical provider is encouraged. Therapies are also discussed. These include traditional therapies, such as prescription medication, but also include a frank discussion of alternative therapies, such as dietary changes, exercise and the use of medicinal herbs.
Initial consumer reaction is highly positive. One such customer (Kelly) wrote the following to us: "I was so worried about how I felt during the day. I felt scared to do anything and was too scared to pick up the phone and call my doctor. After reading through this book, I realize I'm not alone and I finally built up the courage to call my doctor. When I went into the office, I was able to ask good questions and really talk about all the options available to me. It's been two months since my first visit. I'm on medication and have tried several alternative therapies and I feel SO much better. This report changed my life."
Because of the initial positive feedback received, all subscribers will also receive a free weekly email aimed at helping anxiety sufferers alleviate their symptoms.
For more information or to receive the free report, please visit our website at: http://www.easingyouranxiety.com
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