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Panic Attacks: How Can You Welcome Those Dreaded Panic Attacks?

February 10, 2012

What is Your Symptom Orientation? You cannot have a panic attack unless you react with fear and dread to the normal bodily sensations of adrenaline, shortness of breath, dizziness, heart pounding, rubbery legs, chest tightness, disorientation, weakness, tingling, blurred vision, hot flashes, sweats and inner trembling. When you are in a panic state, you are […]

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Home-Based Panic Disorder Training Program “I Will Send My Office to Your Home, Free, for 30 Days.”

January 23, 2012

Call 1-800-366-6570 Now to See If You Qualify For a Free Trial of the panicLINK System. Offer is Limited to First Ten Callers Who Fit the Panic Profile Click the link below to see if you qualify.   Are panic attacks running your life and boxing you into a corner? When you wake up […]

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Panic Attacks: TakeCONTROL Training

December 26, 2011

Fear of Normal Bodily Sensations Do you live in fear of a sudden surge of heart pounding, shortness of breath, dizziness, lightheadedness, weakness, rubbery legs, heavy head, inner trembling, nausea, lump in the throat, chest heaviness, numbness and tingling in your hands and feet, head pressure, cotton mouth, spacey, and disorientation?   Catastrophic Thinking and […]

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Panic Disorder: The Mother of All Fears

October 17, 2011

The Fear of Fear What distinguishes panic attacks from other types of fears and phobias? In a specific phobia of dogs, heights or air travel, the feared stimulus is external. In a dog phobia, if you escape or avoid the dog, your fear subsides. The exact opposite is true in panic disorder. In this condition, […]

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Panic Attacks During Pregnancy

August 28, 2011

“I used medication to control my panic attacks for two years.  Now, I am planning a pregnancy and I want to be medication free during my pregnancy. I hope those awful panic attacks don’t come back into my life during my pregnancy.  What can I do to prevent a relapse? What If the panic attacks […]

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Panic Attacks at the Airport

July 4, 2011

The Call from the Airport *Yesterday, I received a frantic call from one of my patients.  Dorothy was at the airport, waiting to board a flight to attend her sister’s wedding.  We had just started panicLINK training.  I had created a special audio program to help prepare her to take control of panic attacks on […]

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What Causes Panic Attacks When I Am Home Alone With My Children?

June 19, 2011

Home Alone Panic Attacks *Ever since the birth of her second child, Susan, a 34 year old married accountant, has been experiencing severe panic attacks “Out of the Blue.” Her first panic attack hit suddenly when she was home alone with her two children while her husband was away on a business trip.  Susan still […]

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Can Panic Attacks Make You Feel Sick All The Time?

May 28, 2011

How Many Medical Doctors Do I Have to See? *Karen, a 33 year old married school teacher and mother of 3 young children, had been feeling “constant” lightheadedness, weakness and nausea for several weeks on end? When her family Doctor could not find a medical cause for her complaints, he referred her to an Ear […]

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Panic Disorder-The Mind-Body Connection

May 22, 2011

This educational information should be used in consultation with your doctor to confirm a diagnosis and to review available treatments for panic disorder. THE MIND-BODY CHECKLIST FOR PANIC ONLY Do You Fit The Panic Profile? Do you live in fear of panic symptoms? Do you wake up in the morning wondering “Will my heart pound […]

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Panic Attacks and Distraction

May 8, 2011

*Panic Disorder: The Fear of Normal Bodily Sensations For no apparent reason, “Out of the Blue”, an intense wave of physical sensations surge through your body. Heart pounding, shortness of breath, lightheadedness, heat waves, rubbery legs, a lump in your throat and numbness and tingling in your head and face overtake you.  Naturally, you think […]

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