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Friday, 6 April 2012

Important Information for sufferers of Anxiety Disorders & Panic Attacks.

"Anxiety Disorder and Panic Attacks aren't mental or physical illnesses!
They are behavioral conditions, fueled solely by our own actions!

There is one mechanism in each and every one of us that causes, creates, stores and activates the response which causes anxiety, panic attacks and phobias.

The Amygdala is a small but powerful organ in the brain. It forms part of the Lymbic System, the 'nerve center' which controls emotions and anxiety levels, amongst other functions.

Scientific confirmation of the theory behind The Linden Method

The Amygdala is confirmed by the National Institute of Mental Health (the Institute responsible for the majority of the World's anxiety disorders research) as the cause of panic attacks and anxiety disorders. Read their press release

However, whilst the NIMH test a new machine which fires electro-magnetic radiation into people's brains, I have been using my Method for nearly a decade to achieve unbelievable results without machines or drugs and using the exact same principle! In fact, it works over 96.7% of the time!

The Amygdala is the body's 'Anxiety Switch'

Under normal circumstances, it remains in the 'off' position, only becoming activated when appropriate anxiety is required, in times of appropriate danger or threat for example.

Repeated activation of this 'switch', during times of stress, sadness, grief or anger for example, can cause it to become 'stuck' in the 'on' position. This allows acute anxiety disorders, panic attacks and phobias to develop."

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