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Panic Attack Therapist

 

Online programme for panic attacks and anxiety,
with personal support by Vincent Benedict


Unique, proven system
which has been used by thousands of clients successfully.

Vincent Benedict DipHyp CS, DipSPS, CertTH, NLP Pract
Phone 077 8215 8008 to ask for home visits

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“By coming to this page, you are showing that you have had enough of suffering your living hell, and want to eliminate your panic attacks and anxiety. You will probably have found that the medication your doctor recommended only masked your problem. Your counsellor was probably only interested in discussing some stressful event, but has never come up with a solution. The natural therapies and multivitamins have failed to deliver what they promised.
Your heart is probably still beating fast, the dizziness is with you all day, and hyperventilation comes and goes, at will. Your safety zone is getting smaller and taking your children to school, or going to work, becomes a bigger obstacle each day. The temptation now is to reach out to anyone who offers a miracle cure at an inflated price. You are now at your most vulnerable, and you are probably starting to believe that no-one understands what you are going through, and this is it for the rest of your life.


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It doesn’t have to be like this. Have a read of the “my story” link at the top of your page. I suffered just like you for 20 years whilst serving in the RAF, and I am now fully recovered. I am also a fully qualified therapist, with full insurance, and have now dedicated my life to helping people like you become ex-sufferers. I have helped huge numbers of people turn their lives around and my facebook page is one of the largest owned by a therapist. Make a decision today to trust me 100% and get on the road to recovery. My methods are real and work over and over again; all I ask is that you are motivated to succeed. Have a read of the rest of the page, and then decide which package is best for you. I am looking forward to working with you. In my opinion this is the best online programme for panic attacks and anxiety.”
Vincent Benedict DipHyp CS, DipSPC, CertTH, NLP Pract

What will this online programme for panic attacks and anxiety do for you? If you are suffering from the symptoms of anxiety disorder, then this online programme, with my support, will provide release from your nightmares, AND ELIMINATE YOUR PANIC ATTACKS AND ANXIETY. These are the same techniques I used to eliminate my 20 years of panic attacks (have a read of my personal story on this website); the only difference is that I have added an amazing support package to make it easier for your recovery. You will notice relief from the very first module, where I teach you to reduce your stress, and also provide you with two mp3 recordings to aid your relaxation. We are the only people offering live, daily webinars to reduce your anxiety and make you mentally stronger, so that you will find it easier to get on the road to recovery. Everything is straightforward and easy to follow. All you need to do is provide the wish to eliminate your panic attacks and live a carefree life.
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Standard
£45.00 per month
1. Full online programme with all recordings, with support through each module by Vincent Benedict.
2. Free entry to all webinars.
3. Membership to closed facebook page.
4. Support from Vincent Benedict via email, facebook chat or private messaging, texting.
5. Transfer to other packages, if required.
 
5 Week Bootcamp
£200.00 single payment
1. Full online programme with all recordings, with support through each module by Vincent Benedict.
2. Free entry to all webinars.
3. Membership to closed facebook page.
4. Support from Vincent Benedict via your chosen communication system.
5. This is a personalised package and involves almost daily contact with Vincent Benedict.
 

*** Please note that costs may vary slightly due to currency exchange rate.

*** Please note that you may cancel your membership at any time, without any penalty. You are welcome to rejoin at any time.

*** Should you elect to join the “5 Week Bootcamp” programme, this involves working closely with Vincent Benedict and is strongly recommended for those who need quicker results. The course lasts 5 weeks and I will contact you on an almost daily basis to ensure that you are given the best opportunity to recover from your disorder. This is a single one off charge and great value. If you are interested in undertaking this programme, please contact me first on benedict449@btinternet.com or 077 8215 8008 to see if I have availability. You may have to join a waiting list.

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Is this what you want? Do you want to live the life you were leading before all these problems started? Let me provide it for you. Why not have a look at my business facebook page and see all the great feedback. Please feel free to contact anyone on the page and ask for feedback.

Eliminate Your Panic Attacks and Anxiety Facebook page

Once you have enrolled, you will receive instructions by email to start the first module immediately. And, don’t forget, I will be supporting you throughout via a choice of different mediums, depending on the package you opt for.

There are many products on the market to eliminate your panic attacks, but most are coping strategies. I am not interested in helping you cope! These are the techniques I personally used to eliminate my panic attacks, and they have also worked with anxiety and agoraphobia sufferers. This programme has the following advantages:

 

1. You can use it at home because it is all online. This is particularly important for clients who are unable to go outside, or travel to see a therapist.
2. These techniques are tried and tested, and have worked for me and hundreds of my clients. I have added some very effective recordings, and an amazing support package, which make this programme unbeatable. These recordings will help you de-stress and become more positive in your daily life.
3. I believe that our system is the most successful because we include optional, daily, online webinars. These are easy to attend – all you need is a pc or laptop. During these sessions, I use unique techniques to reduce your anxiety and make you mentally stronger.
4. You get personal support from me via the chatrooms, skype, facebook, email, phone, depending on the package you choose. If you don’t want my support, and want to do the programme on your own, then that is your choice. I have been through what you are going through and understand what your needs are.
4. The instructions are delivered every few days so that you are not overloaded with information.
5. Still not sure? I will let you use a sampler package (modules 1 and 2) for a small charge, for up to 3 months, to see if this really is the most effective treatment around.
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Still not sure? That’s ok. Many people feel that their problem can’t be cured or have given up hope of getting their life back to where it used to be, before the anxiety disorders appeared.. If this is you, I suggest you do the following:

 

1. Go to my facebook page and have a look around at the great feedback. It has been there since 12 Dec 2012 and is the top page belonging to a therapist. If we weren’t doing something right, we would not have lasted this long and with so many members.
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2. Don’t want to sign up to anything till you are sure. Try our sampler package and start straight away to reduce your anxiety with the amazing mp3 recordings.

 

 

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Online programme for
panic attacks and anxiety

Day 1 – Introduction to the programme.
Why do you have panic attacks?
Symptoms of a panic attack.
What should I do?
Will this work for me?
Instructions to stop accommodating your anxiety.
Breathing exercises.
Two mp3 recordings to reduce negative thoughts and stress.

Day 3 – Panic Attack symptoms are good for you?
What not to do.
Easy technique to give you a boost when you are feeling down.

Day 5 – Diverting your mind.
Starting your Day technique.
mp3 recording to imagine yourself without anxiety.

Day 8 – “So What!” technique.
Panic Attack Roller Coaster technique.
Ride the Wave technique (all the way from Kathmandu!).
mp3 recording to Eliminate Panic Attacks

Day 11 – Check your diet

Day 20 – Reminders to make sure you are doing it correctly.
mp3 recording to eliminate any negativity.

Day 22 – Ring of Confidence technique so that you can feel confident, motivated and strong whenever you want.
Two mp3 recordings to give you confidence and motivation whenever you need it..

Day 25 – Repetitive Thoughts / Intrusive thoughts.
Recording of technique for you to follow to eliminate these thoughts.

Day 28 – Kick Agoraphobia out (beat agoraphobia by putting the Moment of Recoil on its head!)

Day 31 – Fear of Driving
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The different modules will be delivered to you on the set days. This is to stop you being overloaded with information right at the beginning, and it also gives you a set structure to follow. The mp3 recordings have been made by myself and can’t be purchased elsewhere. They will deal specifically with negative thoughts, anxiety and panic attacks. You can listen to them on the computer or download them to your phone or cd. Each module will have questions to ensure you are following it right. For support, you can email me or contact me via facebook chat, skype, phone or face-to-face depending on the package you choose. As an added bonus, we are also doing live talks/relaxation classes/meditation several times a week to help you continue with your recovery.

 

Here are the packages available:

Standard
£45.00 per month
1. Full online programme with all recordings, with support through each module by Vincent Benedict.
2. Free entry to all webinars.
3. Membership to closed facebook page.
4. Support from Vincent Benedict via email, facebook chat or private messaging, texting.
5. Transfer to other packages, if required.
 
5 Week Bootcamp
£200.00 single payment
1. Full online programme with all recordings, with support through each module by Vincent Benedict.
2. Free entry to all webinars.
3. Membership to closed facebook page.
4. Support from Vincent Benedict via your chosen communication system.
5. This is a personalised package and involves almost daily contact with Vincent Benedict.
 

 

*** Please note that costs may vary slightly due to currency exchange rate.

*** Please note that you may cancel your membership at any time, without any penalty. You are welcome to rejoin at any time.

*** Should you elect to join the “5 Week Bootcamp” programme, this involves working closely with Vincent Benedict and is strongly recommended for those who need quicker results. The course lasts 5 weeks and I will contact you on an almost daily basis to ensure that you are given the best opportunity to recover from your disorder. This is a single one off charge and great value. If you are interested in undertaking this programme, please contact me first on benedict449@btinternet.com or 077 8215 8008 to see if I have availability. You may have to join a waiting list.

*** Please note that I do not offer any refunds, as you are paying for my time and not the results. With any form of therapy, much of the success of any treatment is determined by your motivation and determination.

 

“I’m proud to say I haven’t been this happy in a long time!!! I been in the program about 10 days and it has helped me so much,I have achieved two goals this week that I was afraid of doing and had not done it in years. I finally was able to say “So What! If I get a panic attack”,but I didn’t even get one.There’s hope for all of you that always have the fear,because there was times when I wanted to give up but thank god I found this program and told myself I can do this.”

*** Disclaimer: Please note that, as with all therapies, results may vary from person to person.

Make 2017 special – Great offer from Panicattacktherapist

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Great offer open till 3 January 2017

 

New Year is a great time for planning the year ahead.  Think of what you planned to do last year, but failed because you kept putting things off.   Make it different this year!

This year, 2016, my clients have achieved amazing results which, at one time, they would have found daunting.  Results like flying on a plane, going shopping, visiting the dentist, driving, and the list goes on.  The only thing my clients did, which was different from other sufferers, was to make a decision and hire an experienced therapist like me.

Most sufferers procrastinate about getting help, or try the easy route by buying books/cds etc.  They find out the hard way that these kinds of “programmes” don’t work; what works is a structured programme supported by a qualified therapist.

Yesterday, I did a Facebook Live session and discussed 7 qualities you need to make your New Year’s resolution have a good chance of success.  Many people have asked me to write them down, so here they are.  (To see the whole recording, please go to my facebook page.)

1.  Plan big.
2.  Write it down.  Be specific.
3.  Pick a start date and work out a schedule.
4.  Keep progress details and discuss them with whoever is supporting you.
5.  Share your goals with your family and friends.  Become accountable.
6.  Accept failure.  It is part of progress.
7.  Plan a reward for yourself.

If you suffer from panic attacks/anxiety and want to address your issues in 2017, I am available to help you.  Enrol as a client on the link below, and I will give you the option of a one to one skype session to discuss your New Year resolution, and how to achieve it.  FREE!

If you enrol, this is what you will receive:

1.  Full online programme and all mp3 recordings. As it is online, it is ideal if you are housebound or limited with your time.
2.  Live online group sessions every week, to speed up your recovery.  If you are unable to attend these optional sessions, we have lots of recordings you can listen to.
3.  A closed facebook group for all my clients where you can offer yourselves mutual support and motivation.
4.  Support from myself via email, messenger, texting or through the closed facebook group.  I don’t have secretaries etc to provide support.  If you contact me, I will give you personal support.
5.  An option to have a one to one skype session to discuss your particur issues and an action plan for next year.  If you feel uncomfortable doing a skype session, then we can discuss other options.

Want to know what is in the programme?   Here are the contents:

Day 1 – Introduction to the programme.
Why do you have panic attacks?
Symptoms of a panic attack.
What should I do?
Will this work for me?
Instructions to stop accommodating your anxiety.
Breathing exercises.
Two mp3 recordings to reduce negative thoughts and stress.

Day 3 –  Panic Attack symptoms are good for you?
What not to do.
Easy technique to give you a boost when you are feeling down.

Day 5 –  Diverting your mind.
Starting your Day technique.
mp3 recording to imagine yourself without anxiety.

Day 8 – “So What!” technique.
Panic Attack Roller Coaster technique.
Ride the Wave technique (all the way from Kathmandu!).
mp3 recording to Eliminate Panic Attacks 

Day 11 – Check your diet

Day 20 – Reminders to make sure you are doing it correctly.
mp3 recording to eliminate any negativity.

Day 22 –   Ring of Confidence technique so that you can feel confident, motivated and strong whenever you want.
Two mp3 recordings to give you confidence and motivation whenever you need it..

 Day 25 – Repetitive Thoughts / Intrusive thoughts.
Recording of technique for you to follow to eliminate these thoughts.

Day 28 – Kick Agoraphobia out (beat agoraphobia by putting the Moment of Recoil on its head!)

Day 31 – Fear of Driving

I suppose you want to know the final cost?  How much would you expect to pay for the full programme, live webinar sessions, live personal support, and an optional skype session with Vincent Benedict?  I am also going to give you the full package for 7 days for FREE to see if it is as good as everyone says.

The total cost of my programme is normally £45 per month, and another £45 if you want a one to one skype session (one hour), giving a total of £90 for the first month.   However, I want 2017 to be special for you and I want you raving about all your great achievements in 2017.  Therefore, I am going to offer you the full programme, support and an optional one to one skype session for the ridiculous price of £35 per month. Also, you can cancel during the first 7 days without any charge.    This offer is only open till midnight on 3 Jan 2017, UK time.

 

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Parents with panic attacks

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Parents with panic attacks

People suffer from panic attacks, and it may affect their jobs or social lives.  However, in the case of parents with panic attacks, the consequences can be 10 times worse.  If the attacks are not addressed immediately, the sensations may get worse and start affecting their role as a parent.

A parent with panic attacks may find it difficult to take their children to school, attend class performances, take their children to the park or beach.  They see their children grow up without them, and the feelings of guilt will stay with them for a long time.  Problems may get worse if the child starts showing signs of anxiety, which it has learned from its parents.

As the situation gets worse, and the safety zone gets smaller, the parents’ self esteem diminishes as they see themself failing in their role as a parent.

Parents with panic attacks will, after a medical, either end up on medication or counselling.  However, this rarely helps and the parent will grasp at natural remedies, acupuncture, vitamin tablets, or whatever else they come across on a google search.  As each miracle cure fails, they become more and more demotivated and give up on ever being a “normal” parent again.

 

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However, it doesn’t have to be like this.  I am an ex-sufferer and I understand what has caused your panic attacks, and why you are in this cycle of fear.  I can tell you that there is no miracle cure, or expensive weekend retreat, which will cure you of your anxiety disorder.  Recovery takes time and effort and, because I have been through this myself, I can show you the way.  I have already worked successfully with thousands of clients and my facebook page is one of the largest therapy groups on facebook. (You can visit it here).  I can show you a structured programme to follow, with personal support from myself,  to make sure you get the most benefits.   There are no expensive fees or contracts and, because it’s all online, you don’t even have to leave home to follow the programme.  I am the only panic attack therapist who offers daily personal support for when you are having a bad day.   When I was a sufferer, I only saw my counsellor every couple of weeks.  If I ever hit a bad patch, there was no-one to turn to.  Seeing a counsellor every few weeks, with homework in between sessions, will not work for this kind of disorder.
Here is what I will provide for you, once you make the decision to do whatever is necessary, to get you back on the road to recovery:

*   Full online programme with mp3 recordings.  These are anxiety reducing recordings but also includes one which you can listen to, via headphones, on your way to the school, supermarket etc.  It will help to reduce your anxiety when you do something you normally avoid.
**  We do almost daily, live, webinars to reduce your anxiety and make you mentally stronger.  These are live sessions and will speed your recovery.  It is up to you how many sessions you attend in any week.  You will not require any special equipment or webcams etc.
***  Membership to a closed facebook group where you can chat to others in your own situation.  If you wish, we also have a buddy system if you want to have support from another client.
****I will provide personal support for everyone on this programme.  This can be via email, facebook chat, phone text, webinars; it is up to the client to choose his/her preferred medium of communication.
*****  I want anyone interested to sign up today and get used to learning how to use the log ins etc.  On Monday, the group start working together, with my support, to follow the techniques which will help you start being a “normal” parent again.

So, you are probably wondering how much this is going to cost? My normal rates are £45 or £125 per month, depending on the package you choose.  However, in order to try and help as many parents as possible, this therapy will only cost £35 per month.  There are no contracts and you can cancel at any time.  £35 for the chance to start taking an active role in caring for your children!

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So, here is what I want you to do:

*   Sign up today using this linkThe total cost is only £35 per month.  As payments are by credit card / debit card / paypal, your payments are protected.  Read the instructions you will receive in your email box (check your spam filter, if necessry).
**   Make a request to join my closed facebook  group for my clients only.  Here is the link.  I will meet you there and give you further instructions.
***  Congratulate yourself for taking the first step to recovery.  You have joined other parents with panic attacks, and starting a new life.

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If you really want to join this programme to help parents with panic attacks, but there is some obstacle stopping you, phone me on 077 8215 8008 or email me on mail@hypnosolution.co.uk.  I may still be able to help.

Here are the links again to start the Parents with panica attacks programme and join my closed facebook page for my clients.

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Further reading about parents with panic attacks:

  • Mother’s Anxiety | Psychology Today

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/…/201206/mothers-anxiety

    Mother’s Anxiety. How motherhood breeds anxiety . Posted Jun 19, 2012 … What about mom with panic disorder or generalized anxiety disorder? Reply to Janet ;

  • Postpartum Panic Attacks: One Mom’s Full-Scale Fear

    www.postpartumprogress.com/postpartum-panic-attacks-one-moms

    Postpartum panic attacks can feel incredibly overwhelming. Here’s one mom’s experience with them–including how and where she found help.

  • Mom in Need of Help with Panic DisorderMamapedia

    www.mamapedia.com/article/mom-in-need-of-help-with-panic-disorder

    Read all 30 responses: “I am 32 married with two children (4 and 9 months). I have suffered from panic attacks and an anxiety disorder for as long as I can remember.

  • My mother has panic attacksNetDoctor

    www.netdoctor.co.uk/ask-the-expert/a4337

    My mother has panic attacks. My mother has been ill with panic attacks for three months. It all started before she went on holiday in July. She became really ill and …

    Parents with panic attacks

 

 

Zayn Malik anxiety

Zayn Malik anxiety explained by top anxiety therapist

Zayn Malik anxiety

Zayn Malik anxiety explained by top anxiety therapist

 

Zayn Malik anxiety has been in the recent press after cancelling several shows due to anxiety/panic attacks.

In a recent article in The Mirror about Zayn Malik anxiety, it states:

“In a statement released an hour after he was due on stage, the star admitted being “haunted by anxiety” and told fans: “Unfortunately my anxiety that has haunted me throughout the last few months around live performances has gotten the better of me. With the magnitude of the event, I have suffered the worst anxiety of my career. I cannot apologise enough but I want to be honest with everyone who has patiently waited to see me, I promise I will do my best to make this up to everybody I’ve let down today.”

To try and understand what is happening to Zayn, we need to look at several factors:
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1. Reason for the continuing attacks
Zayn’s first attack may have been on stage, or in public in front of many people. He has now built a connection between his attacks, and being in front of people. The fear he experienced when he felt his first attack would have been so traumatic, that the fear of experiencing these sensations again is keeping him in this cycle. When he is aware that he has a concert approaching, he suffers from something called anticipation anxiety; he fears the event and worries in case he has another attack on stage. This fear is so intense that he has to find a way to experience relief; this is why concerts are cancelled. The more often this happens, the more stronger the connection between “fear” and “performing on stage”.
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2. Excitement or Fear causing Zayn Malik anxiety?
In many cases, people who suffer from anxiety often also have situations where their brain mistakes a sensation and sends you down the panic route. When you think about it, the sensations you feel during anxiety and excitement are very similar; faster heartbeat, blood pressure higher, hyperventilation etc etc. When a person, who suffers from anxiety, feels a rush of excitement, his brain sometimes mistakes the sensations as those of anxiety, and sends him down the anxious path. This is what that person’s brain is used to, and it is an easier path to take, because it has happened so many times before.
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The sufferer often feels that he is the only one who feels this bad, and can’t visualise that there will be a time when he will be able to get back on stage, without having an attack. However, by working with a Panic Attack Therapist, he can learn to overcome these sensations and start to get control of his life again.

If you are suffering from this and need help, give me ring on 0778 215 8008.   I am available in UK and worldwide.  If you would prefer therapy online, please click here.
My facebook page is here.
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Vincent Benedict
www.panicattacktherapist.com

 

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Recommended reading about Zayn Malik anxiety:

Is Zayn Malik getting help with anxiety from Adele? – Digital Spy

www.digitalspy.com/music/news/…/zaynmalik-getting-help-with-anxiety-from-adele/
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www.mirror.co.uk › 3am › Celebrity News › Zayn Malik

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The most important part of an effective panic attack programme

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People regularly ask me what I feel is the most important part of a panic attack programme.
When I was a sufferer, the thing I missed most was regular contact with a therapist. Weekly sessions were ok but, if I hit a bad patch during the week, there was no-one to contact. I also found that I was unable to carry out exercises and exposure sessions, which the therapist had left me to do during the week. I just didn’t have the mental strength to carry them out and failure often left me feeling deflated.
Many panic attack programmes offer a helpline number to call when you have a problem, but I find that this is insufficient for a sufferer in need. When a client calls, he expects to speak to his therapist and not a random person who happens to be on duty that day. Always ensure that you will only be contacting the therapist when you call.

Daily contact by the therapist should also include a webinar which involves meditation or relaxation. Regular sessions will help reduce stress, and make you mentally stronger to face any future challenges. These sessions should also be live, and not a recording. The client needs to know that their therapist is there physically for them, and available should any need arise.
When you are considering investing in a panic attack programme, ensure that the above is offered before you enrol. It will make all the difference to your recovery.

If you have any questions to ask, you are welcome to contact me via my facebook page.

 

Vincent Benedict DipHyp, DipSPC, CertTH, NLP Pract
www.panicattacktherapist.com

 

Recommended further reading regarding panic attack programmes:

Five questions to ask before hiring a therapist

No 1 panic attack programme for fast results

***Disclaimer:  Please note that, as with all therapies, results may vary from person to person.

7 Steps to Recovery from Panic Attacks

Recovery from panic attacks

There are 7 steps to recovery from panic attacks.   If you are suffering from panic attacks, there is a good chance that you are jumping from one miracle cure to another, looking for that quick fix. By researching your condition, you are actually making your situation worse; having an anxious mind will cause you to think catastrophically about all the serious things Dr Google has come up with.
Instead, when I treat my clients, I find that the old tried methods still work the best. Forget all the new apps you are persuaded to download, the various multivitamins and expensive retreats. These are just placebo effects and are designed to empty your pockets. Instead, try and follow these 7 suggestions to get you on the right track:

1. Improve your knowledge.
Improve your knowlede about why these attacks are happening to you, but be careful where you do your research or who you listen to. Most therapists are inexperienced with anxiety disorders, and will try and link your attacks to some stressful situation in the past, lack of magnesium in your body or a chemical imbalance in your brain etc etc. Have a look at my website or ask me questions on my facebook page if you want to learn more about what is happening to you.  To learn more about the symptoms, please click here.   The main thing to accept to aid your recovery from panic attacks is that these attacks are harmless and you have had hundreds of them, without any problem.

2, Challenge your thinking.
When you are in this cycle of fear, it is normal to catastrophise about your situation. What if I faint in the supermarket, what if this fast heartbeat is a sign of a heart attack, what if my throat closes and I can’t breathe etc etc. With each of these thoughts, it is a good idea to write them down and ask yourself these questions:

a. What is it I am worried about?
b. What are the chances of it happening?
c. Am I blowing it out of all proportion?
d. Tell yourself “A thought is just a thought and can’t harm me.”

3.   Continue with your life.
When you start having panic attacks, it is important to try and continue with your life, as normally as possible. It is important not to start avoiding places which cause your anxiety to rise. Try and continue going to work, going out shopping, going to the gym. By avoiding places/situations, you are sending a message to your brain that some places are scary and should be avoided.

4. Daily breathing exercises.
Many people who suffer from panic attacks have irregular breathing patterns. People with panic disorder take in about 15 to 18 breaths per minute; someone without an anxiety disorder takes in about 8 to 10 breaths per minute
It is important to practise abdominal breathing 3 or 4 times per day,and not only when you are having an attack. You only need to practise for a minute each time. You can practise whilst watching the tv, travelling in the car etc and no-one needs to know
that you are doing it.
I have developed a technique for breathing called the 3-3-5 and it has been proven over and over again to be effective in reducing the effect of attacks, and giving a feeling of wellbeing for those practising it daily.

5. Follow a healthy lifestyle.
Have a look at what you are eating and drinking. Try and reduce caffeine and replace it with camomile tea. Introduce some exercise into your daily regime; a daily walk is great but, if you find it difficult to leave the house, it is a good idea to follow an exercise video on Youtube.   Daily exercise will also reduce your adrenaline and assist your recovery from panic attacks.

6. Meditation/visualisation/relaxation sessions.
Daily support is the most important thing in the recovery process. By this, I do not mean a telephone number you can ring, and a different person answers each time you ring.
Each day, your therapist should be leading you through sessions designed to make you mentally stronger. You need this mental strength to help you conquer your fear and also to carry out any exposure, when you choose to do so. I carry this out each day with my clients, and the results have been amazing.

7. Find a qualified therapist who specialises in this field.
I have never known anyone to recover by reading a book, or practising a yoga technique they have seen somewhere.   You would not try to learn to drive from a book, so why are you wasting time where your health is concerned?   Ask to see a list of the therapist’s qualifications, before you entrust him with your health.   If he sidetracks your request, look elsewhere.   Therapy is very affordable and you can find how much I charge here.

The above has been written by Vincent Benedict, a professionally trained therapist and considered by many to be the no 1 therapist in the field of anxiety disorders. To learn more about his methods,  you can visit his facebook page by clicking here,
If you are interested in using his online programme, which has been effective for thousands of sufferers, please click here.
If you are interested in hiring him for face-to-face sessions to facilitate your recovery from panic attacks, he is available in UK, and overseas by arrangement. Please email Vincent Benedict at benedict449@btinternet.com to discuss your needs.

Vincent Benedict DipHyp, DipSPC, CertTH, NLP Pract

*** Disclaimer: Please note that, as with all therapies, results may vary from person to person.

5 questions to ask before hiring a therapist for panic attacks, anxiety or agoraphobia.

Available for advice by skype and phone

Hiring a panic attack therapist to help you overcome your panic attacks, anxiety or agoraphobia can be a nightmare, and can have disasterous consequences if you don’t carry out some precautionary checks.   There are many people working in this field who have no qualifications or training.   To help you make an informed choice, I have put together 5 questions for you to ask a therapist before you consider parting with your cash.

1.   Which therapy are you qualified in and where did you study?
You would be amazed how many “therapists” have no qualifications, or have completed a weekend course somewhere.  Worse still, they may have set themselves up because they are a past sufferer and now feel that they can help others.   Ensure that they are fuly trained and have been trained by a recognised body, before hiring a panic attack therapist.

.2.   Have you taken out insurance for public liability?
Every therapist should have insurance to protect him/herself, and also to protect the client.   Although rare, things do go wrong in therapy and it is important that all parties are protected.

3.   I will need daily support in the beginning?   Are you able to provide this?
When you are suffering from an anxiety disorder, it is important to have daily support from your therapist.  By this, I do not mean a helpline when something goes wrong.   The therapist should be supporting you through techniques you need to learn and also offer optional daily relaxation/meditation sessions with you, depending on your needs.  There is a higher probability of recovery where clients are provided with daily relaxation/meditation sessions.

4.   If I hire you, can you confirm that you will personally carry out this support?
Many therapists offer support but, when you ring them, you get a nameless face on the other end of the line.  It is important that you are receiving personal support from the therapist and not his/her secretary.  This person may not be qualified at the same level as the therapist.

5.   Can I try your services for free for a few days?
When hiring a panic attack therapist, it is important that the therapist and the client has a good working relationship, and there is mutual trust.   The only way to do this is to have a few days working together to see how you get on.

So, there you are!   Do not be embarrassed to ask these questions, and any more you can think of.   Any competent therapist will be glad that you are making the effort to choose the best therapist for your problem.   If he or she is unable to answer your questions fully, it might be worth looking elsewhere.

I can confirm that I meet all the above requirements.  If you are interested in hiring me, please click here to see my rates and further information.   You can also email me on benedict449@btinternet.com or phone 077 8215 8008.   Please note that my programme for anxiety disorders, including my personal support, is online, so it doesn’t matter which country you live in.

 

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Vincent Benedict  DipHyp, DipSPC, CertTH, NLP Pract
www.panicattacktherapist.com
www.facebook.com/eliminatepanic

*** Disclaimer: Please note that, as with all therapies, results may vary from person to person.

 

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*** Disclaimer: Please note that you are paying for my time and not for any results.   Please note that, as with all therapies, results may vary from person to person.

New year’s resolution for panic attack sufferers

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New Year’s resolution for panic attack sufferers

Wanting to make a New Year  resolution shows that, at the back of your mind, is a desire to better yourself.   The fact that people keep making resolutions even when they don’t always follow through ultimately means that you have hope and a certain level of belief in your ability to change.

Setting a resolution also increases your chances of success.   Research shows that if you make a resolution, you have a 46% chance of success.   This compares to four percent who wanted to achieve a certain goal and considered it, but didn’t actually create a resolution.

Panicattacktherapist will be encouraging panic attack sufferers to make 2015 the year they take action to rid themselves of their attacks.   Their online programme includes full support from the creator of the programme, Vincent Benedict, by phone, skype, facebook chat.   Also included will be regular webinars which involve relaxation exercises and meditation.   2014 has been a great year for Panicattacktherapist with many clients finally getting rid of their issues and leading normal lives.

Anyone considering starting this programme during the first week of January 2015, can currently use it for 7 days free of charge, to see if this programme is really as good as everyone says it is.   Vincent Benedict is also available to discuss your issues and how he can help you.     Just ring 077 8215 8008 or skype vincent.benedict449.

Are you ready to start on 1 Jan 2015?  Read about our programme by clicking here.

 

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Further reading for New Year’s resolution for panic attack sufferers:

  1. Five New Year’s Goals for Anxiety Sufferers – Generalized Anxiety

    www.healthcentral.com/anxiety/c/157571/126752/goals-sufferers/

    16 Dec 2010 – If you are a person who suffers from an anxiety disorder, you may wonder Here are five New Year’s resolutions or goals to help you manage 

  2. Living with Panic Disorder – About.com

    panicdisorder.about.com/od/livingwithpd/

    Panic attacks involve intense fear and anxiety, along with upsetting physical sensations. Support groups can help panic sufferers in dealing with feelings of …. While more than half of Americans say they make New Year’s resolutions, studies 

  3. New Years Resolutions? – Small Steps Forums – The Forum for

    anxiety-panic-attacks-phobias.co.uk › Discussion and ChatThe Lounge
    4 Jan 2005 – 4 posts

    Has anyone made any new years resolutions? Mine are to start yoga this year and to go swimming more. Boring i know but for most of 2004 i 

    Please also visit www.hypnosolution.co.uk

    *** Disclaimer: Please note that, as with all therapies, results may vary from person to person.

Rebecca Adlington panic attacks and anxiety – I’m a Celebrity explains her anxiety disorder

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Rebecca Adlington Panic Attacks and Anxiety

I’m a Celebrity favourite Rebecca Adlington has revealed she has an anxiety disorder which causes her to experience panic attacks.

The Olympic gold swimmer, 24, said the condition related specifically to confined underground spaces, explaining her inability to take part in several Bushtucker Trials.

Kent therapist Vincent Benedict, whose programme to eliminate panic attacks and anxiety is gaining amazing reviews from clients, states that anxiety disorder is more common than people think.   About 18% of the population will be affected at one time or the other, but only about a third of these seek any form of help.

The good news is that anxiety/panic attacks are highly treatable.   The first thing to do when you feel that you have had an attack, even if you don’t know what it is, is to contact your doctor.   If tests show that there is nothing physically wrong with you, then there is a chance that you have an anxiety disorder.  Ask your doctor for advice about the different therapies available to you.   Therapy does not need to be expensive, so shop around.   For an online programme, with support, you should not have to pay more than £50 per month.   It is very important to take action as soon as possible, before the problem deteriorates.

At www.panicattacktherapist.com, we are currently treating clients from all round the world, with personal support available via phone, facebook or skype.   Our facebook page “eliminate panic attacks and anxiety” has only been going one year and already has 11000 fans on it, showing how big this problem is.   With Xmas approaching, and the increased stresses of modern life, these numbers are expected to increase by a big margin.

 

 

Further reading about Rebecca Adlington panic attacks:

  1. I’m A Celebrity’s Rebecca Adlington Explains – Yahoo UK OMG!

    uk.omg.yahoo.com/…/39-m-celebrity-39-s-rebeccaadlington-explains-1…

    8 mins ago – ‘I’m A Celebrity’s Rebecca Adlington Explains Bushtucker Trial Exemptions: ‘I Have An Anxiety Disorder” on Yahoo omg! UK. Olympic 

  2. I’m A Celebrity 2013: Rebecca Adlington reveals anxiety disorder

    www.unrealitytv.co.uk › I’m A Celebrity 2013

    4 hours ago – In last night’s I’m A Celebrity, we viewers saw Joey Essex and Amy Willerton added to the list of former campers as they were rather shockingly 

  3. Rebecca Adlington says she has anxiety disorder and – TopNews

    www.topnews.in/…/rebeccaadlington-says-she-has-anxietydisorder-and…

    Rebecca AdlingtonLondon, Dec 7 – Rebecca Adlington has revealed that she has an anxiety disorder, which has caused her to suffer panic attacks .

  4. Rebecca Adlington says she has anxiety disorder and panic attacks

    www.newstrackindia.com/…/73-RebeccaAdlington-says-she-has-anxiety

    6 hours ago – London, Dec 7 (ANI): Rebecca Adlington has revealed that she has an anxiety disorder, which has caused her to suffer panic attacks.

Rebecca Adlington

Rebecca Adlington

*** Disclaimer: Please note that, as with all therapies, results may vary from person to person.

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