Hello everyone! My name is Tim and suffered severly with panic in my early 20s. I ate ativan like candy when I wasnt drunk. But I beat the beast with a type of meditation that I did in the mornings before I got out of bed, breathing/ relaxation/visualizations and the identification of negative thoughts and so on. I swear by these techniques, like I said I was severe, house bound. Now I am turning 40 and I am a boss in the oil industry able to hold and talk at big meetings, I play in a rock band and I am on a stage 2 times a month,Although I did become an alcoholic later on because I became too social! If any one wants more details on what I did to beat this, let me know. I will try and help anyone I can. I realize that this thing is complex and different for everyone but maybe this could help some of you.
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