Anxiety And Panic Mastery Starting Today

September 11, 2014

I know where you are in your life right now. I know exactly how you feel about the world. It’s currently a gloomy, dark place with what looks like no hope for the future. Your fears about your health has taken over every part of you, and has now affected everyone around you. You avoid certain places, situations, even people because of your anxiety and panic attacks flaring up.

Even Thinking Of The Solution Makes You Anxious. Why? Because it’s a world of the unknown. You’ve been sensitized by fear and anxiety for so long that you forgot what feeling good was like. Am I right? Life looks bleak right now I know, and if you’re anything like I used to be, your favourite time of the day is when you’re unconsciously in bed, and asleep. Dreading the next day is a common thing.


Simply Getting Through The Day Is A Sign Of Immense Strength


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The day may be done, but your thoughts may just be getting started.

But know one can see your pain, and if they did there really isn’t much they could do except be a shoulder for you to lean on. That may be enough for some, but for most people it’s not. There is a part of you, a very small part of you deep inside that hasn’t been contaminated with these fear and anxiety though. This part of you yells out for freedom but no one can hear it.

Why? Because The Voice Of Fear Is Much Louder Than Freedom Right Now. Concentration becomes wavey. Your one time great memory now looks like it’s in the distant horizon. Dizziness and symptoms of anxiety comsume your every move, no matter what you do. I know, I’ve been there and I feel your pain. Health anxiety and panic attacks are not to be taken lightly. But remember this as you go through your days:



For Every 100 People Suffering From Panic and Anxiety, There Are 100 People Who Have Naturally Been Able To Desensitize Themselves And Turn Their Anxiety Switch Completely Off


These people are no different than you. So why have they been able to overcome panic and anxiety, and you are still deeply stuck in the cycle? A big reason is a person’s overall outlook on what recovery is. Some see it as a monumental task that can’t be done, and coping with anxiety and panic for the rest of their lives is the only solution. Others are able to see that if they can get themselves into a mess such as fearing anxiety and panic at every corner, they can also re-condition themselves OUT of anxiety and panic the same way.

But I Want To Go Further Than That And Let You In On A Big Secret Of Many Of The People Who Have Recovered Naturally From Anxiety And Panic. The secret is simply this: Eliminate your safety behaviors once and for all. That doesn’t mean in one day because it is still entirely normal to feel anxious when you face a difficult situation. Take your time and work at your own pace. Don’t judge recovery day by day I always tell people I work with through the program. Dropping your safety behaviors one at a time is the key, make a list. A list of all your safety behaviors you use during times of heightened anxiety and panic.

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Hmm, this one’s a first for sure.


The Longer You Have Been Avoiding A Situation Or Using That Safety Behavior, The Longer It May Take To Get Rid Of The Anxiety And Panic


This kind of long term thinking against anxiety and panic is crucial. Because it keeps you away from judging everything day by day. This can cause even more anxiety in a person. The last thing I want to leave you with today is this:

Look after your health. You can grow a ton of confidence within you simply by keeping an eye on your overall health. Avoid stimulants, avoid excess sugar and alcohol, keep your vitamin and mineral levels at an optimum level by adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet. I am no different than you, if I can overcome 6 years of debilitating panic and anxiety you can too. You just have to first get on the right path, and see it through without judging progress day by day. Start today, make today the day you make a firm decision to defy your fears, and in time end your panic and anxiety once and for all.


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23 comments on “Anxiety And Panic Mastery Starting Today

  1. Carla Norris Sep 11, 2014

    I am almost giving up hope

    • Sep 12, 2014

      Most doctors and therapists can do that to a sufferer 😉 good thing you found this blog.

    • Dont give up! look for 10 beautiful things today. ((hugs))

    • Vicky Sep 20, 2014

      Don’t give up. I have a hard time with everyday life. Going in crowd n so many more. I put my head phones in play music do my shopping n get out. I sing n do whatever and I don’t care who stares at me. Its what I have to do. So NEVER give up

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  3. George Stewart Sep 12, 2014

    I have suffered 13 years with health anxiety and panic attacks. I am ready to stop it. I just need to be lead in the right direction. Please help.

    • George I know where you’re coming from because if you know my back story you’ll know that I spent 6 years of my life battling anxiety.Depersonalization, dizziness, fatigue, symptoms were all a part of my daily living. It wasn’t until I decided to cut the prescriptions out completely, and begin researching what worked for others. No matter the fear I couldn’t let myself step back into that panicky person I once was. I began a six step process that I worked on that ended my anxiety naturally, this was:
      Complete acceptance
      Becoming knowledgeable
      Building on facts
      Taking action
      Accepting setbacks

      I was able to thankfully have a mentor who himself overcame anxiety, and with his help I became the person I always wanted to be in a few months. The best advice I can give you is simply this: do the program…

      The sooner people begin the end the anxiety program, the sooner they begin to desensitize themselves from their fears, and the sooner they get on the path to overcoming anxiety. I know this because I’ve seen the program work wonders each and everyday. There is no way my ‘tips’ or suggestions will make any difference in your life, simply because you’ll try it and it will fail, and you’ll go back to coping.

      Ending anxiety means a new found persona within you, a new sense of confidence, and a team that can help you. If you’re tired of searching for solutions and coming up with nothing, the program will end your confusion and frustrations.

      Keep in touch George.

  4. Lito Manalac Sep 12, 2014

    That’s what we panic sufferer need so badly. An inspirational thoughts that will uplift our spirit to fight it of. Thanks Anxiety Guy.

  5. amanda Sep 12, 2014

    I have suffered anxiet n panic for 14 years as I got older it got worse to the point i caused more fear n phobias i know i have done this i know how to get rid of them the hardest part is actually DOING that i have been medicated for 4 yrs jt does help but i wont take them if im having an attack as I dont want to be medicated for the rest of my life and I fight through each attack when i have them which isnt often nkw as I have developed ways to over come n then I feel a sense of pride for getting through the attack without running for my pills its the anxiety n phobjas that are holding me back! I see a great therapist she is a new one n so far so good but i dont want to learn how to live with it i want to get rid of it forever!

    • Sep 12, 2014

      Thanks for sharing Amanda, looks to me like you’re a strong minded individual. The problem at least with feedback I get from people who’ve gone through the end the anxiety program, as well as my own experience is that most therapist are trained towards safety behaviours. Coping was no longer an option for me, so I decided to take another route and I’m now sharing that route with others and glad you’re here.

  6. jessica Sep 12, 2014

    Hello I suffered real bad panic attacks last year and what scared me the most was feeling faint I was so scared I would pass out and not wake up. Although its been over a year that I had my last episode I live with the fear everyday and I am scared to work in fear that my attacks will start up again and something will happen and I wont make it to the hospital in time have any advice for me?

    • Sep 12, 2014

      Hi Jessica, the best advice I can give you is learn to get comfortable with your fears (easier said then done). By becoming comfortable with your sensations you begin taking power back, and with confidence comes freedom.

  7. I really need help, and I turned on my computer and this popped up. HOPE is all I have, I have suffered 20 long years now, with panic and ptsd with generalized anxiety disorder. I have phobias and haven’t worked for a year…my life has fallen apart. I’m silently screaming for help. I do have hope.

    • Jen i’m so sorry to hear what you’re going through, but if the results in your life aren’t where you want them to be, it may be time to go a completely new direction. Are you taking anything? therapy? Have you tried CBT and or a systematic way to approach your fears? Big hugs Jen.

  8. Deborah Sep 12, 2014

    This is exactly what my 25 yr old son is doing which the help of a very supportive psychologist! I sometimes get frustrated that it is taking so long but then I remember that he is the one trapped not me and he has to work at his pace not mine. But he’ll get there

    • Sep 12, 2014

      Good outlook Deborah. With that kind of support he can’t lose.

  9. Hi I am suffering at the min with anxitey and it at it highest the last week ..would u no if I could get help of u …and I can’t go out either it that bad can’t even get into the car

    • Sep 12, 2014

      I’m sorry to hear that Linda, but I know where you’re coming from. The best thing I can offer is the end the anxiety program which is currently the #1 program for anyone with heightened anxiety levels looking for natural help. Also there are 1 on 1 coaching options at hope this helps, looking forward take care Linda.