A message from Barry McDonagh:

Has any of this ever happened to you?

  • Maybe you have found yourself in the hospital's ER because you thought you were having a heart attack, only to be told later it was anxiety?
  • Do you ever fear you might stop breathing because your chest feels tight and your breathing is erratic?
  • When you drive, do you fear the idea of getting stuck in traffic, on a bridge, or at a red light?
  • Do you ever feel afraid you might lose control or go insane?
  • Have you struggled with anxious, intrusive thoughts?
  • Do you ever feel uncomfortable in enclosed spaces such as supermarkets, cinemas, public transport, or even sitting at the hairdresser's?
  • Do you fear socializing because you might get anxious and have to leave in a hurry? What will they think, right?

I know how you feel because I have been there too!

  • I know you fear that this problem will get worse, and you fear you might eventually lose control.
  • I know you feel anxious doing very simple things like standing in a queue, driving or even leaving your home.
  • I know you have tried other treatments and traditional 'coping' exercises that did not work.
  • I also know most people in your life don't get it. They wonder why you are so anxious all the time and wish you would just 'snap out of it.'

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Barry McDonagh

Creator of the Panic Away Program In the past 10 years, The Panic Away Program has touched over 150,000 lives in 32 countries worldwide. People from all walks of life have used it from soccer moms to celebrities.

  • Dr. Dahia Keen is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist practicing in private practice in Beverly Hills, California. www.DrDahlia.com

    I would definitely recommend it to my patients

    Panic-Away is a useful, innovative and insightful technique to take charge and eliminate panic. Its clever and empowering short handed phrases enable a person to detach from their anxiety and challenge it full force. Indeed-this can be the "First-Aid" kit for anxiety. I would definitely recommend it to my patients.

  • Dr. Glenn Livingston holds a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and has been extensively quoted on creative psychological and research theories (e.g. in The New Yourk Times, The Lose Angeles Times, etc.) www.emotionaleatingsecrets.com

    ..it's well worth the investment

    Finally, a clear and concise explanation of panic in it's many forms, with practical advise and exercises for symptom reduction and elimination. If you suffer with panic of any type, it's well worth the investment to get this compassionate, jargon-free program


The #1 Reason Panic Attack Treatments Fail

Many of the people who come to me have gone through years of unsuccessful treatments for ending panic attacks. They have tried everything from anti-anxiety medication to talk therapy, all the way to alternative treatments like hypnotherapy and acupuncture. But why do all these treatments fail to get lasting results?

The #1 reason these treatments fail is because they do not teach the person to end the fear of fear. Instead they teach a person to 'cope' with the problem and to 'manage' the anxiety in the hope that it will eventually go away.

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Meet the Usual Suspects!

Everyone has his or her own sensation or feeling that strikes terror inside. Here is a summary of the top offenders. (don't worry if yours is not listed here, there are plenty more):

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Pounding heart or missed beats:

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In at number 1 as the most common symptom of anxiety is the racing or pounding heartbeat (palpitations). Palpitations are short, abrupt periods in which the heart suddenly starts beating fast. If you're in a sensitive state, this can ring alarm bells because you fear a sudden heart attack. The more you panic, the faster the heart beats. It's therefore understandable why many people in this situation jump to conclusions and dash to the hospital ER for medical help.

The next most worrying sensations in relation to the heart are 'missed heartbeats.' The medical term for missed heartbeats is extra systoles. A missed heartbeat usually involves an extra beat between two normal beats. Given the pause that follows this premature beat, it seems as if one beat was missed.

The New England Journal of Medicine recently published a study by Dr. Harold Kennedy. He found that healthy people with frequent irregular heartbeats appear to be no more prone to heart problems than the average person. The majority of even the healthiest people experience palpitations, missed beats, or pounding in the chest. Panic Away will teach you how to respond correctly when you experience any these sensations. You can move past this fear very quickly with the right guidance. Of course, it goes without saying that any concern about your heart or health in general should always be checked out by your doctor.

Dizziness, lightheadedness:

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When someone experiences high anxiety or panic, it's very common for that person to feel light-headed or dizzy. This sensation is alarming becauseit makes you feel very vulnerable. If you're alone, you might fear falling unconscious with no one to look after you. Or if the sensation happens in public,you might feel feelings of vulnerability while surrounded by strangers. The dizziness often felt during an episode of anxiety is caused by increased respiration. People tend to over breathe (hyperventilate) when they're anxious, whichcan lead to dizziness or light-headedness.

Dizziness can also be triggered by pressure to perform in certain situations. It's very uncommon for a person to faint when feeling anxious or threatened. This is because fainting is the result of low blood pressure. When we faint, our bodies fall to the ground. This allows blood to be supplied easily to the brain, a clever safety mechanism. When you feel anxious, your blood pressure goes up, not down. Hence, fainting is unlikely because your brain has plenty of blood supply.

Difficulty breathing, a sense of feeling smothered:

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It's common for people with anxiety to mention fears about their breathing. Some feel that their breathing is very labored and shallow. These fears are almost always accompanied by a tight sensation in the chest or throat area.

A frequent complaint from people experiencing this sensation is worry that they're not getting enough oxygen or that they might stop breathing altogether. They feel forced to take conscious control of their breathing. The chest or throat tightness that causes uncomfortable or shallow breathing is very common. It's actually the chest and throat muscles that are tense. If this happens to you, it gives you the false impression that you're not breathing correctly or getting enough air.

This can lead to panic and light-headedness, which confirms your fears of not getting enough air. You can then see how a cycle of anxiety begins as one fearful sensation feeding off another. The breathing fear comes from feeling uncomfortable in that area and then having anxious thoughts about suffocating or fainting from lack of oxygen. Don't let it worry you. Believe me, you could spend every minute of the next ten years worrying that you'll stop breathing, but in reality you won’t. Panic Away teaches you how to overcome this fear by releasing the tension in that area and by triggering a new response to the sensation.

Tingling or numbness in the hands:

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When panic attacks begin, people often feel a tingling sensation in their body. The medical term for this is paresthesia. More generally known as the feeling of pins and needles, it's a sensation of tingling, pricking, or numbness of the skin, and it has no apparent long-term physical effect. Paresthesia is most commonly felt in the hands, arms, mouth, and feet. Don't be alarmedâ€"this is perfectly natural to experience in connection with high anxiety. It is part of the fight or flight response.

Fear of losing control or going mad:

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During a panic attack, some people are prone to believe they're going to lose control. This feared loss of control can be physical (i.e., that all your vital organs will completely lose the run of themselves and descend into chaos) or emotional/mental (i.e., that you'll lose your grip on reality). Those who hate social embarrassment tend to suffer from this fear the most. The feared loss of control can range from screaming in public to picking up a knife and killing the nearest and dearest person to you. Put your mind at rest! As scary as those thoughts may be, you're not going to commit any of these acts. The reason you experience those thoughts is because your body feels out of control. Your mind thinks that if your body is out of control, it is next on the list.

Unreality

The sensation of unreality is depersonalization or derealization. Many people who experience panic attacks and general anxiety become distressed by this sensation and feel they may be losing their minds. They report feeling disconnected, as if their world has become nothing more than a projection of a film. This sensation ends as soon as the person's anxiety level is reduced. You have to trust me on that. No harm has been done to your mind, nor is it a sign of some serious problem. Use Panic Away to end this sensation by quickly reducing general anxiety.

You are a lot braver than you give yourself credit for!

Dealing with anxiety is no easy feat. I know you feel a sense of shame because of the way you feel, but trust me; you are a lot braver than you think you are. Actually you already do the bravest of things. You get up each day and get on with life. It does not make headline news, but it counts because it is real bravery, true courage.

The average person has no idea how terrifying a panic attack can be or how upsetting all day general anxiety is, BUT you get on with it regardless. You go to work, you pick the kids up, and you look after your family. You do this even when you are feeling really bad!

If you had a physical complaint, people could understand. However, when you say it is 'anxiety.' they look at you a little strangely. I am so glad you kept searching for a solution because we are going to turn you into a your own HERO. You will be the hero of your own life where you overcome this struggle.

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You are now so close to ending this problem. Once you learn these techniques, you will grow and become a stronger person. You will discover that anxiety had a lesson to teach you, and by drawing meaning from the experience, you will transform your life forever. What you learn in Panic Away is not just about ending anxiety. It is also about to embracing the bigger, braver you.

When you end your anxiety you are then in a unique position to help others. Be it friends and family or a stranger who crosses your path, you will be poised to make a difference. Your triumph over anxiety will turns into an inspiration for others. All it takes is a decision to act, BUT you must take action!

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Yes, there is life after anxiety

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Some of the greatest doctors in the world have advocated
the same approach for ending anxiety:

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Dr. Viktor Frankl

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Dr. Clarie Weekes

Dr. Viktor Frankl and Dr. Clarie Weekes were two doctors who made what many regard as the greatest contribution to treating anxiety. They did not see anxiety as a mental illness but rather a problem of an over-sensitized nervous system that could be easily corrected with the right approach.

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The 21-7 Technique™ (as taught in Panic Away) has its roots in the great teachings of these two doctors but brings their
methodology into the 21st century with a more holistic system that is incredibly effective and easy to apply.

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How does this program actually work?

All the techniques in Panic Away are designed to allow your body to heal naturally. This is achieved by pushing your mind to move out of the way and allowing your parasympathetic nervous system to activate. By continuously stimulating your stress response, it is your anxious mind that keeps this from occurring. In essence, Panic Away teaches you to trick your anxious mind out of the way so your body and mind can begin to relax again.

Once your anxious mind is no longer stimulating the stress response, you quickly begin to feel more like your old self again. In addition to this, you learn how to stop panic attacks from occurring by short-circuiting the panic loop and ending the fear of fear.

Now is YOUR time.

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This is about improving the quality of your life dramatically. In fact this could be the most important decision you make in a long time. You can have freedom again, It's your birthright, it's just a matter of deciding to go after it! Remember, deciding NOT to act is also a decision. You must make the move towards an anxiety free life. It will not find you.

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IMPORTANT LEGAL DISCLAIMER FOR TESTIMONIALS, RISK AND TYPICAL RESULTS

We would never claim Panic Away or its related services to be a magic pill. The individual using the program must make a diligent effort, or results will not be obtained. Even if you do follow the program as instructed, there is a chance you will see little or no benefit.

All the testimonials you see on this page are real. However, it must be disclaimed that these testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results with the program. They are meant as a showcase of what motivated and dedicated clients can do with the program. Your results may vary, and you may not get the same results when using this program. We offer a 100% money-back guarantee – you can refund the program for any reason if you are not satisfied with the results.

Barry McDonagh is not a medical doctor, psychologist, or mental health worker. This program comes from his own experience ending an anxiety disorder, and his advice is not meant as a substitute for medical advice. Please consult a qualified medical, dietary, fitness, or other appropriate professional for any specific needs you may have. Please see our full legal disclaimer for more information on typical results, risks, and our full testimonials disclaimer here: Disclaimer for typical results, testimonials, and risks