Do you fear the arrival of another panic attack?

People who have experienced panic attacks often go around with a grave sense of unease that at any moment, they will experience a major panic attack.

It’s a fear of the ultimate panic attack that would finally push them over the edge.

This leads people to make changes to their behavior in order not to do anything that might trigger a panic episode.

When people feel this way, simple daily tasks can become big challenges. Some people start to fear driving their car in traffic. Others fear leaving their safe zone or simply any situation where they have responsibilities to perform.

This state of apprehension keeps a person’s anxiety level high, leading to feelings of general anxiety.

If you are such a person I hope to put your mind at rest. Panic attacks as well as general anxiety (even when not accompanied by panic disorder) can be eliminated in simple steps regardless of how long the anxiety has been a problem.

I am speaking not just from my own personal experience but from having worked with thousands of people right around the world.

Here is an important observation:

The key difference between someone who is cured of panic attacks and those who are not is really very simple. The one who is cured is not afraid of panic attacks. I’ll try to show you how to one of these people as well.

What if I told you the trick to ending panic attacks is to want to have one!

That sounds strange but let me explain.

A simple trick to ending panic attacks is wanting to have one because the wanting causes an immediate diffusion of the anticipatory fear.

Can you have a panic attack in this very second?

No !

You know the saying “what you resist persists.” Well that saying applies perfectly to fear. If you resist a situation out of fear, the fear around that issue will persist.

How do you stop resisting?

You move directly into the path of the anxiety; by doing so it cannot persist because you process the fear out through your emotions.

Try in this very moment to have a panic attack and I will bet you cannot… Yes, I know the idea of calling on a panic attack is scary at first but play with the concept and watch what happens.

You may not realize it but you have always decided to panic. You make the choice by thinking

“This is beyond my control.”

“These scary sensations are beyond my bodies control.”

It may help if you imagine that having a panic attack is like standing on a cliff edge.

The anxiety, it seems, is pushing you closer to falling over the edge. Each time you fight back using poor coping strategies the more desperate you feel.

To be rid of the fear you must metaphorically jump. You must jump off the cliff edge and into the anxiety and fear and all the things that you fear most. How do you jump?

You jump by wanting to have a panic attack. You go about your day asking for a panic attack to appear. Your real safety is the fact that a panic attack will never harm you. That is medical fact.

You are safe, -Yes, the sensations are wild and uncomfortable, but no harm will come to you.

Your body is in a heightened state but no harm will come to you.

The jump becomes nothing more than a two inch drop! You are safe.

You always were.

Think of all the panic attacks you have had to date and come out the other end. Was there any lasting physical damage to you, other than the mounting feeling of panic?

Now you are going to approach this problem differently. You actively seek out the attack like an adventure seeker. Take the opposite approach.

YOU bring it on!!!

To Learn more about Panic Away visit: www.PanicAway.com

Here are some of the things you will learn from Panic Away…

-Learn how to be empowered and gain confidence by engaging a simple technique to defuse any panic attack.

-The four most powerful approaches to creating an enduring anxiety buffer zone (particularly useful for those who experience GAD).

-Learn to avoid making the one mistake almost everyone makes during a panic attack episode.

Here is a small sample of how the course has helped others:

…learned more from reading your program than I did from all the psychologists and other practitioners I had seen in the 25 years

I must tell you that out of all the items you can purchase regarding anxiety related products on the internet, I learned more from reading your program than I did from all the psychologists and other practitioners I had seen in the 25 years that I’ve had this condition.

I had been on Xanax and Klonopin for about 10 years, but this December, I decided to withdraw from it thinking I didn’t need the pills anymore according to some of the programs I ordered claiming “miracle cures”. That’s when all my symptoms started again. I felt as if I had wasted the past 20 years trying to get better.That’s when I started searching the web for home based “cures”. I ordered so many programs I started to get confused from too much conflicting advice. Also, I was promised support but I am still waiting replies from some of the more expensive programs!

You are a true gentleman, and I am going to post a very positive feedback on a website you might be familiar about called: Tapir?

Talk to ya, Andy

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…I DEBATED ORDERING YOUR PROGRAM BECAUSE I HAVE SPENT APPROX. $8,000 IN THE LAST 5 YEARS

, I RAN ACROSS YOUR PROGRAM SUNDAY, FEB. 5th. I DEBATED ORDERING YOUR PROGRAM BECAUSE I HAVE SPENT APPROX. $8,000 IN THE LAST 5 YEARS OF MY LIFE TRYING EVERYTHING FROM PANIC SUPPORT CLASSES, MEDICATION, COUNSELING AND THE LIST GOES ON, ALL TO RID MYSELF OF PANIC ATTACKS. SOMETHING INSIDE ME SAID, JUST KEEP TRYING, SO I DID. AFTER 5 YEARS OF OF LIVING MY LIFE WITH THE WORLD ON MY SHOULDERS I AM EXCITED TO SAY THAT I AM NOW PANIC FREE. AFTER ONE TIME OF APPLYING YOUR ONE MOVE TECHNIQUE, I AM A NEW PERSON.

ONE OF MY MANY FEARS THAT I DEVELOPED WAS DRIVING. AFTER READING YOUR PROGRAM AT 12.30 AT NIGHT I WROTE DOWN SOME QUICK NOTES FROM YOUR “ONE MOVE TECH.” I RAN OUT OF MY HOUSE AND DROVE TOWARD THE DARKEST SCARIEST ROAD WHERE NOBODY WAS NEAR BY.

THIS WOULD DEFINITLY BRING ON AN FULL PANIC ATTACK, WHICH IT DID. WHILE LETTING MYSELF FEEL THE EMOTIONS RUN THROUGH ME, I DID EXACTLY WHAT YOU TOLD ME TO DO, I WAS SCARED AS HELL BUT STOOD MY GROUND. I INSTANTLY CALMED AND EVEN TRIED TO BRING THE ATTACK BACK ON, BUT COULD NOT. I LITTERALLY LAUGHED OUT LOUD AND SAT IN MY TRUCK AMAZED. AFTER ALL THIS TIME THAT WAS ALL I HAD TO DO. THE COMPLETE OPPOSIT OF EVERYTHING THAT I WAS TOLD. THIS WHOLE WEEK I HAVE DRIVEN WHERE EVER I WANTED,AT ANY TIME OF THE DAY. I AM SO GLAD I FOUND YOUR PROGRAM.

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL YOUR RESEARCH, TIME, AND DEDICATION SO THAT PEOPLE LIKE US CAN NOW LIVE A NORMAL AND HAPPY LIFE. JACKSON CA, AARON

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…I prayed to God to show me what to do

I experienced my first panic attack in July of this year and ended up going to the hospital by ambulance thinking I was having a stroke or heart attack! I have had a bunch of attacks since then. Monday morning I awoke to an immediate attack and prayed to God to show me what to do. To make a long story short, I was led to your website but was afraid it was like the other ones where they try to sell you their products. However, your introductory information really spoke to me and I decided to take a chance. I read your book and it gave me the tools I was searching for to deal with my attacks.

I could tell immediately that you have suffered from panic attacks yourself because you spoke with authority that can only have come from having dealt with the terrors yourself. I am 42 years of age and have been noticing the psychological effects of perimenopause (one of which is panic attacks in my case). Thanks again!!

Sincerely, Cynthia

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To Learn more about Panic Away visit:

www.PanicAway.com

I encourage you to take a chance with this course. As a former sufferer I would not pretend to have a solution if I did not honestly believe it could be of great benefit to you.

Together we can get you truly back to the person you were before anxiety became an issue.

P.S. Additional bonus- I am currently offering an opportunity to have a one to one session with me so that I can ensure you get the results you need. All I ask is that should you feel the course has been of tremendous benefit to you that I add you to a database I am currently updating of success stories.

If you want to learn more about this course and how to get started right away visit:

www.PanicAway.com

Talk soon

Barry McDonagh

All material provided in these emails are for informational or educational purposes only. No content is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Consult your physician regarding the applicability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to your symptoms or medical condition.

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The Easy Way to Cure Anxiety Attacks

 

To cure anxiety attacks is to first find out what causes it. 
 
Sadly, many who want to stop anxiety attacks today do not know what it’s all about, and thus, have no idea what to do… except maybe take medicines for it.
 
Since man discovered drugs, he tended to use it for every condition he faced. He always resorted to medications whenever he wanted to find a cure for his illness or disease.
 
Medications are good, useful, beneficial, but drugs themselves are harmful when not put to the right use. One could become dependent on them, or worse, abuse them. 
 
However, to cure anxiety attacks, one can go about it without having to rely on the aid of medication.
 
That is a fact; all you need to do is find the correct information and ways to stop anxiety attacks that will work, and you will have control over your life.
 
What matters in how to cure anxiety attacks is that one must approach it on a step by step basis, knowing the rudiments of what happens during an attack will give up clues and help you come up with an exact method to take it on.
 
Take for example the symptoms of panic attacks. To the sufferer, these symptoms seem to be the most important things. But as a matter of fact, they don’t really count. 
 
Symptoms are just the body’s way of letting you know you are feeling anxious, and they are merely physical sensations. 
 
When one undergoes an anxiety attack, one seemingly could feel one’s own death approaching. And that can become very scary; but it is not fatal.
 
Symptoms that appear when anxious thoughts arise are no fun for the sufferer. But suddenly as they may appear, they can also go away as fast with the right mind set and a little training.
 
What is needed is not medication, but a simple understanding of how the symptoms of anxiety affect us and what causes anxiety itself.
 
People with anxiety disorders should realize that the power to stop anxiety attacks is already in them. All they have to do is to load up on information regarding anxiety so they may be able to understand it.
 
There are lots of free information on the net about anxiety and how to cure anxiety attacks. Sufferers need not have to pay hundreds and hundreds of dollars for treatment or medicines.
 
To deal with anxiety is no walk in the park, and people with anxiety disorders know this. To stop anxiety attacks and live life normally is what they want. 
 
As terrible as they seem, you can do without anxiety symptoms as long as you accept that these are only the products of your anxious thoughts and that they should not become a part of your daily life.  And with this you can make them go away and be able to cure anxiety attacks.
 
 
 
 
 
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Anxiety Attack Help: How to Help without Harming

 

It could be a painful and shocking experience to see a loved one or a friend having a panic attack. Naturally, you would like to help this person that you care for, and end their suffering. But do you know exactly how to give anxiety attack help?

It is inherent in all of us to try to help and ease the suffering of those in pain, especially if they are close to us. However, if we do not understand what is happening, we would not know how to respond.

This raises the concern whether the kind of help we give to try to stop panic attacks or, at the very least, just to ease its impact, would not result in harming the very person we want to help.

Panic attacks often strike from out of the blue. Its sudden nature makes it very difficult to predict and prepare for. There will come a time when you are forced to act. But are you ready?

Knowing how to give the proper anxiety attack help would benefit a loved one or a friend and help keep them away from suffering further harm.

There have been reports of anxiety disorder victims being placed in more dangerous situations because the person trying to stop panic attacks did the wrong thing—like mistaking the symptoms for an asthma attack.

An asthmatic’s inhaler contains certain ingredients that are designed to increase heart rate. Forcing a person experiencing a panic attack to inhale this could have disastrous effects.

Then there are the reports of a man in his forties who was suffering from a real heart attack, but was not taken to a hospital as his friend mistook his symptoms to be those of the usual anxiety attack: “He’ll be fine after 10 minutes,” the friend thought.

It is thus, important to do the following in order to be able to give the proper anxiety attack help:

  1. Get information regarding panic attacks. By reading everything you can about panic disorders and the symptoms of panic attacks, you will gain an understanding of the needs of a victim.
  2. Take note of the age, health, and condition of the victim. If he is someone close to you, learn his health history. This will have a bearing on how you respond. Remember, symptoms of a panic attack resemble those of a heart attack. If your friend or relative’s body cannot handle racing heartbeats, shortness of breath, and chest palpitations, there could be a very big chance it could lead to an arrest. If it is the victim’s first panic attack, bring him to a hospital immediately. It may not be a panic attack. You have to err on the side of caution here.
  3. Learn relaxation and breathing techniques. This will come in handy when trying to stop panic attacks. You will have to tell the victim to follow your instructions in order for him to calm down and manage his attacks. Remember, stress and worry open the door to anxiety attacks; and the lack of oxygen due to short rapid breaths pave the way for an attack in full swing or other health problems.
  4. Discover the triggers. Lots of times the panic attack is tied to a certain activity or place. Knowing what these are will help you steer your loved one or friend away from it—avoiding a panic attack from worsening or occurring in the first place.
  5. Be supportive. This takes a lot of patience and understanding. But what you must understand is that a person experiencing a panic attack may be confused, dazed, and terrorized. It is life or death for them, so they may be extreme. You have to reassure them that they will be fine. Presence counts.

By knowing how to give anxiety attack help, you are doing a good deed and service to your loved one or friend. But always be mindful about going overboard in trying to stop panic attacks as you might end up harming the victim.

If you feel you are not sure about what the victim may be going through, then call emergency personnel. Getting help is never wrong.

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Cure Anxiety Attacks on Your Own. Is it Possible?

Cure Anxiety Attacks – Is It Possible to Do This On Your Own?

There are so many options out there that promise to stop panic attacks that it can be completely overwhelming. So much so that people wonder if it's possible to cure anxiety attacks on their own, using self help for panic attacks. The answer to this question is yes.

There are many self help for panic attacks options out there, from the very basic to the incredibly comprehensive. And because there are so many ways to stop panic attacks, there is surely a program that will work for you. Here's a summary of a few of the different self help for panic attacks programs on the market and how they help you cure anxiety attacks on your own.

The Linden Method: This is a program that was designed by a former anxiety sufferer to cure anxiety attacks. The Linden Method is based on the "Nine Pillars" and is a completely holistic way to stop panic attacks for good. It is a written program with supplementary CDs and other bonus materials. Over 136,000 people have successfully cured anxiety attacks using this method.

Panic Away: The cornerstone of this self help for panic attacks program is the "one move method." It essentially teaches you to re-train your brain to cure anxiety attacks. The "one-move method" teaches you to prevent attacks from happening and stop panic attacks as soon as they begin. Ultimately, Panic Away users report tremendous success and find that it is able to cure anxiety attacks permanently within a few weeks.

These are just two examples of self help for panic attacks. There are literally hundreds of other programs out there. When you are looking for a way to cure anxiety attacks, use the following tips to find a program that is right for you. The best methods include some or all of the following attributes:

- Try Before You Buy. If a certain product offers a free sample of the program before you purchase the complete package, it shows confidence in the product. They believe in what they are selling and know that if you get a taste of their self help for panic attacks method, you will purchase it to cure anxiety attacks.

- Positive 3rd Party Reviews: Anyone can post positive reviews on their product website. But the premier self help for panic attacks programs on the market consistently come up on third party websites and self help forums. Before you decide on any program to cure anxiety attacks, see what other users have to say about it – good, bad or indifferent.

- Support: Many successful programs that effectively stop panic attacks were created by former sufferers, not by traditional mental health professionals. For this reason, many of the authors genuinely want to help others cure anxiety attacks because they know how devastating it is to feel the effects of stress and anxiety. There are many programs on the market that offer support for a set length of time to make sure their product works to cure anxiety attacks for good.

- Money Back Guarantee: Self help for panic attacks programs that offer a money back guarantee are a favorite. Why? Because there is no risk to the buyer. You can try the program and if you find that it isn't for you within a given time period (usually 4-8 weeks)you can get your money back. This shows good faith and confidence on the part of the program that they genuinely believe they can stop panic attacks for good.

In conclusion, it is certainly possible to cure anxiety attacks on your own using one or a combination of more than one self help for panic attacks programs. Use the tips outlined above to find the right program for you and stop panic attacks for good. 

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Xanax Alternatives to Counter Effects of Stress

Frequently when an individual is suffering from side effects of stress such as anxiety and panic attacks, a medical professional will prescribe Xanax or a similar medication. The goal is to counteract the effects of stress and "take the edge off." Unfortunately, if you aren't focusing on the definition of the stress and its causes, you are not really solving the problem.

What are some alternatives to Xanax that DO address the problem?

  1. Reducing Stress: Identify where the stress is coming from, and if possible look to eliminate it. Weigh the effects of stress on your life against the necessity of the stressor. For example: if your job is stressful, it may be impractical to eliminate it from your life. However, there are ways to counteract the effects of stress from your job without using Xanax or prescription medications.
  2. Finding Balance: Continuing with the example from above, it may help your job be less stressful if you are able to set boundaries and strike a work/life balance. The same is true for many other stressors. While you may not be able to completely eliminate them from your life, you can manage to reduce or balance them with other things that you enjoy.
  3. Relaxation Techniques: Using meditation, breathing techniques, massage, aromatherapy and many other methods, people are able to lessen the effects of stress on their lives naturally, without the assistance of Xanax or other prescription medications.
  4. Healthy Body, Healthy Mind: In many cases, the definition of stress is dependent upon an individual's state of mind. Getting the correct amount of sleep, regular exercise and a balanced diet can improve mental health by leaps and bounds. This allows an individual a significant advantage in managing the effects of stress, and is more successful in the long-term than prescription medications like Xanax.

In many situations, people suffering from effects of stress are looking for a "quick-fix" and they turn to Xanax or other prescription medications as a short term solution. Unfortunately, if they aren't focusing on the long term problem and the root of their stress, they will continue to be plagued by stress and anxiety. Xanax may help individuals mask the symptoms of anxiety and panic attacks, the drug alone is unable to provide a long term cure.

The only way to truly be free of the effects of stress like panic attacks and anxiety is to identify where the stress is coming from and learn to manage it as outlined above. 

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Definition of Anxiety – 5 Tips on How to Remove Anxiety from your Vocabulary

 Dictionary.com definition of “anxiety” is listed as follows:

–noun,plural -ties.

1. distress or uneasiness of mind caused by fear of danger or misfortune: He felt anxiety about the possible loss of his job.

2. earnest but tense desire; eagerness: He had a keen anxiety to succeed in his work.

3. Psychiatry . a state of apprehension and psychic tension occurring in some forms of mental disorder.  

Now that you know the actual definition of anxiety….panic attacks and anxiety are caused by stress and some people who can’t cope with stress often cannot cope or stop these panic attacks. People most of the time get panic attacks from some physical condition; or, these can be caused by a psychological problem, imagined or not.

In some cultures, such panic attacks are attributed to the supernatural or simply bad air. This may set alarm bells in the individual and could leave him exhausted.  

But there is no reason to despair if you don’t know the natural treatment for panic attacks.  In this contemporary world, surviving panic attacks and anxiety is a matter of having the right attitude and knowing the right methods to deal with these attacks.   

There are ways to stop them and you can learn to deal with them by following these simple steps.

Step 1:  Therapy

Recognizing these panic attacks that manifest as palpitations, sweating, nausea, etc.  

The first best thing is to look for professional help. A therapist, with his training can stop these attacks that could harm you. He will ask you background information about you and your family, your cultural background.  In other words, the therapist will first determine what caused the panic attacks. 

Fear of the dead is an example. Your therapist could ask you about your childhood experiences, positive or negative. An individual could say that during a wake as a child he was pushed into a room and was forced to kiss the hand of the dead person. A memory like this could cause you to have a panic attack even when the dead is a relative. This can turn out to be an embarrassing social problem. The therapist can diagnose this phobia by helping you face the fact that life is a cycle.  

When the cause has been identified and dealt with, you can face the problem with confidence borne out of your understanding about the cycle of life.

Step 2 – Some ways to cope with panic attacks

After sessions with your therapist, he will suggest ways of coping with panic attacks. One example is suggesting that you get the support of the family.

For such social obligation, ask relatives and friends to join you.

Step 3 – Imagining and facing reality

Before doing anything or even venturing out of one’s home, try to imagine yourself in such a situation and conditioning yourself that you can face the problem.

Step 4 – Intervention during the attack

Have a glass of tea or cold drink to help stop the attack.

Step 5 – Believe in your ability to take on the world

Each time you think you are having the attack, try to focus on yourself. Remember it is attitude that matters for you to get back your life.

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