Help for Anxiety & Panic Attacks

Updated: Mar 4

It is totally normal for a healthy mind to attempt to predict the future in order to keep you and your loved ones safe. We typically draw from past experiences with the learnings we gave these experience, to risk assess the future.

However, what if your mind is viewing the future through a lens of trauma or negative learnings? What if your emotions are triggered by trauma? And this can include the trauma of a past panic attack with accompanying fear of having another.

When to get Professional help?

1. When it prevents you living with freedom to be yourself, doing normal things that others do, feeling comfortable, at ease, joyful and safe.

2. When you routinely limit and shrink your freedom to travel, to explore your potential, and achieve your health goals.

3. When you only feel fully safe at home.

4. When you struggle to completely relax.

5. When anxiety or panic feelings and mental noise disrupt your sleep.

Signs and Symptoms: Anxiety simplified is worry over an imagined threat that is still in your future. It hasn’t happened and it might never happen. Anxiety sufferers have vivid imaginations of worst case scenarios. Feeling a dread that can twist your stomach into knots days before. Other common signs and symptoms include:

  • Feeling restless, wound-up, or on-edge.

  • Being easily fatigued.

  • Having difficulty concentrating; mind going blank.

  • Restricted and shallow breathing.

  • Light headedness and feeling faint.

  • feeling sick.

  • Being irritable.

  • Having muscle tension.

  • Difficulty controlling feelings of worry.

  • Having sleep problems, such as difficulty falling or staying asleep, restlessness, or unsatisfying sleep.

To diagnose an anxiety disorder, a doctor performs a physical exam, asks about your symptoms, and recommends a blood test, which helps the doctor determine if another condition may be causing your symptoms.

What is the Treatment for Anxiety in the UK

Having ruled out a medical condition, there’s a lot you can do to relieve anxiety, from changing patterns of thinking and feeling that feed anxiety to coping techniques that get you through a difficult day. Using calming techniques such as yoga, massage and aromatherapy can all increase your overall wellbeing. Hypnosis, NLP and EFT can all help to change anxiety patterns. The doctor may prescribe medication and cognitive behavioural therapy.

The moment anxiety turns into panic attacks, you should not delay treatment because each panic attack becomes a cumulative trigger. You can totally be free from panic attacks and gain huge value from receiving an assessment from an experienced anxiety relief-therapist.

Suzi Tyler has 18 years experience with panic attack anxiety disorders, and has refined methods that can fast track your freedom. After a free initial consultation, she will be able to assess your personal requirement. Suzi mostly works via Zoom, but you can also see Suzi in person at her seaside practice in Kent (Birchington-on-Sea).

Get in touch with for your free assessment.

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