Regain control! Batman, coaching and encouraging Robin tohelp him overcome his debilitating panic attacks. Related links: Anxieties.com A web-based self-help resource about understanding anxiety disorders and learning how to successfully manage them. Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic A well-established, scientifically proven treatment for panic disorder in the form of an easy-to-use workbook. More episodes of The Arkham Sessions can be found on iTunes as well as on Under The Mask . Dr. Drea can be found Twitter at @ArkhamAsylumDoc .
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Oscar Trial: An anxiety disorder or convenient defence? By IAfrica Catch Live Results, Fixtures & Standings from the FIFA World Cup 2014 here! South Africa Saturday 28 June 2014 2:08pm For LIVE STREAMING, news, views, tweets, pics and LIVE blogging go to: http://www.enca.com/oscartrial PRETORIA Oscar Pistoriuss murder trial resumes on Monday in the North Gauteng High Court. The paralympian has spent the past 30 days undergoing a mental health evaluation at the Weskoppies Psychiatric Hospital, after an expert witness for the defence, diagnosed Pistorius with Generalised Anxiety Disorder. Judge Thokozile Masipa sent Pistorius for psychiatric observation on an outpatient basis to determine whether his state of mind played any part in Reeva Steenkamps fatal shooting on Valentines Day last year. Four specialists are responsible for a report that will determine whether Pistorius was criminally responsible for the shooting or whether his anxiety disorder resulted in him having diminished capacity. There are three possible scenarios that could emerge from this report. The first is that the psychiatric panel might declare Pistorius does have a mental illness that renders him incapable of being able to determine the difference between right and wrong.
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Ever heard of belly breathing? It’s when you put one hand on your belly and one hand on your heart. Breathe in for four seconds, filling your belly so that it expands outward like a baby’s belly does, hold it for two seconds, then breathe out deeply emptying your belly and chest of air. Repeat. I usually have to close my eyes to do this in an attempt to shut out the external stimuli. 3. Being mindful of your breathing is another mode of calming down.
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