Is Any Of This Experience Familiar To You?
- Maybe you found yourself in the hospital’s ER because you thought you were having a heart attack only to be told later it was anxiety?
- Do you ever fear you might stop breathing because your chest feels tight and your breathing erratic?
- When you drive do you fear the idea of getting stuck in traffic, on a bridge or at red lights?
- Do you ever feel nervous and afraid you might lose control or go insane?
- Have you struggled with anxious thoughts that will not stop?
- Do you ever feel uncomfortable in enclosed spaces such as supermarkets, cinemas, public transport or even sitting at the hair dressers?
- Are you nervous and on edge in normal situations that never bothered you before?
Do You Feel Any Of The Following Bodily Sensations?
- Dizzy spells leading to panic
- Tightness in throat and chest- shortness of breath
- Racing heart with tingle sensations
- Hot flushes followed by waves of anxiety
- Obsessive worries and unwanted thoughts
- Not feeling connected to what is going on around you
- Overwhelming fear that the anxiety will push you over the edge?
- There is one key factor that makes the difference between those who fully eliminate panic attacks from their lives and those who do not. The key ingredient is not medication, lifestyle changes, or relaxation exercises. It is when the individual no longer fears the thought of having a panic attack..
- This may seem like a simplified and obvious observation but give it careful consideration. The one thing that has you searching for a solution to anxiety and panic attacks this very moment is the fear of having another one.
- The first time a person experiences a panic attack it can feel like their world is falling down around them. Nowhere feels safe as the anxiety becomes like a stalker lurking in the background… The stalker? A panic attack!
- When this happens people begin to either avoid situations that make them anxious or they medicate themselves to the point where they are numb to the fear. I am sure you will agree neither of the above is a satisfactory solution.
There is only one program “Panic Away” that gives you the ability to immediately stop fearing another panic attack. It is very simple yet amazingly effective. Here is how it works:
- After a person experiences a panic attack for the first time, the experience can be so impacting that it leaves a strong imprint on the persons psyche. This mental imprint generates a cycle or loop of anxiety whereby the person develops an unhealthy fear of having another panic attack. People can spend anywhere from months to years caught in this repetitive cycle of anxiety embodied in the fear of a panic attack.