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Panic Disorders/Attacks/Driving through no man's land gives me panic attacks


I know a lot of people say being stuck in traffic is their trigger.Mine is being outside civilization.As soon as I can see buildings,I'm fine. Is there anything I can do to alay this fear?

This is a common fear that even people who are not so anxious have a certain fear of.
The best advice I can give you is to face your fear and when you have finished your journey tell yourself you got through it fine and give yourself a slap on the back.
Be positive and learn to look forward to the journey rather than fearing it.
Good luck

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Sean Meaney


Hints and guidance on how to get through and eventually stop panic attacks and anxiety.


I am not a Doctor nor in any way involved in the medical profession, but I have suffered Panic Attacks and learned a simple formula on how to get rid of them for good. I originally suffered when I was younger and when I had a relapse and had to go beck and relearn the techniques, I realised that I had developed my own formula.

My book is available on amazon sites as a paperback and as a kindle book, an audiobook and a MP3 download. It is aklso available on my own website as an Paperback an MP3 download and an e-book.

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