Panic Away Program Can Help People Face Holiday Stress with More Cheer, Less Anxiety

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Half of people surveyed feel “very stressed and anxious” around holidays, according to Anxiety Disorders Association of America poll.

While the holidays can be a time of good cheer, they can also be a great stressor for people concerned about crowds, talking to strangers, traveling or family issues.

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While the holidays are typically associated with parties, cheer and celebration, they can also be the source of anxiety, stress and panic attacks for many people. According to a recent Anxiety Disorders Association of America poll, half of people reported feeling “very stressed and anxious” around the holidays while 40 percent said they’re a little more anxious than usual. Panic Away, a program designed to markedly reduce panic attacks and anxiety, can make the holiday season that much happier for people who struggle with anxiety issues.

Panic Away is a three-stage program designed to offer quick relief from panic attacks and general anxiety, whether during or after the holiday season. Stage one focuses on a special technique to stop panic attacks; stage two includes a variety of exercises focused on calming the body and mind, including breathing, diet, exercise, thought field therapy and distraction; and stage three focuses on long-term recovery.

Blogger Jill Green, in her Panic Away review, has written about her personal battles with anxiety for the past two years, and has reported great success with the Panic Away program on her blog: “One day at a time, it is working, and I am well on my way. I found the Panic Away program to be very easy to follow, and chock full of examples and really helpful ideas,” she said. “I also really like the Members Forum. This is a very supportive and active community of people who are using this method and will help you every step along the way. I am very grateful I found this program.”

The Panic Away program referenced on Green’s blog is available through her site at http://panicfreeme.com/ as well as online at http://www.panic-away.com/index.html.

While the holidays can be a time of good cheer, they can also be a great stressor for people concerned about crowds, talking to strangers, traveling or family issues. Addressing panic attacks and anxiety during the holidays can alleviate the stresses of the season while increasing overall enjoyment. Panic Away is one option for those dealing with seasonal or year-round panic and anxiety issues.

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