by Mary Rose Smith Anxiety with a capital ‘A’ entered my life when I was 16 years old. I had to read an essay to the class and I got a panic attack. Everyone noticed. Everyone stared. Then no-one said anything to me about it at all. Not the teacher. Not the other students. Inside […]
No Panic was in the Shropshire Star on Thursday 17th August 2017. You can have a read of the story on the No Panic’s Self Helper by clicking the picture below.
Getting started with recovering from anxiety can feel like the biggest hurdle. The big question for lots of people is where do I start? The answer to that really depends on how you want to start. Whether you want to contact someone directly and how you feel most comfortable doing that. Or whether you want […]
In No Panic’s updated article on Health Anxiety it spoke about setting up a list of resources that you can turn to to reassure you about your symptoms and turning to that list before anything else. In aid of this No Panic has written this list to get you a starting point. “When I’m worried […]
No Panic will be holding a tester for a local support group on Tuesday 1st August at it’s Head Office Jubilee House in Madeley, Telford at 1pm. Please come along especially if you would be interested in seeing this continue as a more permanent event.
Health Anxiety is the fear that a symptom can be of a serious disease when it is not. Most often this occurs with the symptoms of a current anxiety condition. Commonly this will be a fear of a drastic but related illness such as heart problem for heath palpitations, cancer of various places, memory related […]
We are pleased to announce that EverythingBranded.co.uk have been kind enough to donate printed wristbands to No Panic. EverythingBranded.co.uk specialise in promotional and branded products for businesses and charities around the world. They have worked with household names such as ASDA, Samsung, the NHS and ITV, supplying them with pens, clothes, mugs, keyrings and much […]
Practical Help for Carers Anxiety can be very debilitating leaving a person unable to function or do basic things for themselves. This article though is for anyone who is caring for someone with disability, physical illness or an anxiety disorder, including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. What is a carer You may not see yourself as a […]
Today we look at a mental health in men, in particular the mental health of one man, his thoughts and how they tie in with stereotypes. Some of you will of read Mark R’s story of which part of this blog is based on. Let’s look at the stereotypes first. Men must be seen to […]
This month’s book is Anxiety Disorders in Focus by Margaret Hawkins. It is a 65 page guide to all things anxiety! It is very informative and covers key topics such as the basics of anxiety disorders and what they are and how they affect people as well as some vital self help techniques and strategies […]