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    Panic attaks cure ?

    Hello

    This program as helped hundreds of people like you overcome their panic attacks and anxiety, It comes higly recommended and is worth trying, There are a lot of helpful techniques to help you overcome your phobias and anxiety, We have had a lot of good feedback about this program saying how well it as worked.

    http://www.phobics-awareness.org/panic.php

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    I was given a book that was short, but gave me all the information that I needed to get through this anxity thing. I now don't know the last time that I had a panic attack. It has changed my life in amazing ways

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    http://www.amazon.com/Anxiety-thing-...4&sr=1-1-spell

    Something in this book will help you for sure.

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    what did the book teach you?

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    Here it is

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    could you guys help me pleasee

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    Can anyone suggest what to do when you panick at shopping centres?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alice090 View Post
    Can anyone suggest what to do when you panick at shopping centres?
    The best way to take on a panic attack is with an attack of your own. Distract yourself with something that requires your undivided attention. In a shopping center, or a mall, there are several places you could find things that are of interest to you that you could pick up and examine. Don't just look at how nice it is, but try to figure it out.. how was it made, what can it do besides the obvious, who was involved in putting it together. Just get your mind off of the panic and onto to something interesting. Don't run from the environment. You'll never get over it if you do. Take deep slow breaths, think about the nice things in life, and maybe get yourself a refreshing drink or a treat from the food court if the shopping center has one. The hardest part of overcoming these panic attacks is realizing that they are in your mind. I've been dealing with my anxiety and panic attacks for over 10 years and even today, I sometimes succumb to them. Just thing as many positive thoughts as possible, keep breathing (slowly and deeply), and distract yourself as much as possible.

    Best of luck to you.
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    You CAN overcome your symptoms, but you have to turn every stone and try something new.

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    can someone give me advice? i have been convinced for over two weeks that i cant breathe i even made my mom take me to the ER and they done by oxeygen level and its 100% great. but i refused a chest xray because i was convinced i have lung cancer. my chest is tight and i feel like my throat and airways are closing. i have had anxiety for years and all last year i spent thinking i have lung cancer, brain tumour, stomach cancer etc... ive had this for years but i really need help with the breathing thing im so paranoid im going to die of an asthma attack ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by roisin x View Post
    can someone give me advice? i have been convinced for over two weeks that i cant breathe i even made my mom take me to the ER and they done by oxeygen level and its 100% great. but i refused a chest xray because i was convinced i have lung cancer. my chest is tight and i feel like my throat and airways are closing. i have had anxiety for years and all last year i spent thinking i have lung cancer, brain tumour, stomach cancer etc... ive had this for years but i really need help with the breathing thing im so paranoid im going to die of an asthma attack ...
    Well the good news is your symptoms seem like anxiety. I've had actual asthma when I was younger, I haven't heard of anyone dying from it, especially since you haven't mentioned any allergies. I've never had that sensation during my panic attacks...but perhaps this will help.

    w w w. panicaway.c om/anxiety-symptoms/anxiety-breathing

    Good news is you probably don't have lung cancer and considering you're probably younger than 30, you definitely don't.

 

 

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