Are you an excessive worrier? Dr. Rayel offers first aid tips
May 02, 2014 – Are you a worrier? Do you often expect the worse outcome of every situation? If so Dr. Michael G. Rayel, author of the Shrink video and book series, offers first aid tips. In his latest book First Aid Tips for Anxiety: 4 crucial steps to overpower anxiety, he offers practical solutions for individuals afflicted with excessive worry. “I’m happy to release this book. Many individuals who suffer from anxiety should benefit from it,” Dr. Rayel says. Anxiety, a debilitating disabling medical illness, affects many individuals around the globe. Aside from excessive worry, it presents with physical symptoms such as impaired sleep, muscle tension, chest heaviness, restlessness, and poor concentration. As the second book of Dr. Rayel’s Shrink series, it offers updated, relevant information on anxiety and provides practical first aid tips on how to deal with it.“Excessive anxiety is a serious illness. If left unrecognized and untreated, it typically worsens and results in functional decline. It’s very important to recognize it early on. And useful interventions should be applied right away,” Dr. Rayel adds. In this book, Dr. Rayel reintroduces the CARE approach as early intervention for anxiety. A four-step process, CARE approach describes how to recognize anxiety, what psychiatric disorders to consider as possible causes, and how you can address it. Dr. Rayel, a board certified psychiatrist, has written a number of books and educational games and products. First Aid Tips for Anxiety — now available on Amazon, Smashwords, and other online bookstores — is part of his Shrink video and book series on psychiatric disorders and mental health issues. For details, visit www.drrayel.com.
Dr. Michael G. Rayel Author. Entrepreneur. Psychiatrist