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?
Causes of Panic Attacks:
Activity in the sympathetic nervous system increases our heartbeat rate, speeds up the blood flow throughout the body, ensures
all areas are well supplied with oxygen and that waste products are removed. This happens in order to prime the body for action.
A fascinating feature of the “fight or flight” mechanism is that blood (which is channeled from areas where it is currently not needed by a tightening of the blood vessels) is brought to areas where it is urgently needed.
One of the scariest effects of a panic attack is the fear of suffocating or smothering. It is very common during a panic attack to feel tightness in the chest and throat. I’m sure everyone can relate to some fear of losing control of your breathing. From personal experience, anxiety grows from the fear that your breathing itself would cease and you would be unable to recover. Can a panic attack stop our breathing? No.
How to overcome this panic attack ?
The “Panic Away” Program: Proof At Last that Panic Attacks and Anxiety Can be Eliminated For Good!
Panic Away is a Natural Technique To Help Stop Panic Attacks and General Anxiety Fast
Panic Away has been proved to eliminate anxiety and Panic Attacks with a formula that, as far as we know, is not repeated elsewhere. Most other treatment courses offer some very good information but fail to deliver on the critical component, which is a reliable technique that will stop panic attacks for good. By all means try other courses if you wish but bear in mind we have testimonials on files of many happy clients who have purchased other programs before at higher prices only to get mediocre results.
Panic Away treats the panic attacks (anxiety attacks) and then shows you how to deal with the general anxiety or GAD as it sometimes called. General anxiety takes slightly longer to treat as it involves a process of bringing your bodies anxiety level back to normal often after years of high anxiety. Expect to see big improvements with general anxiety within three to four weeks. So the answer is a definitive YES. If you only experience general anxiety the course is for you too.
This One Technique Can Be Applied Anytime, Anywhere
It does not rely on outdated anxiety techniques such as ‘deep breathing’, positive affirmations, or distraction.
It takes seconds to implement wherever you are, -at home, at work or out socializing with friends.
This technique is not NLP or hypnosis. It is an advanced cognitive technique born from traditional psychology that everyone can apply regardless of how long the anxiety has been present.
After reading this information you will be able to immediately have confidence to tackle any of the big stresses you may have been putting off e.g. driving, air travel, interviews etc.