Panic Attacks: What They Are - Why They Happen - What You Can Do about Them

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Thorsons, 2000 - Self-Help - 198 pages
4 Reviews

Formerly part of the Thorsons Health series, this title has become the bible for panic attack sufferers. We re taking it out of the series and giving it an even stronger look.

Panic Attacks became my bible. It explained how to face up to attacks and deal with them I carried it around in my bag, left a copy in my desk draw at work, and dipped into a chapter before I went to sleep. Miraculously, it seemed to do the trick. SUNDAY TIMES, STYLE SECTION.

Our authoritative guide 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.

Containing a helpfully broad range of topics including:

What to do during an attack What s happening during an attack Self-help to prevent attacks from developing Information for friends & relatives about panic attacks Lifestyle, therapies and complementary therapies. Useful Summary box at the end of each chapter.

Panic attacks is consistently straightforward, informative and reassuring.

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From the perspective of someone dealing with a panic attack or three at the moment, I have to say - succinctly - that this book provides some interesting thoughts but didn't really win me over. I felt ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Christine Ingham was born in Bury, Lancashire. She has lived in London for 20 years and is a full time, professional writer.

"Essential reading for all sufferers" Here's Health.

"A much needed book that will help many sufferers" Dr Caroline Shreeve.

"Panic Attacks became my bible" The Sunday Times.

"If you feel a sense of rising panic, just follow Christine Ingham's advice." Simon Mills

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