Cure Panic Attacks Easily
The answer to the question whether you can get rid of panic attacks is
yes and No. No, it's very hard to get a good hold on those anxiety attacks when you're in
the middle of one, complete with racing heartbeat, chest tightness,
dizziness, nausea and a sense of impending doom.
But you can cure these attacks by understanding them and stopping
them before they start.
Understanding is the first step to curing such attacks. The most
successful methods used for building confidence and overcoming
anxiety attacks work by educating those who are prone to anxiety so
they understand why and how the panic attacks are happening (the
link at the foot of the page will redirect you to a website with a
successful confidence-building program of this nature).
This helps to dispel a lot of the panicking about having a panic attack.
Panic attacks, unsurprisingly, when a person faces a stressful
situation. In response to the stress, the body releases adrenaline, which gears
up the body for action. This "ready for action" response involves an accelerated
heartbeat and a quickened rate of breathing, plus a general sensation of being
alert, aware and tense.
Even confident people feel these sensations, except they call them "butterflies"
rather than panic attacks. Some people even enjoy these sensations and call them
"excitement" or "exhilaration". And in many cases, it can be next to impossible
to cure "panic attacks" of this sort, simply because they're not really panic
attacks. Or at least not yet.
These normal "nerves" or "butterflies" can develop into a full-blown panic
attack if the person experiencing either does not know what is happening or else
fears that these effects will be noticed - and disapproved of - by others (e.g.
fast breathing may make the voice sound shaky or breathy).
This increases the feeling of fear, which releases more adrenaline and the full
indicators of a panic attack begin to show up. These often produces more fear, which fuels
further symptoms which get worse and worse, spiraling out of control.
So how do we cure it?
The most successful methods that manage to cure anxiety attacks work by
breaking this fear cycle at its early stages. These methods do not involve
medication; nor do they involve complicated specialist treatment to desensitize
the sufferer to the symptoms of panic attacks as well as to the triggers of
panic attacks. However, this specialist treatment may be the most effective way
to cure the attacks in the case of those with extreme phobias.
And these method show you how to handle panic attacks without resorting to
impractical means such as breathing into a paper bag (this is useless in the
middle of a meeting if you fear speaking out in public) or distracting yourself
(an unwise idea if you fear driving).
Yes, it is possible to cure panic attacks. And the best place to heal panic
attacks is before they start, using knowledge and a few simple techniques. I
have outlined some of the best methods used below.
Barry Joe's 21-7 solution has had one of the best success rates in managing and also getting rid of panic
attacks. The 21-7 solution gets its name from the fact that it comprises of a 2
step exercise. The first one is a 7 second exercise that will stop any type of
panic attack and that is immediately followed by a 7 minute exercise that
reduces the general anxiety.
If you recall, panic attacks become severe due to the spiraling fear of
having another panic attack. The 21-7 solution takes care of both, the panic
attack and the fear of having one and that is why it has been so effective in
curing many types of panic attacks.
Get the 21-7 solution today. It is probably the only way you can get rid of the fear
of having a panic attack and that is the real key to getting rid of anxiety and