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My chest closes up and no matter how hard I inhale oxygen doesn’t seem to quite get to my lungs. Sweat pours down my face and puddles in the creases of my skin. One moment I am fine and the next it is as if I am dying. In my head I change that I am fine, I try to convince myself that it’s just my body. My nerves are acting up and if I just manage to focus I’ll be alright. I’ve gone through this dozens of times before and every one of them feels like it’ll be the last. It’s happening again, I’m having an attack.
Since I’ve been suffering from them I have learned one absolute truth: as with any other bodily ailment one treatment for attacks may not work as well for me as it does for the lady down the road. This is particularly true for these specific issues. Panic itself is an extremely personal thing. While you may be terrified of this is particularly true here because panic itself is such a personal thing. If I see a spider running at my foot I might flip out. You, on the other hand, may just step on it. It depends on who you are and what gets you worked up and these attacks are exactly the same.
That is why I am so confident with the Panic Away Program. It has a set up where you can find a way to fight off fear that works for you. It is treatment designed for people of all different background to use and so no matter what it is that set you off, calms you down, or how much time you have in the day to spend devoted to the program, you can find relief. If you’ve found that the usual methods of therapy and medication haven’t work for you then I would highly, highly recommend you give this a go. It hasn’t failed me yet and I’ve been free of episodes for so long I’m almost afraid to believe. This program really works and it can work for you too.
We wish you all the best and a profound cure
Eric, from the Successful Self Improvement Team