People who have experienced panic attacks often go around with a grave sense of unease that at any moment, they will experience a major panic attack.

It’s a fear of the ultimate panic attack that would finally push them over the edge.

This leads people to make changes to their behavior in order not to do anything that might trigger a panic episode.

When people feel this way, simple daily tasks can become big challenges. Some people start to fear driving their car in traffic. Others fear leaving their safe zone or simply any situation where they have responsibilities to perform.

This state of apprehension keeps a person’s anxiety level high, leading to feelings of general anxiety.

If you are such a person I hope to put your mind at rest. Panic attacks as well as general anxiety (even when not accompanied by panic disorder) can be eliminated in simple steps regardless of how long the anxiety has been a problem.

I am speaking not just from my own personal experience but from having worked with thousands of people right around the world.

Here is an important observation:

The key difference between someone who is cured of panic attacks and those who are not is really very simple. The one who is cured is not afraid of panic attacks. I’ll try to show you how to one of these people as well.

What if I told you the trick to ending panic attacks is to want to have one!

That sounds strange but let me explain.

A simple trick to ending panic attacks is wanting to have one because the wanting causes an immediate diffusion of the anticipatory fear.

Can you have a panic attack in this very second?

No !

You know the saying “what you resist persists.” Well that saying applies perfectly to fear. If you resist a situation out of fear, the fear around that issue will persist.

How do you stop resisting?

You move directly into the path of the anxiety; by doing so it cannot persist because you process the fear out through your emotions.

In essence what that means is that if you voluntarily seek out a panic attack you won’t have one.

Try in this very moment to have a panic attack and I will bet you cannot… Yes, I know the idea of calling on a panic attack is scary at first but play with the concept and watch what happens.

You may not realize it but you have always decided to panic. You make the choice by thinking

“This is beyond my control.”

“These scary sensations are beyond my bodies control.”

It may help if you imagine that having a panic attack is like standing on a cliff edge.

The anxiety, it seems, is pushing you closer to falling over the edge. Each time you fight back using poor coping strategies the more desperate you feel.

To be rid of the fear you must metaphorically jump. You must jump off the cliff edge and into the anxiety and fear and all the things that you fear most. How do you jump?

You jump by wanting to have a panic attack. You go about your day asking for a panic attack to appear. Your real safety is the fact that a panic attack will never harm you. That is medical fact.

You are safe, -Yes, the sensations are wild and uncomfortable, but no harm will come to you.

Your body is in a heightened state but no harm will come to you.

The jump becomes nothing more than a two inch drop! You are safe.

You always were.

Think of all the panic attacks you have had to date and come out the other end. Was there any lasting physical damage to you, other than the mounting feeling of panic?

Now you are going to approach this problem differently. You actively seek out the attack like an adventure seeker. Take the opposite approach.

YOU bring it on!!!


To Learn more about Panic Away visit: www.PanicAway.com


Here are some of the things you will learn from Panic Away…

-Learn how to be empowered and gain confidence by engaging a simple technique to defuse any panic attack.

-The four most powerful approaches to creating an enduring anxiety buffer zone (particularly useful for those who experience GAD).

-Learn to avoid making the one mistake almost everyone makes during a panic attack episode.


Here is a small sample of how the course has helped others:

…learned more from reading your program than I did from all the psychologists and other practitioners I had seen in the 25 years

I must tell you that out of all the items you can purchase regarding anxiety related products on the internet, I learned more from reading your program than I did from all the psychologists and other practitioners I had seen in the 25 years that I’ve had this condition.

I had been on Xanax and Klonopin for about 10 years, but this December, I decided to withdraw from it thinking I didn’t need the pills anymore according to some of the programs I ordered claiming “miracle cures”. That’s when all my symptoms started again. I felt as if I had wasted the past 20 years trying to get better.That’s when I started searching the web for home based “cures”. I ordered so many programs I started to get confused from too much conflicting advice. Also, I was promised support but I am still waiting replies from some of the more expensive programs!

You are a true gentleman, and I am going to post a very positive feedback on a website you might be familiar about called: Tapir?

Talk to ya, Andy

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…I DEBATED ORDERING YOUR PROGRAM BECAUSE I HAVE SPENT APPROX. $8,000 IN THE LAST 5 YEARS

, I RAN ACROSS YOUR PROGRAM SUNDAY, FEB. 5th. I DEBATED ORDERING YOUR PROGRAM BECAUSE I HAVE SPENT APPROX. $8,000 IN THE LAST 5 YEARS OF MY LIFE TRYING EVERYTHING FROM PANIC SUPPORT CLASSES, MEDICATION, COUNSELING AND THE LIST GOES ON, ALL TO RID MYSELF OF PANIC ATTACKS. SOMETHING INSIDE ME SAID, JUST KEEP TRYING, SO I DID. AFTER 5 YEARS OF OF LIVING MY LIFE WITH THE WORLD ON MY SHOULDERS I AM EXCITED TO SAY THAT I AM NOW PANIC FREE. AFTER ONE TIME OF APPLYING YOUR ONE MOVE TECHNIQUE, I AM A NEW PERSON.

ONE OF MY MANY FEARS THAT I DEVELOPED WAS DRIVING. AFTER READING YOUR PROGRAM AT 12.30 AT NIGHT I WROTE DOWN SOME QUICK NOTES FROM YOUR “ONE MOVE TECH.” I RAN OUT OF MY HOUSE AND DROVE TOWARD THE DARKEST SCARIEST ROAD WHERE NOBODY WAS NEAR BY.

THIS WOULD DEFINITLY BRING ON AN FULL PANIC ATTACK, WHICH IT DID. WHILE LETTING MYSELF FEEL THE EMOTIONS RUN THROUGH ME, I DID EXACTLY WHAT YOU TOLD ME TO DO, I WAS SCARED AS HELL BUT STOOD MY GROUND. I INSTANTLY CALMED AND EVEN TRIED TO BRING THE ATTACK BACK ON, BUT COULD NOT. I LITTERALLY LAUGHED OUT LOUD AND SAT IN MY TRUCK AMAZED. AFTER ALL THIS TIME THAT WAS ALL I HAD TO DO. THE COMPLETE OPPOSIT OF EVERYTHING THAT I WAS TOLD. THIS WHOLE WEEK I HAVE DRIVEN WHERE EVER I WANTED,AT ANY TIME OF THE DAY. I AM SO GLAD I FOUND YOUR PROGRAM.

THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL YOUR RESEARCH, TIME, AND DEDICATION SO THAT PEOPLE LIKE US CAN NOW LIVE A NORMAL AND HAPPY LIFE. JACKSON CA, AARON

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…I prayed to God to show me what to do

I experienced my first panic attack in July of this year and ended up going to the hospital by ambulance thinking I was having a stroke or heart attack! I have had a bunch of attacks since then. Monday morning I awoke to an immediate attack and prayed to God to show me what to do. To make a long story short, I was led to your website but was afraid it was like the other ones where they try to sell you their products. However, your introductory information really spoke to me and I decided to take a chance. I read your book and it gave me the tools I was searching for to deal with my attacks.

I could tell immediately that you have suffered from panic attacks yourself because you spoke with authority that can only have come from having dealt with the terrors yourself. I am 42 years of age and have been noticing the psychological effects of perimenopause (one of which is panic attacks in my case). Thanks again!!

Sincerely, Cynthia

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To Learn more about Panic Away visit:

www.PanicAway.com

I encourage you to take a chance with this course. As a former sufferer I would not pretend to have a solution if I did not honestly believe it could be of great benefit to you.

Together we can get you truly back to the person you were before anxiety became an issue.

P.S. Additional bonus- I am currently offering an opportunity to have a one to one session with me so that I can ensure you get the results you need. All I ask is that should you feel the course has been of tremendous benefit to you that I add you to a database I am currently updating of success stories.

If you want to learn more about this course and how to get started right away visit:

www.PanicAway.com

Talk soon

Barry Joe McDonagh

All material provided in these emails are for informational or educational purposes only. No content is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Consult your physician regarding the applicability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to your symptoms or medical condition.

200 Comments

  1. keith says:

    i have been suffering from panic attacks 4 nearly a year now i find dem very frighting and i feel so alone cause no 1 understands how i feel my heart will start 2 race i get very dizzy my chest will get tighter i feel as if im dyin i also panic at the thought of being left alone wit my 3 year old child incase i will take a panic attack and die im constantly on edge. after reading through some of these posts has made me feel a lot beter im myself 2 think dat im not alone and dat der is light at the end of the tunnel thank you

  2. John says:

    I’m going to try this.
    Meds, counselling, self-help tapes and books, hypnotherapy and burying my head in the sand have only helped a little.
    For over 20 years I have lived inside the limits that my anxieties have made for me and convinced myself that’s all I wanted out of life anyway.
    I’ve missed out on so much, wish me luck!

  3. david says:

    i will try very soon panic away i have had panic attacks for last 20 years on and off but didnt know i was having panic attacks until i was taken to hospital last week after going to sleep and could not breathe and choking feeling feel like had sore throat couldnt swallow properly all tests at hospital were negative, 2 days later i had the same attack going to the hospital by bus at 6 in the morning same thing tests negative and all this brought on because i enrolled in a 6 month certificate 3 in aged care and after xmas holidays i got behind in my studies and had to catch up and started to stress out to get my papers in units i finally got my certificate and passed with competencies but then when it came to doing my workplacement 4 weeks 100 hours on my first day i was nervous by the second day had to pull out of workplacment and take 5 weeks off so then i was stressing out i have to finish this last component of my course then i decided to restart my workplace training at another nursing home on my first day i felt nervous again and panic attacks started again off and on tomorrow monday will have to face my fear full circle and deal with it once and for all sick of feeling like this want to lead a happy life it only started because i started something new the course unfamilar to me different people and enviroment same as the nursing home training each time i go there i allways try to make an excuse im sick can not come in today but this time tomorrow will face my fears and try move forward and try eliminate my attacks and anxiety i am so glad i found this site panic away will start using it maybe tomorrow wish me luck thanks for reading hope my testemonial will help and its all true an correct what happened to me regards david w

  4. Summer says:

    If people that suffer these panic attacks would just realize that that’s all they are, focus your attention on your breathing as your having the attack, breath slow and deep and exhale long and slow, your body will relax and you WILL come out of it. I am not saying it is easy but with time and practice, you will come out of the attack faster and frequency of attacks will stop. Once you start using the breathing exercise, you can also say the affirmation, “My mind is calm, my body relaxed.” I have had panic attacks for 38 yrs and I learned on my own how to control them. They will leave for maybe 7 yrs then return but they are not as bad unless I am having stress and THEN I start the relaxation exercises. Works every time. Remember, where your attention is, that is what you create. FOCUS on your breathing, that is the main key. Keep it under control and you can control the attacks.

  5. eamon says:

    my attacks r now bad i cant go into supermarkets as i had a a panic there-that interview with a doc really helped me

  6. mayra says:

    Wow it is a huge relief to know there are people out there who have the same problem I do. I always thought I was alone in this I thought there was not a cure for panic attacks but after reading all of these comments it makes me feel like I’m not alone. I have suffered with panic attacks since I was 15 now I’m 21 and these years with panic attacks have been the hardest. For the past 2 or 3 months I have been getting them constantly I can’t sit in my house and watch tv without feeling anxiety I’m just thinking when the next one is going to occur. I came across panic away a couple of days ago and immediately I knew I had to order it I knew this was my solution to getting rid of these anxiety and panic attacks. I will keep posting a comment every week to let everyone know how my progress is going.

  7. Vicky says:

    Hi all..i had my first panick attack when i was 13 years old after smoking weed..i really thought that the weed was the only reason for making me feel like that..until recently i had the same thing happened i didnt know what it was..i thought that i was alone with it..the feeling of not knowing what it was made me even worse until i realized it was a panic attack..when people were telling me i couldnt die i didnt believe them and thought they didnt know what i was going through until i started searching the web and come across this website..just reading the posts has made me feel at ease..and i thankyou for that

  8. Mogeeb says:

    Thank you very much for your article. it makes me more confident about what happen to me.
    best regards.

  9. Brandi says:

    Hey guys! I just recently started having Panic attacks about 2 weeks after my son was born, (he was born at 27 wks) and Has been in the NICU since July 29th 2011. im 19yrs old, and this is my first kid and my first time ever having these. The first time I had the ambulance come and pick me up because i thought i was dying!! and when they did blood work and everything else, they told me, I had an anxiety attack, so i didnt have another one til 2 months later and ended up back in the hospital. Its been 5 days since that ER trip and im still over thinking that trip, thinking they missed something. :/ ….
    Im really thinking about getting this!! it seems to be worth it, with all the great results!!

  10. Nicole says:

    Wow i can’t belive how many other people i can relate to.I thought i was going crazy.,i’m only 18,and had my first panic attack when i was 17 thinking i had a brain tumor.I started to shake,think about how i was going to die..i wasn’t able to sleep.After a while i was able to fall asleep & didn’t want to tell anyone what happend to me thinking that telling someone would make it reality & thought that my constant thinking about it and feeling my head for bumps would seriously make a tumor occur.My second panic attack happend 2 weeks ago,i started thinking about hear attacks,and even though i knew it was very rare for a 18 year old person to have one,i still convinced myself that something was wrong with my heart.I started to look up heart attacks on the internet which scared me even more causing me to have a panic attack where i started to tremble and was feeling my heart CONSTANTLY…when i couldn’t feel my heart beat i would freak out and start doing jumping jacks to make my hear beat faster making it easier for me to mae sure my heart was still beating. I didn’t talk to anyone about it until i couldn’t take it anymore and had a erge to make my dad take me to the doctors’ since i was terrifed of hospitals…she first asked me if i was stressed out,which i honestly wasn’t aware of but thinking about everything i realized that i most likely was stressed out. she checked everything out and said everything was fine with me but if i wished to make an EKG to reassure me for me to do so.i didn’t think it was necessary so we just went home.That night i was constantly thinking about my heart and even started to feel a pain in my chest which i obviously imagined but realistically felt. That whole week i didn;t go to school,i couldn’t sit still,my hand was constantly on my chest,i couldn’t even watch TV.I went to 2 other doctors that told me everything was fine with me and for me to see a therapist to talk to about my problems. I had to always do something with myself,i would go walking because staying in the house made me feel nervous and anxious..i would clean the house just to keep myself busy. A few days ago i signed up for pilates to calm me. All i think about it having another panic attack,when i wake up that’s the first thing on my mind and when i go to sleep i wake up a few times during the night.I’m constantly tired & i’ve been to the ER to make an EKG,the results showed that everything was fine with me,but that still didn’t make me feel better.I’ve been to a therapist which perscribed ”Helex”;i haven’t had it because i’m terrifed of taking any pills. No one really understood me when i would tell them my problem..eveyone just says that it will be okay,it will go away with time,ect.I was litterally thinking about every possible bad thing/or all the sicknesses i could get..Reading these comments from everyone definatly makes me feel better & at ease knowing that it’s curable and that i’m not alone so i thank you guys for writing down all your thoughts and feelings

  11. sarah says:

    hi all
    i started having panic attacks when my mum was taken ill in oct for copd. i had a call late at nite which freacked me out. i was at aand e with her until 6.30 the next morning i hadnt slept for nearly 30hrs, i went home and went to bed but was woke up with a racey heart i felt like nothing on earth it carried on until nearly 4.30 in the afternoon ending up going to A&E to have ecg bloods to be told everything was normal and i was suffering for panic attacks.i then had another after about 3 weeks later when my mum was taken in a 2nd time with heart problems. my husband was due to go offshore that day and everything just got ontop of me.everything you have all discribed is what i have had all the symtoms. i fear of dying leaving my children every little ache or pain i have i make more out it.
    i am now about to purchase panic away and i will inform you all of the outcome.

  12. Bryce says:

    Hello I am 15 years old. I have had very bad panic attacks sence I was 9. They are caused from me feeling I am trapped in or that I cant control or get out of somthing even if I wanted to. I also had bad panic attacks to being heavy chested thinking I am going to die from suficating to death. I have not yet got Panic Away but have herd good comments I just might try this hope this can stop my panic attacks for good.

  13. Kerry says:

    I Am so glad I found this website.I have suffered severe panick attacks which turned into agrapbia and I feel like I have lost a year out my life. Only people who have been threw it no how hard it is.I tried barrys bring it on way today and picked my son up from school,I felt a little anxious,but wow it worked I even managed to talk to sum of the parents,I usually stand on my own hopeing I won’t fall down or faint. Bring it on I’m fighting the panic monster,I’m winning.thank you Barry,and thank you for all your comments they really help,knowing that I’m not alone in the world

  14. Nemanja says:

    Thank you very much for doing this work. I have panic attacks and GAD for about 8 months now and I just run into this information yesterday. I will purchase your product because I am certain it will help me. It helps only by thinking that i want another panic attack. Once again thank your very much. Have a beautiful life.

  15. Angela says:

    This program is different. I have never heard “try and have a panic attack or want to have one.” That is an interesting way of looking at it. If you want it you end the anticipation of it. I get it….
    I have suffered from GAD, panic disorder, OCD, PTSD, and Agoraphobia off and on sence I was in my early 20’s. Yes I have it all but the bottom line all of it is anxiety. I am now 39 years old and married and I have 3 children. Having all this anxiety as a mother of 3 feels very sad. I feel guilty that I cant have fun with my kids the way I want to. I feel bad my children have never seen the beach or have been to an amusement park because of me and my fears. My 10 year old daughter is now suffering from school anxiety and I blame myself. I feel I taught her this. I have had every body symptom you can think of. From dizziness, jelly legs, off balanced, panic attacks, afraid of an illness or death, scarey thoughts, intestinal issues, tinnitis, numbess, shaking, weakness, crying, insomia, nightmares, and so on and so on. Every time I suffer from this I get new symptoms to add to the list. It drives me crazy. I have bought 2 different programs and they did help but I still suffer. Its true most programs out there teach you to cope but not illiminate. I am living proof of that. I also am in therapy because I was thinking my anxiety was coming from losing my mom last year to cancer. Yes grief is hard but it doesnt have to make you sick with anxiety. I went to therapy last night for the grief and now I have more anxiety today then ever. After finding this website today I realize maybe Panic Away program is for me. Maybe this is what I have been searching for most of my adult life. I cried listening to the testimony of the 62 year old that had suffered for 50 plus years. This program Panic Away has to be a miracle because for someone suffering for over 50 years to be anxiety free now– that is incredible. It gave me HOPE! The other 2 programs I bought have not illiminated my anxiety and going to a therapist gave me anxiety. I do have to agree with this program when it says “it doesnt matter what caused it.” It doesnt help to search for the source of what started anxiety in your life. What matters is illiminating it forever….Getting rid of anxiety would be like getting me and my children out of a prison that my fear has kept us in for so long.

  16. Alexis says:

    Hey you guys, I am 19 years old and I have been suffering with anxiety and panic attacks for quite a while now. I remember it staring when I was in the 8th grade when my cuz has passed….I number of visits to te hospital an doctor and let along I was sick on top of the anxiety. I just didn’t know what to do and I really felt like I was going crazy. I talked to my mom about it bcuz she told me she went through it as well but I still ha doubt in my mind that I could get to that stage of back to my old self. It went away for a while but recently came
    Back late last year when my best friend dad passed and i had the worse attack while driving…I just had this weird sensation running through my body and it just didn’t feel like myself and I became frustrated with myself because I thought for sure that I was over this and all my
    Work was going to waste and I would never know what it was like to not think negative…i have also had another really bad attack earlier this week due to my boyfriend movin and I constantly worry about him
    And let alone I’m in college I have started Readin the emails that Barry sent to me but I never really put them into action because I would have doubt in the back of my
    Mind that it was going to work. But I do believe that God will see my through this and make me a stronger individual and it literally bring tears to my eyes to see that there are other people on here who have either expierenced somethin similar to mines if not worse I just pray to see that day where anxiety won’t control my life but it is a relief to know that I am not alone and there are people willing to help

  17. Rosa says:

    Thank you so much for the information. I have had this condition all of my life and it has only gotten worst over the years. I’m 47 now and still am afraid of high bridges and freeways. I think that maybe the inner ear has something to do with this also, do you? I fought inner ear issues throughout my early teens and even in my early twenties. This information really does help me. I look forward to getting your Panic away information as soon as I’m able too.

    Thanks a big bunch

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