The most effective treatment for a nervous breakdown

Part 1, Part 2

In part 1 of this article we looked at ways to deal with the symptoms of your nervous breakdown, as part of my three step plan to get you back on the road to recovery. 

Here, I'm going to show you how you can start to address the potential causes of your current situation, and together we'll explore some of the ways that you can prevent a breakdown from occurring again.

If you've landed here first, do make sure you check out the first part of this article for really important information about managing the symptoms of a nervous breakdown. 

B - Dealing with the causes of your meltdown

Always been anxious?

Chris Bayliss is a health researcher and nutrition expert specialising in the treatment of anxiety. He cured himself from anxiety!

Discover how his method can help you too...

What happened prior to your becoming sick?  I suspect anything from personal, relationship and familial problems to work-related stress or any type of trauma. I cover it all on my site, as all of those problems have an impact on your relationship or marriage.

You can get immediate Online Advice and Support from an Expert.

... or read on for my personal and professional recommendations for self-hypnosis downloads.

1. General stresses and strains

Without a doubt self-hypnosis and meditation are the best!

With meditation too you'll get better, calmer, happier over time. In fact - in can be life-changing.

Watch the video below if you are interested in mediation and watch Jon Kabbath-Zin explain its benefits.

2. Relationship or marital problems

This is without a doubt a major factor in the development of a nervous breakdown. However, regardless of the outcome, you're more likely to recover faster from this. Take immediate action though!

Visit my page:
How to Save Your Marriage (Long-Term Relationship) or
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3. Always been anxious, nervous or stressed?

Have you always been a bit of a worrier? Do you live with the constant presence of anxiety and perhaps even panic?

Chris Bayliss, a medical researcher and nutrition specialist, was too. He visited all the doctors, had all the pills, but eventually cured himself. He is now an expert in the treatment of anxiety and panic. Have a look at my review of his formula for Overcoming Anxiety and Panic for good.

How can you stop a meltdown in its tracks?

You really can do things to give yourself the best possible chance of preventing a nervous breakdown.

Ready? Here are my first two steps:

  1. Stop expanding your boundaries, meaning always thinking you can add the next thing and the next to your already full diary. Whether that is because you want to be liked or you just can't resist an 'exiting' offer. There's a limit to what you/your body can take.
  2. Learn to say: "NO". Start with saying that you need time to think about a request, because you always want to be able to give 100% and you're not sure you can at the moment.

There's more...

Calm scenery of a lakesidePeace and calm will return

C - Dealing with your life-style to prevent a recurrence

Oh, how I know how difficult it can be to make the required changes!

First of all, I just want you to stop feeling guilty. I know it's easier said than done, but guilt and shame are good only for you to realise when you truly have intended and done harm to others. In which case it's a signpost - time to make amends and take a different route. Other than that - it's wasted energy and you're so desperately in need of that energy.

Secondly, you will want to make the most of the energy you still have! I just want you to make a start today in sorting your life out.

Talk to an Online Expert Counsellor today, or get the one, well-researched system that will help you rid yourself of all the anxiety and panic.

Make yourself more resilient

I'm sure that you are well-aware that winding yourself up about all kinds of things isn't doing you any good. It's understandable and normal if it concerns things that have happened fairly recently. But... if it concerns stuff that happened years ago, you need to take another fresh look at your map, because you need start going down a different road right now!

Watch the video for some essential and reassuring info. Learn how you can very simply change how you use your brain to help you become more resilient.

Just make sure you get the general drift. Don't worry about the difficult stuff...

Now have a look again at this bundle of guidance and help that will take you from feeling helpless to being in control again.

You can do it! You can reclaim you life, be in control and happy again.

Part 1, Part 2

Related articles

Other helpful links

Wikipedia: Mental breakdown
BBC and Mind Wellbeing Guide (PDF)

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