April 3, 2014
Are you one of those people who has often wondered why you seen to “freak out” more than most people and sometimes for no real reason at all? Do certain situations make you feel uncomfortable? I don’t mean the kind of uncomfortable where you think “I shouldn’t be here”, but at first awkward, then a little fidgety, and then maybe you start to sweat a little then a lot. If you experience things like this and other similar ones, and don’t know what it is, you are suffering from anxiety.
Anxiety seems so innocuous and stupid, but it a very real and isolating condition. Most sufferers begin to manifest symptoms as children or often in middle school (primary school) and high school. It is... more»
January 30, 2014
The thing about anxiety is that most people think you are looking for attention or trying to get out of doing a certain task at work (or school). This is a very sad and incorrect assumption on a non-sufferer’s part.
If you are one of the lucky ones who does not have sudden and crippling anxiety attacks, then reading up on our panic away review – it may give you a new perspective on the disease. And yes, it really is a disease.
Anxiety can be mild enough that nobody will ever know when you have an attack, or so severe that you can have trouble breathing, sweat excessively and any number of symptoms. In older people it can look and feel like a heart attack, while in younger people it can look... more»
September 9, 2013
We are the cause of our anxiety. The most hated thing in our lives is something that we create. This concept is unacceptable to most of us, because the suffering is so great that we cannot even begin to imagine that we have any part in creating it. But we do – we “feed the monster” so to speak. Anxiety and panic attacks are something uncontrollable for us, but we light the fuse that make panic attacks flare. In our Panic Away review we explain how Panic Away works in helping you to eliminate anxiety from your life, but what causes Anxiety?
What do we feed Anxiety with?
We get into a pattern: after the first panic attack we know that at some point... more»
September 8, 2013
How many people do you know that are stronger than the fear of death? A person that has suffered from panic attacks, and that has overcome them, can consider himself a member of the most elitist club on earth, nevermind the special forces or the martial arts champions! The real warriors are the anxiety survivors!
Anyone who has had a panic attack will tell you it’s the hardest thing they’ve had to go through in life, and they have had to do it completely on their own. No one can help them, and their loved ones have no idea of what they are experiencing.
Panic Away details how instead of feeling like a normal person who has “fallen” to a mental weakness, you should be feeling like a hero... more»
September 7, 2013
Anxiety sits in that middle ground between the physical and the mental which is governed by the hormones. Hormones are the connecting link between mind and emotion. It is very difficult to determine whether the biochemistry governs the emotions or whether the emotions govern the biochemistry. We do know, however, that the mind and the body influence each other constantly.
If you are struggling to beat anxiety, helping yourself with a healthy lifestyle is very important. Start off by being careful about what you eat.
Sugar, caffeine and alcohol trigger Anxiety
Sugar, and refined flour create glucose peaks which require a good quantity of insulin to get back into a normal range. When there is an... more»