This Article is About
panic attack
eckhart tolle
anxiety and depression
mild depression
loss of appetite
prescription medications
simple e
new earth
e book
panic attacks
suicidal thoughts
natural remedies
Panic Attack Remedies - What They Dont Want You To Know
Join 1000's of Authors at StreetArticles Today!

Most panic attack remedies that people have heard of deal with taking prescription medications like Zoloft, Xanax or Paxil, but what they don't want you to know is that not only are these medicines not always necessary, but they often cause pretty severe side effects.

Ironically, even though it is rare, some panic attack medications can actually cause panic attacks. Not only that but they can cause insomnia, weakness, loss of appetite, suicidal thoughts or even hallucinations. I don't know about you, but the last thing I want to do when trying to get rid of my panic attacks is to cause bigger problems. And while medications may be necessary for some people with really severe attacks, it might be better to try some natural remedies first before deciding to go on a medication.

There are so many panic attack remedies that don't deal with medications, all you have to do is look. I did a little research after suffering from a couple of severe attacks and found two resources that helped me greatly. One is called Panic Away and is a simple e-book you can download instantly. It taught me what was happening to my body during an attack and how to deal with it; not only to lessen the severity but also to help me avoid them in the future. It was invaluable information that kept me from needing to seek any medical advice and possibly medications.

After I found Panic Away I stumbled across another book by Eckhart Tolle, the author of The Power of Now. While The Power of Now was a very powerful book that helped me greatly, I found his newest book A New Earth to be much more helpful with anxiety and depression. It took things a step farther than Panic Away and really opened my eyes to how strong our thoughts can be; how much they can affect our bodies.

Between these two panic attack remedies I have gotten my panic attacks under control, pulled out of a mild depression and am finally able to be content with the way things are, good or bad. It is a constant battle between you and your brain, but once you are aware that the thoughts are not you, it makes it that much easier to get out of your head, stop your panic attacks and really start living your life.

You don't have to let panic attacks run your life any longer, find out more about these two resources that have changed my life and many others.

Street Talk

No comments present
You May Also Like
Panic Attack Or Heart Attack
Have you ever felt like you were having a heart attack and found out it was really a panic attack? When you are overly stressed out, nervous, or fearful about something, some people will experience this. Many people won't know what they are experiencing. Some may say they are having…
By: Chris51 in  Self Improvement  >  Stress Management   Jul 22, 2013  
  Likes: 1

Panic Attack
The description of a panic attack by a patient of any age,it follows a consistent pattern: "I feel like dying ... I can not breathe ... my heart beats like crazy ... I'm afraid of losing control ... " Panic attack is basically the fear of fear, fear of dying,…
By: Antonio KAtende in  Health and Fitness  >  Anxiety   Dec 28, 2011  
  Likes: 0

Helping Someone Through A Panic Attack
Helping someone through a panic attack can be a difficult process however an essential one. But first you must understand what a panic attack is. A panic attack is a sudden feeling of extreme anxiety and they can occur without warning and sometimes there can be no obvious reason for…
By: Branden in  Health and Fitness  >  Anxiety   May 01, 2011  
  Likes: 1

Stopping Panic Attacks - Free Ways to Deal With Your Panic Attack Right Now
Stopping panic attacks does not always require the use of medications, sometimes using simple and free methods can do the trick depending on the severity of the attacks you experience. Below you will discover a few free ways you can tackle the attacks that are plaguing you. 1. Take a…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Anxiety   Apr 11, 2011  
  Likes: 0

Why Doctors Are Not the Best Choice to Treat A Panic Attack
Panic, anxiety, we all experience it. For the majority of people, when we experience anxiety, we work through it, and then continue on with our lives. For some people, they don't find this a simple thing to do. For these people, the panic, the anxiety becomes worse and worse until…
By: Mitch Anderson in  Health and Fitness  >  Anxiety   Jul 13, 2011  
  Likes: 1

Panic Attack Treatment - How Panic Away Works
There is a new panic attack treatment available that you can try that has absolutely nothing to do with prescription medications. Perhaps you have even heard of it? Panic Away is a revolutionary new way to treat anxiety and panic attacks and is a simple downloadable e-book. You can get…
By:  in  Health and Fitness  >  Anxiety   Mar 18, 2011  
  Likes: 0

Panic Attack Substance Abuse
There are a few books on the market that deal with panic attacks and substance abuse. Many people turn to alcohol or other substances to numb the feelings of anxiety. The attack begins, when the effect of the substance suddenly wears off. In my studies, it is no surprise the…
By: Chris Conway in  Self Improvement  >  Stress Management   Apr 03, 2011  
  Likes: 0

Lion In the Yard - Work From Home Scam
Someone saw a lion in the yard reported in a news flash from work from home scam. There was this young lad that always had some kind of story that he would tell his friends, neighbors and family members. Then on a hot sweaty day that everyone seemed to be…
  Likes: 0

Beating Panic Attacks
Panic attacks are one of the most horrible things that a person can go through. They can be sudden and often traumatic events that can change the entire course of a person's life. There has been somewhat of a debate on what the best treatment options can be for someone…
By: Branden in  Health and Fitness  >  Anxiety   Apr 22, 2011  
  Likes: 0

Painbody And National Identiry
I wonder if it ever happened to you that a situation escalated in such a manner that you could not control your feelings anymore. It was not you, not the real you who was there in that moment. Have you seen your partner, a family member or a friend in…
By: Piroska Varga in  News and Society  >  Pure Opinion   Aug 16, 2013  
  Likes: 5

The Power Of Now By Eckhart Tolle
If we are talking about my favorite book, one that I keep on repeating reading is The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle. A very beautiful book, and full of wisdom wrote in a very simple way . The more we read the book, the more clear our understanding about…
By: Laksmi Hadi in  Book Reviews  >  Health Mind Body   Feb 09, 2012  
  Likes: 0

Courage to Embrace Change
Eckhart Tolle has said that although some changes look negative on the surface, perhaps space is being created in a person's life so that something new and exciting can emerge. His words somewhat take the sting out of the process of change. It is not unusual for a person to…
By: Kathy Manis Findley in  Self Improvement  >  Personal Growth   Aug 16, 2013  
  Likes: 1

Unemployment on Self Esteem
As I enter the third month of being unemployed, I am amazed by the emotional roller coaster that my mind and thoughts have put me through. That is right, my mind and my thoughts. Absolutely no one else; not my family, not my friends, nor any third party has told…
By: Michael29 in  Business  >  Careers Employment   Feb 27, 2012  
  Likes: 3

Peter Andre's Description Of Anxiety And Depression Helps Everyone
I don’t normally watch Piers Morgan’s interviews, I must admit, but on Saturday night I felt compelled to watch it because I knew that Peter Andre had suffered from Anxiety in his life, and being a Counsellor I wondered if her would ‘dare’ to talk about this. I say ‘dare’…
By: Michelle Copley in  Health and Fitness  >  Anxiety   Dec 15, 2011  
  Likes: 9

The Deep Pools Of Depression – Sink Or Swim, Be A Life Guard
I have a friend who's lost his job, he's 61, has no pension and little chance of re-employment. Not being a psychiatrist, I suspect he's experiencing depression, and without the normal understanding of his family, he's sinking lower and lower. I know we say with ease “I'm feeling depressed” when…
By: Rob Ainslie in  Health and Fitness  >  Depression   Jun 14, 2012  
  Likes: 9

Article Views: 4086    Report this Article