Panic Away – Manage Your Anxiety

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3 weeks ago I wrote a post about Effective Ways to Manage Anxiety The feedback was great and I was happy to read that some viewers found the tips to be helpful.. Those tips aren’t for everyone, sometimes a little more help is needed to be able to manage anxiety. I, for one, know this to be true.

I was put onto a site called Panic Away and found that this contained the help that I needed the most in being able to conquer my anxiety issues.  Barry McDonagh created Panic Away and to date has helped over 150,000 worldwide, including me! He has three best sellers on panic attacks and breaking free from the hold it has on so many of us.

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A bit about me...

A little while ago, I could barely go outside my front door without being accompanied by one of my children or a friend. I never went to any social events, including friends weddings, parties or even a lunch date. I made up a million excuses as to why I couldn’t attend and even missed out on going to a very dear friends funeral. I missed my kids school performances and very rapidly, the invites to events stopped. I don’t blame my friends, what’s the point of inviting someone who is always going to find a way to say “No”? Even going and doing my grocery shop was nerve wracking.

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I had no issues connecting and talking to people online, it was the face to face chatting that I had problems with. I had mentioned this to a friend from England, and she told me about the Panic Away program. At first, I was a bit hesitant in trying it, but then I think it was more curiosity that got the better of me and I checked it out. To say I’m glad I did, would be an understatement!

At first, I tried the Rapid Relief app that I downloaded onto my phone. It claimed to give near immediate relief from anxiety. IT DID! I couldn’t believe that it had worked. Not only was this the beginning to helping my anxiety problem, it was FREE!  Check It Out. I used this app for a few days and I was pretty confident that subscribing to the Panic Away course would help me even more.

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  • Access to the Panic Away Members Area
  • The Panic Away Video’s
  • Panic Away Audios
  • The E-book Version of the Panic Away Program
  • Bonus Videos
  • Once off price

Since I began the Panic Away program I now manage to go and do my grocery shopping without needing someone to be with me, I can meet up with friends in public places and enjoy coffee, and even go to BBQ’s without my anxiety kicking in.

Occasionally I get a bit anxious when I’m first invited out to places like the club or to a pub, but that’s when I use the free audio Rapid Relief and not long later, I’m out enjoying myself with friends. I listen to the audio regularly, but I’m a bit of a sucker for Barry McDonagh’s accent too. 🙂

I strongly urge others that suffer from anxiety or panic attacks to have a look at this. If you have family or friends that make up excuses to attend social events, send them over to Panic Away  to have a look. Barry McDonagh may be able to help them too.

Til next time,

Stay safe, stay smiling!

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26 thoughts on “Panic Away – Manage Your Anxiety

  1. Really great to see you’re managing better! I have mild social anxiety as well as generalised anxiety disorder so I know how hard it can make you’re life. May have to check out Pa nice Away too! Thanks a bunch 😊

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    1. Thanks Jess. I had tried so many different management techniques and medication yet very little seemed to last too long. This has been great especially for social anxiety. Most welcome🙂 I’d love to hear how it goes for you if you give it a go.

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  2. Thanks for this Chrissie. I wrote a little in response to your first piece about Anxiety and Panic and so you know that I mamage a long-term Anxiety disorder (complicated somewhat by a depressive illness though the two together are as you will know not unusual although by no means does having one guarantee you having the other)
    It’s great that somebody (You!) is speaking so openly about a topic lamentably still stigmatised; although it is (albeit slowly) improving.
    I will certainly take a look at the ‘Panic Away’programne in more depth at some point.
    Warmest wishes,
    Tracy xx

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    1. Thanks Tracy. Please do check it out when you get a chance. I was going to include this in my previous post but I wanted to see how I went on the program before mentioning it. I’m so glad I tried it and I love being able to get out and do the things I was once too afraid or anxious to do. Thanks for reading xx

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  3. That sounds like it’s so hard to deal with ((hugs)) …I have some panic issues, but not to that extent. Mostly rapid heart rate, although once we had to call an ambulance because I literally thought I was having a stroke or something. The next day the doctor told me I had a panic attack. Panic stinks 😦

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  4. What a great way to manage! I had to change up some meds which I found out were causing my heart rate to be higher! I use essential oils and some diet changes to keep in check. Most days are good and others are mild :S

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    1. Thanks Payton. I found meds did me more harm than good too. Meditation helped me but not the immediate attacks…the essential oils sound interesting I’d not tried that. Heres to more good days for you. Thanks for reading 🙂

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  5. I’ve never heard of this program before. I’m so glad it’s been helpful to you. I have had anxiety most of my life. I currently take medication, but I’d love to be able to have something else to help. I’ll be checking this out. Thank you.

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    1. Thank you. A few have asked me why do I share my experiences, I believe that it would have more of an impact. I know I would rather read about someone who has lived it instead of something someone got out of a textbook…or off Google 🙂

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      1. Completely agree; hearing a clinical explanation of anxiety in medical terms whilst likely very accurate – lacks the ‘human’ element; hearing from someone who has/is dealing with the condition is easier to relate too and it feels ‘warmer’. Best wishes to all. X.

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