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Publisher's Summary

This 90 mins authoritative cassette explains what panic attacks are, why they happen and what every sufferer can do to empower themselves, regain control and make panic a thing of the past.

It contains:

  • What to do during an attack
  • • What’s happening during an attack
  • • Self-help to prevent attacks from developing
  • • Lifestyle, therapies and complementary therapies.
  • Panic Attacks Audio is consistently straightforward, informative and reassuring.

©2010 HarperCollins Publishers (P)2010 HarperCollins Publishers

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Exactly describes what i have been through

very short in a good way with very few detailed suggestions on how to overcome the panic attack.

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  • 07-14-14

Excellent and very helpful.

What made the experience of listening to Panic Attacks the most enjoyable?

I particularly liked the way it was read in such a calm and authorities way. Very soothing! The subject was covered very extensively and would most certainly give the listener hope that they could control future panic attacks.

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