السبت، 11 يونيو 2011

End Panic and Anxiety Attacks! No Opt-in

If you have anxiety, panic attacks, or a phobia of any kind, the below is probably all too familiar to you…

 Feeling constantly on edge, like your anxiety is stalking you and could pounce at any time.
 Scary, anxious thoughts running through your head that you just can’t seem to slow down or stop.
 Feeling like you’re about to lose control and do something dangerous or embarrassing, wondering if the next time you'll be strong enough to keep it contained.
 Getting light headed or dizzy and feeling like you’re going to pass out or faint.
 Feeling disconnected from reality and spacey, almost like you’re in a dream.
 Feeling trapped in situations you can’t ‘escape’ from…things like driving, restaurants, social functions, or even standing in line at the store!
 Worrying you’ll stop breathing because your chest and throat feel so tight and you can’t seem to slow your breathing.
 Feeling depressed about how small your world has gotten.
 Going to the hospital or doctor fearing a heart condition or other emergency to have them find nothing physically wrong with you.
 Being terrified to think that if you don’t get help soon you’re going to have to live your whole life being afraid?
What is anxiety really? How do panic attacks and anxiety get started in the first place and why is it so tough to overcome?

Here’s the truth…

It all starts with the first one.

Can you remember your first panic attack?

Of course! As someone who overcame anxiety I know what a silly question that is. How could you forget, right?

There’s many reasons why you may have had that first attack.

Maybe you were under extreme pressure at work or home.

Maybe you were starting a new life event like college, moving, getting married, or having children.

Maybe you have a genetic predisposition to have anxiety. Do other people in your family have similar issues?

It could be ANY of these things, or even a few of them together.

But you know what?

It doesn’t matter.

That’s right. I don’t care what caused it. And neither should you.

We can’t go back and change it. You had an anxiety attack. It’s done. Over. Regardless of why.

But now, no matter what was making you anxious at the time of your first attack, you’re afraid of having ANOTHER terrible experience like that one!

It really doesn’t matter what caused your first attack, even if we knew it wouldn’t be of much help, because as you'll see, the solution is the same.

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves…

So you had your first attack, for whatever reason, and from that single experience you developed an anxiety response that you carry with you to this day.

It didn’t take long for your mind to learn something very powerful did it?

Remember that, it’s important. We’re going to use it to help you conquer your anxiety.

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