Panic Away Review
Panic Away Review
Panic Away provides a very simple technique that shows you how to stop a panic attack instantly. It is called the One Move™ technique. The concept behind this method seems to be that it distracts you from the fear of having an panic attack.
My first impression of the One Move™ was that it sounded similar to the Pavlovian dog experiments. In case you aren’t familiar with them, they were based on studies conducted on dogs to retrain their responses. By applying discomfort (mild electric shock) if the dog made the wrong choice, researchers were able to get the animal to make the right choice.
Now, Panic Away‘s methods don’t use discomfort or pain, but the concept seems to be based on doing something that causes you to change direction, mentally.
I remember once the suggestion that if you have a headache, bang your toe to take your mind off your headache and it would be cured. I suppose a sore toe certainly would take your attention off your aching head.
With Panic Away, when the fear begins, you make specific painless mental shifts that force your mind to change direction, similar to my example. After persistent use of this technique, your panic is supposed to be cured.
To be perfectly honest, I cannot claim to have used Panic Away or experienced its effectiveness because by the time I discovered Panic Away, I had already recovered from my disorder. When I first read about his technique I began to doubt it’s effectiveness. That is, until I reviewed my own recovery process.
What I can tell you now is that when I was going through the recovery stage, I did implement similar techniques to stop my panic. It wasn’t the One Move™ exactly, but I do understand the concepts that enable both my own methods and the One Move™ to work.
For this reason, I can honestly say that Panic Away tells you exactly how to stop a panic attack.
Of course, everyone is different so the results can vary. Apart from the technique that the author, Joe Barry, has developed, Panic Away also covers other important factors including nutritional information that will help to combat stress, a very real component of anxiety.
Joe also reviews the value of medications and whether or not you need to add them to your treatment program. Although there is evidence that medications are not a cure, they can be very helpful for people who need some relief from their symptoms in order for any treatment to be successful.
Lastly, he includes a mini health lesson on how the human body works and how it can sometimes go astray.
These details are enlightening.
They help you to understand how you got where you are today, what anxiety is all about, and what’s needed to break away from the fear/panic cycle.
All this information seems to back up the claim made by Joe Barry that your condition can be cured using his technique. The key is to follow the instructions and apply the technique exactly as explained.
Panic Away teaches you how to stop a panic attack quickly. The steps he teaches also provide a way for you to build a defense against future attacks.
Joe Barry is a survivor
I like that Joe puts his own story out there. As a survivor myself, I can see that he truly has experienced this troubling disorder.
He shares with you the years of anxiety and panic attacks that he endured. Tired of all the treatments that didn’t work, he created his own successful cure.
If you’ve experienced panic, you’ll understand as I did what Joe Barry means when he talks about a sensation of being disconnected from the real world. Or you might be familiar with the all-consuming fear that sweeps over you at the height of an attack.
You’ve also experienced the fear of a recurring panic attack and worried that you might not survive another one.
Believe me, I know what that feels like. At this point, it’s hard to accept that you will not be injured, physically or mentally, by an anxiety attack, but Joe helps you to understand in Panic Away. Being constantly afraid, sensing a heart attack, disconnectedness and loss of control are some of the common symptoms he talks about in the book.
Joe takes you through the realm of anxiety from its physical manifestations to the mental ones.
In simple language, he explains the physical effects: trembling, dilated pupils, respiratory changes and racing heart, and then provides answers.
Going through the mental symptoms, he talks about the moment that panic strikes, along with a fear that is so overwhelming that some people become frozen, unable to step outside and get on with their daily routine. The dread that something terrible is going to happen is a common concern.
Many aspects of anxiety are based on the ‘fight or flight’ response that humans and animals experience when they are faced with danger or, more commonly today, perceived danger. In the anxious mind, fear has control, and this is explained quite well in Panic Away.
By explaining the concept of anxiety and the pursuant panic, Joe helps you to understand how to react to it in the future. He shows you how you’ve trained yourself to react in the past, and how this can be reversed quickly.
Step by step, he leads you through the stages of panic and how his One Move™ technique stops it in its tracks. This prevents the attack from worsening so you don’t have to endure the fear that follows those first symptoms of an impending attack.
After teaching you his One Move™ and explaining how it works, he discusses Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Building a strong defence is imperative to ward off any lingering fears, he says. He shows you how to do that in a simple, straightforward manner.
Joe offers other ways to stop anxiety and strengthen your body against further panic attacks forever.
What I liked about Panic Away is that you can tell it’s written by someone who has experienced the same fears and anxiety responses that you have. It was easy for me to identify with what he was saying… unlike some other products I’ve seen where it’s soon evident the author just hasn’t been there and really doesn’t relate to the issues we sufferers face.
Joe encourages you, letting you know you can be cured, your confidence can be restored, and your life can return to normal. His approach will help tremendously because it gets you into the mindset that recovery is actually possible. I really liked that positive support.
If you want to know to stop a panic attack and stop anxiety fast, I highly recommend Panic Away.