You may have thought you were having a heart attack and rushed yourself to A&E or your doctor.  

One moment you had been fine and then, from out of nowhere, you were in the grip of a panic attack, with your mind racing, your heart pounding and an overwhelming desire to get out of there. Unless you’d had one before, you would have been uncertain what was happening or what you could do to stop it – you probably felt you were not in control of what was happening.

calm-panicAnd after that moment you probably started avoiding similar places or situations. You started to fear you might have another panic attack, especially in front of others. From that first panic attack moment, you started living life with worry and limitations.

Yet it doesn’t have to be that way for much longer.

We all have an inbuilt panic function – it’s designed to keep us safe if we are ever in danger (the fight or flight response). Yet sometimes our panic response becomes too sensitive and is fired off by everyday situations.

All we need to do now is reset your safety function so you no longer need to live in fear of the fear.

Panic Attacks - You don’t have to take my word for it

I know I can help you say goodbye to your panic attacks and start feeling more in control because I’ve witnessed the results my clients enjoy over and over again. Just imagine that moment of freedom when you realise that your panic attacks are a thing of the past.

You may also want to know what other people who used to suffer with panic attacks have said:

Is this you?

Your first panic attack can be one of the most overwhelming and scary experiences you could ever imagine.

One moment you are getting on with things and then, very quickly you feel the impact. With your panic attacks you may feel symptoms such as:

  • Being hot and sweaty
  • Chest pains
  • Heart palpitations
  • Shortness of breath
  • Dizzy or faint
  • Shivering or shaking
  • Stomach churning
  • Sickness or needing the toilet
  • Tingling sensations
  • A sense of worry and panic

Combined with this is your ongoing sense of worry and anxiety that another panic attack could strike again at any moment. This fear of your next panic attack creates a cycle of fearing the fear – which adds to your sense of panic and worry.

But once you let go of all your panic, you can again enjoy the sense of freedom that comes from doing the things you used to do without thinking.

Overcome your panic - Make it easy for yourself

When you are ready to take action on your panic attacks and start feeling more in control then taking that first step couldn’t be easier.

In fact, I’ve made it completely risk free for you.

Simply call 01353 669941 today and ask to claim your FREE initial consultation. No commitment, no strings, no catches.

My free consultations are hugely popular so I can only offer a limited number each month on a first come, first served basis. So to find out more about how you can overcome your panic attacks give me a call as soon as you can.