You Are NOT ILL And You Are NOT Going To DIE! Stop Researching! Here You Will Learn All About Anxiety Symptoms And How To Eliminate Panic Attacks Forever From Your Life!
Learning how to eliminate anxiety and panic attacks from your life can make the difference between living a normal life and being isolated and fearing the worse all the time.
Don’t wait for this to disappear on it’s own because it may never go away. You need special guidance in order to eliminate anxiety forever from your life and here you are in the right place!
This entire website was created with you in mind, to answer all your questions and problems and teach you exactly how you can have a normal life, without panic attacks and anxiety feelings.
What do you think anxiety is?
The scientific definition of anxiety: anxiety is the feeling of fear, panic, hopelessness, frustration, worry, apprehension in response to some situations which seem threatening, overwhelming, uncomfortable or unsafe.
It is normal to feel anxious when our health, safety, happiness is under threat; however, occasionally anxiety can become disruptive and overwhelming and may appear for no recognizable reason. Anxiety and panic attacks gets really problematic when is so paralyzing that we are unable to act in face of a real danger.
These feelings are often accompanied with physical complaints, such as:
– Increased heart rate
– Lump feeling in your throat
– Trembling or shaking
– Nausea, chest pain or pressure
– Sweaty palms and body
– Upset stomach
– Heart palpitations
– Muscle tension
– Feeling like you’re going to pass out
– Increased fatigue
– Hot flashes or chills
– Muscle aches
– Difficulty swallowing
– Surge of overwhelming panic
– Rapid / Irregular breathing / hyperventilating
– Dry mouth
– Inability to relax
– Difficulty falling asleep
– Losing feelings in your hands and your feet
– Feeling of losing control or going crazy
– Feeling sick in general
Now, maybe you already know this and maybe your symptoms are not present in this list, but for sure these next situations are familiar to you:
“You enter in a room, maybe to a party or to a meeting at your job and it is crowded with strangers, everybody seems to know somebody except you. Now you are wondering if people can see how out of place you feel, how anxious you are. As you are thinking more and more about this, your palms begin to sweat, your heart begins to race and you have an urgent feeling of running away from that place.”
” When studying for an important exam I have troubles concentrating and sleeping. My heart pounds or races when thinking about the day of the exam and I worry that I don’t have enough time to study and fail the test.”
” I am always imagining things are worse then they really are and panicking a lot. For example when my heart begins to race I really feel that I will have an heart failure; I think it’s an ulcer whenever I get a stomach ache; when I can’t breathe normally during a panic attack I imagine that I have asthma or a severe lungs disease.”
Don’t worry, you are not ill and these physical reactions are coming as a response to your anxiety or panic attack!
The truth is that anxiety is quite normal and everybody has some familiarity with feelings of anxiety and panic attacks because anxiety is a part of our natural defensive system (very close cousin to fear).
However, with fear the threat is much easier to recognize and our body starts an effective chain of actions for defending itself and people around who may be in danger.
About 5% of people have experienced anxiety feelings at some time in their life. Women are twice more prone to anxiety than men are.
Over 19 million American adults struggle with anxiety and the exact cause is still unknown for why so many people struggle with depression and anxiety world wide. It seams that there is a combination of factors including personality, genetics, life events and brain chemistry.
Anxiety can actually enhance someones performance when it’s in a manageable amount!
->> Motivating us to learn more for a test
->> Driving your car with extra care
->> Keeping us out of danger by leaving a situation that feels unsafe
->> Preventing us going to places that can put our life in danger
->> Motivating us to do thinks we normally don’t like doing but need to be done
->> Helping us to stay focus on a challenging task so the job can be done in time
What is the difference between normal anxiety and panic attacks?
Panic attacks are nothing more than episodes of extreme anxiety accompanied by physical symptoms as those listed above. Sometimes a person who is experiencing panic attacks, thinks that she or he will die. That’s how intense they are.
Everybody has experienced at least once ore twice in their lives moments of panic that did not come back ever again. However, in panic disorders, panic and anxiety attacks return repeatedly and the person evolves an intense fear of having another panic attack.
Without help and special guidance, this “fear of fear” can make people avoid certain circumstances interfering with their lives even when they are not having a panic attack. So, it is highly significant to recognize the problem and get special help.
There are very good news for anxiety sufferers! We will present to you many effective and easy to follow techniques for stopping panic attacks forever and treatment strategies for getting anxiety attacks relief. So keep reading to find out exactly how to eliminate anxiety and panic attacks forever from your life.
Before explaining the methods and techniques for stopping panic attacks, let’s learn how many types of anxiety exists. Why is this important? Knowing exactly which kind of anxiety you have makes all the difference! Why? Because now you know how to fight against it with the right weapons.
Here are all known types of anxiety:
They worry about everything even when there is no or little real motives to worry. For example they worry a lot about anticipating disasters, about health, money, work, family or school and many times the source of worry is very hard to pinpoint.
These excessive worries are accompanied by intense physical symptoms such as: muscle tension and aches, sweating, fatigue, difficulty swallowing, irritability, headaches, twitching, concentration problems, sleep disturbance, trembling, having to go to the bathroom often.
Also some people with General Anxiety Disorder may feel nauseated, out of breath, lightheaded and easily startled.
2.Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia): The most common form of Social Phobia is fear of public speaking. In general Social Phobia is characterized by an intense fear of performance or social situations.
The fear of embarrassment, being judged by others or being humiliated is very strong and interfere with daily activities, social relationships, school or work, making the lives of those who suffer from this kind of anxiety, a living nightmare.
Social Anxiety Disorder is also accompanied by physical symptoms: shortness of breath, blushing, nausea, excessive sweating, racing heart, trembling, difficulty talking.
3. Obsessive-Compulsion Disorder (OCD): this kind of anxiety disorder is characterized by obsessive thoughts, images, ideas, behaviors, rituals such as fear of germs, worries about dirt and diseases, fear of living the stove turned on after living the house or the door unlocked, feeling the urgent need to count different things.
After these distressing thoughts the compulsions appears in the form of excessive washing and cleaning, counting, checking and/or repeating actions, seeking assurance. All these rituals are performed because they give a short break from anxiety and people who experience such distressing thoughts receive a relief and makes them feel better.
This anxiety relief does not last too long because an effective treatment is needed to get rid of anxiety and obsessive-compulsion disorder forever.
People who suffer from obsessive-compulsion disorder lose a lot of time every day by doing unnecessary and time consuming rituals that drives them mad.
This kind of anxiety appears after someone has experienced or witnessed a traumatic event. This event was associated with intense fear helplessness or horror and let the person with unpleasant and sometimes terrifying memories.
Examples of events that can trigger PTSD are: natural disasters, car or plane accidents, sexual or physical abuse, war, terrorist attacks, kidnapping, sudden death of a loved one, childhood neglect.
During the day and night people with PTSD relieve the trauma in the form of disturbing memories and nightmares. The source of anxiety and panic attacks related to a traumatic events may be in different forms such as a certain smell or places, people related to that event, images or flashbacks of what happened in the past.
Some people avoid certain situations or places, that are remainders of the traumatic event and anniversaries of the trauma are especially difficult to bear.
People with PTSD may also experience:
– sleep difficulties
This is an intense fear of something or someplace. Although the actual danger is not present at all, people with specific phobias feel extreme fear when they see specific objects, persons or places. There are a few common specific phobias that are centered around tunnels, flying, thunder, dental or medical procedures, highway driving, closed-in places, water, heights, dogs, elevators, injuries involving blood, bridges.
Even the person realize how irrational the fear is, when facing the feared situation or object they will immediately have a panic attack and/or high anxiety.
People struggling with specific phobias will do anything to avoid things, situations and places that makes them uncomfortable and anxious. This will disrupt daily routines, reduce self-esteem and limit work efficiency.
What are the best treatments for anxiety and panic attacks?
There are a variety of effective treatments for eliminating anxiety and panic attacks depending on the specific symptoms each person is experiencing. If these symptoms are interfering with your daily activities and basically you can not live your life as a normal person, you should consider seeking professional help and guidance.
All types of anxiety disorder are curable and many individuals experience a complete recovery from their anxiety symptoms.
The most common treatments for anxiety today are:
2. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies
4. Self-Help Techniques
The best and safe way to eliminate anxiety and panic attacks is through self-help techniques because anxiety is a behavioral problem from inside your mind, only you with the power of will can overcome and defeat anxiety.
Medication will only mask your symptoms and only for the period you take them, after a while even pills will not make any difference.
Avoid taking any medication at least not after you try every self-help technique in the book to make sure you stop anxiety the natural way.