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Suffering Anxiety Attack Symptoms? Trivedi Effect®- a Ray of Hope!

Being anxious about something or reacting with anxiety to a stressful situation is quite normal and everyone would agree that he/she has experienced anxiety quite a number of times in their life, may be before going for that interview or appearing for that competitive exam or while waiting outside the operation theater where some close one is undergoing an operation for being in a critical condition. However, if these attacks become frequent, unexpected and recurring, it could be dangerous and affect our overall well-being, thus disrupting smooth flow of our lives.

Dealing with Panic Attacks

What is an Anxiety Attack?

A sudden attack of fear and feelings of anticipated disaster is what is known as anxiety attack, also known as panic attack. A person suffering an anxiety attack disorder suffers an unexpected attack, which is followed by more such attacks. A fear for such attacks brings more of the attacks, causing fear and panic in the person.

Anxiety Attack Symptoms

Anxiety Attack Symptoms

  • Pounding and racing heart

  • Nausea

  • Sweating

  • Chest pain

  • Numbness in limbs

  • Negative, irrational thoughts

  • Stomach upset

  • Tremors

  • Feeling that something terrible is going to happen

  • A strong feeling of fear and insecurity

  • Turning pale

  • Confusion

  • Dizziness

  • Emotional distress

  • Fear of losing control

  • Panicky feeling

  • Shortness of breath

If you experience any of these anxiety attack symptoms while you feel stressed and experience episodes of intense anxiety, you need help and should get treated for the condition before it gets worse.

More About Anxiety Attacks

  • The attack may be last for a few moments to a period of 30 or more minutes.

  • Around 19 percent of North Americans adults, between 18 to 54 years of age, suffer from anxiety, of which around 3 percent showed anxiety attacks symptoms.

  • People between 17-25 years of age are more likely to suffer anxiety attacks.

  • Women are more likely to suffer from energy attacks, as compared to men.

Treating Anxiety Attack Symptoms

Most of us know about the two models of treatment : the allopathy model and the complementary or the alternative model of treatment.

The problem with the former is that it treats only the symptoms and can provide temporary relief by desensitizing brain sensors rather than trying to solve the root cause. Over a long period, these medicines affect our cells and organs.

The other model of treatment is very helpful in providing relief in psychological problems and the treatment through this model includes healing, counselling, chinese herbs, acupuncture, acupressure, Indian Ayurveda, homeopathy, yoga, meditation, reiki, tai-chi, qi-gong, etc. These forms of treatment have a positive impact, but work very slowly.

As these models have not been able to provide immediate and long lasting relief, along with treating the main issue, a need to find an absolute solution becomes important.

A natural phenomenon, called The Trivedi Effect®, has come as a ray of hope for such issues. Energy transmissions by Mr Mahendra Kumar Trivedi, Dahryn Trivedi and Gopal Nayak from India has transformed the lives of many by successfully relieving people of serious psychological disorders. Experiencing great relief, people gave their testimonies that they found peace and calmness from inner turmoil by connecting to the inner guidance system.

controlling anxiety attacks

To understand more about the Trivedi Effect and read the testimonials from people and find out how to receive energy transmissions has helped them, please visit our websites trivedieffect.com and www.triveditestimonials.com

References:
1. http://www.anxietycentre.com/anxiety-attacks.shtml

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