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There are many forms of anxiety disorder, including General AnxietyDisorder (GAD), Panic Attacks, Phobias (including social anxiety),Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, andAcute Stress Disorder. Even in their most mild forms, thesedisorders can be troubling and exhausting – at worst they canseverely disable a person’s ability to function in day-to-daylife. Severe anxiety and phobic disorders affect 18% of the UKpopulation. (nopanic.org.uk)

Symptoms of anxiety range from the mental and emotional –depression, having difficulty concentrating, losing patience easily– to the physical – excessive thirst, headaches, pinsand needles, and more (www.bbc.co.uk) Often the problem isself-feeding – people try to keep things under control whilstsimultaneously worrying about being anxious all the time, and thecycle goes on. Psychotherapy, medication and self help are the keytreatments for anxiety – however, as many people eitherdon’t have access to, or choose not to take, professionaltreatment, self help is the key for a majority of sufferers. ADummies book on the subject will present the facts without thejargon, and help people find the trustworthy guidance theyneed.

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