"I would have 10 to 12 panic attacks a day, both day and night. I would be ambulanced to hospital, wired up to a heart monitor, only to discover, once again, that I was panicking. I was diagnosed with stress and depression most times, but anxiety was really to blame - THEN I discovered the process that became The Linden Method and within 3 days, I was panic free and back at work. In 5 days I was agoraphobia FREE and moving around freely again. I now show my clients from around the world how they can do the same."
Panic attacks or anxiety attacks, are the result of reaching a level of inappropriate anxiety at which Adrenalin, the hormone responsible for the anxiety reaction, is not used up by either fighting or fleeing.
When too much adrenalin is present and your body hasn't 'used it up' appropriately, the subconscious mind activates a 'panic attack'. This panic attacks 'mops up' all the excess adrenalin.
Panic attacks sufferers often visit their physician to be told they have 'stress' or 'depression' and then receive prescriptions for antidepressants or sedative which have next to zero therapeutic affect – how wrong is that?
Panic attacks (anxiety attacks) can happen just once, or can become regular when, what is known as, a panic disorder develops.
Panic attacks can cause a disturbing group of symptoms which cause the sufferer to fear the next attack and UNFORTUNATELY, it is this fear of having another attack that causes another to happen.
Regina Weaver talks about her experiences with panic attacks.
Panic attacks (anxiety attacks) sufferers can be subjected to a large group of both physical and psychological symptoms during high anxiety and panic attacks.
Sufferers may also experience what are called 'limited symptom panic attacks' during which, maybe as few as three or four symptoms are experienced.
Most panic attacks produce, what seem like, overwhelming symptoms and thoughts that make the sufferer believe that they are ill, about to pass out or even die!
None of which will actually happen!
Panic attacks make the sufferer feel very vulnerable as the heart races and the thoughts of either going mad or dying wash over them. BUT actually, during a panic attack, a sufferer is at their strongest, their fastest and their most prepared to FIGHT danger, despite how they might feel.
Panic attacks develop because adrenalin, the hormone responsible for the fight or fight response to potential threats, is released into the blood stream. This hormone is very useful if and when it is required, but, when adrenalin is released inappropriately, when there is no 'real' threat present it is not used up by either running from or fighting the threat.
This build up of Adrenalin causes the heart to race, the breathing to quicken and the digestive system to slow down; these systems then produce unpleasant symptoms like dizziness, sweating, palpitations, shortness of breath and many other physical sensations of a panic attack.
The sufferer also starts to experience anxious thought patterns... 'what if' thoughts which can make the panic attacks sufferer feel like they are losing their mind.
After a while, adrenalin is used up as the body activates a panic attack andafter the panic attack subsides, symptoms start to reduce. The sufferer's next panic attack (anxiety attack) can build relatively quickly the next time as the brain build neural pathways that make it believe that this inappropriate anxiety level is 'normal'.
The continuing fear of expriencing the next panic attack causes the sufferer to enter into a cycle of fear which makes the next panic attack almost inevitable.
There are three types of panic attacks (anxiety attacks), they are:
These happen without warning and are unassociated with any external catalysts. Spontaneous panic attacks are unpredictable and can vary in intensity and usually result in the sufferer developing agoraphobia and limiting their geographic movements.
Specific panic attacks happen when the sufferer is exposed to something which they know always causes them to panic. For example, some people may panic in a crowded place or when they see a dog or any other phobic catalyst. Specific panic attacks can also cause the sufferer to withdraw and even develop agoraphobia as a coping mechanism to prevent exposure to the things they fear.
Situational panic attacks happen more so when the sufferer is agoraphobic. Agoraphobia causes the sufferer to fear public places, crowds or even traveling away from a place or person of security, so it is easy to see why situational panic attacks occur mostly amongst agoraphobia sufferers.
Situational panic attacks happen more frequently on planes, on buses, in elevators and in cars than anywhere else.
Panic attacks may present both physical and psychological symptoms, including:
In fact, the list of expected anxiety symptoms can be very long indeed.
The list above includes the core, or most commonly described, panic attack symptoms that a sufferer may experience.
It is important to bear in mind that every one of us is built differently, so this panic attack symptoms list isn't, by any means, complete.
After the peak of the panic attack has subsided, the sufferer can be left feeling weak, tired, confused, emotional and achy. It is not uncommon to feel fluey and shaky; this is all unpleasant and frustrating but entirely harmless.
It is very important to understand that panic attack symptoms give the body a workout, like running or going to the gym.
The aches and painsexperienced post panic attack are unfortunate, inevitable side effects!
Actually, your heart is being strengthened by panic attack symptoms; the heart is a muscle and like any other muscle in your body and the exercise is good for it!
Whether you have been diagnosed with anxiety, panic attacks, stress or depression, The Linden Method makes stopping panic attacks and all of the associated symptoms very simple indeed.
Because panic attacks are caused by an inappropriate anxiety reaction caused by artificially increased anxiety levels and an over production of adrenalin, by reversing the formation of the high anxiety, you can completely eliminate high anxiety and panic attacks in very little time indeed.
It's very simple. I cured my panic attacks in a day and I have since shown tens of thousands of sufferers how to do the same.
All we do is tell you how to force your senses to send 'safety signals' to your anxiety control center in your mind - when your subconscious receives these signals, it realises, in seconds, that your current anxiety level is too high and it 'turns it down'.
SO - not only do your cure your panic attacks, but you also 'reset' your anxiety levels back down to your 'birth preset' anxiety level.
"When I discovered how I could actually reverse what I had done to develop panic attacks in the first place, my world changed. I literally switched them off. I have described and explained this same technique tens of thousands of times to my clients from around the world and as soon as they 'get it', their panic attacks stop too!
The Linden Method provides a structured program which will show you exactly what you must do to achieve total panic attacks elimination. Used by tens of thousands of recovered sufferers, The Linden Method outlines the exact route taken by every recovered anxiety and panic attack sufferer – all I do, is make the whole process as simple, structured and direct as possible by providing you with a 'roadmap to wellness'.
Through helping so many clients and initially curing my own anxiety using this process, I developed a program which is acknowledged as the solution to anxiety, panic attacks (anxiety attacks), OCD and phobias by doctors and psychologists world over and used in private practice and by government organizations all around the world.
I hope you allow us the opportunity to help you to recover fully using my Method.
Ultimately, If it doesn't work, I will give you a full refund at any time within the next 12 months... if I fail to help you, I don't want your money; it's that simple."
IMMEDIATE REASSURANCE - As you do this program you can email or phone our qualified staff as often as you like and get immediate reassurance from ex anxiety sufferers who have helped tens of thousands of people to recover - there isn't any anxious symptom or thought they haven't experienced, so you can be totally sure that you are going to feel a lot better fast!
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