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Managing Panic and Anxiety Attacks

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In my work as a psychotherapist over the past decade I have come into contact with so many people who live with intense experiences of terror, fear, panic and anxiety.In this article I’m not talking so much about worrying, feeling tense, nervous or stressed.

Not to diminish how difficult those experiences can be to live with , but I feel like they need different approaches.I’d like to offer a some simple information  about what’s happening in the brain and how we can directly, impact and alter a panicking brain and consequently a panicking body.When we are feeling truly absorbed by fear a series of neurological events takes place.

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