To understand a panic disorder, someone must first walk the proverbial mile in your shoes. Anxiety is not always brought about by the same things, nor can it be treated using simple methods.
While seeking information online about panic disorders and anxiety, I managed to find a pearl: search for panic help zone, it contains links to helpful information, forum posts, reviews on products and good advice for people suffering from this affliction.
Nobody should want to be shackled to having to take a pill that is only treating the symptoms, and not the actual cause of the issues that bring about an anxiety attack. You are then subject to any and all side effects the pills contain while treating a mere symptom of something that should be able to just be fixed altogether.
In understanding why you get panic attacks, comes the knowledge to be rid of them. Get to the root of the problem. Some people are better able to express themselves through writing, and often do not see the problems they are facing until the black and white words are glaring at them from a page or a computer screen. Still your feelings, but able to be expressed by being expunged through writing or typing.
Anxiety is frustrating at the best of times, it can cause unlimited issues in every kind of relationship with other people, friendship, romantic, and job related… leaving you with only animal companions who sense your feelings and are there to help heal you with their unconditional love. If you’re able to have a pet and do not own one, and you have the time to devote to the responsibility of one, don’t overlook the love they can give and the healing balm it is to have a furry head on your lap as you go through a rough time. People can get busy, but a pet is always there for you. Continue reading
Phalaborwa is situated in the Limpopo province. It is a small town with a close knit community, but is exceptionally beautiful. One of the best things about this little town is that it does not feature a cinema. This is great because it gives you no choice but to enjoy the raw, natural beauty during your South Africa holidays.
Phalaborwa is right next door to the Kruger National Park, and is in fact the only town in SA that borders the Kruger Park. It really is a wild place; in the evenings the wild pigs roam the streets as do other wild animal like baboons. There is bush all around this pretty little town and you really get the whole “back to nature” feeling here. Now, as mentioned earlier, there is no cinema, but there are the usual SA style take-out restaurants like KFC, Spur and a pizza parlour. However, if you are in the mood for finer dining, then there are a few hotels in the area that offer some of the best cuisine around, like some really interesting game meats. Crocodile, anyone?
The climate is quite agreeable all year round with the winters reaching a low of 11 degrees at night and 24 degrees during the day, while in the summer time it ranges between 20 and a scorching 47 degrees during the day. It stays humid almost 100% of the time and the area has very little rainfall.
Phalaborwa is originally a mining town. The Palabora Mining Company is still there today. The humongous mining mine is almost 2000 meters wide, and is Africa’s biggest manmade hole. It is still operational.
There are a whole lot of different game farms and private reserves in and around the area, all within a day’s drive and visit. Some of these reserves feature hotels and one even has an amazing golf range, with accommodation dotted around the course. It’ is very beautiful. This hotel is called the Hans Merensky Hotel and Spa and allows day visitors at the hotel for dinner or to enjoy a round of golf, or even just to sit at one of the stunning bars on the grounds and simply enjoy the quiet, peaceful atmosphere.