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Do you suffer from panic and anxiety attacks? If so, you are NOT alone. It is said that just over 35% of the population will suffer at some point in their life. I suffered for 10 long years until I finally found the answers I needed to be able to cure myself of anxiety. So, yes, anxiety is treatable and no matter how many false dawns you’ve had so far, you don’t have to “just live with it”. I am not going to ramble on about how easy it is and offer you the latest miracle cure; I will leave that to others.

What I do want to offer is some real help, support, and advice on how to overcome anxiety. This from someone who went through it and came out the other side; someone who went on to study the subject way beyond my own recovery so that I could go on to dedicate my life to helping others.

This site was set up to help others find the answers they have been looking for and is packed with free help and advice. It tells the story of my own story of recovery and covers in detail all the main symptoms of anxiety, including mental exhaustion, intrusive thoughts, Depersonalisation, and social anxiety.

I did not want this to be just another website on anxiety; I wanted it to be the last place anybody would need to visit in search of recovery from anxiety and panic. I also genuinely want to help others. There is no better feeling than changing someone’s life for the better. I also understand, through my own experience, what an awful, lonely place it can be.

Symptoms of Panic and Anxiety Attacks

  • Lack of emotion
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Headaches/tight band around your head
  • Lack of sleep and feeling constantly tired
  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Loss of interest in anything
  • Depression
  • Racing heart
  • Disturbing thoughts
  • Constant worrying/feelings of stress
  • Paranoia about what people think
  • Blurred vision
  • Feelings of panic
  • Pins and needles
  • Irritability
  • Constantly anxious
  • Feeling like you are going mad/not with it
  • Feelings of hopelessness

I recognize the above symptoms only too well, as this was a list I wrote down all those years ago describing how I felt. I have heard of many more over the years, but they all stem from the same root cause – Anxiety. Your symptoms may feel unique to you; I know I felt I was the only one to suffer in this way but, rest assured, there are many, many people around the world who suffer in the same way.

Let me introduce myself. My name is Paul David and I suffered from every aspect of the anxiety and panic disorder for 10 years until I reached the point where I thought I could never recover. I would panic whenever I went out and suffered chronic anxiety until I could no longer function properly. I was constantly depressed and had no interest in life.

I suffered from depersonalization, which brought on feelings of unreality to the point I truly thought I was going mad. Worrying and disturbing thoughts would race around all day, making me feel completely locked in my own mind. I just felt as if I was walking round in a dream while the world passed me by. I lost my job, many friends and, more importantly, it robbed me of my whole personality. What had happened to that once confident person who could enjoy life?


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