, MO (PressExposure) October 29, 2006 -- (EWM/BEI News) Oct. 29, 2006 -- Panic attacks occur when the brain's normal mechanism for reacting to a threat â the famous "fight or flight" response â becomes inappropriately aroused. An anxiety attack involves unpredictable feelings of fear and severe panic symptoms in the body that may last from minutes to hours.
This mysterious condition can strike anyone at any time... You might be on vacation with your family when it first hitsâ¦ Your chest heart starts pounding in so hard that you can feel it pulsing up into your neck. You sense as though you are receding into a tunnel and think âIâm having a heart attackâ¦â Your wife rushes you to the E.R., and for several hours you go through test after test. EKG, EEG, blood tests, you name it. Finally, the doctor seats on the stool examining the results, looks at you and your wife and says something you'll never forget: "There's nothing wrong with you that I can find. Maybe it was just a panic attack...â
Mild forms of anxiety can be produced by a stressful event such as speaking in public or even a first date. At this level, the feelings may fade right after the event has finished. On the other hand, with panic attacks the anxiety feelings can last for 6 months and they may get worse if they are not treated timely.
(BEI), the news division of Brilliantebooks.com, announces the release of the new eBook âCuring Your Anxiety and Panic Attacksâ. Inside the work the reader will find topics like:
- How to cope with a panic attack and escape the fear that something terrible is about to happen. (page 13) - Breathing techniques that can bring an oasis of calm to your troubled world once and for all. (page 14) - The specific panic and anxiety triggers that are responsible for almost all attacks - how to avoid them, how to identify them, and how to neutralize their effects on you. (page 18). - The critical ties between Panic/Anxiety Disorders and Depression; the warning signs and danger signals that can save your life -- or the life of someone you love. (page 40)
If you suffer from an anxiety panic disorder you already know how debilitating it can be. To that end, a panic disorder sufferer has to either learn to cope with their condition or to find a fitting cure.
Where is that cure you may ask? As our featured eBook reports, some patients have found relief by exploring the realm of natural remedies; others made progress by applying strategic therapies. Like with everything, family support has proven to be very important; the genuine affections of family members has greatly helped the panic disorder victim to recover.
For additional information on cures and treatments for panic and anxiety disorders visit: http://www.brilliantebooks.com/go/1