3 Secrets To Cure Panic Attacks And Anxiety

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How to Cure Depression, Anxiety, and Panic Attacks

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Question by PauloP20: Are there any alternative medicines to cure Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?
Are there any alternative medicines to cure Post Traumatic Stress Disorder? I just got home from Iraq, serving a total of 7 years in the U.S. Marines. My doctor is telling me that I could have PTSD and she said I have to take some kind of pills. I DO NOT like taking pills. I’d rather have some kind of therapy…

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Linden Method Anxiety Panic Attacks Cure


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Question by Steven: My social phobia went untreated for too long and now is lifelong can I still cure it?
What happened was I had social phobia since age 9 and kept it to myself. When I was 17 I saw the doc and he gave me valium. I overdosed and he refused to continue treatment.

I gradually lost my fear of people and public places but the psychiatrist tells me I have social phobia. I am taking SSRI but I still have no friends and this is the main concern for me- lack of social interaction.

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Does The Fast Phobia Cure Work For Injections?

Article by Jim Brackin

Supposing that you have ever searched the internet for a solution to your injection anxiety you will have come across the Fast Phobia Cure. Many people seem to be selling this as an instant, one-hit solution to the needle anxiety that you have had for many years. You are probably left wondering if, behind the extensive publicity, these claims to comprehensively remove the your fear in hours and sometimes minutes are legal, decent, honest or truthful.

The easy answer to the question posed in the headline ‘Does the fast phobia cure work for needle phobias?’ is Yes. And No. Confused? I understand that that may appear to be a conflict, so please let me explain.

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A Panic Attack Cure Which Everyone Must Have

Article by Bobby Dyland

In an episode of an American Sitcom entitled ?Just Shoot Me,? one of the characters named Elliot suddenly collapsed when he was reminded about his marriage with a character named Maya. When he woke up in the hospital, he thought that it was a heart attack but it turns out that he had a panic attack due to his fear of getting married. Just like in real life, panic attack is usually mistaken for a heart attack or a nervous breakdown.

A panic attack is the sudden development of an intense anxiety that causes immediate physical reaction. Panic attacks interfere with your everyday life and cause certain adverse effects that prevent you from enjoying a normal life. Hence, one should seek a panic attack cure because it may be a serious medical condition.

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Cognitive behavioral therapy – the cure for insomnia

Article by John Scott

There’s nothing worse than waking up at 3 in the morning, knowing you are not going to get back to sleep. There you are, lying in pitch darkness, frustrated the day has already begun for you. Now, let’s be straightforward about this. Insomnia has been around for centuries. It’s nothing new. What has changed are the pressures of life. In the good old days, most people went to bed when it got dark and woke with the dawn. This was a simple routine and most closely matched the behavior locked into our genes. When we were based in caves, sending out hunters and gatherers, we were daylight creatures. As farmers, nothing changed. It’s all the fault of the people who invented cities. They started staying up during the night to eat, drink and have fun. Once you combine artificial light with entertainment, there’s a whole new world tempting people to explore. This breaks the habits of generations and puts pressure on people to fit in work, play and sleep. For those who are supposed to rise and go to work in the morning, staying up late at night causes problems. As babies, our parents put us to bed in the early evening. The same routine continues for children for as long as possible – until all the temptations and distractions prove too much. That’s when the good sleep habits are lost, and the catnapping fit-in-what-you-can-when-you-can mentality gets started.

It’s true there are some excellent drugs on the market that can knock you out and keep you asleep during the night. But becoming dependent on a pill bottle is not a good long-term solution, particularly when some people suffer adverse side effects from these drugs. The best solution lies in relearning the sleep habits of children. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) teaches strategies to overcome sleep problems. It begins by capturing real information about your current sleep patterns. Never assume everyone can or should sleep eight hours a night. Some people continue to function well even though only sleeping six or seven hours. This involves you removing any unnecessary anxiety you have – the more anxious you become, the harder it is to fall asleep. CBT teaches relaxation techniques to calm your worries, reduce stress and take a more positive view of your lifestyle. There is also a full audit of your home to ensure the sleeping environment encourages sleep. This involves addressing problems of noise, light from outside, temperature control, and so on. The idea is to maximize comfort.

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