Panic Attack

Panic Attack Treatment

Panic attack treatment comes in various forms and anything from prescription drugs to the ultra modern therapies being popularised in the press and television nowadays. However the degree of success of the various panic attack treatment methods is really dependant on whether the treatment is targeting the symptoms or the cause.

So many of today’s approaches to illness treatment, including the treatment of panic attacks and agoraphobia, target the symptoms rather than getting to the heart of the issue. The logical approach of correcting the underlying causes of an illness seems an obvious choice and is extremely effective when conducting panic attack treatment, but when it comes to treating panic attack and agoraphobia it’s a method rarely adopted by the medical profession in general. The sceptics amongst us might blame the drug companies for this, but the truth is even less palatable, up until recently, there was nothing better available than prescribed medication.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) has a far higher success rate than medication, but its not suitable for everyone, the old adage “horses for courses” being very true when we are talking about traditional therapy methods. Modern methods of panic attack treatment however have a far higher success rate that either CBT or Medication and slowly but surely, the medical profession is starting to accept that modern therapies also have their place in mental health.

The Complementary Therapy specialists BeOnForm are at the forefront of using Thought Field Therapy (TFT) coupled with Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) as a panic attack treatment. Their Head Therapist Lloyd Watkins, who specialises in Panic Attack treatment, uses this blend of therapies extremely successfully and has worked with panic attack sufferers and agoraphobics all over Europe and even as far away as the USA and Australia. When asked about the success rates of modern therapy types in panic attack treatment, Lloyd said “It’s wonderful that there is now renewed hope for panic attack sufferers. For years, treatment success rates have been 30 or 40 % at best, now with modern methods, I’m seeing 93% to 95% success rates across the board…..and the 5% to 7% that I cannot initially help, always prove to be extremely sensitive to the influences of energy toxins. Providing these toxins can be identified and then avoided for three months or so, some of this minority can also then be helped.”

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