Overcoming Panic Attacks


Author: Ray Comfort

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781459697874


Page: 96

View: 2757

Ray Comfort uses his firsthand experience to provide these practical principles that unlock chains and immoveable doors.

Overcoming Panic, Anxiety & Phobias

New Strategies to Free Yourself from Worry and Fear


Author: Shirley Babior

Publisher: Whole Person Associates

ISBN: 9781570250729

Category: Self-Help

Page: 161

View: 7356

Describes techniques for reducing the effects of anxiety-related disorders for victims and their families

Overcoming Panic Disorder

My Story—My Journey into and beyond Anxiety, Panic Attacks, and Agoraphobia


Author: Donna McLean

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1452513147

Category: Self-Help

Page: 88

View: 6185

Author Donna McLean is just a normal lady who appeared to live a “normal” life—and yet she carried a secret that filled her with despair. The stresses of her life, compounded by a series of emotionally disturbing events, tragedies, and traumas, translated into crippling anxiety, panic attacks, and agoraphobia. After twenty-four years of enduring the physical symptoms of anxiety and panic disorder, such as rapid heartbeat, blurred vision, jelly legs, the urgent need to find a toilet, and feelings of terror, she found refuge in the life of an agoraphobic. Now she shares her personal account of a life lived in fear. More importantly, however, she describes a life ultimately reclaimed and healed. She recalls her long search for effective treatment, support, and a cure. This memoir began as a therapeutic journal and evolved into an inspirational real-life story designed to educate, empower, and inspire. From a very dark and lonely place, Donna created a ray of light at the end of a very dark tunnel ... and so can you.

Overcoming Panic Attacks

Understanding How, Why, and When It Occurs to Prevent and Get Over Them Quickly


Author: Deanna Irving

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781094627045


Page: 42

View: 1866

Have you ever experienced a panic attack? I don't want alarm you but the average person will experience at least one panic attack in the course of their lifetime. This doesn't mean you are caught in a panic disorder, however it's important you know what the main panic attack symptoms are and be able to recognize if you are having one. While it is perfectly natural to experience some level of fear about an upcoming event, like a big test or presentation, the symptoms should not be confused with the symptoms of fear and anxiety in a specific situation. Unlike anxiety, it is a specific episode where you experience an intense level of panic and terror with some of the most common symptoms that we'll lay out for you in this book to aid you in recognizing and differentiating.Book Content Includes: Chapter 1 - Understanding Panic AttacksChapter 2 - Can You Spot These Panic Attack Symptoms In Your Life?Chapter 3 - Panic Attacks Won't Kill You, But They Can Sure Make Your Life MiserableChapter 4 - Why the Symptoms of a Panic Attack Vary From Those of a Panic DisorderChapter 5 - A Beginners Guide on How to Treat Panic AttacksChapter 6 - Effective Techniques For Preventing Panic AttacksChapter 7 - How to Control Panic Attacks and End Your Fear of Having AnotherChapter 8 - A Full Course of Panic Treatment Can Cure the Severest Panic Attack

From Panic to Peace of Mind

Overcoming Panic and Agoraphobia


Author: C. B. Scrignar

Publisher: Wellness Institute, Inc.

ISBN: 9781587410598

Category: Psychology

Page: 303

View: 4429

Understanding Panic Attacks and Overcoming Fear


Author: Roger Baker

Publisher: Lion Books

ISBN: 074595961X

Category: Self-Help

Page: 176

View: 2486

A new, fully revised edition of Roger Baker's highly regarded book on panic attacks and other fear-related conditions. Baker sets out in clear and concise language a psychological self-help programme for panic sufferers, answering important questions such as: What is a panic attack? What does it feel like? What causes attacks? Can they be cured? "A full recovery is possible," explains Baker. "It certainly is not easy, nor quick, but it definitely is possible."

Anxiety: Stress Management Guide for Overcoming Anxiety, Depression, Phobias, and Panic Attacks Through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Hypnosis and Meditation: Understand Psychology and Remove Shyness


Author: Joel Robertson

Publisher: Joel Robertson


Category: Self-Help

Page: 96

View: 2060

Are You Ready To Say Goodbye to Your Anxiety, Worry, and Panic for Good? This Book Will Reveal How... This is a guide to help you understand the symptoms of being over anxious, and then goes on to help you tackle the condition of an anxiety attack. Better still, it shows you how to recognize an imminent anxiety attack, and deal with it in simple steps. I don’t wish to complicate your life further, just to make it easier. The purpose of this book is to give you the tools to reinvent your life and yourself. No… You are not going to become a god, but I can tell you this: if you take the principles in this book serious you will see a change in your anxiety levels and outlook towards life in general. You will have become a warrior of peace. You Need This Vital Information To Eliminate Anxiety And Depression From Your Life.

Overcoming Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia

A Cognitive Restructuring and Exposure-Based Protocol for the Treatment Panic and Agoraphobia


Author: Elke Zuercher-White,Matthew McKay

Publisher: New Harbinger Publications Incorporated


Category: Psychology

Page: 148

View: 8750

A 12 to 16 session treatment for individual adults experiencing agoraphobia & panic disorder. Treatment interventions includ psychoeducation, greathing retraining, cognitive restructuring, interoceptive exposure, in vivo exposure & relapse prevention.Zuercher-White is the author of END2 and AGOR.

Dancing Away an Anxious Mind

A Memoir about Overcoming Panic Disorder


Author: Robert Rand

Publisher: Terrace Books

ISBN: 9780299201609

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 219

View: 8347

"In this memoir, Robert Rand tells the tale of how social dancing freed him from the grip of panic disorder. Rand was a serious man, a scholarly, shy and intense perfectionist who achieved national recognition in his career. He was a senior editor on the staff of National Public Radio's All Things Considered when, in the midst of his success, panic attacks overwhelmed him. For more than two years, he suffered debilitating effects; the disease flattened his spirits and entirely stripped him of self-confidence. He crawled through his days, barely getting by." "Then Rand discovered social dancing, in particular Cajun and zydeco dance and music. Dancing became a cathartic and liberating endeavor, helping him beat back his panic disorder to gain control of his life. Rand found on the dance floor a new compelling world where absolute strangers physically embrace; a world where that embrace can turn volatile when the strangers are of different races; a romantic and passionate world, for dancing is how Rand met his wife."--Jacket.