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Online anxiety support group introduces new feature

July 11, 2011
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Carlsbad, Calif. — One of the most popular online social anxiety forums AnxietyTribe.com has announced that it has provided a Health News Section in their Social Anxiety Forum site.

The News section comprises of three subcategories namely General Health News, Anxiety News and Mental Health News. All the three sections are updated regularly based on the latest announcements made in these sections.

It offers help for the members of the tribe and all those living with anxiety as they can keep in constant touch with the latest happening in the related fields and keep themselves updated.

“Our Health News Section is extremely beneficial for our tribe members as they can easily keep themselves fully updated about the latest happenings in the related fields,” said founder of AnxietyTribe.com, Ryan FitzGerald. “It is important for all those living with anxiety and related mental disorders to collect as much information about the disorder as possible. It helps them to initiate self help therapies.”

Besides providing a Health News Section, the website also provides several other features in their website. Other interesting sections of the popular online social anxiety forum include Health information, Browse, Gallery, Games and Media Section.

All these section offer an array of interesting features that can keep the users busy and occupied for hours. Owing to a wide variety of remarkably attention-grabbing features, this online Anxiety Support Group is immensely popular amongst several online users especially those living with anxiety disorder.

“Anxiety is a mental disorder that affects the thinking process of an individual making him or her suffer in loneliness. Therefore it is very important for all those living with anxiety to keep their minds fully occupied with recreational activities and keep all unwanted thoughts at bay,” added FitzGerald. “This is why we have provided numerous interesting features in our online Anxiety Support Group to help our group members.”

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