At work my boss was on my case about late paperwork, never minding the fact that my workload was so beyond full it could have been classified as abuse. My desk looked like the line at the only fast food joint near my office around noon: hopelessly crowded with angry people sticking their heads out of windows to yell at other angry people, making obscene gestures with whichever body part was most readily available, and blowing their horns like it was new years. I hadn’t had a day off since I caught the chicken pocks and I’m pretty sure the receptionist wasn’t being sincere when she looked at me with those big eyes and told me she “lost” my vacation request. No wonder I started to get attacks.
I started looking anywhere and everywhere for a cure for panic attacks and found some wild suggestions. A calming technique I found involved a rubber band. Brightly colored rubber bound around a wrist was supposed to provide a sort of anchor at times when panic looms. This version of a cure for stress involved lightly snapping the band against your skin as a pain stress reliever, or a means of helping stabilize ones mind when you are on the edge of an attack. This “cure” was fine but alone it couldn’t fight the constant onslaught.
The Panic Away Program offers techniques like this but couples them with proven methods of counter balancing the anxiety that makes your body go into overdrive in the first place. That why I get the best of all options and I ensure that I will conquer the issues I have been struggling with because of my work life. With help from the program I’ve been able to stay free of what ailed me before and it was as simple as abc’s to get it done. It didn’t take very long and as long as I stuck with the program it started working after a few days of five to ten minute sessions. Compared to what I was trying before that it almost unbelievable. I wouldn’t think it was true if it hadn’t happened to me!
Wishing you the best and bye for now!
Eric, from the desk of the Successful Self Improvement Team – make sure to try the Cure for Panic Attacks
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