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Anxiety at the Car Wash by Susan C. Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 3:03pm …Let me tell you it’s always cool And the boss don’t mind sometimes if you act the fool At the car wash Whoa whoa whoa whoa Talkin’ about the car wash, girl Come on, ya’all and sing it for me… – Rose Royce, Car Wash Last night I got my car washed at the place by my grocery store. It had [...] Read on »
anxiety/stress after a car accident by mammy21 Posted Fri 01 Feb 2013 1:20pm i was involved in a car accident where my car was wrote off, my child was in the car with me. since then life feels like i am walking in a daze. i dont want to do anything, i am just staying in all the time unless i have to go out if someone even remotely annoyes me i feel like i am going to explode, i can feel the anger welling up insid ... Read on »
Can a bad car crash that I was in cause panic/anxiety disorder? by David M. Patient Expert Posted Sun 18 Apr 2010 11:12pm I’ve always had bad panic attacks sometimes, but I got in a pretty bad car wreck last week and they’ve gotten worse and more frequent. My hands are shaky, my breathing is heavy, and I can feel my heart pounding. Then I start feeling dizzy, worried, etc…Is this just panic caused by my wreck? And if so, how long will it last this bad? Could it be ... Read on »
Staving off the anxiety, bit by bit by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Tue 06 Apr 2010 12:00am My car is emitting a strange noise when I start it up… and later when I turn the steering wheel. I’m a bit short on cash, right now, so the thought of paying my mechanic yet more money makes me extremely nervous. Solution for 1:45 a.m. Google it. Power steering whine is not uncommon. And the noise seems to happens only when I’m turning the ... Read on »
SEPARATION ANXIETY, PT. 3 by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 21 Nov 2010 12:00am The rush to get everything in order for Thanksgiving will be keeping most of you busy this week.  Helpful Buckeye will streamline this week's issue of Questions On Dogs and Cats just a bit so that our readers can enjoy this issue as well as spend some time preparing for the holiday. Several of you e-mailed Helpful Buckeye this past wee ... Read on »
Anxiety by Mr Mans Wife .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:55am Apologies for no recent updates. It seems I spoke too soon and I am still struggling with my recent bout of exhaustion. I’ve also been very busy helping Mr Man with various projects that he is involved in at the moment. As usual I am completely baffled by Mr Mans symptoms and how they are presenting. One of the most difficult things abou ... Read on »
The Types of Anxiety by Bill .. Posted Sun 21 Aug 2011 9:47pm Feeling anxious from time to time is a natural part of our lives. However, feeling anxious constantly or letting that anxiety get in the way of living a normal life is not natural. If you feel you may have more anxiety or your anxiety is more intense than is proper, you may have an anxiety ... Read on »
SEPARATION ANXIETY, BOARDING KENNELS, AND GOLDEN RULES.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 07 Nov 2010 12:00am Jimmy, from Denver, sent an e-mail asking about the lead photo in last week's issue of Questions On Dogs and Cats. Helpful Buckeye took that shot on the road to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. The aspens have been in their gold splendor this fall, not only at the Grand Canyon but also right here in the Flagstaff area. More samples of golden a ... Read on »
ANxIetY… A Primer by Kate McLaughlin. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 16 Jun 2010 7:00am What is anxiety? Anxiety is actually a normal protective response, alerting you to danger. Imagine coming home and finding your front door wide open when you know you locked it earlier. Your heart races. Your palms sweat. Your mind goes into overdrive. In this situation, anxiety provides an extra spark to help you get out of danger. ... Read on »
The "doing" and "non-doing" of anxiety and depression by Marty Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:29pm The treatment of depression and anxiety conditions comes in two forms, it seems to me: the management of the symptoms in order to avoid overwhelm, which inevitably means more or less skillful manipulation of experience--the "doing" of treatment; and the endeavor to find acceptance and a mere knowing of the experience--the "non-doing" of treatment ... Read on »