However, some of us are anxious most of the time, and find everyday life a cause of worry. Others suffer from severe anxiety episodes which often result in panic attacks. These can be triggered by certain sights, smells or sounds such as being near water or the smell of burning. Whereas for others they are unable to pin point what causes the sweating, the palpitations, the difficulty in breathing and the uncontrollable anxiety.
As human animals we are designed to instinctively recognise and choose how to deal with danger through our adrenal system. This is commonly referred to as our ‘fight or flight’ mode and although heightened in wild animals such as deer we humans also have this instinct. When this instinct does not function properly for whatever reason then humans experience over anxiety; sub consciously they are sensing the potential for danger all the time or perceiving danger when there is none.
There are many ideas available in self help books or online with how to deal with your panic attacks or feelings of anxiety, but what if you could just stop feeling that way all together?
What if you could live your life without feeling over anxious?
What if your last panic attack was your last one ever?
I work with people worldwide to support them in living without heightened anxiety; I have 100% success rate with clients who were experiencing panic attacks. 100%.
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