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Have you just developed panic attacks and/or anxiety. There are strategies to help prevent an anxiety disorder. more

Anxiety Disorders
There are five major anxiety disorders. Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Obsessive Compulsive General Anxiety more

Panic Attacks
There are three different types of panic attacks. Spontaneous Specific and Situational. Symptoms can include racing heart, chest pain breathing difficulties, chest pain, nausea, dizziness,headache. more

Panic Disorder
Panic Disorder is the fear of having a spontaneous panic attack or panic like symptoms more

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Social Anxiety
People who experience Social Anxiety fear they may embarrass or make a fool of themselves.

Post Traumatic Stress
PTSD can be experienced following exposure to a traumatic event more

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
OCD may include obsessive unwanted thoughts or compulsive behaviours or rituals. more

Generalised Anxiety
This disorder is diagnosed when there is persistence and excessive anxiety or worry for six months more

The basis of the self help techniques we teach is Mindfulness Meditation. more

Mindfulness cognitive technique
Meditation lays the foundation for this technique. more

Bronwyn provides telephone counselling in Australia and internationally. more

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Anxiety Panic Hub - Welcome to our Website

The focus of our website is Recovery. We have been teaching people how to recover from their panic attacks and anxiety, for over twenty years.

Whether it be panic attacks and/or anxiety or an anxiety disorder such as Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or Generalised Anxiety Disorder, the various fears and symptoms keep people trapped no matter no matter how hard they try to break free.

Our approach to recovery from panic attacks, anxiety or an anxiety disorder is meditation and a mindfulness cognitive technique.

Meditation is the oldest cognitive technique in the world. It teaches us to go beyond our chattering, anxious thoughts and can lead us to a place of mental quiet and peacefulness.

It lays the foundation for the development mindfulness as a cognitive based technique that can be used throughout the day. This enables people to learn to see how much of their fear and anxiety is being created. Which in turn teaches people to go beyond their fears, and into recovery.

Recovery is a step by step process. If we have been diagnosed as having a panic anxiety related disorder the first step is to fully understand the disorder and to accept the diagnosis.






Anxiety Disorders