and focus are the two key elements of Panic anxiety disorder treatment
Panic anxiety disorder treatment is all about learning a new
As discussed in my pages about modelling
we know that if we need to learn something new, then the quickest way
to aquire a high level of expertise, is by copying and learning a
successful method of doing something.
We also know that the more of our 5 senses we
involve in the process, the more effective and quickly we are able to
make the changes neccessary to ilicit the new behaviour.
Scientists are now doing a lot of very encouraging
work in the field of neuroplasticity
- the ability of the brain to change its neural make-up.
Their discoveries give further weight to the opinion
that "what you focus on, grows" and that we can re-shape our bodies and
minds by a conscious effort of will.
Changing your thoughts and physiology is really as
simple (or as difficult, depending on how you choose to view things) as
repeating, repeating, repeating
the actions and
thoughts you wish to embed in your conscious and unconscious mind.
Just as we train our muscles by repetition of
actions and by making consistent incremental changes, in order to
become happy or calm, we need to retrain the neurological pathways that
ilicit those feelings.
With repetition and FOCUS,
the neurological pathways of the things we are learning during our
Panic anxiety disorder treatment become "stronger" and more easily and
preferentially used by our brain.
Whether you choose to see a therapist, or purchase
a DVD or CD, the Panic anxiety disorder treatment process will involve:
- 1) Being introduced to more
empowering or beneficial patterns of thought and action
(I do not disregard the option to use medication - but I do strongly
suggest that using ONLY medication will provide a temporary "patch" and
not a cure).
- 2)Practising (by repeatedly
listening to, writing, reading, acting out, or saying or using a
combination of these mediums).
A depressed or anxious person needs to re-learn
how to feel calm and upbeat.
The preconditions for your Panic anxiety disorder
treatment to work, are that you need to
- a) Believe that it is possible for it to
- b) You need to be prepared to change
With enough research, your brain will have enough
"logical justification", so that when you find a product or therapy
method that appeals to you, you will then be able to start down your
path of change with enough BELIEF that it will work for you.
Once you believe strongly enough that something
will work for you, you have found your Panic-anxiety disorder
- All you then need to do, is
focus on it, and practise what you learn.
- Trust the science.
- Trust your
wonderful "malleable" neurological system.
- Work the
You will get better.
Panic anxiety disorder can quickly be a thing of