This anxiety and panic attack meditation CD and MP3 download incorporates several highly effective approaches to treating anxiety and panic attacks naturally. It offers conscious breathing, mantra meditation and progressive body scanning for quick access to deep relaxation, plus highly effective guided imagery for panic attacks, along with affirmations, for targeting symptoms and alleviating distress. Continued use can even help forestall future episodes of panic.
Each track was written and narrated by guided imagery and holistic health expert Belleruth Naparstek and scored to the exquisite, calming music of Steven Mark Kohn, whose music is composed precisely to meet the challenges of extreme anxiety, phobia and panic attack.
When listened to repeatedly, either as separate segments or cumulatively as a whole set, these tracks will dramatically reduce anxiety, the frequency and intensity of panic attacks by teaching relaxation at will, reducing fear and isolation and instilling a sense of mastery and control in the listener.
After 2-3 weeks, most people experience a substantial reduction or even elimination of panic’s classic symptoms of rapid breathing, racing heart, chills, sweats, numbness, shaking, chest pain, terror and the signature, irrational but utterly convincing, sense of impending doom.
For some, this guided meditation for panic attacks has reduced the need for medication; and in some instances, it has even replaced it.
By reframing sensations of terror to sensations of elation and excitement (physiologically not so different), this powerful and empowering guided imagery for panic attacks delivers the tools for not just managing panic attacks but overcoming them.
Listen to a sample and see for yourself why health care and mental health professionals nationwide recommend this audio program as a safe, effective natural treatment for panic attacks, either in conjunction with other therapies or as a stand-alone intervention. This title is also known as Guided Meditations to Help with Anxiety and Panic. (66 minutes).