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Understanding anxiety and managing it without drugs

How ill health causes anxiety in normal people - and that the reverse is also true (for example when raised anxiety levels suppress the immune system).

We live in an anxious age. Panic attacks, social anxiety, post traumatic stress disorders (PTSD), phobias, psychosexual problems, obsessional compulsive disorders (OCD) and anxiety related to work, money, health, surgery, childbirth, terror threats and death are a problem for many. Prolonged anxiety makes us all susceptible to a wide range of mental disorders and physical illness. It is therefore essential that health and welfare professionals have the knowledge and skills to reduce anxiety in people quickly - so they can offer more effective treatment and care.


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Date and Time:

26 September 2012 at 9:30 am


Full Day



Old Dining Hall, Hulme Hall
University of Manchester
Oxford Place Victoria Park
M14 5RR
0161 275 0206

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Human Givens College
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