Panic attacks are not dangerous and shouldn’t cause any physical harm but the symptoms can be frightening. They can start suddenly and often for no apparent reason.

They can last anything from 5 to 20 minutes. You may experience an overwhelming sense of fear or a sense of unreality. The physical symptoms include heart palpitations, sweating, trembling, shortness of breath, chest pain, and nausea.

During a panic attack it can be helpful to slow your breathing. It is also useful to avoid caffeine, smoking and alcohol, and to eat regular meals to avoid your blood sugar levels dropping.

For many people, one of the worst effects of panic attacks is the fear of having another one, and of suffering an attack in a public place

For long-term relief, an exploration of the physiological principles behind our experience can offer huge improvements and freedom from the fear of repeat attacks.

If you are suffering with panic attacks please do get in touch. There is a way to find relief, and experience more ease in your life.

Please contact me whenever you are ready.