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PIP & Mental Health Claimants

I felt like my mental health was irrelevant. I was made to feel like I was being a burden to the system. Quote from A BBC News Article on PIP from a claimant called Vicky. This shocking statement is the current state of our disabled person’s benefits system. We’ve heard this echoed by others that […]

Anxiety in the Workplace

Anxiety in the workplace can be frightening, distressing and horrific. It for most is one of the worst places you can suffer from any time of acute time of anxiety or panic. Breaking down in front of others for a lot of people is also very hard. Even more so if you struggle with any […]

Blue Monday

Today is supposed to be one of the most depressed days of the year, Blue Monday. Currently trending on Twitter among other places. So why doesn’t anxiety and depression respect this? Because they’re an illness and don’t discriminate based on the day of the year. So No Panic is sharing its top tips for a […]

Anxiety & Winter

As the days get shorter, some people tend to find their anxiety heightens. Research has proven that this is due to light sensitivity. Which makes sense as there are less daylight hours as we move through Autumn into Winter.  So if you are someone that feels more anxious or down as the year passes by, […]


You may or may not know No Panic does workshops for schools, workplaces and other organisations. We have a fairly set workshop now; which we did a YouTube video of a shortened version. You can see the YouTube video in our videos sections or on the sidebar widgets. These workshops generally last about an hour. […]

Seasonal Affective Disorder

Seasonal Affective disorder is also know as ‘winter depression’ is a seasonal depressive disorder. The symptoms often begin in the autumn as the days start getting shorter. They’re typically most severe during December, January and February. SAD often improves and disappears in the spring and summer, although it may return each autumn and winter in […]

Anxiety Recovery: Getting Started

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 […]

Health Anxiety Resources

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 and EverythingBranded

We are pleased to announce that have been kind enough to donate printed wristbands to No Panic. 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 […]