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Imagine what it would be like to:


No Longer feel paralysed by fear and panic.
• Feel confident and stay calm even in stressful situations.
• Know that you look composed and confident.
You can Learn to soothe your nervous system and reverse the adrenalin rush.

Overcome anxiety the safe and natural way! With Hypnosis!

Panic attacks are fuelled by fear and anticipation:
When a person first has a panic attack the symptoms can seem very like a heart attack. Symptoms include such things as shortness of breath, tight chest, rapid heartbeats, sweating, dizziness, disorientation, shaking and trembling.

It is the fear of having a panic attack in advance that keeps causing them. If you suffer from panic attacks then you will know this only too well. Think of a future situation where typically you would have suffered from a panic attack and notice what begins to happen in your mind.

Why do this to yourself? Anxiety is just not worth it! All anxiety stems from the same place: a fear of what the future holds, and an underestimation of your ability to cope with it.

Dr. Jan's "Stop Panic Attacks With Hypnosis" recording will train your mind to do something else rather than anticipate the fear.

All you do is listen and absorb the subconscious suggestions from the recording, and the problem will begin to dissolve.

Be Persistent - keep listening and you will feel better!

So, if you're serious about wanting to stop having anxiety and panic attacks then get a copy of "Stop Panic Attacks With Hypnosis" right now!

This is one of a series of hypnosis audios presented by Dr. Janet Hall called: "How To Get Sensational Results With Dr. Janet Hall's Hypnosis".

Dr. Janet Hall is a Clinical Psychologist, hypnotherapist, author, speaker and media consultant. Dr. Jan authored eight books on family and relationships and recorded over 50 audios, many of them including hypnotic material. She founded Richmond Hill Psychology in Melbourne, Australia.
Published: Dr. Janet Hall Audio on
ISBN: 9781467688406
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