Therapist Within Releases a Free Amygdala Deficit Disorder Test

New free test can help those who suffer from anxiety related disorders evaluate health of the emotional brain or amygdala and get information on how to heal it.
The Therapist Within
The Therapist Within
April 17, 2010 - PRLog -- Those who suffer from anxiety-related disorders may be suffering from Amygdala Deficit Disorder (AmDD) according to Cindy Cooke, author of From Turmoil to Tranquility.  "It would also be accurate to call it 'Unhealthy Amygdala Disorder,'" says Cooke, "but people seem to understand and relate to the term AmDD a bit better."

The amygdala, a small, almond-shaped organ burried deep within the brain (there are two of them, one on each side), is responsible not only for emotional well-being, but also for such critical functions as keeping us alive, alerting us to danger, healthy relationships and making decisions.  

Those suffering from the severe form of this disorder may experience any or all of the following symptoms:  frequent panic attacks, obsessions, racing thoughts, chronic insomnia, phobias, severe anxiety, PSTD, abusive relationships, physical illnesses, a variety of addictions and frequent life crises.  

The milder form may include moderate insomnia, over reliance on the expertise and opinions of others,  co-dependence, difficulty making decisions, need to control, stress, lack of intuition and empathy.  Some people may experience only one symptom, where others may experience virtually all of them in differing degrees of severity.

Those who are interested in finding out if they have AmDD and how to treat it can get further information or take the free test at

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Educates the public on the role of the amygdala (emotional brain) in anxiety disorders, how restore it to health. Includes a paradigm shift - Mental Health Myths that Mess Up Your Mind - a Free Amygdala Deficit Disorder Quiz, book, tapes & teleseminars.
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