Do you have any of these anxiety symptoms?

Physical symptoms: Social tendencies: Thought patterns:
  • Stress sensations
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Chest pain/tightness
  • Tension headaches
  • Sweaty palms
  • Fatigue, low energy
  • Sleep problems
  • Introversion
  • Nervousness
  • Self-consciousness
  • Fear embarrassment
  • Fear of public speaking
  • Dwelling on mistakes
  • Hypersensitivity
  • Frequent worry
  • Fear 'the worst'
  • Fear of going crazy
  • Slight paranoia
  • 'What if' thinking
  • Very analytical
  • Deep thinking

More symptoms:

Panic Attacks  Agoraphobia  Unreality  Hypochondria  Social Anxiety  Depression  PTSD  More

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How self therapy can stop panic attacks and anxiety

Cause of panic attacksIt's NOT necessary to understand how this technique works in order to benefit from it.

However, if you're interested, it's important to understand how simple anxiety escalates into severe symptoms like panic attacks, agoraphobia, public speaking fear, etc.

Let's use panic attacks as an example.

Typically a panic attack begins when remnant worries and fears lingering in your mind get misinterpreted as real-life danger by your subconscious mind. Your body reacts by releasing adrenaline (the fight-or-flight hormone) to help you deal with the invisible "threat". But since the adrenaline burst comes to the surface without any visual danger present (nothing to fight or flee from), you don't consciously recognize the out-of-context adrenaline burst for what it is - so you naturally become concerned/fearful of that adrenaline feeling itself! This additional fear then feeds the adrenaline reaction, which in turn escalates your fear even further. As these two forces feed each other, a full blown panic attack occurs (or social anxiety escalates, or public speaking fear paralyzes you, etc).

Once you've experienced the terror of one of these episodes, it's likely that you'll become more sensitive to the symptoms/sensations that preceded it. Ironically, that sensitivity makes it more likely to recur. For example, a slight malaise or stress may get you feeling fearful of having it happen again. And it's that very fear that gets the adrenaline flowing, which starts the cycle all over again.

So how does Self Therapy reverse anxiety? By reversing that spiral. It's a simple approach that can be applied to just about any severe anxiety symptoms you're experiencing.

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Is positive thinking the solution?

Using "positive thinking" to avoid anxiety/fear is not really positive thinking. That's why severe anxiety is almost impossible to "relax", "meditate/ignore", or "positive think" away. In fact, such flawed approaches may even increase anxiety sensations (after learning the technique on the next page, you'll understand why). Self Therapy is not meditation, relaxation, or positive thinking.

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What about medication?

Medication is NOT a cure for anxiety or panic attacks, and no doctor will tell you that it is. Remember that the symptoms mentioned on this site are just that - SYMPTOMS. While psychiatrists might prescribe drugs to temporarily suppress those uncomfortable anxiety symptoms, the aim of our Self Therapy is to give you a mental tool to permanently eliminate them by removing their underlying CAUSE.

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Author of Anxiety and Panic Attack Self TreatmentAs the author of this program, I personally lived with anxiety for years, feeling its effects ranging from mild nervousness and malaise, to severe panic, depression and near hopelessness at times. I developed the Self Therapy method for my own use and have personally applied it to my life with amazing effectiveness. I consider this knowledge my most valuable asset, and know that with it I can handle anything and never have to worry about anxiety again. I created this program because I remember how painful anxiety can be, and know that others will also benefit from this immensely powerful technique.

I sincerely hope that you find this as valuable to your life as it has been to mine. I think you will.

 
Self Therapy is simple, and can be implemented immediately. You'll soon master the concept and have a powerful tool for overcoming anxiety, fear, and other inner adversity. It may be hard to believe now, but you may soon be grateful for your current emotional condition having guided you toward this new experience. If you're like me, you'll most likely continue using the Self Therapy method long after you're "feeling better", finding that life becomes more deeply satisfying as you attain new levels of strength and harmony within.

Please let me know how it goes for you!

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