The five step process to stop panic & anxiety attacks
The causes of panic attacks - why is this happening to me?
PART ONE : THE BODY
1. What is anxiety?
2. What can I do to relieve my anxiety state?
Ayurveda – a comprehensive approach to healing the imbalance that underlies all anxiety states.
Why has an imbalance occurred?
Restoring the balance in Ayurveda = settling Vata
Lifestyle tips for balancing Vata
A Vata-Balancing Diet
Dietary Tips for Vata
General Tips for Eating and Diet
Daily oil massage
3. How you can support your recovery with complementary medicines
Vitamins and minerals
Incense and Oils
4. Are you breathing properly?
Breathing into the Stomach
The ‘Victory’ Breath
'Humming bee' Breath
5. The Benefits of Meditation & Yoga
What are the Secrets of Effective Meditation
The Connection Between Mind and Body in Meditation
The Role of Yoga
Simple Illustrated Yoga Routine
PART TWO : THE MIND
6. The Mind Rules, OK?
7. How the brain maintains anxiety states and how it stops them
8. Practical ways to deal with anxiety states, panic and worry
Dealing with anxiety and panic attacks
Dissociative states - depersonalisation and derealisation
Dealing with worry
9. On the road to recovery
Setbacks & short-circuiting anxiety in the future
Some tips & reminders for everyday
10. Insomnia - letting it go
11. From a spiritual perspective
14. Moving on out of the shadow
15. Step by Step Detailed Action Plan
Ayurvedic Body/Mind Type Test - is your basic constitution Vata, Pitta or Kapha?
The Six Tastes
General Tips for Settling Aggravated Pitta
General Tips for Settling Aggravated Kapha
Your book was a real eye-opener for me - I totally relate to being a Vata type, so understanding that has been incredibly useful. Reading the book was like having a really wise and compassionate friend by my side. Thank you so much! ~ Bonnie, Australia
Jude’s understanding and compassion shine through every word of this book. She has made what seemed so overwhelming and impossible to deal with something that I now feel optimistic about tackling and that in itself has helped me feel better. She covers everything that you need to know in order to recover, with lots of practical tips and an action plan. I suspect I’m going to refer to this book many times over the coming years. ~ Sarah, U.K.