How to overcome anxiety due to exhaustion?

How to overcome anxiety due to exhaustion? Read on to learn more about Barry McDonagh’s Panic Away program, which is designed to help people around the world deal with their anxiety and avoid panic attacks.
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Exhaustion and Anxiety

 

Why do some people have a problem with anxiety and others do not?

 

This is a question almost everyone who experiences anxiety asks themselves at some point or another. Why me?

 

My understanding of anxiety is that yes, some people seem more susceptible than others but that the key trigger tends to be exhaustion. By exhaustion I mean mental, physical, or emotional exhaustion. (Under physical exhaustion I also include things like diet or substance abuse)

 

For some it may be exhaustion caused by a hectic life and never taking time to release the stress. People like that often do not notice their stress levels are so high until they get blindsided by a spontaneous panic attack.

 

For others it may be an emotional exhaustion caused by the loss of a loved one or the break up of a long term relationship.

 

If the anxiety is caused by a traumatic life event, it is interesting to note that the person frequently does not experience the anxiety until the event has passed.

 

You often see people dealing very well with a crisis but then several weeks later when the dust has settled they start to feel the anxiety. It is like they have been in shock and are only now starting to process the experience.

 

The most important thing to remember about panic attacks or general anxiety is that help is available and it is important to get help sooner rather than later.

 

I always recommend visiting your doctor first of all to really determine that it is just anxiety you are dealing with and not an underlying physical ailment. Once you are sure that it is anxiety that you dealing with, treat it.

 

Don’t wait

 

Burying your head in the sand hoping it will simply be gone next week is not an effective way to treat it. It is totally unnecessary to spend months if not years dealing with something that can be corrected now.

 

To learn how to overcome anxiety due to exhaustion, watch the following videos-

 

Tired And Wired – Living With Chronic Anxiety

 

6 Simple Ways To Reduce Anxiety

 

Learn How To Control Your Mind (USE This To BrainWash Yourself)

That help is available right here.

 

The Panic Away Program changes the way you process your anxiety enabling you to end panic attacks and general anxiety. It costs no more than a dinner for two but can change your life so much for the better. Invest in the right kind of information. Information that puts you back in control of your life. That is the best kind of investment you can make.

 

To learn more about Panic Away

 

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To your success,

 

Barry McDonagh

 

PanicAway.com

 

By Barry McDonagh, who is an international panic disorder coach. He created the Panic Away program to help people around the world deal with their anxiety and avoid panic attacks – a subject that he is personally attuned to because he himself found that he was prone to these issues since he was young. His hatred of his powerless lead him down the path of finding natural ways to treat himself without having to depend on expensive medications.

 

His informative site on all issues related to panic and anxiety attacks can be found here: Keep Panic Attacks Away – How to Overcome Anxiety Due to Exhaustion

 

How to End Unwanted Anxious Thoughts in 4 Easy Steps?

How to End Unwanted Anxious Thoughts in 4 Easy Steps? Observe it, label it (fear of whatever), then Watch it as it passes by with no judgment and then Move your attention on to what you were doing. By practicing this approach, you gradually stop reacting with fear to the thought and you learn to treat it as nothing more than an odd peculiarity.
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After having visited my site I can almost imagine what your repetitive anxious thought might be.

 

Maybe it’s a fear of:

 

-a panic attack

-never being free of general anxiety

-a bodily sensation that worries you

-a fear of losing control to anxiety

 

My name is Barry McDonagh and I have successfully taught thousands of people in over 30 different countries, how to end general anxiety and panic attacks.

 

Whatever your particular fear is, I want to share some tips and techniques with you over the coming days that will not only help you end these fears but also reduce your general anxiety level dramatically.

 

After many years of coaching people to be anxiety free, I have noticed that those who experience panic attacks or general anxiety almost always deal with the frequent occurrence of anxious thoughts.

 

Anxiety has a sneaky way of seeding doubt regardless of whether the fear is rational or irrational.

 

So what can be done for people who suffer from repetitive anxious thoughts?

 

To begin, lets look at how an anxious thought is powered and then I will demonstrate how to quickly eliminate the intensity of the thought.

 

Say for example you are going about your daily business when an anxious thought enters your mind.

 

Whatever the nature of the thought, the pattern that follows is usually quite predictable.

 

The anxious thought flashes briefly in your awareness and as it does so you immediately react with fear as you contemplate the thought. The fearful reaction you have to the thought then sends a shock-wave through your nervous system. You feel the result of that fear most intensely in your stomach (due to the amount of nerve endings located there).

 

Because of the intense bodily reaction to the thought you then get sucked into examining the anxious thought over and over.

 

The continuous fearful reaction you have to the thought, increases the intensity of the experience. The more you react, the stronger the thought rebounds again in your awareness creating more anxious shock-waves throughout your body. This is the typical cycle of anxious thoughts.

 

For some it feels like the anxious thoughts are hijacking their peace of mind.

 

Because of the reaction you are having, you may continue to spend the rest of your day thinking about the anxious thoughts you experienced.

 

“Why am I thinking these thoughts?” “Why can’t I shake off this eerie feeling?”

 

The harder you try not to think about it, the more upset you become. It is like telling someone

 

‘Whatever happens do not think of a pink elephant’.

 

Naturally enough it’s all they can think about. That’s the way our brains our wired.

 

So how can you eliminate these unwanted anxious thoughts?

 

To begin with:

 

-when you start to experience anxious thoughts, it is very important not to force the thoughts away.

 

Let the thoughts in. The more comfortable you can become with them, the better. These thoughts will never go away fully but what you can learn is to change your reaction to them.

 

By changing your reaction to the anxious thoughts you become free of them.

 

Once you establish a new way of reacting to the thoughts it does not matter if you have them or not. Your reaction is what defines the whole experience (and that applies to almost everything).

 

Everybody experiences fleeting thoughts that many would consider scary or crazy.

 

The difference between most people and somebody who gets caught up in them, is that the average person sees them for exactly what they are, fleeting anxious thoughts, and casually ignores them.

 

The anxious person is at a disadvantage as they already have a certain level of anxiety in their system. The thoughts easily spark feelings of further anxiety which builds into a cycle of fear. You break the cycle by changing how you react to the fearful thought.

 

Here is an example of how to approach this:

 

You are enjoying the way your day is going but then all of sudden a fearful thought comes to mind.

 

Before you would react with anxiety to the idea and then try to force that thought out of your mind.

 

This time, however, say:

 

“That’s a fear of X. I could worry and even obsess over that but this time I’m going to do something different. I’m not going to react to it. I’m also not going to try and stop it either. I’m just going to label the thought and not react.”

 

Then the thought comes again with more intensity and possibly with new ‘scary’ angles you never considered. When this happens you do exactly the same. As if you were observing a cloud passing overhead, you simply

 

-Observe it,

-Label it (fear of whatever), then

-Watch it as it passes by with no judgment.

then

-Move your attention on to what you were doing.

 

Observe, Label, Watch, Move on

 

See the anxious thought for what it really is: -one of the thousands of fleeting sane and insane thoughts every one of us experiences daily.

 

If you are a more indoors type of person then instead of thinking of the thoughts like clouds passing in the sky, you might try imagining a large cinema screen and the anxious thoughts are projected out onto the screen in front of you. Play around with this approach. Find what works for you.

 

The key thing to remember is to:

 

Observe, Label, Watch, Move on

 

By practicing this approach, you gradually stop reacting with fear to the thought and you learn to treat it as nothing more than an odd peculiarity.

 

When you are at a stage where you are comfortable doing the above exercise and you feel you are making good progress, then try this additional step:

 

Actually invite one of your more regular fearful thoughts in.

 

Call the fear to you, say you just want it to come close so you can observe it.

 

It may seem like the last thing you would wish to bring upon yourself, as you don’t particularly enjoy these thoughts but this approach can be very empowering. You are now calling the shots. You actually invited the issue in.

 

By doing this you are discharging the dense vibration of fear surrounding the anxious thought. That fear was sustaining itself on your resistance, -the idea that you could not handle these thoughts.

 

The fear quickly evaporates when you turn around and say “yes of course I can handle these thoughts.”

 

Fear intensifies when we pull away from it. Anxious thoughts become a mental tug of war if we struggle with them.

 

It is the mental struggle of pulling against the anxious thoughts that creates the inner psychological tension.

 

The inner tension is fuelled by thoughts like:

 

“I can’t handle to think about this -please go away”

“I don’t like that thought- I want it to stop!”

 

Take a different stance. Invite anxious thoughts in. Willingly sit with them, label them and do your very best not to react.

 

Yes, it does take practice but very soon you find yourself in a unique position of control. You are no longer a victim of fearful thinking but a decision maker in what you will or will not be concerned about.

 

As with every technique there is always a level of practice involved in the beginning.

 

Initially you start observing but then suddenly get anxious about the fearful thought. That’s very normal in the beginning.

 

Keep at it. Practice and you will quickly see how less impacting those fearful thoughts become.

 

Do not let your mind trick you into believing that your anxiety is something you will always have to struggle with. That is simply not true.

 

Not alone is it possible to control the occurrence of anxious thoughts but I can teach you how to end panic attacks and general anxiety if that is your goal.

 

You can have the life of your dreams. Anxiety does not have the right to steal that hope from you.

 

I’m going to write some more posts about this topic. It will help reduce anxiety levels significantly.

 

Some of this information forms a small part of the Panic Away Program. My full program eliminates panic attacks and general anxiety very quickly and has proved highly successful with both long and short term sufferers of anxiety. The results speak for themselves.

 

To find out how to end unwanted anxious thoughts, watch this video – How to Stop Anxiety by Changing Negative Thoughts | Cognitive Restructuring | CALM Method | Logic

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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

 

 

…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:

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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:

 

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Talk soon

 

By Barry McDonagh, who is an international panic disorder coach. He created the Panic Away program to help people around the world deal with their anxiety and avoid panic attacks – a subject that he is personally attuned to because he himself found that he was prone to these issues since he was young. His hatred of his powerless lead him down the path of finding natural ways to treat himself without having to depend on expensive medications.

 

His informative site on all issues related to panic and anxiety attacks can be found here: Keep Panic Attacks Away – How to End Unwanted Anxious Thoughts in 4 Easy Steps