Best Treatments for anxiety disorders and panic attacks

Quick help for anxiety disorders and panic attacks

Anyone who has suffered from an anxiety disorder for a long time can hardly imagine that there should be a therapy that reduces anxiety by up to 90% within a few weeks. But exactly such a therapy is now available.

This new therapy method is so successful because, thanks to the latest findings in brain research, it specifically uses the neuroplasticity of the human brain to eliminate anxiety disorders on a neuronal level. 

If you want, you can find out right here how it works. Because the first 3 episodes of our proven online video course “The Anxiety Cure” are now available for free.

Medication, certain breathing techniques, progressive muscle relaxation, or simply distraction can at best slightly extend the time between individual anxiety attacks. And that’s exactly why you won’t find any of that in our video course.

Instead, how about getting to the bottom of your anxiety disorder triggers? How about not only learning to somehow live with your anxiety, but getting rid of it completely?

That’s exactly what thousands of former anxiety sufferers have already managed to do. And you too are closer to this goal than you might think. All you may do for this is to let the neuroplasticity of your brain work not against but for your health.

Anxiety disorders for which this method works well

There is a specific way in which anxiety disorders become deeply embedded in the neural structures of the brain. Whether you suffer from panic attacks, emetophobia, social anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, hypochondria, or generalized anxiety disorder, the neurobiological pattern of all these fears is remarkably similar.

Even post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) follows this pattern and is thus also readily treatable with this new form of anxiety therapy.

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What makes “The Anxiety Cure” different from other therapies?

Every person is different. This makes it even more important not to stubbornly commit to a particular school of therapy, but to individually use the therapy tools that best suit your personality type.

In our online video course, you can therefore use simple tests to find out which anxiety type you are. For example, it plays a big role whether you are more auditory or visual. The more precisely you know which anxiety patterns are decisive for you, the easier it is to stop emerging anxiety quickly and safely.

Whether and which medications you take also has a significant influence on whether certain therapy methods work for you or not. In addition, there are physical causes of anxiety disorders that are often overlooked during medical examinations. For example, if you suffer from Roemheld syndrome or need to take thyroid medication regularly, conventional anxiety therapies sometimes do more harm than good.

Probably the biggest difference between conventional therapies and the method that awaits you in this online video course, however, is another:

Most therapies address only 2 of the 5 senses: Sight and Hearing. “The Anxiety Cure” specifically incorporates touch, smell and taste into the therapy as well. This activates certain areas in the brain that help eliminate anxiety disorders on a neurobiological level.

Anxiety and panic attacks causes and treatment

Panic attacks: the most important facts

Almost everyone has one panic attack or another in the course of their lives. Possible causes are many, though a few are particularly common.

A panic attack is:

  • a normal reaction to shocking news or traumatic experiences
  • an allergic reaction to a medication (e.g. antibiotics)
  • a vitamin B12 deficiency, which is often caused by the diet
  • a short-term hyperthyroidism
  • a physical and psychological reaction to psychoactive substances
  • often nothing more than a labor of love by the psyche. What it is all about, you will learn further down in the text or in the videos at the beginning of this website.

All these triggers (except the last one) can lead to isolated panic attacks, but not to panic disorder with recurrent panic attacks. Other reasons are responsible for this, but they are often not sufficiently considered in therapy.

Panic attacks: the most overlook causes

One of the most underestimated triggers for panic disorder is frequent negative rumination. If you’ve had an isolated panic attack and then spend days thinking about whether you might be seriously ill, you’re networking your brain in a way that can cause panic attacks to recur. You can learn how to quickly reverse this automatic fear response of the brain in the 3 videos found further up this page.

But there is another reason that is often overlooked. Even if it’s hard to believe, panic disorders are often nothing more than a labor of love by the subconscious mind.

There are people who spend years fighting what their gut tells them. Some hold on to relationships that don’t give them strength, but only cost them energy. Others persist in professional situations in which they have not felt comfortable for a long time. For a while it may work to act against one’s own wise gut feeling, but at some point, the subconscious pulls the emergency brake. With the help of panic attacks, it forces those affected to finally take a critical look at certain situations and no longer postpone overdue changes.

The best treatments for panic attacks

Usually, panic disorder is treated with a combination of medication and psychotherapy. However, this particularly common type of treatment is not always the best. This is especially true if only the symptoms are treated and not the true causes, which we have already discussed above.

Those who do not identify and eliminate the real causes of their panic disorder, but only suppress the anxiety symptoms with antidepressants and tranquilizers (benzodiazepines), continue to force their bodies and subconscious minds to make themselves heard through panic attacks.

For the same reason, exposure therapy cannot provide lasting freedom from anxiety, because here, too, the true causes of anxiety and panic are not addressed, but only learned to no longer perceive the anxiety as so threatening.

If you want to permanently overcome anxiety and panic, you should embark on a journey to uncover the real reasons for your anxiety disorder. Our online video course, The Anxiety Cure, is the ideal companion for this journey. Without medication, exposure therapy or painful rehashing of traumatic experiences, it will help you uncover all the causes of a panic disorder and then overcome them step by step. Don’t wait any longer, a better life is just a few clicks away from you.

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Emetophobia: the most important facts

Many people are afraid of vomiting. However, if this fear becomes so great that it determines the everyday life of the affected person, then we speak of emetophobia, an anxiety disorder that should be treated.

Emetophobia is the extreme fear of:

  • throwing up
  • feeling nausea
  • watching others vomit
  • hearing another person vomit
  • contracting a gastrointestinal virus

Best treatment for emetophobia

Until a few years ago, the treatment of emetophobia was considered complicated and the chances of recovery were rather low. Many adults with emetophobia report that they have suffered from this fear since childhood. However, since the understanding of how certain fears are anchored neuronally in the brain has improved, there are new and promising approaches in the fight against emetophobia.

Probably the most successful method currently available for significantly reducing the fear of vomiting comes from the Institute for Modern Psychotherapy in Berlin, Germany.  The self-therapy developed there specifically uses the neuroplasticity of the human brain to literally erase the fear of vomiting neuronally.

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Social anxiety – the most important facts

Social anxiety disorder is probably the most underrated anxiety disorder in the world. According to the National Institute of Mental Health about 12,1% of adults in the U.S. suffer from social anxiety disorder at some point in their lives.

People who suffer from social phobia are not simply shy. Rather, they develop extreme anxiety symptoms as soon as they even begin to feel that they are the center of attention. But fortunately, there is a method that can quickly mitigate social phobia significantly.

Social anxiety disorder is the extreme fear of:

  • embarrassing oneself
  • attracting too much attention to oneself
  • unexpectedly meet acquaintances on the street
  • being constantly observed and evaluated by others

Best treatment for social anxiety disorder

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) all have different techniques for overcoming an anxiety disorder. But fortunately, you don’t have to go through the trouble of picking and choosing from each of these therapies the elements that will best help you with your social phobia.

We have already summarized the most effective elements for you in our video course “The Anxiety Cure”. Additional tools based on the latest findings of brain research also ensure that the first successes often occur after just a few days.

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Hypochondria: the most important facts

According to statistics, hypochondria affects up to 10% of the U.S. population, with a balanced proportion of men and women.

People who suffer from hypochondria are not simply anxious or even snivelling, but they actually experience both physical and psychological symptoms of illness. Just because these are psychosomatically triggered does not mean that hypochondriacs are just faking or imagining things.

Hypochondria is the extreme fear of:

  • being seriously ill
  • a serious illness that was overlooked during a doctor’s visit
  • normal bodily reactions, which are overinterpreted and perceived as a hint of a possible disease.

Best treatment for hypochondria

It is hard for hypochondriacs not to worry about their health all the time. Even if they have been suffering from hypochondria for years and still have not developed any serious disease.

Therefore, it is especially important to change the focus of the affected person. Once the attention is less on all the illnesses one might suffer from and more on all the positive experiences that life also still has in store for one, it is only a matter of time before the hypochondria has been completely overcome.

In both cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT), this change of focus is actively trained. The so-called Bernhardt Method, which was developed at the Institute for Modern Psychotherapy, also pursues this goal, but with a difference. Here, in addition, the latest findings of brain research are used to achieve the desired goal, namely a life without hypochondria, particularly quickly.

If you want to learn more about this new anxiety therapy, you will find all the necessary information in the first 3 episodes of our online video course “The Anxiety Cure” at the top of this website.

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Generalized anxiety disorder: the most important facts

Generalized anxiety disorder is diagnosed when sufferers are under constant tension for more than six months and at least four of the following symptoms occur frequently:

  • Constant fear that something terrible might happen
  • Not being able to stop or control brooding
  • Being so restless that it is hard to sit still
  • Dry mouth and difficulty swallowing
  • Derealization or depersonalization
  • Trembling or tingling sensations
  • Feeling nervous or on edge
  • Problems concentrating
  • Difficulty falling asleep
  • Fear of losing control
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chills or hot flashes
  • Fear of dying
  • Palpitations
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea

In addition, other physical triggers, such as hyperthyroidism, must of course be ruled out.

Best treatment for generalized anxiety disorder

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is considered an effective treatment for GAD. However, since people sometimes have to wait a very long time for a place in therapy, it is not uncommon for antidepressants or benzodiazepines to be prescribed in advance. For some, these drugs help to make the waiting time until the start of therapy a little more bearable. But it is not uncommon for unpleasant side effects to cause the medication to be discontinued at an early stage. 

If you don’t want to wait any longer for a place in therapy and also prefer to do something about your generalized anxiety disorder without psychotropic drugs, you should take a look at our online video course. Hereby, those affected can learn how to stimulate the neuroplasticity of their brain in such a way that fearful thoughts are literally deprived of their neuronal basis, even without therapeutic care.

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Agoraphobia: the most important facts

The word agoraphobia is composed of the two ancient Greek words “agora” and “phóbos”. The first means “marketplace” and the second “fear”. So, agoraphobia literally means the fear of crowded places. But this describes only part of the situations that agoraphobics fear.

Agoraphobia is the fear of:

  • crossing large public places
  • using public transportation
  • being in the company of many people
  • driving in heavy traffic or on long, wide roads
  • waiting in long lines, e.g. at the supermarket checkout counter

Best treatment for agoraphobia

A combination of psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy is the most used treatment for agoraphobia. Especially if agoraphobia is diagnosed early, good healing successes are possible with it.

However, this is not the only way to get rid of agoraphobia. Those who have been suffering from this anxiety disorder for a long time, do not want to take medication or are afraid of exposure therapy can also overcome their fears in a gentler and usually even faster way.

We are talking about a new form of therapy that specifically uses the neuroplasticity of the human brain to literally unlearn agoraphobia. Neuroplasticity is the ability of the human brain to rewire itself into old age.

How exactly this therapy works and why it is sometimes clearly superior to conventional, psychotherapeutic methods, you will learn in the videos, which you can watch for free further up on this page.

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What PTSD means and what treatment helps best

According to a study published in 2013 in the Journal of Traumatic Stress, about 90% of all Americans have an experience in their lifetime that is so bad it could develop into post-traumatic stress disorder. In fact, however, this only happens to about 8% of all sufferers, while 82% manage to continue living a life without PTSD.

This inevitably leads to the question of what the actual cause of the PTSD was. Was it the traumatic experience itself (e.g., the death of a loved one in an accident or an act of violence) or the way the affected person subsequently processed the experience?

Perhaps the question should be posed differently. What happened differently in the 82% of those affected that they did not develop PTSD, even though they also had to live through an extremely dramatic situation?

Many brain researchers are now certain that the most important findings that lead to overcoming PTSD are to be found in the 82% and not in the 8% that research has focused on for years. This is because there appears to be a particular form of mental processing that not only reliably protects against the development of post-traumatic stress disorder but can also be used to eliminate pre-existing PTSD.

It is precisely this form of mental processing that is the subject of “The Anxiety Cure,” the online video course you will find at the top of this web page.

Of course, you can continue to search the Internet to find yet another method to help you overcome your PTSD. Or you can give a chance to a method that has already helped hundreds of sufferers quickly and sustainably. There’s no risk, because the first 3 episodes of “The Anxiety Cure” are free.

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