Panic Away Review | End Anxiety And Panic Attacks Fast – Vinamy.com

Symptoms of panic disorder Many people who suffer from panic disorder use similar phrases when describing an incident it feels as if you are out of control and having a heart attack. Other physical signs include profuse sweating, heavy or labored breathing, pounding or racing heart that can cause chest pain, weakness or dizziness, numbness or tingling in the hands or other extremities, a feeling hot or a cold chill, tingly or numb hands and stomach pain. While some people can identify their triggers for a panic attack, they often come on suddenly. One of the biggest sources of panic is the fear of having another attack. Connection to addiction Drugs and alcohol are often used by those with panic disorder as a way to calming themselves or numb their fear of a looming attack.A study published in Behavior Research and Therapy found that 10 percent to 20 percent of individuals with panic disorder struggle with substance abuse and that alcoholism occurs in 10 percent to 40 percent of those who have panic disorder. However, since alcohol and drug abuse can trigger panic attacks, this attempt at self-medication often exacerbates the problem. The symptoms of panic disorder often precede substance abuse or alcoholism. Treatment While some people with very limited triggers can manage to avoid certain situations, those with frequent, full-fledged panic attacks can become very disabled by their condition.
More: Panic Disorder: Causes & Treatment for Panic Attacks | LiveScience

Anxiety affects people whether they’re about to walk out of their home or up onto a stage in front of 100’s of people. Countless programs show people how to cope, however Barry McDonagh wanted to stop anxiety and panic attacks altogether. Having suffered for years, Barry found the key to ending constant anxiety was to no longer fear the thought of having a panic attack. Barry found success and soon after Panic Away was created by him in 2001 to help fellow sufferers. Since then Panic Away has helped over 70,000 people end their panic attacks and anxiety. At the core of Panic Away is a technique called the 21-7 Techniquea. This technique teaches people how to stop a panic attack in 21 seconds and reduce general anxiety in less than 7 minutes a hence the name 21-7 Technique. Panic Away is available digitally or in physical format.
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Oscar Pistorius’ Shrink Says Leg Amputations Gave Him Mental Disorder – ABC News

He is charged with killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp before dawn on Valentine’s Day 2013. Pistorius, 27, claims he mistook his lover for a burglar. He could face at least 25 years in prison if convicted. Vorster told the court that Pistorius suffers from generalized anxiety disorder brought on by difficulties handling the amputation of his lower legs, his mothers death and his growing fame. Oscar Pistorius Trial in Final Stretch Pistorius legs were amputated below the knee when he was 11 months old. Vorster highlighted the impact of Pistorius double amputation at the pre-language stage of his development, saying without the ability to understand language, the boy would have experienced the amputation of his lower legs as a “traumatic assault. Vorster said Pistorius “appears to be a mistrustful and guarded person,” a tendency that went back to his mother who slept with a gun under her pillow. She said that the star sprinter displayed “escalating levels of anxiety” as he got older. The psychiatrist said under cross examination that Pistorius knew right from wrong, but his generalized anxiety disorder could have influenced his actions the night he shot Steenkamp because of his constant state of fear.
Source: Oscar Pistorius’ Shrink Says Leg Amputations Gave Him Mental Disorder – ABC News

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