Category: Panic attacks

Jul 21 2016

8 Ways You Can Help Someone Who Is Feeling Anxious

8 Ways You Can Help Someone Who Is Feeling Anxious – Vol. 371, July 21, 2016 I have many clients who come to me who feel that they have lost their lives because of the anxious sick feelings that they have inside themselves. My clients have come to me thinking they were dying the first …

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Jan 07 2016

Some Simple Things to Keep Anxiety at Bay

Some Simple Things to Keep Anxiety at Bay – Vol. 342, January 7, 2016  The other day I was with a client of mine who suffers from anxiety. She is a 22 year old college student who was feeling that she was losing her life to this anxiety that would sometimes lead to panic attacks. Logically …

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Mar 05 2015

What Do I Do If I Have Been Raped? (Part 3 of 3)

  What Do I Do If I Have Been Raped? – Vol.300, March 5, 2015 Unfortunately one in four women will be raped during their lifetimes. Male victims make up 10% of all rapes so it is a fairly common problem in our society, sadly. Unfortunately, I too have been victimized in this way going …

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Jul 08 2014

Abuse of Anxiety Drug Increases Fatalities: Use Your Mind Instead – Vol. 120, September 29, 2011

According to an article in the New York Times, September 14, 2011, Xanax (generic name alprazolam), an anti-anxiety drug was the eighth most prescribed drug in the nation last year, according to SDI, a data firm that tracks drug sales. Xanax is a benzodiazepine which is a sedative. The problem with this medication is that …

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Nov 28 2013

The Challenging Journey

The Challenging Journey – Vol. 227, November 28, 2013 So, here I am sitting at Logan Airport after missing my flight to a training that I am really looking forward to attending. This because a very sweet yet, fearful housemate of mine was unable to complete the drive to Boston’s Logan Airport. He missed the exit …

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Nov 18 2013

Claustrophobia: Does It Hinder Your Life?

Suzanne discusses the unconscious roots of claustphobic behaivior and suggests hypnosis as a way to overcome those feelings of fear.

Dec 15 2012

Study Demonstrates that Trouble Emoting Leads to Panic Attacks; Release Them Easily with Hypnosis

According to the specialist on panic attacks, the lack of being able to feel emotions may be the cause of the problem. Using NLP and hypnosis it has been my experience that people can stop stuffing their emotions while learning how to feel them once again. This is important for they serve a purpose and once that is understood you can release the negative emotions fairly easily.