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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

 

 

Reduce anxiety and panic attacks through exercise

Reduce anxiety and panic attacks through exercise

Reduce anxiety and panic attacks through exercise

We now have the miracle cure we’ve all been waiting for. It can reduce your risk of major illnesses, such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer, by up to 50%. It can lower your risk of early death by up to 30%. It’s free, easy to take, has an immediate effect and you don’t need a GP to get some.   It will also help reduce the effects of your panic attacks and reduce anxiety.

Its name?   Exercise!

 

Watch the following video for some great advice to reduce the intensity of the attacks, and the length of time they last.   To learn more about our online programme to reduce anxiety  and panic attacks, click here.

 

 

Recommended reading to reduce anxiety and panic attacks:

Exercise to relieve stress – Stress, anxiety and depression – NHS

www.nhs.uk/Conditions/stress-anxiety…/Pages/stress-relief-exercise.aspx

Exercise is the miracle cure we’ve always had, but neglected to take our recommended dose for too long. Read how being physically active can help you lead a 

3 Tips for Using Exercise to Shrink Anxiety | World of Psychology

psychcentral.com/blog/…/3-tips-for-using-exercise-to-shrink-anxiety/

16 Jul 2013 – We know that exercise is a boon for our mental, physical and emotional health. And it’s particularly helpful for easing anxiety. “oderate exercise 

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www.facebook.com/eliminatepanic

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

Facebook Buddy System for Panic Attack Sufferers

Facebook Buddy System

It is hard enough to tackle your panic attacks, but even worse when you have to do it alone, and without anyone around who understands what you are going through.   Panicattacktherapist.com has now come up with the idea of starting a Facebook Buddy System to help people, who feel they would benefit from support from someone who has already completed the programme and has more experience of the techniques we teach.

New clients, or those going through a bad patch, can now buddy up with another member who has more experience of the programme, and receive the  support they need.   If you feel that you need that extra bit of support, just post your request on the page and wait for someone to contact you.   If you don’t feel confident enough to make a request, just read the posts for a few days till you feel you are ready.

Facebook buddy system

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Facebook buddy system reading:

Panic Attacks Help – Yahoo! Voices – voices.yahoo.com
Panic attack sufferers are thoroughly familiar with the shortness of breath, pounding heart, dizziness, and stomach issues that are associated with their anxiety.
voices.yahoo.com/panic-attacks-help-6287772.html

Panic attack – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sufferers of panic attacks often report a fear or sense of dying, “going crazy,” or … A back rub during a panic attack can help if the person has problems breathing …
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panic_attack
Panic Disorder « Anxiety UK
Sufferers of panic disorder often feel fine one minute, and yet the next may … Overcoming Panic and Agoraphobia is a complete course to help the reader beat panic attacks …
www.anxietyuk.org.uk/about-anxiety/anxiety-disorders/panic-attacks/

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

Reduce anxiety levels

Top 5 tips to reduce anxiety

Reduce Anxiety Levels by following the suggestions below
Here are a few tips to reduce anxiety levels:

1.   Daily practice some breathing technique exercises to reduce anxiety levels.   If you don’t know any, have a look at the video below.2.   Copy down the following questions from the notice board onto a piece of paper and carry it around with you?   Ask yourself these questions when you start feeling any anxious sensations.

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reduce anxiety by following these great tips

3.   Try some form of exercise, even if it is just a brisk walk.   Unused muscles become tense and can cause anxiety.

4.   Reduce caffeine and alcohol.   Camomile tea is great for relaxing you, and to help reduce anxiety.

5.   Read self-help motivational books or listen to inspiring music.

6.   If you have a technique which works for you, share it in the comments box below.

More reading:

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