Friday, December 26, 2008

Review Of Panic Away


This is something that I haven't shared with too many people through my life, but I once suffered from terrible panic attacks. If you're going through that now (which I assume you are since you're reading this review) then you know how terrible they are...that overwhelming feeling that seems to start in your stomach and travels all the way to your head. At one point in my life, they were so bad that one day I was literally running back and forth between the bathroom and my living room literally just trying to escape life...until I finally collapsed on the living room couch from exhaustion.

Sound familiar?

Fortunately for me, those days are behind me.

Don't get me wrong. I have my days where I'm not exactly in the mood to party, but I'm nothing like I used to be. The attacks are gone and at worst, I have days where I'm just a little down...mostly due to family related issues outside of my control.

But the days of running around like a madman, trying to escape life are over.

Thank God.

Okay, so what about this Panic Away?

Well, let me tell you what it's NOT so you don't go thinking that this is some miracle cure that you just push a button and you get it. It isn't.

Panic Away is an attitude. It's really the only way to describe it. It literally "teaches" you how to stop thinking about and worrying about having a panic attack. Yes, whether you know it or not, many panic attacks, if not all, are brought on by the fear of getting one itself. It's almost like if somebody tells you not to think about the word "doorknob" you can't help but think about it. It's called NLP or neurolinguistic programming, and it's very powerful.

Unfortunately, it's not powerful enough to work in reverse, in case you've tried NLP techniques to stop your panic attacks. If you have, you've noticed the results have been less than stellar.

Panic Away does NOT use NLP techniques or hypnosis or any of the "usual" methods for stopping panic attacks that, quite honestly, don't worry very well...if at all.

No. Panic Away simply teaches you how to stop thinking and worrying about getting a panic attack. Once you're able to do that, 99% of the battle is won.

Now, when I say simply, what I mean is, the actual process that you will go through
is not complex. It can't be...and here is why.

Most anxiety is caused by excessive thought, or dwelling on things. Have you ever
noticed that when you get anxious you find your mind wandering all over the place? You'll start thinking about all the bad things that are going on in your life all at one time. Therefore, the process of stopping these attacks has to involve as little thought on YOUR part as possible or it can't work. So in that respect, the process is simple.

However, the thought behind the process itself, or as I call it, the science, is anything but simple. A lot of work and research went into developing this technique. It is not something you or I could have come up with on our own. At least I know I couldn't. And I consider myself a fairly bright individual. And that's another thing. Panic attacks have nothing to do with your intelligence. Some of the smartest people in the world suffer from this disorder. So you're not alone.

But you don't have to suffer any longer. Panic Away really DOES work I said, this isn't a miracle cure. You will have to learn to change your thought process. Panic Away CAN help you do that and the results are incredibly effective. When you go to their site, you will see tons of testimonials from real people like yourself who have been cured of this problem.

At the very least, go to the site and read what's there. It will only take you a few minutes of your time and just may change your whole life in the process.

Here is the site:


If you buy this book from me, I will answer any questions that you have for a full 3 days after purchase. That's how much I believe in it.

To YOUR Health

Steve Wagner