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Victims of panic attacks and anxiety syndromes can do a lot more to help themselves says a former sufferer. In a new blog, evidence is presented showing that a self-help attitude can really pay dividends.
For the vast majority of sufferers it has been a never-ending spiral of confusion and ultimately depression for tens of thousands of people around the world. “There has been a tendency for sufferers to turn to drugs for help, but this often leads to deepening problems, the says.
The new blog’s main contributor dispels the myth that professional assistance is the only solution. Using examples from his own life experience, he shows how he found a way to overcome what is fast becoming a major health issue in society today.
Studies released by Stanford University have highlighted the increasing incidence of panic and anxiety attacks throughout the world. The studies further show that the rise is not just simply related to the recent economic turmoil, but is more a symptom of the increasing stress felt by the general population.
“What we seem to be seeing is a generalized response to the perception that we are facing more and more difficulties in our everyday lives”, says Professor Standing.
The symptoms of panic attack are as varied as individual personalities, but the most common experiences include rapid heart rate, difficulty in breathing, a feeling of losing control, and a constant state of wondering when and where the next attack will come from.
The blog gives evidence of the success of modern self treatment techniques, signaling the possibility that panic attacks may be able to be reduced, or even eradicated, for a significant number of sufferers. For more information visit


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