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Prevent Panic Attacks


Learn a simple technique to prevent panic attacks before they happen.

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Anxiety is normal for everyone; we all experience anxiety throughout a normal day.
However, too much anxiety becomes a problem when it causes us to hold back or
avoid something we logically would like to do. This form of anxiety is known as

                 "Social Anxiety” or "Social Disorder”
                          It can affect your Work: you avoid getting up and
                          speaking in front of an audience, large or small or even
                          avoid attending meetings where you might be asked a
                          question or put on the spot.

It can control your Social Life: you find yourself blushing a lot or
nervous even around those that you consider friends or close associates
and you avoid hosting or turn down invitations to socialize because you
Fear you will feel too uncomfortable. You hold back when you want to
speak out and become overly self-conscious or shy when you would prefer
to assert yourself.

                      Learn a very simple way to help cure your social
                            anxiety without medication !!
                      Prevent Panic Attacks
During an anxiety or panic attack you may experience both physical and emotional
symptoms. Some of the more common symptoms of anxiety panic disorder are:

Physical                                                         Emotional
•    Clenching teeth or jaw                                      •   Irritability
•    Tightened muscles                                           •   Sadness
•    Holding your breath                                         •   Depression
•    Sleeping problems                                           •   Low self-esteem
•    Racing heart beat                                           •   Loneliness
•    Breathing difficulties                                      •   “Numb" emotions
•    Chest pain                                                  •   Explosive emotions
•    Hyperventilation                                            •   Feeling guilty

    If you have any or most of the signs and symptoms described above and have been
    wondering what is happening to you, the answer may well be that you are experiencing an
    anxiety panic attack or some other form of general anxiety disorder.
                       Prevent Panic Attacks
Excessive anxiety can impact your daily life in many ways. Below are the common classifications of
panic anxiety disorders.

    Which of the following best describes the way you feel on both your best AND worst day:
*   Generalized Anxiety Panic Disorder: Constant worry and fear that interferes with your normal
    activities. It can also include an unfounded fear that something bad is about to happen.
    Generalized anxiety panic attack sufferers may feel nervous almost all of the time, for no apparent
*   Obsessive Compulsive Behavior Disorder: Excessive, intrusive thoughts or behaviors that seem
    uncontrollable. A nagging concern that you forgot to turn off an appliance or light or do harm to
*   Anxiety Panic Attack and Anxiety Panic Disorder: Constant, recurring, anxiety panic attack s that
    happen abruptly, without any warning and can paralyze you for up to a half hour. You avoid places
    and situations that you believe are triggers for the attacks.
*   Phobias: An unrealistic or exaggerated fear of specific objects, activities, or situations. Some of the
    more common phobias include fear of animals, fear of heights and fear of flying or driving.
*   Social Anxiety / Social Phobia: An unrealistic fear of being viewed negatively by others and public
    humiliation. Social anxiety panic disorder is fundamentally an extreme shyness. People suffering
    from this anxiety panic disorder may simply avoid social situations altogether.

                        If you have experienced any of these...you are not alone.
                      You can learn techniques to help prevent your panic attacks.
                                   But recognize that that nothing will
                                      change until you take action!!
Prevent Panic Attacks
Other Courses and Treatments Are Not Showing
  People How To End Their Anxiety
  – They teach coping mechanisms and strategies for
    dealing with panic attacks once they happen
                That’s not good enough !!
  – You need a program that teaches you how to free
    yourself and prevent panic attacks from happening!


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