Is it possible to treat panic attacks naturally? Yes! In fact, natural treatments are gaining popularity as the best way to treat panic attacks.
A panic attack is…
… a brief episode of intense anxiety, fear or apprehension. An attack is usually accompanied by physical symptoms that may include heart palpitations, chest pain, shortness of breath, sweating, shaking or dizziness.
Number of people who suffer from attacks
Over 6 million adult Americans suffer from panic attacks, according to the National Institutes of Mental Health. But, many researchers believe that number is a low estimate, because many people who experience attacks never receive the proper diagnosis.
This is what happens in your brain during an attack
When you are having an attack, your mental activity moves from the front of your brain where the rationalization takes place to your mid brain where survival mechanisms such as fight or flight originate from.
In short, when you experience an attack your midbrain becomes more active, resulting in the heightened state of fear and panic.
Medicines used most often to treat anxiety and panic include the following;
* Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) such as Prozac, Luvox, Zoloft, or Paxil
* Bezodiazepines such as Xanax, Valium, Librium, and Klonopin, or Ativan
* Anti-depressants such as Tofranil, Pamelor, Elavil, and Anafranil, or Norpramin
The typical approach to treat panic attacks is with medications. However, natural treatments are gaining popularity as the best ways to treat attacks.
Treat panic attacks naturally
Have you heard about a book called Panic Away written by Joe Barry? Not? It is about time you do!
Because Panic Away offers a powerful and simple technique for curing anxiety and panic. This technique is called the One Move Technique and has already helped tens of thousands of people to eliminate general anxiety, panic attacks and panic disorder.
(Because of copyright, I would like to say that this is my perception of what the One Move Technique is.)
One move technique – How does it work?
The One Move technique is a technique that helps people move mental activity away from their impulsive mid brain back to their rationalizing forebrain before, or during an attack.
This technique is safe and easy to apply and is based on well-tested cognitive psychology and science.
My personal experience with the One Move Technique
I suffered from anxiety and panic for fifteen years. My symptoms were pretty extreme. My heart would race. I would have difficulty breathing. Sometimes I would even feel like I was loosing control.
I tried several different methods to cure my attacks, but without any success. Then I found the One Move Technique. Very soon after I started using this technique my attacks went away and my anxiety decreased drastically.
Now I am free from attacks and happy to say that I have come back to my previous self. I can smile again… and it is all thanks to the One Move Technique.
Treat panic attacks and anxiety today!