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Using The Linden Method Formula To End Panic Attacks

A large majority of people suffering from occasional panic attacks or generalized panic or anxiety disorder, would never dream of seeking professional help. Many of them either do not understand what is happening to them and might even be afraid that they are suffering from a serious mental condition or they feel that their case is so unique and hopeless that nobody would be able to help them.


During this time, usually after an anxiety attack episode, I would read as much as I could on cognitive behavioral therapy and similar techniques. One night while reading book reviews on amazon, I came across a book by a fellow Charles Linden. He had created a small book called the Linden Method -The Anxiety And Panic Attack Solution. Like many of the other resources I was studying, I had just stumbled upon this book and gave it a go.

The philosophy of the book is actually rather simple, it focused on just a few techniques that can be immediately applied. Things such as helping you become relaxed with your conditioning, removing the haunting symptoms of panic attacks that can trouble you daily, erasing repetitive and unwanted thoughts that can cause panic attacks and dealing with the core issues that cause anxiety.

The Linden Method is a widely recognized eliminating program for anxiety conditions. It has been proven through research and studies based on psychological studies in the past. This is an effective Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for the disorder. More than 100,000 people afflicted were treated over a decade of testing. This method started in 1996 by Charles Linden, an ex-sufferer of the same condition.Based on the Linden Method reviews seen in the internet, many favorable and commending results are seen by people who use it. They said that by far it is the most complete self-help program designed for the sufferers. This is recognized and recommended the National Institute for Mental Health (NIMH). The steps provided are easy to follow and do not require any medications.

What the Linden Method promises to do, is to “reprogram” the amygdala, bring it back to its normal state of operation, the one prevailing before you experienced the event that triggered off your very first panic attack. By reversing the way anxiety disorder has affected the amygdala, you can permanently eliminate both your panic attacks and general anxiety.

The Linden Method does not deliver as immediate results as Panic Away, although it does include an audio CD titled “The Panic Attack Eliminator” which is very similar to the “One-Move Technique” in coping with panic attacks. On the other hand, the Linden Method is probably broader in scope than Panic Away, since it addresses generalized anxiety disorderand other anxiety problems such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and phobias, and is not just limited to coping with panic attacks and panic disorder.

However, little disapproval is received by the Linden Method. Some people claim that the program is a scam. Also, they believed tat it does not actually work because it does not provide medications even herbal ones. They find the set too expensive for an online course. Some also think that this course does not give any results at all because they don’t see how this works without the guidance of medical experts constantly checking on the people.

The treatment package can be bought with a lot of other bonus materials like support from specialists, Linden Method audio and video, two books about agoraphobia and stress, recovery video and unlimited counseling sessions. Included in these are information provided for better understanding of the condition: the techniques to stay and fall asleep, overcoming agoraphobia, the truth about anxiety medications, diet planning, connection between sugar level and anxiety and ways of eliminating panic attacks.

Using The Linden Method Formula To End Panic Attacks

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