On this site you'll learn how to stop panic attacks and anxiety attacks with a free self therapy audio. Like you and so many other people, I lived with anxiety for many years, with symptoms ranging from mild nervousness and social anxiety, to severe panic attacks, depression, and near hopelessness at times. I developed this self therapy site because I remember how painful the experience can be, and know that others will also benefit from the immensely powerful technique that helped me (and now hundreds of others) make a complete turnaround.
This site is 100% FREE. There are no ads and no registration requirements whatsoever. Why? Because I've been where you are now. And I wouldn't wish the experience upon anyone.
I am offering a free audio program to help you. You can listen right now.
*Effectiveness and results may vary across users.
They're often experienced as a feeling of dread - an intense fear that something terrible is about to happen - like you might die, lose control of yourself, or lose your sanity. These experiences can be extremely frightening, especially since they can occur at anytime and anywhere - maybe while driving in your car, standing in line, lying in bed, or even just watching TV. It's not uncommon for sufferers to rush to the emergency room, thinking that they're having a heart attack or mental breakdown. Such attacks may seem quite unusual and scary when encountered, but they're a very common result of 'anxiety overload'.
What causes them?
Typically an attack begins when remnant worries and fears lingering in your mind begin to get misinterpreted as real-life danger by your subconscious mind. Your nervous system reacts by releasing adrenaline to help you deal with the invisible "threat" (that's the fight-or-flight response). But since the adrenaline burst comes to the surface without any visual danger present (nothing to fight or flee from), you do not 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.
Once you've experienced the terror of one of these episodes, it's very likely that you'll become more sensitive to the symptoms/sensations that preceded it - which also makes you more likely to experience a second one. For example, a slight malaise or stress may get you feeling fearful of having it happen again. Ironically, it's that very fear that gets the adrenaline flowing, which starts the cycle all over again.
In this video, you'll get a very quick (10 minute) demonstration of how the Self Therapy method works.
However, please keep in mind that this video really doesn't explain the full technique very well. Given the limited information that I was able to fit into a 10 minute YouTube video, many people fail to experience the benefits of my method after watching just the video.
On the other hand, there are some people who love the video, which is why I'm including it here - you may find it to be a good introduction to the audio. However, do NOT use the video as a replacement for the audio program. It's simply not comparable.
Some of this demonstration requires your eyes to be closed. Therefore, you should be seated, in an area free of distractions, before starting the video.
Alternatively, listen to the first track of the audio here.
Often, just knowing that what you're experiencing is normal, and not part of a serious physical or mental health issue, can be comforting.
Do any of these symptoms sound familiar?
A physical exam is always a good idea to confirm that what you're experiencing is not a physical health matter - just to be safe. Once confirmed, you can rest assured that the symptoms you're experiencing will begin to subside as you work through your current emotional issues.
Read about more anxiety symptoms here (like agoraphobia, depersonalization, etc)
The symptoms mentioned on this site are just that - SYMPTOMS. While psychiatrists often prescribe drugs for anxiety to temporarily suppress those symptoms, my Self Therapy method gives you a mental tool to permanently eliminate them by removing their underlying CAUSE.
While I personally feel that medication is prescribed in many situations where it's not necessary, it could be a good option for some people experiencing anxiety and panic disorder. The decision to use medication, or to make changes to your current dosage, should always be discussed with a trusted doctor. Hopefully your doctor will also make you aware of these considerations.
My success in overcoming panic attacks came as a result of a long personal search for a solution. As I began making progress, I documented what I was doing so that I would never forget the key that set me free. That information became the most important component of my mental well-being. With it, I know that I'll never have to worry about these issues ever again. And to this day, I am grateful that I happened upon this "secret" to (listen now). Not only did it completely stop my attacks, it's has also proved beneficial for social anxiety, public speaking phobia, increased confidence, improved self esteem, and more.
I have converted my instructions into an easy-to-follow audio program, so that more people (like you!) can quickly benefit from the process that I developed. All you need to begin is a computer with speakers or headphones. THERE'S NO CHARGE :-)
Still not sure if it's worth your time? Read some of these comments and testimonials from other users
The primary objective of my Self Therapy technique is to HELP STOP PANIC ATTACKS NOW. And I think you'll be extremely impressed at how effectively it does that. However, your long term efforts to cure panic attacks, and remove excess anxiety from your life altogether, may involve a more comprehensive lifestyle change. Fortunately, many of the changes are common sense, and congruent with a standard healthy lifestyle. For example:
Other suggestions are summarized in the audio recording, for those interested in a comprehensive anxiety cure. But that's not required to simply stop panic attacks from escalating now.
Listen to track #21 for more about health issues (*This is optional - tracks should really be listened to in order for best results)
While I sincerely hope that my self therapy approach will help you, I of course cannot guarantee that it will be appropriate for every person and situation. But if you don't find it effective, rest assured that there are many, many other approaches and options out there - sometimes it takes a little trial-and-error before finding what works for you. For those who decide to seek professional treatment, here are some questions you might ask while looking for a doctor/psychologist/psychiatrist:
And, of course:
I also suggest that you check reviews on Yelp.com, or a similar review site.
Often, a good deal of recovery can come simply from knowing that what you're experiencing is normal, and that you're not alone in the experience. It can also be very comforting to communicate with people who are going through the same thing as you are. For that reason, I've started a discussion forum for information exchange.
The forum is also a good place to ask any questions about this website, or the Self Therapy technique.
FORUM RULES: Forum should be considered only as an information exchange for anxiety sufferers, and content should NOT be considered as professional medical advice. No commercial posting, advertising or affiliate linking is allowed.
Click here for the forum.