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How to Stop Anxiety Attack Symptoms

January 17, 2012

Let me take you on a bit of a journey to show you that you are not alone in your fight against anxiety attacks and generalised anxiety, and to provide you with a really powerful solution to put you on the right track to cure anxiety attacks and get your life back.

To begin with, watch the following video to see if it sounds like what you are going through:

Does the video highlight a situation you have found yourself in? Did you feel uneasy or anxious just from watching this video? Don’t be concerned if you did – this is completely normal and expected.

CLICK HERE to visit the Panic Away website to learn more about the program.

Even though I have leaned to control my own anxiety attacks, I can honestly say that every time I watch this presentation I can still feel a pang of unease, as if off in the distance, as it reminds me all too well of the horrifying experiences I have had with anxiety attack symptoms.

Take a look at the header of my site, right at the top of the page. What does it say?

“Knowledge Is Your Weapon Against Panic”

Through my own personal experience I can tell you with hand-on-heart that this statement is the absolute truth. Yes, many people will need the aid of medication at least for a while to get their mind and body in the right place so that they can take on the new information and apply it, but I am telling you now that understanding anxiety attacks, their causes, how they actually manifest themselves, what they actually are and how they affect your physiology, and most importantly how you can defeat them, is the most important thing you must do to overcome anxiety attacks.

Some people like myself who have a chemical imbalance in the brain require some level of medication long term. But medication alone can not cure the problem. I know, because I have been on medication for years!

Over time, what has absolutely been the key to my recovery is knowledge and understanding. You need to truly get inside the problem, truly understand it and spend time reflecting on it in order to come to the conclusions you need to beat this thing and to cure anxiety attacks. Now I know this sounds all very new age and fluffy. But I can assure you it is not. I am a logical and intelligent person. I never give up on any problem I encounter, and this was no different with my anxiety attack symptoms. But in order to get to the point where you can start working on the problem, you truly need to understand it and how to beat it.

Let me tell you about an information product called Panic Away. Panic Away contains the basic, yet powerful, knowledge that one should have about panic and anxiety attacks, as well as complete descriptions of symptoms and possible causes. Most importantly, it teaches you proven methods to cure anxiety attacks and get your life back. The author, Barry Joe McDonagh, looks carefully at all the risk factors that can expose one person more than another to experience anxiety attack symptoms and identifies links between daily life and these debilitating episodes.

What the product does in 147 pages is ultimately provide solutions for all people that are suffering from anxiety attacks who believe there is no hope or no way out. Let me be very clear here. I have spent a long time understanding anxiety attacks – both through my own experiences and through a culmination of months of research in medical, psychological and behavioral disciplines. Panic Away is by far the most comprehensive, structured and successful body of work I have ever found on the subject of anxiety attack symptoms and most importantly, how to manage and cure anxiety attacks.

I have often thought of writing my own book on anxiety attacks and generalised anxiety disorders as I believe I have a lot of knowledge to offer sufferers (as I was once in the same situation) and I know how to short-cut the learning curve and put people on the path to recovery. To be completely honest, the one reason stopping me from sitting down and putting pen to paper is Panic Away. It is so good, and covers so much valuable material I would have written anyway, that there is no need for me to write my own work.

Instead I started this blog to help people understand anxiety attacks, and most importantly to promote Panic Away to suffers because IT WORKS. It is the best program I have found anywhere on how to cure anxiety attacks. Period. Check out all the testimonials from people that have been helped by Panic Away by visiting their website.

Let’s take a look at another video of an anxiety attack situation:

How about that one? Is that a situation you can resonate with?

In a practical sense, the author of panic away takes you through an entire day in a normal life of an anxiety attack sufferer. He investigates all the major fears you are experiencing and explains to you, step-by-step, how to deal with each and ultimately how to beat anxiety attacks.

The book also refers to phobias and shows some case studies to confirm the fact that the program actually works.

I think a closer look at the Panic Away program might be helpful for you, so let’s do that now.

The first part of the book lists out real-world causes and risk factors that can determine the extent to which a person suffers from anxiety attacks. The author then takes every one of these cases, and explains how it can effect anxiety attack sufferers and how to avoid critical stress factors. This is an excellent place to start arming yourself with knowledge as your weapon against anxiety attacks.

After this brief introduction, the author gets straight into step-by-step, proven procedures to control and beat anxiety attacks.

Step one teaches the anxiety attack sufferer how to build self trust and how to eradicate the basis of an anxiety attack. This is very important indeed. Most explanations include excellent examples to illustrate the important points and every term is explained closely so that you can understand what you really need to know.

You must understand, as a critical step, that every aspect of an anxiety attack is part of a fear cycle. The author goes to great lengths to explain just waht this means and how every symptom you experience is linked to each other which creates the power of an anxiety attack. Most importantly, Barry Joe McDonough expertly shows you just how to disrupt this circle – how to finally be free!

The next tier of learning and beating anxiety attack symptoms is acceptance. Though it might sound fairly untrue, it is actually possible and absolutely necessary to accept what you are going through in order to cure anxiety attacks. This is one of the most important aspects (in my experience) to recovering from a panic disorder. Don’t believe the hype of others though – this is not an easy thing to do.

Luckily, the Panic Away program presents a proven formula to achieving just that – full acceptance. It is actually the same formula I discovered through extensive research and I can tell you now that it worked for me! If only I would have known about Panic Away first, I would have saved myself a lot of heartache for sure!

Once a person accepts what is happening, he takes total control over his body, and this step helps you to do that, and also to prevent anxiety attacks from happening to you in the future.

Step three of Panic Away reveals the fact that perseverance is the key to success, and in regressions, there is always progress. Yep, even if you regress in your self-treatment (and you will!) you must understand that you are actually progressing. Sounds counter intuitive but it is true – and this section of the program expertly explains why and how to use this fact to your advantage and leverage your recovery progress.

Again, every detail is explained for you to understand exactly what is going on and exactly what you need to do. This chapter shows every symptom, for every sign of regression, and even how to cope with some things that might sound easy to others, like going to sleep, but I know from experience can be extremely difficult for an anxiety attack sufferer.

The simple and effective technique that the author uses is very easy to apply, does not cost you any money, and you can do it every night before going to sleep.

What I find great about the program is the constant use of real world case studies in the fight to stop anxiety attacks. I always learn faster when I can see real examples, and the author of this program clearly understands that many other people learn better in this way as well. It is also helpful as you will be constantly saying to yourself ‘hey, that sounds just like me!’. This provides very powerful support to help you get through this.

Now, don’t just think that this is as simple as step one two and three. The steps that you are willing to take are very hard to accomplish, and as the author says, trust is most important in such a situation.

But what about the book, does it actually work?

The answer is a simple yes and no. Why? Because, what works for some, may not work for others. However this book uses the best top five techniques I know of to learn how to control your anxiety attacks, and to eventually beat them altogether. You can be sure that you will no longer be afraid of having anxiety attack symptoms after going through this program, and to me that is priceless!

Panic Away provides a very detailed procedure on how to rid yourself of anxiety attacks and how to continue your life like a normal person.

This program is terrific if you are already in some form of therapy or not. If you go to therapy it can be of real assistance to use at home, because you will learn something new about how to keep your body in your own hands, and it may also reinforce what you are learning at therapy. If you are going this alone, this is a great guide too as it contains absolutely everything you need to cure yourself of anxiety attacks.

Remember, knowledge is your weapon against anxiety.

As the author clearly states up front, what may work very well for some may not work for others. All I can say is this is the best program I have ever read on treating anxiety attacks (and trust me, I have read a lot of them) – you just have to try every chance that you have to control your anxiety attacks.

CLICK HERE to visit the Panic Away website to learn more about the program.

Self Help For Anxiety – Can You Treat Yourself?

January 17, 2012

There are two main ways for undertaking self help for anxiety for anxiety attacks.

The first is to stick to an effective therapy method administered by a specialist who you have sessions with. This will help you learn how to control your anxiety so that you can be ready to tackle future attacks head on.

The second way to help yourself through a panic attack is to apply everything that you learned in these therapy sessions on your own. Let’s face it – your therapist can’t be with you 24 hours a day, so at some point you are going to have to take your recovery into your own hands.

Here are a few steps that can guide you:

  • Do not get scared- if you get scared when a anxiety attack is happening to you, you will only make it worst, by adding extra fear into your blood. Think that you are fine, nothing is going to happen because from a physical sense – a anxiety attack can’t hurt you. It really can’t!
  • Breathe – remember to breathe properly to regulate your heart beats and to sit down as fast as possible or hold on to something while breathing to give a psychotic sense of safety. If you get nervous and walk around you can make it worse by increasing your activity and fueling the attack through the physical stimulus. So stay put, this way you will convince your body that there is nothing to run from
  • Calm yourself – if you tell yourself that everything is fine, that nothing is going to happen, and you act like that, your brain will believe it over time and it will stop sending impulses to the adrenalin glands. This will take some time to achieve, but unfortunately there are no short paths on your road to recovery.

Basically, the things that you have to do to help yourself get through a anxiety attack is to learn how to control it and then apply what you have learned by actually practicing controlling it. It may seem couter intuative (and really scary!) but when you are training yourself to cope with anxiety attacks, you actually want to experience as many as you can so you can have lots of practice!

You can also, drink less coffee, alcohol and to reduce your stress levels to try and avoiding a anxiety attack.

Sleep is also very important, so whenever you can, try to get as much sleep as possible and enjoy yourself in an optimistic way. Pessimistic thoughts are not good for an anxious mind.

I am a recovered anxiety attack victim. I have seen the worst of it (as you will understand if you spend some time reading other articles on this site!). The best piece of advice I can give to an anxiety attack sufferer is to find a therapy that works for you, and to stick to it. Trust in your treatment and in time you will start to see the light!

The best treatment I can recommend at this time can be found by clicking here.

Symptoms of anxiety attack: How do I get rid of this feeling?

January 17, 2012

An anxiety attack is a state in which a person manifests all the symptoms of being in danger, accompanied with an excessive adrenalin rush.

The adrenalin glands are located above the kidneys, and have the role to relish adrenalin whenever the body is in danger. The increased adrenalin level in the blood makes the body work faster, think faster and react faster if it is found in a dangerous situation. Adrenalin can allow people to raise 200kg with no effort, pick up cars to free a trapped child or even many times faster than usual. It truly is a powerful substance!

The adrenalin is the one that increases the blood flow by rapid beats and thus improving human body performance. But, in the case of an anxiety attack, the body releases adrenaline essentially in error. This creates a state in which the body is shaking, the heart beats very fast, the body sweats all over, breathing becomes restricted, the person feels dizzy and even like they are going to die! Of course, although symptoms of anxiety attack can make you feel like you may be having a heart attack, this is not the case at all!

It is very difficult to treat such cases, and if you are not a sufferer imagine that these people feel like they are above a cliff in which they are about to fall. It feels very real, and it is difficult to convince the body that it’s not true when it sees the bottom of the abyss. I can tell you this from personal experience – I suffered from symptoms of anxiety attacks for a long time

Let me tell you that the road to recovery can be difficult, but great achievements can come by determination.

But more important than even determination is knowledge – and the right information is essential if you are to cure yourself of this terrible disorder.

The best information I have read on curing anxiety attacks can be found by clicking here.

Driving Anxiety – A Form of Agoraphobia?

January 17, 2012

Driving anxiety usually occurs in people that have suffered a traumatic experience while driving, such as being involved in a car accident. In such patients, the most important treatment is therapy. Even special devices have been invented for such patients that can help one to create a realistic representation of driving in order to practice learned coping mechanisms in a safe environment.

Driving anxiety is really a form of agoraphobia, which is a very common experience for people who suffer from generalized anxiety or panic attacks. Agoraphobia is basically the fear of experiencing a panic attack while in a setting that offers no easy way of escaping. A very common example is experiencing panic attacks on airplanes due to the simple fact that one is scared they may have a panic attack on an air plane. It is true that fear is often the catalyst of fear – actually incorporating this knowledge into a tool that can help you actually diffuse a panic attack is a much harder process.

Agoraphobia is a harsh and unpleasant disorder (I know, I have suffered from it – I was terrified of airplanes for fear of having a panic attack!). The way agoraphobia is usually brought on is through experiencing a panic attack in a certain setting (such as a supermarket, airplane or a bathroom). Your mind may then associate that particular setting with the place that you have panic attacks. In doing this, whenever you go to the same place (or for some people, even think about that place) you are likely to bring on another panic attack. Again, this is Fear building Fear.

Driving anxiety is very similar in this regard. If you have had a traumatic experience in a car such as an accident or the onset of a panic attack, your mind may uncontrollably associate being in a car (or actually driving a car) with panic attacks. Driving a car can trigger a particularly powerful agoraphobic response as it is inherently a dangerous activity. The fear that you may lose control during a panic attack can make this sensation, and thus the likelihood of another panic attack occurring, much greater.

I am a panic attack survivor. I have not only experienced possibly the worst physical manifestations of panic possible, I have learned all I can about this complex disorder – and I have beaten it. If you are serious about getting your life back, you owe it to yourself to check out this site.

How to Deal with Anxiety Attacks

January 17, 2012

Trying to deal with panic attacks can be a very difficult task because the feeling of an attack can be very overwhelming! Panic can make you feel very on edge, irritable, and even paranoid and those feelings can often slowly take over how you live your life. I suffered from panic attacks for years where I had numerous emergency room bills from constantly going in because I thought something was physically wrong with me. Whatever the personal down fall you are dealing with when it comes to panic and panic attacks, just know that you do not have to live out the rest of your life with these issues.

How does a person really know they have gotten rid of the unneeded stress and panic from their lives? The key to overcoming it is to truly eliminate the fear of even having a panic attack in the first place. A doctor or other medical professional will try to prescribe you medication because they claim the chemicals in the drug help create positive chemical changes within your body too. However, medicines are not your only choice when it comes to overcoming them. In fact, learning behavioural modification techniques is your true key to freedom from panic.

Your brain does some pretty spectacular things and when a person is experiencing a panic attack a part of their brain becomes very active. Now you can see why someone would like to know how to deal with panic attacks and rid them out of their lives all together. When a panic attack comes on you can become a completely different person and it is not usually for the better. So far nothing that I have said about having panic has sounded “fun”, has it? That is because there is nothing fun about having panic and if you are reading this you are probably one of the thousands of people trying to overcome this battle.

You can start waking up in the morning with a beam of confident glowing from your body. Panic can put you through some pretty negative things but in truth, panic can often teach us numerous things. Coping and dealing with panic and panic attacks is something tons of people are struggling with and you can finally get access to something that will help you make those first few steps. The One Step Technique was developed by a man who had suffered from panic and panic attacks for over 30 years! Once he was able to overcome panic attacks he realized the way it changed his life, and wanted to share it with the world!

Since then he has been helping thousands of people defeat panic and changed their life for the better. It is not just one of those online sales gimmicks either because the testimonials provided on the website will make you want to instantly begin the program. The point is that whatever method you use, there are ways to rid panic attacks from your life. To see what the technique can do for you why not check out their website.

Natural Cures For Anxiety – What Should You Use?

January 17, 2012

Are you one of the thousands of people who have experienced anxiety or panic attacks? If you have ever felt like one day you might just lose it and go insane then getting this under control is important. Before you make a doctor appointments to get medication why not consider utilizing the natural cures for anxiety first. Anxiety can cause dizziness, hot flashes, obsessive worries, and even get your heart racing. Luckily you can stop all of these daunting symptoms and put an end to all the suffering for good.

The truth is that most of the people who suffer from anxiety and panic attacks have already tried every program, book and supplement out there to help them out. Natural cures for anxiety have been used for centuries by people all over the globe and eliminate the need to put potentially harmful supplements and medications into our bodies.

Barry Jo McDonagh used to suffer from anxiety for years and it even began taking over his life. He found the best natural ways to eliminate all of the stress and worry from his life and then developed a pretty cool program to share his findings with anyone who wanted to learn. The most important thing that you need to remember when starting the natural ways to cure anxiety is to eliminate the fear of having another panic attack. If you can’t do this then you never really will truly let go of your anxiety or fear.

When you start to feel an attack or think you are feeling an attack then it actually sets off a full cycle of symptoms that can be very difficult for people to handle. By taking on your fear and anxiety then you can slowly start to control your attacks and inevitably end them. Whatever tool you decide to use to end your symptom cycle, remember that you will have to really work to end them. No one enjoys feeling anxious, scared and in constant worry so why continue to suffer?

If you are ready to rid your life of stress and worry then you have to take advantage of the One Step Technique developed by former anxiety sufferer Barry Jo McDonagh. If you have just five minutes to spare he can show you how to take advantage of the natural ways to cure your anxiety and starting living a better life today. If you are not comfortable at the moment with the idea of medications, then this program could very well be the thing that gets you back on track.

Next time your chest feels like it is caving it or your heart feels like it can pump out of your chest remember how good it felt before those symptoms. Check out this one step technique if you want to rid your life of anxiety and panic attacks.