Are You Tired of Panic Attacks Controlling
Are you afraid to go out in public for fear that you might have a panic attack?
Do you ever suddenly feel overcome with fear or dread for no apparent reason?
Has your heart raced and pounded so hard that you thought that you were going to die?
Have you actually gone to the emergency room thinking that you were having a heart attack only to be told it’s “just” anxiety?
Do you wish that you could feel at peace in your life and do every day regular activities such as shopping or driving with ease?
Suffering with panic attacks can be extremely debilitating and limiting. You may have uncomfortable or frightening sensations in your body such as a racing heartbeat, sweaty palms, tunnel vision, dizziness and/or difficulty concentrating. Perhaps you don’t know what is happening when you experience these sensations and you are unsure of where they come from and how to stop them. You may have thoughts that you will do or say something embarrassing or that you are going crazy. Maybe you even experience shortness of breath, shaking or trembling and really fear that you are going to die.
Perhaps you feel stuck. Fearing that you will have a panic attack, you may find that you do things in a certain way so that you can feel prepared for a quick escape. For example, you might sit at the end of the aisle in a theater because you know that you can get out quickly if you need to. Or, you may use certain roads because these are your “safe” routes. When what you really desire is to be able to enjoy life and stop basing your decisions on fear and start doing things because you want to do them.
PANIC ATTACKS ARE COMMON
You may be suffering quietly, thinking that no one else has such fearful thoughts and scary bodily symptoms. You are not alone. In fact, according to the National Institute for Mental Health, panic disorder affects about six million people a year and is more common in women than men. But, that doesn’t mean that you have to live with it.
Many people also wonder what causes panic attacks. The body’s response, with all of these bodily sensations, goes back to the days of the caveman. If the caveman found himself facing danger, the fight or flight response was automatically triggered in his body. His adrenaline began to pump, his sense of sight and smell became much more acute and his body began to perspire to cool him down. This along with other physiological changes prepared him to either fight for his life or flee.
Because it is linked to these old survival behaviors, panic can actually be a good response. If you walk into the street and there is a car speeding toward you, you want this alarm system to kick into action to get you out of harm’s way. Unfortunately, this response can kick in when there is no real danger. It seems to come out of the blue.
Panic disorder can develop when you begin to fear having more panic attacks. You may constantly feel a sense of dread and find that you avoid places where you had a panic attack. This can really negatively affect your quality of life. Thankfully, with the help of an experienced therapist, you can find peace and ease in your body and your mind.
Panic Attack Therapy CAN HELP YOU FIND LASTING RELIEF
You don’t have to suffer anymore. One of the most common things that I hear from my clients is that they just want to be “normal,” and to do things without fear of having a panic attack. You don’t have to live a life that is limited by anxiety and panic attacks anymore. With a specialized therapy for panic attacks, I have helped many people feel “normal” again. Using a light hypnotic trance state and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), I can help you re-map or change your brain’s response in situations that often trigger panic. Panic attacks are a signal from the unconscious mind that something needs to be healed. So while panic attacks seem to come out of the blue, they are often connected to things that happened early in life that have not yet been resolved.
I suffered with panic attacks for many years and I know what it is like to have these fearful thoughts with racing heartbeat and difficulty concentrating. And, I know how to treat panic attacks and help you find relief. In our first session, together we will set goals so that we both know what you want to achieve during our sessions. I will also teach you some powerful techniques that you can use immediately to begin to create calm. Everyone is unique and the therapy I use is individualized for you.
I have helped many people find calm in their lives. One client recently commented to me that he wished he had known years about that the panic attack therapy I offer was available. Another client told me that she felt like a fear was lifted and she is now able to do activities and go places with ease.
You, too, can get relief from panic attacks. Imagine what your life will be like when you are doing things that you want to do, when you are participating in social activities without the fear of having a panic attack and are able to leave your house without the feeling of dread. This life is possible for you.
You may believe that panic attack treatment can help you feel better and function with greater ease, but still have questions or concerns…
HOW DO I KNOW IF THERAPY WILL HELP ME?
Many people come to see me after having gone to other therapists and are skeptical that this therapy can help. My approach is very different than most therapists. In a gentle and respectful way, I will help you get to the root of the problem. Many clients tell me that panic attacks seem to “come out of the blue.” Through helping so many people find relief, I know that panic attacks are often connected to something that happened earlier in life; something that needs to be healed. As you and I work together to heal these past hurts, you can begin to feel relief.
ISN’T Panic Attack Therapy EXPENSIVE AND TIME-CONSUMING?
Many times, when people think of therapy, they think it will take years. My therapeutic approach for helping people is relatively quick. I use techniques that get results.
Stop and think for a moment how panic attacks have impacted you? Do they stop you from enjoying your life? Do they limit you? Panic attack treatment is an investment in your long-term well-being. How much is that worth to you?
There is a saying that we only go through life once. How do you want to go through your life?
Change is possible!
THE TIME IS NOW TO STOP LETTING PANIC ATTACKS CONTROL YOUR LIFE!
I can help you get true, lasting relief from panic attacks and help you re-claim your life. Call me at 856.238.5036 for a free 15-minute consultation. Or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information about how panic attack therapy can help you start feeling better and living your life with calm.
*results may vary