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Anti-Stress and Anxiety Formula


Please Note: You may scroll down to the bottom of this page if you want to see the full list of ebooks about treatments, worksheets for therapy, and the relaxation music offered in this program but if you want to know who I am, why I want to help you, and how this program works. Then keep on reading. 

Are you someone who tries to cope with anxiety by not doing anything, which only makes things worse because you aren’t making any progress and people think you just don’t care about your responsibilities?

Hi, I'm Dr. Robert S. McLellan. Today I want to take care of your mental health... 

For over 3 decades, I have worked with patients who've experienced some of the worst symptoms of anxiety and stress.

I am thrilled to give you the support and assistance that you need and deserve. I've made it my life's work to advocate for everyone who suffers from the roller coaster ride of irrational emotional ups and downs.

Because, like you, I suffered from panic attacks, stress, depression, fear, constant mental chatter. And I was plagued with the feeling that no matter what I did, nothing will ever get better. In fact, I can't even begin to tell you how many dark nights of the soul I had where I literally wished I could die just to escape the pain. 

Can you relate with that?

But what if it was easy to focus on the thoughts that bring you excitement, relief, passion, joy, and a sense of never-ending anticipation for the good stuff coming your way instead of always worrying about paying your bills, keeping food on the table, protecting your health, and making sure everyone you love is taken care of?

Don't you want that?

Don't you want to be free of the constant worry and thought chatter?

Here's the thing. Every time you feel chronic stress, panic, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem about how you look, and other negative emotions, you're depleting vital nutrients that your body requires in order to relax and stay healthy.

And unless you find a way to get rid of your negative habits and balance your emotions, it becomes virtually impossible for you to recover from anxiety or depression no matter what you do.

So if you ever feel like you're on an emotional roller coaster ride that just won't end or you find yourself laying in bed at night and your mind just can't stop racing, thinking about all the things you have to do tomorrow and the next day or even next year. 

Well, you're not alone, and it's not your fault. What you're experiencing is something called sympathetic overdrive, also known as the fight or flight response. It's a nonstop stress condition that's at the very core of some of today's biggest health problems, like brain fog, anxiety, depression, fatigue, irrational responses, feeling excessively burnt out, and dealing with mystery symptoms.

And it's a survival mechanism that, once upon a time, was only for actual lions and tigers and other situations with imminent danger.

But nowadays, with so much constant stress in our lives, we just can't turn off our stress response and truly allow ourselves and our bodies to simply relax.

But there is a solution!

And unlike the thousands of other so-called 'treatments', it's a solution that could potentially transform the way you respond to stress and life forever.

So you never have to endure the suffering of excessive anxiety or fear again.

But of course, if you're like most people who deal with panic attacks, irrational insecurity, never-ending fear, and even full-blown depression, well, it's usually hard to believe anything can get better because you're always bumping up against your own negative internal dialogue.

Well, again, you're not alone. 

Your mind has a very limited stress response reserve, which is your physiological ability to helpfully respond to stress. And when that reserve or your ability to helpfully respond to stress is used up, it's like trying to write a check from an overdrawn bank account.

In fact, your body is very much like a bank...

You see, you can only make so many withdrawals before you're bankrupt.

In other words, when you're burnt out as a result of dealing with non-stop stress, there's nothing left for you to give anyone much less yourself, and it leaves you feeling even more emotionally exhausted and your body nutritionally depleted, leaving you feeling simply defeated.

And until you find the right way to manage your problems so that you can stop making your body a bank, you'll likely continue to feel panic, anxiety-ridden, anxious, and way too stressed. You may even have a feeling of impending doom and outright depression for years to come, but please do take a sigh of relief because you are not alone in feeling this way.

This current epidemic of sympathetic overdrive is currently affecting millions of people worldwide, and it's mostly due to how stressful and exhausting modern life can be.

Heck, did you know that just looking at blue light on your smartphone, computer, and TV triggers the fight or flight response and drains your body of energy?

When you have no energy you also have no ability to relax.

And when you can't relax, it makes your mind go out of control. You know the feeling when the noise in your head is so loud that you're never, ever free from feeling stress. Stress that's so pervasive, you can literally become emotionally trapped in a state of never-ending anxiety and panic about what's going to happen to you and your family next. 

Now that stress has a name, it's called Cortisol. Cortisol is a stress hormone that gives you the feeling of impending doom in the pit of your stomach.

And any time you feel stressed out, anxiety-ridden, anxious, or just plain afraid of what could happen to you.

Cortisol and other chemicals flood your bloodstream and you get this sort of happy feeling. Chemicals like dopamine and serotonin (excitement hormones) tend to stay in your bloodstream for about five minutes, so there are fleeting sensations making happiness a fleeting feeling. 

However, cortisol can stay in your bloodstream longer than your happy chemicals can due to certain nutritional deficiencies, nutritional deficiencies like a magnesium deficiency can constantly trigger the release of the fear-inducing stress hormones again and again without any reprieve. It's a sick joke, right? 

With that in mind, I want you to read this because believe it or not, there's another reason you can't free yourself from feeling stressed, anxious, depressed, and fearful.

You see, as human beings, we are the only animal species that can torture ourselves for the same thing over and over again in our imagination. And it's true. Even when the actual danger or problem has long passed, we just can't turn it off, which is what every other animal does once the sign of danger has passed.

It's a protective mechanism that's programmed into our very own DNA.

It's called negative bias.

I know it sounds complicated, but it's really not. All it means is that you're always scanning for problems or anticipating problems that often won't even end up happening. But imagining problems, even if they don't happen, affects your body, in the same way, experiencing real danger does.

And as you probably know, when things actually are bad, negative bias will never let you rest or let you be yourself and fully recover from the seemingly never-ending onslaught of life's problems. This unending stress keeps your fear and anxiety levels pedal to the metal.

But the downward spiral gets worse because if you're like me, you probably turn to comfort foods like cookies, chips, ice cream, cakes, wine, beer, hard alcohol just to deal with the stress.

Of course, that only compounds the problem that's making being you such an incredible nightmare.

Now I want to make one last point quickly.

I want you to imagine everything that triggers fear, anxiety, and panic within you. Maybe it's feeling like things will just never get any better.

Whatever it is, I want you to imagine that everything you're feeling gets stored in a backpack you wear and take with you everywhere you go. 24/7!

Well, eventually that backpack is going to fill up with so much worry about your problems and so-called failures and overall negative emotions that it becomes hard to function on a day-to-day basis.

That's what happens when you're so bogged down by everything your brain is trying to process. It accumulates, and your body never lets go of the stress because it can't.

For years I have been trying to help people find and address the cause of this awful problem. It can be painful to watch people suffer from so much anxiety and stress until the point where they feel paralyzed in their own bodies because they are unable to live a normal life.

That is why I have put together this program. To finally help you manage your anxiety, stress, and depression by teaching you healthy and natural coping techniques that will lower the cortisol level in your blood and enable you to live a normal life again.



Why Do I Want to Help You?

Over the years, I have seen other doctors try different forms of therapy and medication on kids and adults with ADHD, tic disorder, autism, and other mental health disorders. Treatments that are supposed to help them cope with the associated stress and anxiety that they experience.

These treatments range from antidepressants and sedatives (Clonazepam and Alprazolam) to 1:1 talk therapy and group sessions. 

But guess what? None of these treatments provided a permanent or reliable solution. I know this because some of these people have been my patients.

They felt hopeless and helpless. They were stuck with all that emotional torture and felt sick whenever they needed a refill on their prescription. Trust me, they didn't want to live their life on Xanax. Neither should you.

Feeling embarrassed and sweeping it under the carpet was also a common problem and a never-ending cycle that they went through. That is why you need to do something about it NOW.

Our team of psychologists have discovered why most of these so-called 'anxiety treatments' are failing. We've looked at hundreds of cases with people in conventional careers, parents, young couples, students, people with attention disorders and people who've been through some form of trauma. We came out with one conclusion.

The big mistake is when you ask your friend, family, supervisors, dates or even your doctor for advice, not realizing that they don't know what you're going through and are only going to help you cope with the physical illnesses/symptoms caused by these mental health problems and not the problem itself. 

When trying to beat stress and anxiety disorders, you shouldn't be looking for doctors or people who have not experienced the problem before to help you. Anxiety and stress are created by your emotions and reactions to certain situations or events. You need management strategies from people who have dealt with the same mental health condition that you have.

But there's another problem... 

Unfortunately, trying to find or talk to someone who has overcome these miseries in life is not easy. Nobody wants to remember their painful experiences let alone tell some stranger about them.

That is where I come in. I have created a full ebook course to help you. It's a detailed program containing all the secret strategies that people with anxiety and stress have used to successfully identify and treat all the different types of anxiety disorders and stressors.

I have met thousands of people who have won their battle against anxiety. The relationships I have built with them have made it easy for them to reveal the secrets about what works and what will not. They were not afraid to tell me exactly how they had managed to stop their stress and anxiety naturally. I have compiled everything I have learned about how these problems will creep into your life and what you need to do about it in this ebook course.

So what is wrong with taking a physician's advice? Usually when you're going through severe stress or an anxiety disorder, you are also experiencing physical ailments like neck pain or stomach ache.

And so when you visit a doctor, he/she will try to help you cope with those physical symptoms and won't be looking for an emotional cause. This wastes a lot of time and money as people seek treatment for the wrong illness.

Let me use a simple example to help you understand what I mean when I say doctors sometimes get the diagnosis wrong.

Let's say that you are constantly experiencing lower back pain whenever you come back home from work. So you decide to go to a doctor who sees some inflammation (physical symptom), thinks you pulled a muscle, and then prescribes some pain killers like Aspirin.

Your doctor is not seeing the work stress that you may have gone through for the past few months. Anger, frustration, and mood swings (emotional cause) bring about work stress.

When these emotions collide, stress takes control over you. You go through posture changes that you do not even realize are happening. These posture changes are caused by negative emotions and over time put pressure on your spine and may cause you to experience that lower back pain.

That is just one of the ways that millions of people who are experiencing stress and anxiety get trapped into believing they need medicine or expensive pills to survive.

Medication can not heal your emotions! 

How am I different? I've already provided you with checklists for the different types of mental health disorders like generalized anxiety, PTSD, Social Anxiety, Panic, etc. Those Checklists have helped you identify the specific disorder that you might be having. 

Now that we know the cause, all we need is a specific treatment for that specific disorder

The Anti-Stress and Anxiety Formula will teach you healthy Coping strategies and therapy to help you treat specific anxiety disorders. Helping you avoid wasting your time and money.

You may scroll down to the bottom of this page to get started immediately. But if you have time and would like to learn more about how anxiety and stress affects our daily lives.

Then let me get started by answering a few common questions I get asked by worried parents. 



Why Are Teens Always Stressed Out?

Although it's easy to forget sometimes in our busy lives, we were all teenagers once! Being a teenager is challenging. They have chaotic schedules and pressures at school. They’re navigating the world and trying to find the bridge between being a child and an adult. It’s not an easy task!

With hormones and developing brains, teenagers often feel an intense amount of stress. As parents and guardians, it's always worth taking a few minutes to consider how your teenager may be suffering from stress and work out some simple, positive ways to help them cope and thrive! 

You can’t read your teenager's mind. What you can do, however, is offer support. 

By joining our program, you will be able to ensure they have a stable routine, eat healthily, and get enough sleep. Crucially, you will ensure that they have time to talk to you about anything that is troubling them, so you can help reduce their stress!


What Causes Social Anxiety Disorders?


Due to the Covid 19 Pandemic, many kids, maybe even yours, had been separated from their friends and loved ones. The fear of what would happen if they went outside and played together has created anxiety disorders such as separation disorder and panic attacks.

The important thing you need to understand is that anxiety disorders begin when certain events occur.

The prolonged Covid-19 Pandemic, however, was the worst possible event for a child to go through. So it is likely that your child could have developed long-term anxiety disorders like social anxiety. That is when people hate going outside or socializing. 

Social Anxiety disorder is the second most dangerous anxiety disorder and is commonly mistaken for shyness.

However, that's not to say that shyness can't cause social anxiety over time.

I know you might be thinking that shyness is a normal part of growing up. That may be true to some extent, but extreme shyness (more intense fear of interaction) is social anxiety. Therefore, common shyness can be a minor symptom of an underlying anxiety disorder but do not fear because it can easily be managed.

Social anxiety/extreme shyness is far from common shyness. It can be hard to overcome because it is brought into our lives during childhood and comes from places you would never expect.


It sticks to us, preventing us from achieving our true potential. You have probably realized by now that getting ahead in life requires the ability to interact all the time. Social anxiety prevents this. It changes our social behavior, makes us accustomed to having social fears, and creates a life based on avoidance.


The cause of social anxiety may be completely different in some cases, but in most, it has always been the same. It is how we are brought up (environment) and who we grow up with (family). It can be genetic, meaning if your parents have or had social anxiety, then you or your kids could get it too. 


Sounds unavoidable? I know. But what if there are ways that you can help your children get rid of this quickly? Check out my book - Understanding Social Anxiety.


It's a book inspired by a little girl named Natalie who beat her social anxiety. It will explain how social anxiety can be genetic, the environmental components, and what you need to do about it NOW (found at the bottom of this page).



Can Anxiety Affect My Kid's Grades?



Did you know that anxiety can also affect your attention span? Researchers have found that there is a link between these conditions.


If you have anxiety, then you’re more likely to have attention disorders. Researchers believe there is a brain connection between them. Initial studies on teens reveal that they’re more likely to have both issues together.


If you have anxiety or trouble concentrating, consider these discoveries:


1. The link between anxiety and attention. Researchers at the University of Texas discovered that your anxiety and attention span are linked.


- They found that teens who have anxiety are also more likely to perform worse in school because of attention issues. They also saw a connection between anxiety and other mental health issues like depression and suicide.


- Researchers shared that in some cases anxiety appeared first while in other cases attention span issues appeared first. Recognizing the first issue can help families deal with the second one.


- Teens who had issues concentrating were also more likely to have anxiety. Experts believe there is a deeper reason for this in the brain. 


2. Unconscious anxiety. Medical experts believe unconscious anxiety can explain some cases of attention deficit disorders.


- Unconscious anxiety occurs when you don’t recognize you’re actually suffering from worry and concern. You have trouble concentrating, so you blame it on your poor attention span. However, in reality, your unconscious anxiety is actually preventing you from being able to focus.


- The root of this anxiety can be buried among deeper emotional issues.


3. Overlapping symptoms. The symptoms of anxiety and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can overlap. The shared symptoms can include having trouble concentrating and focusing on one task. They can also include not having control over your impulses, being irritable, feeling scared and being afraid to try new things.


- It’s not always easy to tell apart anxiety and attention disorders.


5. The role of learning disabilities. It’s important to avoid overlooking learning disabilities that can exacerbate anxiety and attention issues. Researchers have noticed that all three issues can occur together.


In some cases, learning disabilities are not caught right away as a child starts school. Children are sometimes able to compensate for their learning disabilities, so the issues go undiagnosed.


- However, anxiety and attention disorders can be worse in children with learning disabilities. By focusing on the learning issues, these kids have the chance to succeed in school and reduce their anxiety.


- A child with a learning disability can feel anxious before every test or quiz in school and try to avoid classes. In addition, the same child can be so stressed out that they’re unable to concentrate on the simplest tasks. The learning disability makes these issues stronger and more difficult to treat. 


- It’s important to note that kids aren’t the only ones who suffer from all three conditions. Adults can spend years being misdiagnosed or not getting the proper treatments.


Anxiety and attention issues can appear together. If you or a loved one suffers from these issues, our program can help to understand and treat these mental health problems.





Why You Need to Start Our Program As Early As Possible



Most people will spend decades looking for a quick and easy way to cope with the symptoms and not the cause of their anxiety disorder. The older they get, the less their brain will be capable of change. You need to understand that if you ignore the problem, you are only making it worse for yourself and your family. By lying to yourself that it is all in your head or that you are just being paranoid...


...you are lowering your chances of ending this emotional cancer for good.


You must accept that you have an anxiety condition and address the root cause now (while your brain is still young and healthy). Doing this will help you to eliminate anxiety and its symptoms (depression, fatigue, shyness) once and for all.


As someone who has helped over 12 862 people overcome their stressors and anxiety disorders in the past seven years. I have uncovered even more little-known tips, tricks, and strategies that can help you get the confidence, friends, and freedom you want in your life. (Found in - "The Social Butterfly" and "Habits That Relieve Stress and Promote Harmony in Your Life" - more of my practical ebooks)


Now let's get something out of the way.


Before I begin sharing what you will find in this program, you need to be 100% certain that you have an anxiety disorder. To do that, you must understand that feeling a bit anxious when facing major life events is not a cause for concern.


However, if those concerning and worrying feelings persist, even when everything is under control, or you end up becoming affected by the most insignificant changes in life. Then chances are, you have an anxiety condition.


Some common types of anxiety disorders include:


- Panic disorder


- Generalized Anxiety Disorder


- Social anxiety disorder


- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)


- Phobias (eg, agoraphobia)


- Post traumatic stress disorder




Symptoms Of Anxiety that Affect Our Everyday Life

When we're young and are making important decisions that will impact the direction that our lives will follow, we seldom think about how our mental health influences our choices.

Let me ask you a few questions that will help us identify whether your life has been affected by social anxiety:

1. Do you ever get a blank mind around people? That could mean that you do not know what to say in conversations, even leading to embarrassing and awkward silences or needing someone else to start/continue the conversation.

2. Do you feel nervous before public speaking or having to give a speech at meetings or school? For example: feeling tense, sweating, shaking, or feeling your heart beating fast before speaking in front of a group of people.

3. Do you find it hard to talk and connect with new people? That can lead to not keeping any real friends, being introverted, and perhaps being a virgin much longer than expected.

4. Do you have imaginary conversations with people in your head? These are often people you feel have a higher authority than you. You may feel scared to talk to or argue with them in real life.

5. Do you often find yourself being taken advantage of by other people? That means always saying yes to people such as your boss, your friends, or perhaps even your spouse.

6. Do you often feel very self-conscious? That means you are insecure and afraid of your appearance. You are painfully aware of everything you say and do when you know people are watching.

If you answered YES to all or any of the questions above, then you have a social anxiety disorder/ generalized anxiety disorder. So what causes specific anxiety disorders? Why are you like this? Is it genetics? A chemical imbalance (Cortisol)? Was it the way your parents raised you? Well, it's time to find out!

That is what I have built this program for, to help you find the cause of your anxiety disorder and at the same time help you manage your stress!

So are you ready to change your life around and find out what is causing your anxiety disorder? If you said yes, then it's time to reveal one of our secret weapons!


What is CBT?

Have you ever heard of self improvement programmes like Toastmasters or Dale Carnegie?

Well one component which gives these courses so much success is that they expose you to situations that you're afraid of and teach you how to conduct yourself in a more appropriate manner. In this case, that fear would be to speak in front of an audience. 

Now that component which is used in Toastmasters and Dale Carnegie is actually one part of CBT. That is a type of therapy which consists of 3 important parts.

1. Cognitive therapy, which focuses mainly on on correcting negative thought patterns.

2. Behavioral therapy, which involves exposing you to a situation where you feel uncomfortable and help you understand that it's completely normal and correct your unwanted behavioral patterns. This is what self-improvement courses usually use.

3. Lastly, mindfulness-based therapy. This is an approach that uses mindfulness meditative practices and teaches you how to have a present-oriented, non-judgmental attitude towards yourself. 

Patients, therapists, and insurance companies often prefer cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). It’s quicker than most other forms of psychological treatment, and a growing body of research shows that it works.

One of the main benefits of CBT is that it trains you to be your own therapist. You learn to change your thinking and develop more effective ways of coping. In your sessions, you’ll identify distorted thought patterns and replace them with more realistic ones. As your thinking changes, your feelings become more manageable, and your actions become more constructive.

Benefits of CBT:

1. Treat depression and anxiety. CBT can be used to treat many mental disorders. That includes some of the most common conditions like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, and PTSD.

2. Overcome addictions. Many recovering addicts rely on CBT to prevent relapses. Therapy can help build self-esteem and support healthier lifestyles.

3. Sleep well. Sleep disorders are another reason that patients use CBT. Unlike medications, therapy addresses the root causes of insomnia with little risk of dangerous side effects.

4. Strengthen relationships. Transforming your thinking changes the way you interact with others. You can enhance your communication skills and become more assertive.

5. Achieve your goals. You may be wondering if you have to have a diagnosed mental disorder to use CBT. In reality, it’s a helpful tool for personal development even if you feel like your life is mostly on track. You could use the principles to help you relax or live more mindfully.

Psychotherapy can be more affordable and accessible than you think. With CBT, you can make progress quickly with strategies you can use at home or by working with a therapist on a schedule tailored to your individual needs.


Finally, Here's What You'll Find Inside:

Important announcement: Do you hate reading or perhaps don't have enough time to read all the guides I'm about to give you in this program? That's fine, our team has recently built a complete audio course just to help you out!

  • Beating Worry and Anxiety (A Practical Guide Containing A Useful Do's and Don'ts List For You to Use)

  • Contains the proven treatments that my patients have practiced to end their stress quickly.

    Chapter 1: What is Anxiety

    Chapter 2: The Effects of Anxiety

    Chapter 3: Simple Strategies for Overcoming Anxiety

    Chapter 4: Physical Methods for Combating Worry and Anxiety

    - Diet

    - Exercise

    - Sleep

    - Relaxation Techniques

    Chapter 5: Perspective

    Chapter 6: Meditation

    Chapter 7: Mindfulness

    Chapter 8: Managing Anxiety at Work and Other Specific Locations

  • Fight Your Fears (This Book is Loved By Hundreds of Thousands of People Because It Has Information That You Can't Find Anywhere on The Internet)

  • I recommend reading this book first so that you know exactly how fear creates anxiety attacks.

    Chapter 1: Don’t Let Fear Hold You Back

    Chapter 2: What Exactly is Fear

    Chapter 3: Change Your Biology

    Chapter 4: Identify Your Fears

    Chapter 5: Practice Worst-Case and Best-Case Thinking

    Chapter 6: Focus On What You Can Control

    Chapter 7: Choose Gratitude

    Chapter 8: Practice Mindfulness and Meditation 

    Chapter 9: Schedule Your Worries

    Chapter 10: Get Support Talk With a Therapist or Coach

    Chapter 11: Have Self-Compassion

    Chapter 12: Courage in the Face of Fear

  • Understanding PTSD (Don't You Want To Know What Causes Most Tic Disorders and How PTSD Can Be Stopped)

  • With the help of Psychiatrist, Dr Tracy Mark's, I believe that we have created the easy to understand book on mental health that you will ever find.

    Here is what you will find in the book:

    Section 1: The History of PTSD

    - PTSD defined in the 1980s

    - PTSD in the DSM-5 (in 2013)

    Section 2: What Causes PTSD? 

    - Risk Factors for PTSD

    Section 3: Symptoms of PTSD

    - Re-Experiencing, or Intrusion

    - Avoidance

    - Hyperarousal

    - Negative Alterations to Cognition and Mood

    Section 4: Different Types of PTSD

    - Complex PTSD

    - Post-Traumatic Stress

    - Comorbid PTSD

    Section 5: PTSD and Risky Bahavior

    Section 6: PTSD and Relationships

    - Seeking Professional Treatment

    Section 7: Treatment for PTSD

    - Cognitive Processing Therapy

    - Prolonged Exposure Therapy

    - Eye Movement and Reprocessing

    - Medication for PTSD

    Section 8: PTSD and the Road to Healing

  • Understanding Social Anxiety (Simply everything about social anxiety - Worksheets, treatments, case studies, action guides, EVERYTHING)

  • Here is what you will find in the book:

    Section 1: Signs and Symptoms

    Section 2: What Is Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD)

    Section 3: Physical, Emotional, and Behavioral Anxiety Symptoms

    Section 4: Nature and Nurture

    Section 5: SAD in Families

    Section 6: Treatment Of SAD

    Section 7: Medication

    Section 8: Therapy and Related Techniques for SAD

    Section 9: Environmental Factors in SAD

    Section 10: The Family Connection

    Section 11: Important Points About Social Anxiety Disorders

    Other useful resources:

    Worksheet 1: Developing Proactive Responses

    Worksheet 2: Stop Critical Self Talk

    Worksheet 3: Dealing With Avoidance

    Checklist 1: Symptoms of SAD Checklist

    Checklist 2: Important Points About SAD

    Action Guide 1: SAD Treatment Options

    Action Guide 2: Helpful Resources For Coping With SAD


  • Understanding Sleep Disorders (Our Psychologists Have Finally Created The Cure to Sleepless Nights!) Just take our advice for a week. We promise results. 

  • Here is what you will find in the book:

    Section 1: Types of Sleep Disorders (There's 5 types)

    Section 2: Health Consequences of Insufficient Sleep

    Section 3: Diagnosing a Sleep Disorder

    Section 4: Treatment for Sleep Disorders

    Section 5: Tips for Getting a Better Night's Rest

    Section 6: Final Words on Sleep Disorders

  • Bully Proof Your Children (Bullying Can Sometimes Be The Trigger Of Anxiety Or The Coping Mechanism For Anxiety in Kids)

  • Here is what you will find in the book:

    Chapter 1: Types of Bullying

    Chapter 2: Which Kids Are Most Likely to Be Victims?

    Chapter 3: Signs Your Child is a Victim of Bullying

    Chapter 4: How to Prevent Your Child From Becoming a Bully Victim

    - Social Competence

    - Self-Confidence

    - Communication Between You and Your Child

    - Assertiveness

    - Self-Esteem

    Chapter 5: What to Do if Your Child is Being Bullied

    Section 6: What To Do If Your Child is a Bully

    - Who Are Bullies

    - Confronting Your Child

  • Promoting Positive Self-Esteem in Children (Self-Esteem and Negative Thoughts Go Hand in Hand. Helping Children Stay Mentally Strong is Different Than Helping Adults)

  • Here is what you will find in the book:

    Chapter 1: What is Self-Esteem

    - How Do We Develop Self-Esteem?

    Chapter 2: The Great Self-Esteem Experiment

    Chapter 3: Steps To Positive Self-Esteem

    - How Can I Help My Child Develop Positive Self-Esteem

    - The Self-Esteem Ladder

    Chapter 4: The Next Step

  • From Social Anxiety To Social Butterfly in 90 Days (Beautifully designed practical guide to challenge yourself)

  • Section 1: More Symptoms Of Social Anxiety

    Section 2: Causes of Social Anxiety

    Section 3: How to Lessen Social Anxiety

    Section 4: Building Social Confidence and Self-Esteem

    Section 5: How to Build an Exciting Social Life

    Section 6: How to Make Friends

  • Declutter Your Mind (Beautifully designed practical guide to organize your life) 

  • Part One - The Primary Cause Of Mental Clutter:

    Environment

    People

    Distractions 

    Thoughts

    Mental Habits

    Everyday Stress

    Decisions

    Unfinished Business

    Part Two - Dealing With Thought Based Clutter:

    The Breath is the Key

    Overcome Negative Thoughts

    Clarify Your Purpose

  • Habits That Relieve Stress and Promote Harmony in Your Life (Practical Guide)

  • Section 1: The Negative Impact of Stress on Your Life

    Section 2: How Positive Habits Can Reduce Stress

    Section 3: 10 Habits That Make Life Easier and More Pleasant

    Section 4: How to Create New Habits

    Section 5: Remove Old Habits That Are Detrimental to Your Progress

    Section 6: What To Do When Challenges Occur

  • The 16 Most Effective Worksheets Which I Give To My Patients During Therapy (Worth Over $100)

  • These worksheets fall under 9 categories. These are:

    CBT Treatment for Mental Health

    - CBT for ADHD

    - CBT for anger management

    - CBT for anxiety

    - CBT for low self-esteem

    - CBT for coping with emotions

    ADHD and OCD Coping Techniques

    - ADHD co-occurring disorder

    - ADHD time management

    - Coping with OCD

    Anger Management Strategies

    - Calming skills to manage anger effectively

    Communication

    - Communication skills to manage anxiety

    Daily Journaling

    - Anxiety journaling

    Positive Affirmations 

    - My body is relaxed (complete list)

    - I am too blessed to be stressed (complete list)

    Exposure Therapy 

    - Reality therapy for coping

    Aromatherapy

    - Getting started with Aromatherapy

    Finding Stressors

    - Daily habit tracker

  • Resilience (My Personal Technique to Avoid Negative Thoughts)

  • This book is about your emotions and how you can control them in uneasy situations.

    This book contains a lot of my own research into psychology. It's quite an interesting book to go with your morning cup of tea. 

    Skill 1: Understand Resilience

    - Benefits of Strengthening Your Resilience 

    - How to Put These New Skills Into Practice

    Skill 2: Develop Your Emotion Regulation Skills

    - Re-Frame the Situation

    - Allow Negative Emotions

    - Increase Positive Emotions

    Skill 3: Taking Responsibility

    - Get Curious

    - Forgive Others

    - Making Changes

    Skill 4: Build Community

    - Communicate

    - Remain Accountable

    Skill 5: Strengthen Your Relationship With Yourself

    - Self-Care Basics

    - Addressing Critical Self-Talk

    - Take Time To Care

    Skill 6: Exercise

    - Benefits of Exercise

    - Ways to Exercise

    - How to Get Started With Exercise

    Skill 7: Challenge Yourself

    - Set Goals

    - Live According to Values

  • Healthy Boundaries (Shows You How To Address A Very Common Trigger That's Causing Your Anxiety)

  • The main reason why I've chosen to write this book is to help you understand how setting boundaries can help you eliminate possible triggers for anxiety. Whether you're young or old setting boundaries will help you restore your life. 

    Boundaries let other people know your expectations for how they should treat you.

    Chapter 1: What Are Personal Boundaries?

    Chapter 2: Why Are Healthy Boundaries Important?

    Chapter 3: The Main Reasons People Don’t Have Healthy Boundaries

    Chapter 4: How to Set Healthy Boundaries in Any Type of Relationship

    Chapter 5: How Will You Start Establishing Healthy Boundaries?

  • Mindfulness (Shows You How To Use Your Mind, Body and Spirit to Prevent Panic Attacks, PTSD and OCD)

  • The book focuses on the second most effective treatment I've discovered and have written about it in my Overcome Anxiety book.

    You may call this book the ultimate CBT treatment for Anxiety.

    Chapter 1: What Is Mindfulness?

    Chapter 2: Mindfulness In Times Of Chaos

    Chapter 3: Mindfulness And The Body

    Chapter 4: Mindfulness And The Mind

    Chapter 5: Mindfulness And The Spirit

    Chapter 6: Mindfulness As A Growth Opportunity

    Chapter 7: Mindfulness In Meditation

    Chapter 8: Bringing It All Together: Holistic Mindfulness For Your Entire Essence

  • Meditation For Busy People (Shows You How To Use Asanas To Release Constant Stress and Worry in Little Time)

  • This book details the most spiritually consuming treatment for Anxiety. I have released this book this year! 

    This book is for the middle-class or any busy person as the title suggests. It will require less time but more concentration and focus than Mindfulness.

    

    Chapter 1: What is meditation? 

    Chapter 2: The benefits of meditation

    Chapter 3: Meditation and the mind

    Chapter 4: Meditation and the body

    Chapter 5: Calming the mind and the body

    Chapter 6: Meditation in movement

    Chapter 7: Meditation by observation

    Chapter 8: Meditation with affirmations

    Chapter 9: Creating a daily practice

    Chapter 10: Daily meditation for the soul

  • Secret Sound Therapy (Helps to Remove Stress and Improve Sleep)

  • The frequencies used in ASMR has been able to consistently produce positive feedback from my patients. It will keep your bpm steady and at optimal levels while still provide you with the benefit of natural sounds. I will show you my favorite playlist of ASMR sounds.

    I will also give you a recording of a hypnotherapy session that is proven to work. 

    It will induce relaxation and release stress.

  • 3 High Quality Relaxation Songs For Meditation and Reading, Working, and Studying (Valued at over $65) - FREE MEGA BONUS

  • Do you sometimes get fidgety or struggle to focus? Are you constantly distracted? 

    If you are then these songs will help you stay focused on your tasks and will significantly improve your quality of life. 

    This music is exclusive to our company 'Anxiety Prevention Centre' and has been produced by professionals in studios.All songs will be available in WAV format to preserve the quality. 

    I personally think you will love them. 

    So How Much is All This Going To Cost You?


    I've decided to give everyone an equal opportunity to take back control of their lives. What do I mean? Well, in 2005... 


    ... the mean estimated total medical cost for individuals diagnosed with an anxiety disorder was $6,475! (Marciniak, M. D., Lage, M. J., Dunayevich, E., Russell, J. M., Bowman, L., Landbloom, R. P., & Levine, L. R. (2005)).


    Now it's even higher, much higher. Today, the average annual cost of just 60 tablets of Ativan is a whopping $2,782.44!


    I'm willing to offer you everything including the bonuses I promised at an insane discount! The price you would have gotten for a program like this is $79. Realizing that's ridiculous. I have lowered the price down to $38!


    BUT TODAY I'M LETTING YOU TAKE EVERYTHING FOR NOTHING!!! START FOR FREE. PLUS YOU STILL GET OUR INSANE 60 - DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE IF YOU DECIDE TO PAY!


    You get all my interesting research, remedies, and resources. All my strategies and tips, worksheets, and scientifically proven ASMR sounds. My meditation and mindfulness routines which I use in my daily life. EVERYTHING!


    It's basically the most effective and affordable treatment you will ever need. No more guesswork. You will no longer be wasting money on expensive medication/sedatives or wasting time at hour-long therapy sessions.


    Now you can look after yourself and your loved ones by using a reusable cure created by people who have gone through the same anxiety disorders as you.


    "People who truly care for you because they've been there too..."

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