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6 Steps to Ending Panic Attacks and Anxiety, Without Medication




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                     PANIC AWAY STOP PANIC ATTACKS NATURALLY




         Panic Away – Stop Panic Attacks Naturally
         6 Steps to Ending Panic Attacks and Anxiety, Without Medication

Introduction

Inside this report, you will learn:

   1. How to Cope With Panic Attacks. If you suffer from panic attacks, then you
      understand the sheer fear that you face in the moment of an attack. Feeling
      powerless to stop it is one of the worst parts. Even if you despair that this
      constraint has become a part of you, take heart. With knowledge and practice,
      you can be free of the fear of another panic attack.|


   2. Five Strategies for Coping with Anxiety. Looking for a job - a tough feat in
      any field can be even harder when the economy is down. Good marketing can
      set you apart from other candidates if you know how to properly promote
      yourself.


   3. Fighting Anxiety without Medication: If you're one of the millions who
      struggle with anxiety, the good news is that you can feel better, even without
      medication. No matter how long you've had anxiety, you can do something
      about it. When you apply both mental and physical techniques to getting
      better, you'll soon find that you - not your anxiety - are the one in control!


   4. Discovering Your Self-Worth Despite Challenging Circumstances. Does life
      seem to be a struggle for you? Do you feel overwhelmed and frustrated much of
      the time? Do you wish you could experience something better? Fortunately,
      you can enjoy the exciting life you deserve.


   5. Four Tips to Avoid Depression during the Winter Months. When the
      weather is cold and the skies are dark and cloudy, it's easier to feel down and
      despondent. If you struggle with gloomy feelings during the winter, it's good to
      know that there's help and hope available to you without a prescription
      depression drug.




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   6. Learning Deep Breathing Strategies to Control Anxiety.


   7. You can learn to control your anxiety with simple deep
      breathingtechniques. When you breathe deeply and fully, your body stays calm.
      You may still be a bit tense, but your relaxed breathing can protect you from an
      anxiety attack.


How to Cope With Panic Attacks
If you suffer from panic attacks, then you understand the sheer fear that you face in the
moment of an attack. Feeling powerless to stop it is one of the worst parts. Even if
you despair that this constraint has become a part of you, take heart.

You can learn to cope with, reduce, alleviate, and perhaps even eliminate your panic
attacks for good! There are specific actions steps you can take to help you overcome
this challenge.

Where Do You Start?

You can learn a lot about panic attacks simply by studying why they occur. You can
also try to discover the root of your panic attacks. Keep in mind that you should
always seek help from your physician.

Panic exists because it's a way for you to deal with a threatening situation. When you're
in danger, your body releases adrenaline that enables you to think and move quickly in
order to escape the threat.

Panic attacks occur when you find yourself reacting to a situation with feelings of panic,
even though there may not be an actual threat. In your mind, though, the threat is real.

For example, if something terrifying once happened to you at the mall, future trips can
still set off a panic attack, even if there are no threats. Alternatively, you can even feel
panic in certain situations without being able to figure out exactly why.

Whether you're consciously aware of the reasons for your panic attacks or not, it's good
to know that there are still strategies that can help you overcome them. It also may
help for you to know that panic attacks generally cause you no physical harm. When a
panic attack strikes, you will get through it and things will return to normal soon.




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How to Cope During an Attack

Once an attack is taking place, you might feel powerless. Instead of allowing your
panicked thoughts to take over, focus on your body and methods of
relaxation. Deep breaths can counteract the panic since a panicked state forces you
to take quick, shallow breaths.

Why You Shouldn't Avoid Panic-Inducing Situations

It's natural to want to simply avoid situations where you might feel panicked. However,
this usually isn't the best solution. For instance, you can't avoid elevators, crowds, or
the doctor's office forever.

If you tell yourself that you can't do these things because they'll give you a panic attack,
you're just reinforcing the behavior. Rather than helping yourself prevent your panic
attacks, you're more likely going to feed the fear and make the attacks even stronger.


Although it's difficult, when you continue to engage in activities that may induce panic,
you're actually giving yourself many opportunities to overcome your challenges.

Natural Methods for Coping with Panic

There are natural methods you can use and changes you can make to your routine that
have the power to ease anxiety and panic.

Meditation is one helpful method. Meditating can help you become more relaxed and
in tune with your body and mind. These benefits can aid in understanding, preventing,
and coping with your panic.

Lifestyle changes include the use of regular exercise. Most of us don't realize that
exercise is not all about helping your body; it has some great power in balancing your
mind too! You'll also be doing yourself a favor if you pay attention to things like
your diet and sleeping habits. All these factors can have an effect on your panic
attacks.

Five Strategies for Coping with Anxiety
Do you feel anxious when the pressure's on? Do you struggle to calm your nerves in the
midst of stressful situations? These are very normal feelings. Sometimes, however,




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these worries can become overwhelming even in your day-to-day routines.

Extreme anxiety can inhibit your everyday life. Anxiety about a particular situation
can cause you to feel worried about everything else. Anxiety can run your life if you let
it, but you can take control and learn to thrive in situations that challenge your
resolve.

Learning to deal effectively with anxiety is a powerful skill that will benefit you in many
ways. Your relationships with others will be impacted in a positive way. You'll go after
your dreams instead of giving up easily. And your self-confidence will grow as you
develop the habit of effectively responding to situations despite the fears inside of
you.

If you begin to use these five strategies today, you'll notice the difference
immediately. These ideas are simple, but they have the power to revolutionize your
life.

These techniques can help you cope with your anxious feelings:

   1. Practice deep breathing. One of the most effective ways to cope with anxiety is
      deep breathing. Deep breaths get much-needed oxygen to your brain and
      throughout your body, relaxing your muscles. The increased air to your body
      and mind helps you calm down in times when you would normally become
      stressed out.


           When you notice that you're beginning to get nervous, pay attention to
           your breathing. For a few days, practice deep breathing in a relaxed, private,
           comfortable environment where you're not rushed. Put your hand on your
           belly, and make your hand rise and fall with each breath. Be sure to take in a
           slow, full breath. Exhale slowly.


           If you practice this deep breathing exercise before the moment of truth,
           you'll be equipped to control your breathing when a stressful situation
           occurs. When the pressure is on, and you notice your heartbeat beginning
           to rise, simply pay attention to your breathing and do what you've
           practiced.


   2. Face your fears. If you worry constantly, you may not be leaving your comfort



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     zone often enough. Seek opportunities to stretch your mental boundaries in
     ways that aren't extremely stressful. As your mind and body become used to
     taking on challenges in dealing with your nerves, give yourself greater challenges
     to increase your ability to handle them.


           If you're in the habit of shying away from things that stress you out,
           purposefully put yourself into situations that you aren't sure about. This will
           help you build confidence. The more steps you take outside of your comfort
           zone, the better equipped you'll be when the real challenges of life cause
           you to feel anxious.


   3. Eat nutritiously. An often-overlooked way to beat anxiety is to make sure that
      your body is properly fueled for the challenges it must face. Drink plenty of water.
      Eat a balanced breakfast. Eat small meals, and eat more often. Keep track of what
      you're eating in a daily log so that you can begin to notice patterns that sabotage
      your health.


           When your body is fueled properly, the daily anxieties you experience will
           be less overwhelming.


   4. Exercise. Your body is made to move. If you sit at a desk all day, you'll likely face
      greater challenges with worry and stress than someone who's always on the
      move. Exercise provides tremendous stress relief, an outlet for frustration and
      a boost to your overall self-confidence. All of these contribute to a peaceful
      feeling and less anxiety on a daily basis.


   5. Seek professional help. Sometimes, the issues you face with anxiety may
      require you to seek counseling to overcome them.


   6. If you've tried many things without success, a mental health professional that is
      trained to help you overcome these challenges may be your best bet.

It's normal to feel nervous when stressful situations occur. But without strategies to
overcome those nerves, you can feel paralyzed and sabotage your chances of




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experiencing the success you deserve. Instead, start using these five strategies today to
effectively cope with your feelings of anxiety and emerge triumphant over them.

Fighting Anxiety without Medication: 10 Tips to Help
You Feel Calm
When anxiety hits you, it can be terrifying. The panic and frightening thoughts coupled
with physical symptoms may lead you to believe that you're having a heart attack or
suffering from a terrible disease, when in reality, you're perfectly healthy!

Anxiety can often cause you to have an exaggerated nervous system reaction to
common stressors that others are able to ignore.

If you're one of the millions who struggle with anxiety, the good news is that you can
feel better, even without medication. You can take positive action on your own to get
a handle on your anxiety and feel more in control. Of course, especially if your
symptoms are debilitating, please consult your doctor or other health professional for
their advice.

Both your mind and body are involved in anxiety. It's a vicious circle: the constant
worrying and negative thoughts can produce physical symptoms, which can cause
more anxious thoughts. It becomes a pattern that can be challenging to break free of.

But when you're able to overcome this challenge, it's well worth the effort! Tackle
your anxiety on both the physical and mental levels today by practicing these 10
strategies.

Physical Ways to Lower Anxiety

Try these tips to physically lower your anxiety levels:

   1. Breathe. If you're breathing from the top of your chest and not from your
      abdomen, you might be making yourself more nervous. Breathe from your
      diaphragm and take full, deep, slow breaths.


   2. Get moving. Use up that extra energy and adrenaline that your body produces.
      If you don't, it can build up and make you more nervous. By getting frequent
      exercise, you'll prevent your body from storing excess adrenaline.




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   3. Sit still. It's important to exercise, but sometimes it's more effective to be still. If
      you usually run from a panic attack or anxiety episode, force yourself to stay
      where you are and focus on your relaxation techniques, like deep breathing, to
      help prevent your impending anxiety.


           The anxiety might get worse for a moment, but you'll be calmer after a few
           minutes and you'll be more prepared the next time you face anxiety.


   4. Distract yourself. It's hard to think about feeling nervous when you're actively
      engaged in other activities. Help others, play a game, or do something else that
      requires your total concentration as soon as you start to feel anxious.


   5. Get in shape. Being physically fit can help you feel better about your health and
      reduce anxiety. It's not a quick fix, but more of a long-term goal that you can
      actively pursue. Staying in good physical condition goes a long way in
      preventing anxiety.

Mental Ways to Lower Anxiety

A positive mental attitude is just as important as using physical techniques to help
overcome your anxiety. There are many ways you can use your mental resources to find
peace and calm amidst the chaos of anxiety.

Follow these techniques to tackle your anxiety on a mental level:

   1. Educate yourself. It's hard to battle something you don't understand. Learn
      about your condition so you have a better understanding of what you're facing .


   2. Use the stop sign. Imagine a big stop sign in your head when you start to have
      anxious thoughts. The stop sign technique is a great place to start.


   3. Network. Talking to others with anxiety can help you feel more "normal" and
      bring you additional strategies that have worked for others in your same
      situation. Reach out to others!




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   4. Set aside a worry time. If you allot a few minutes each day at a set time and
      give yourself permission to worry only at that time, you'll soon find that it
      becomes a chore - making you worry less. By only allowing yourself to worry for a
      short period, you can program your mind to actually worry less.


   5. Offer yourself affirmations. Say positive statements to yourself each day to
      help you stay strong and brave. For example: "I am a valuable and worthy person,
      and I have much to offer to the world."

No matter how long you've had anxiety, you can do something about it.

When you apply both mental and physical techniques to getting better, you'll soon find
that you - not your anxiety - are the one in control!

Discovering Your Self-Worth Despite Challenging
Circumstances
Does life seem to be a struggle for you? Do you feel overwhelmed and frustrated much
of the time? Do you wish you could experience something better? Fortunately,
you can enjoy the exciting life you deserve.

Success is available to you despite challenging circumstances. It's important to
remember, also, that your self-worth is not defined by your circumstances.

What holds you back? Take some time today to question the beliefs you hold that
limit your potential. If you look at a challenging circumstance as a wall that's impossible
to climb, you need a fresh perspective.

Within you is everything you need to thrive and excel. The more you question the
validity of your limiting beliefs, the more success you'll experience in your life.

Think of a circumstance in your life that you believe is preventing you from something
you want. Write it down, then get ready to challenge that limiting belief. If you do,
you'll begin to move toward the success you deserve.

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circumstances:

   1. Find the cause. What is the cause of the circumstance in your life? Sometimes,
      limiting beliefs can serve as warning signs that help you avoid danger. What can
      you learn from this so you avoid triggering a similar situation in the future?


          If the cause of your situation is unclear, ask friends and family for their input.
          Others see your life from a different perspective, and their input can be
          valuable in determining the root of your difficulty.


   2. Get past the blame game. You can often be your own worst critic. Fortunately,
      negative self-talk often has very little basis in reality. Choose to replace the
      doubts of your inner critic with more productive thinking.


          Once a negative thought has taught you its intended lesson, it has served
          its purpose. If you choose to hold onto those negative thoughts, they will
          begin to form a negative self-image in your mind. This unbalanced view of
          your talents and strengths holds you back.


          Instead of dwelling on negative thoughts about your circumstances, learn
          the lesson and resolve to move on. Find out what you can do differently to
          avoid a repeat of your present situation. Then, when negative thoughts
          enter your mind, choose to replace your self-talk with productive thoughts
          instead.


   3. Cut yourself some slack. Recognize that you're human. Everyone makes
      mistakes, but your attitude determines your altitude in life. You are valuable
      regardless of your present predicament. You are worthwhile even when you slip
      up or falter. Your circumstances simply provide feedback and an opportunity to
      learn and grow.


   4. Make the most of it. When you recognize that you're valuable despite your
      circumstances, you'll begin to make the most of every opportunity. Stumbling
      blocks you face can become stepping stones to the success you deserve, simply
      by changing what you focus on.



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           Instead of feeling helpless, ask yourself: "What's great about this?" Every
           situation provides something of value if you look for it.


   5. Ask for help. Loved ones and friends often see strengths in you that go without
      notice. Ask them what they believe your strengths are. This is where your
      self-worth is found. Everyone has something of value to contribute.


           Once you recognize your unique talents, gifts, and abilities, you'll see life
           in a whole new way. You'll seek opportunities to use your talents to bless
           others. You'll gain confidence that comes from conquering challenges that
           once made you cringe.


           Instead of allowing your circumstances to dictate who you are, you'll make
           the rules!


   6. Live one day at a time. Despite your best efforts, some days simply provide one
      frustration after another. When this happens, you have a choice. You can let your
      circumstances defeat you, or you can choose a more positive perspective.

Resolve today to find your strengths, learn from your difficult circumstances, and
experience the joy you were created to experience. Instead of tying your self-worth to
your circumstances, choose to see things as they really are. You were created with
unique talents and gifts. When you find those gifts within yourself and put them to use,
you'll know how valuable you truly are.

Four Tips to Avoid Depression during the Winter
Months
When the weather is cold and the skies are dark and cloudy, it's easier to feel down and
despondent. If you struggle with gloomy feelings during the winter, it's good to know
that there's help and hope available to you without a prescription depression
drug. Of course, you'll want to check with your physician before making any changes
to your health regimen.




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Spring is Around the Corner

Some people start feeling down just as soon as the first cold, cloudy day rolls in. Don't
let this happen to you! To stay happy and peaceful during the winter, focus your
time and energy on things that bring you joy.

See the beauty that the winter months have to offer. If you're really struggling to see
any beauty at all in the gloom of winter, all you need are a few simple ideas to
jump-start your thinking in a positive direction.

Consider these tips to help you gain a more positive mindset during winter:

   1. Buy a sun lamp. A sun lamp gives you the light you need even when it's gloomy
      outside and works much better to help your mood than just turning on all the
      lights in your house.


   2. Take a vacation. Travel to somewhere sunny and warmer each winter, even if
      only for a couple of days. Looking forward to your annual getaway will lift your
      spirits during the time before you go, too.


   3. Get outside. When the sun does come out, even if it's otherwise cold, take
      advantage of it. When your body is deprived of sunlight, it has a harder time
      making vitamin D. If you can get some sun, though, you'll feel better and you'll
      be better able to make it through until spring arrives with its longer, sunnier days.


   4. Find activities that bring you joy. Read that book you've always wanted to
      read or engross yourself in a new TV sitcom that comes on in winter. Perhaps
      learning to ski or snowboard can bring you the mental and physical benefits of
      exercising while also finding a way to enjoy the winter weather.

Depression is Treatable - Even if it's Only Occasional

It's important to treat depression. If your feelings of depression run deep, you may
want to talk to your doctor about the kinds of treatment options that would be best for
you.

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on strategies that work during the winter is the best way to shake those winter blues.

You can choose to be joyful. Focus on the things that matter to you and make you
happy. Winter is only a season, and you'll have spring, summer, and fall to do all kinds
of great things outside in the sunshine. Remember, anything you can do when it's dark
outside, you can do on a gloomy winter day.

If you have hobbies that lend themselves to indoor activity, you'll have more to keep
your mind occupied as you move through the winter. The cold days will pass more
quickly if you have something to do to occupy your time, and spring will arrive before
you know it.

Learning Deep Breathing Strategies to Control
Anxiety
Do you struggle with feelings of anxiety? If so, it's good to know that there are ways to
relieve your suffering. You can learn strategies to take charge of your nervousness and
experience the serenity you deserve. You can learn to control your anxiety with
simple deep breathing techniques.

When you breathe deeply and fully, your body stays calm. You may still be a bit tense,
but your relaxed breathing can protect you from an anxiety attack. In an anxiety attack,
you may have a tendency to hyperventilate, which increases the level of panic you
experience. However, deep breathing keeps you in control.

When you hyperventilate, you take short, quick breaths in the top part of your lungs.
Your chest expands, but you aren't getting the full amount of air that you need to
remain calm. The quick overload of oxygen you receive from shallow breathing makes
your apprehension and panic even worse. It becomes a cycle that can be hard to break
without practice

The Most Beneficial Way to Breathe

Any time you can concentrate on breathing fully - all the way down to your abdomen -
you'll improve your relaxation response to stressful situations. If your chest is rising
with each breath, you're not expanding your lungs to full capacity. Your body lacks the
oxygen it needs to thrive under the pressure of the moment.

Place a hand just above your belly button and breathe. If you're breathing deeply,
your hand will rise and fall with each breath.



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Practice breathing slowly by taking full, deep breaths. You might feel a bit strange at
first because you're not used to it.

You may even feel a bit giddy, but that's normal. It'll pass with practice.

You're getting plenty of air, even if you don't feel like you are. Your lungs can expand
without your upper chest rising. Only your upper belly needs to rise and fall. At first,
you probably won't breathe this way unless you're thinking about it because you're so
conditioned to breathe from your chest. Keep practicing often, and you'll soon be
breathing properly all the time.

How Breathing Affects Anxiety

Anxiety may be caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain. It may simply be the
product of over-active nerves that react too strongly to stimuli. However, regardless of
what causes you to feel anxious, the most important thing is to alleviate it and reduce
the degree to which it affects your life. Anxiety doesn't have to stop you from living
the life you deserve.

By lowering your anxiety, you may be able to:

      Change careers or get promoted
      Speak in front of others without fear
      Travel to places you've always wanted to see
      Embark on a new relationship or business venture
      Reduce your dependency on medication or therapy

If you're contemplating reducing any medication or therapy you're currently using,
consult your physician before making any changes to your established regimen. But
you can still start deep breathing right away. There are no side effects, as this type of
breathing is natural and healthy. And it's something that everyone can learn and
benefit from.

If you struggle with worry, you can feel more relaxed and in control by simply
controlling your breathing. Begin practicing deep breathing strategies today and
experience peace in the midst of the storms of your life!

Wrapping up...
In this report, we've shown you:




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   1. How to Cope With Panic Attacks
   2. 5 Strategies for Coping With Anxiety
   3. Fighting Anxiety Without Medication: 10 Tips to Help You Feel Calm
   4. Discovering Your Self-Worth Despite Challenging Circumstances
   5. Four Tips to Avoid Depression During the Winter Months
   6. Learning Deep Breathing Strategies to Control Anxiety

However, if you'd like a more specific solution, with advanced techniques for
eliminating anxiety, then you may be interested in this special news report below...

SPECIAL REPORT:

Is It Possible To Stop Panic Attacks and Anxiety,
Without The Use Of Medication?
According to Joe Barry, a medical researcher, and owner of the popular
website http://www.panic-away.com/index.php the answer is yes!

"I know when you are in the middle of a panic attack it feels like this terrifying
experience is so intense, it might just kill you! You feel an array of unusual bodily
sensation from dizziness; rapid heartbeat to tingles (paresthesias) right through
your body. You fear you may have a heart attack or that the anxiety will push you over
the edge mentally," Joe tells us.

Why most people struggle

According to Joe, there's a reason why so many people struggle with panic and anxiety
despite so much help being offered to them today...

"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."

How Joe conquered his panic and anxiety attacks with a unique approach

"I tried all the exercises I did the relaxation and breathing techniques but nothing was
shifting this deep fear of my next dreaded panic attack. It was very frustrating for quite
some time.




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I have extensive experience working through my own anxiety and then that of
countless others through private coaching. While going through my own anxiety
episode I studied the best psychologists working in the field.

I learned a huge amount from them but not enough to get me panic free. Almost by
accident I stumbled on a technique that brought it all together and got me
immediately anxiety free. Over the years working with people I developed the
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regardless of their situation, could apply it. This is years of experience I want to
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I was in my second year of debilitating panic attacks when I discovered this powerful
technique that stopped panic attacks in their tracks. I had been studying the
cognitive behavior approach for dealing with panic attacks from some of the top
psychologists when I discovered this technique.

The real breakthrough came when I made some startling observations about how a
panic attack fuels and generates itself. I developed the technique on the principle
that if you extinguish the fuel that powers the panic attack, you eliminate its
reoccurrence.




I began teaching small groups of people my discovery and started getting immediate
results. This surprised me as I was initially unsure if I could replicate the same results.
People were reporting instant panic elimination and further research confirmed
that the technique I taught was not only instantly effective but also a permanent
solution to panic and anxiety disorders," Joe tells us.

Joe focuses on the unique approach of the One Move Technique™ to help thousands
of people, in over 30 countries, to eliminate panic and anxiety from their lives, for good,
without medication.

Was it worth it?

"Cutting the fuel of the panic attacks had some great knock on bonuses; the obsessive
worries and unwanted thoughts disappeared as well. It was like a dense fog lifted.
Once I had moved clear of this fog of anxiety it became clear what mistakes I was
making and how a simple change in thinking was all that was needed to advance my
recovery. "




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                                   And Joe is not alone. There are many success stories that you can read on his
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