Wednesday, November 30, 2011

100% Natural Solution For Fast Relief

    That's how most women describe to me their experience of a panic attack. But that's not all. It gets worse with time. The first panic attacks leaves an imprint of fear in your system. A "mental scar." The thought of having to go through it again is next to unbearable. This feeds the fear you already have and before you know it, you have a panic disorder.

    But it's not all bad news. There is actually a way to not only overcome it, but benefit from it. But more on that later. Right now let's focus on conquering the fear from panic attacks and getting some fast results and relief.

    IMPORTANT: You won't get far by reading alone. Yes, understanding the condition and the solution is vital, but you MUST implement the information you learn here. Try to resist the temptation to read this like a regular article. Please be ACTIVE and carry out the exercises. Okay let's dive in!

    Understand you are 100% SAFE. Listen to me here -> In all history of man kind, there isn't a SINGLE documented case of severe injury or death caused by panic attacks. NONE. And you're most welcome to check me up on that yourself. I spent weeks trying to find a case of that sort.

    You won't suffocate. You won't go crazy. You won't die. You won't get "stuck" with these sensations. Panic attacks are just misinterpretation of your body's own signals - The fight or flight response. We'll get to that on another day but for now know this: You aren't in any danger. NONE.

    Write down ALL your worries and sensations. This is the part where you need to PARTICIPATE. I want you to write EVERYTHING that bothers you. And I do mean everything. Yes yes, right now, go get a pen and a piece of paper (or use your pc), and start pouring your heart out.

    I know you're afraid of having another attack. I know you're afraid of the sensations. Maybe the embarrassment if the panic will "catch" you in public. Some women had to give up their jobs because of this.

    Right now all these fears are in your mind. Racing around. Back and forth. Playing games with you. Messing with your head. But you and me both know that there isn't really and danger. Think about all the attacks you had. Despite the awful sensations and dreading thoughts, here you are. Alive and well. UNHARMED. When you put all your fears on paper, it gives you a CLEAR, unbiased perspective on your condition.

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