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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 […]

Help for Carers

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 […]

How To Get Things Done

Do you ever wake up in the morning and dread the day ahead? There is so much to do and you wonder how you will ever get through half of the things that need to be done! Well the answer is to make a list. Write everything down in black and white and then write […]

The Self Helper Application

Last Friday No Panic launched it’s Self Helper for Desktop and we’ve had nearly 100 downloads of it since then. The app itself has been in development for about a month and includes our Crisis Message, The Body Scan Relaxation, the written Relaxation Technique, the beginners guide to anxiety, the symptom checker and our contact […]

Summer Anxiety

In the summer anxiety is generally lower for most sufferers. But for some sufferers it is higher. This can be for many reasons, for example maybe your favored coping mechanism for one of your symptoms isn’t as accepted in the summer or the increased number of people outside or on the roads. Generally as the […]

Nervous Breakdown

A Nervous Breakdown is a term which describes a relatively short period of extreme negative feelings, thoughts and symptoms. The often last a few days to a week and then the feelings thoughts and symptoms subside at least little. It is common to have suicidal ideation, feelings of want to or acts of self harm […]