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Treatment For Anxiety And Panic Attacks, Read This Book

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Treatment For Anxiety And Panic Attacks, Read This Book

In this self help book review for anxiety and panic, I reveal the book that includes a number of practical steps that help greatly with anxiety and panic. The name of the Excellent Book is “Anxiety And Panic: How To Reshape Your Anxious Mind And Brain” by Dr Harry Barry. This is a great book in my opinion to learn about treatment for anxiety and panic attacks.

Setting the scene for Anxiety and Panic

As I experience stress, anxiety and panic attacks from time to time, I was very interested in this book. The book contains practical self help information which I found interesting, practical and useful.

One of the problems with anxiety and panic is that there is a lot of conflicting information out there and a lot of conflicting approaches on how to deal with it.

I was looking to learn more about the different forms of anxiety and panic in layman terms. I came across the book “Anxiety and Panic: How to reshape your anxious mind and brain” by Dr Harry Barry.

I was looking for an overall understanding of the different forms of anxiety. With this book, I learned more about panic attacks, general anxiety disorder, social anxiety, phobias (like fear of driving), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and obsessive-compulsive Disorder.

For me, reading a self-help book to learn more about available treatment for anxiety and panic attacks makes a lot of sense. For me, the self-help approaches recommended in the book helped.

The book itself is divided into 3 main parts.

Part 1 discusses what anxiety is and discusses a few great ways to help manage anxiety. By the way, if anxiety is managed well enough, the theory is that the panic attacks go away.

Then part 2 discusses a few different forms of anxiety along with practical case studies on how to manage them.

Part 3, the final part, discusses what is most likely happening in the human brain and mind. The human brain and mind comprises different components, each with main functions that may or may interlink with other components.

This is followed by a very brief concise summary that sums up the book very quickly. However if you read the very brief concise summary first, chances are you may not really understand it. It is however a great refresher should you need to look at the book again after reading it in some detail.

Part 1 of Anxiety and Panic discusses what anxiety is

cbt is a partial treatment for anxiety and panic attacks

Part 1 of the book discusses what anxiety is and discusses two great ways to help manage anxiety. One of these is called Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) which in a nutshell discusses re-framing what happens in the human mind in a more positive and helpful manner.

Of course, many books and literature out there explain what CBT is. The advantage of this book in my opinion is that this book explains this very well and very concisely.

The second great way to help manage anxiety discussed in this book is using a meditation technique called Mindfulness. This book explains very well what mindfulness is and outlines a 3-minute mindfulness session which is very useful.

Mindfulness can of course be practiced for longer than 3 minutes. The main reason why this book opts for 3 minutes, is that a 3-minute mindfulness session is more likely to be performed every day rather than a 20-minute session.

I think that this is very sound. There is no real excuse not to do the 3-minute mindfulness session every day, after all, you can find 3 minutes in the day, every day to do this exercise.

As a side note, it is more important to do a short meditation session every day rather than a longer session less often.

Part 2 of Anxiety and Panic discusses different forms of anxiety

Part 2 of the book discusses different forms of anxiety including as mentioned above, panic attacks, general anxiety disorder, social anxiety, phobias (like fear of driving), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and obsessive-compulsive Disorder. Again, the information in these chapters is very interesting, useful and practical.

The author is a medical doctor with many years experience as a GP, who has helped many people over a period of time with their anxiety and panic. The book outlines different case studies that have worked for people experiencing these different forms of anxiety.

I read these different case studies slowly and took notes, and by readjusting the information for my situation, I found it helpful. Although the book is written by a medical doctor, I understood most of what he said as the book was written to allow non medical people to understand its content. Thank goodness. 🙂

Part 3 of Anxiety and Panic discusses what is happening in the human brain

The human brain is involved in treatment for anxiety and panic attacks

Part 3 of the book discusses in more detail, what is happening in the human brain and mind. The human brain and mind is make up of different components and they all behave in certain ways when certain things happen. The human brain consists of many components including a logical component and an emotional component. One component jumps into action really fast to help keep us alive and safe.

Anyway, the book explains current thinking on these components (current at the time that the author wrote the book) and how they behave with the understanding that as human understanding of these components changes that future understanding may change which is very reasonable. I found this very interesting.

There is a final message in the book which reinforces what was said earlier in the book and is in effect a very short summary.

My review of the book Anxiety And Panic

Treatment for anxiety and panic attacks can include writing notes when reading the excellent book Anxiety and Panic

The book “Anxiety And Panic: How To Reshape Your Anxious Mind And Brain” by Dr Harry Barry is an entertaining, educational and practical great read. The author, Dr Harry Barry has a lot of real world experience of helping people with anxiety and panic.

The book provides a lot of insight into anxiety in its different forms which explains a lot to people who experience anxiety.

The book explains a 3-minute meditation technique which is very practical. It is a great idea to practice meditation every day and this 3 minutes meditation technique is a good one.

The book has a number of case studies on managing different types of stress and anxiety, that are very interesting and more importantly, very practical and very useful. The book explains what is most likely happening in the human brain and mind which also helps.

What is Anxiety and Panic about?

This is a practical how to guide that explains anxiety and panic in an interesting, educational and practical way. It also outlines a number of techniques which have helped other people who suffer from anxiety and/or panic which helped me.

Who is Anxiety and Panic for?

This book is for people who experience stress or anxiety or panic attacks or phobias (eg fear of driving or fear of flying) or PTSD or OCD or social anxiety that want to understand the topic better and who want to look at techniques that have helped for other people.

How Anxiety and Panic helped me

I learned more about stress, anxiety and panic attacks. I found that I could relate to a number of the stories in the book itself. The book explained a number of questions that I had and to which I was not getting good answers from elsewhere. The book answered questions that I did not think of asking. When you do not know something, you do not know the questions to ask. The book answered a lot of those type of questions for me. The additional understanding helps me.

My Pros of Anxiety and Panic

  • Explains what anxiety is.
  • Explains what cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and how it can help with anxiety.
  • Explains what mindfulness is and outlines a simple effective 3 minute mindfulness session. Worth the price of the book alone for this.
  • Explains different forms of anxiety and outlines different case studies that have worked.
  • Explains what is most likely happening in the human brain and mind.

My Cons of Anxiety and Panic

  • It was a long and hard process to get my own copy of the book as the book is so popular and goes out of print quickly. The book is now published by a different publisher which removes this problem.
  • There is a short summary at the back of the book, that you may not fully grasp until you read the earlier sections in the book.

My Rating of Anxiety and Panic

  • Features: 8.8/10
  • Quality: 8.9/10
  • Value: 9.3/10
  • Overall Rating: 9.5/10

Why I recommend this book?

I found this book to be a good read with good advice. I found writing notes of the different case studies and re-framing them to my situation helpful. This book helped me a lot. I found it very helpful to understand much better what is happening in my mind and brain when I am anxious and stressed. I found the 3 minutes meditation session very useful. I found the case studies explained in the book useful and was able to re-frame them to my situation which I found very helpful.

I chose this book and considered it to be a good source to learn more about stress, anxiety and panic attacks. The price and positive reviews on Amazon from verified purchasers helped my purchasing decision.

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40 thoughts on “Treatment For Anxiety And Panic Attacks, Read This Book”

  1. Ahh, thank you for this in-depth review of Anxiety and Panic, How to reshape your anxious mind and brain. AnxietyPanda will be sure to check it out.
    It is important to understand something because when you understand something you become less afraid of it. And when you’re not afraid of something, it can’t harm you. This book seems to be a great resource towards getting to understand anxiety and how it works.
    Thanks for a great recommendation!

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    • I hope that when you check the book “Anxiety and Panic, How to reshape your anxious mind and brain” out, that you find it helpful. Understanding what is happening helps a great deal because I now know with Panic Attacks that they are not actually going to last a long time. They are a nuisance at best and can really upset a person’s life to no end. Knowing and understanding anxiety better helps a lot. I hope that you find the book helpful, I know I did and do.

      Peace,
      David

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  2. Thank you for the great review this is a book I may have to check into. My husband has PTSD. Also he has panic attacks do to he has end stage renal failure. If it could help him that would be wonderful.

    Reply
    • Hi Jackie,

      Just so you know, the author has four chapters in the book focusing on panic attacks, explaining what is happening, explaining an approach to adapt to help manage panic attacks, and providing a number of case studies of how he helped people manage their panic attacks, with of course the names changed. The author has one chapter focusing on PTSD, explaining what is happening, explaining an approach to adapt to help manage PTSD, and providing a case study of how he helped a person manage their PTSD, with of course the name changed.

      From the viewpoint of your husband and yourself, the book will help explain what is going on in connection with the panic attacks and PTSD, and therefore help in that way. Understanding more about what is happening will help and in my case, I found that it helps greatly.

      I would suggest that your husband and yourself give the three minute meditation session that the author explains. I find that the three minute meditation session is very useful, especially when I do not have a lot of time in this crazy fast moving world of ours.

      The information I learned in the book is helping me to reduce my stress, my anxiety and my panic attacks.

      Peace,
      David

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  3. Wow,David! Thank you so much for sharing your reviews and overview about this book, Anxiety and Panic, I think I am on the right place to tackle my personal issues. I never talk to anyone about the stress I have been getting, the anxiety I had. I know I have anxiety issues but I never discuss it to anyone nor going to the specialist. Reading your article made me think and assessing myself to try things out. I like the sound of using meditation technique called Mindfulness. Knowing about this technique will definitely helps me reshape my anxious mind. I am seriously interested of getting one of this book but I will be out of the country next month and there’s so much errands to take care right now. I will visit your site again and email me to remind me about this. Thanks a lot.

    Reply
    • Hi Bien,

      Thanks. It sounds like you are very busy. I would recommend that you learn the 3-minute meditation technique that the book outlines to help keep stress at bay. The book also outlines other ways to help keep stress at bay.

      Peace,
      David

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      • I haven’t been home (Philippines) for 5 years now. Sounds great! I would love to try that. I already added to favorites your site.

        Thanks a lot & God bless!

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        • Hi Bien,

          I hope that you have a great time when you get home. I know that many people when they visit their ‘home places’ for a vacation after a time abroad find that it helps to reduce their stress levels. I hope that this is the case for you.

          Peace,
          David

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  4. I looooooove this post! It’s so informative. I have struggled with anxiety and OCD for quite some time now and it took some therapy to get to where I am today but I will definitely have to check out this book! I feel like it would give me some more insight and understanding from a personal perspective rather than just a doctor. I’m sure it would also help if my husband read it so he could understand what goes on inside my head when I have an episode or a panic attack.

    Reply
    • Hi Ash,

      Lots of people struggle with anxiety and OCD. This book helps you to understand it better, and offers solutions which are working for other people. I know that in my case, the book helped me to understand stress, anxiety and panic attacks better.

      The book discusses therapy, focusing in on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). The book explains the ABC technique, a CBT technique. “A” in ABC stands for activating event, “B” in ABC stands for belief. “C” in ABC stands for consequence. The book documents quite a few different ABC case studies. I found that my reading these ABC case studies and modifying them to my situation, that it helped me a lot.

      Peace,
      David

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  5. Hi David,

    I’m glad I came across your article. I don’t think many people realize that there are different types of anxieties. We associate anxiety to this overall nature, and fail to break it down by cateogories. I’ve heard of CBT, but now I’ve gained a better understanding. I’ have anxiety myself, and a book like this would be a great read. Meditation is key. I’m implimenting that a little more daily. Thanks for underlining that. This was a great review, and I will take some advice from it. Thank you!

    Reply
    • Hi Michael,

      Yes, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is the ‘new’ tool to help manage stress, anxiety and panic attacks. It in my opinion, one of the many tools that should be in a person’s ‘toolbox’ to help people cope with stress, anxiety and panic attacks.

      The book explains Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, focussing in on the CBT technique known as ABC which can help people a lot who experience anxiety or stress or panic attacks. “A” in ABC stands for activating event, “B” in ABC stands for belief. “C” in ABC stands for consequence.

      The book documents quite a few different ABC case studies. I found that my reading these ABC case studies and modifying them to my situation, that it helped me a lot. I took little snippets from the different case studies to create my own ABC case study, and I find that helpful.

      Peace,
      David

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  6. Hi David,
    Thank you for this great review about the book and all the various anxiety disorders. My husband used to have panic attacks and they are really scary to witness let alone feel.
    You have really set out the post well.
    Found it motivated me to read the book.

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    • Hi Jill,

      Glad you liked my review. I hope that you find the book useful. I also hope that your husband does not have any more panic attacks, or if he does, that they are less severe. The book explains a lot and outlines some very useful and practical ways to help keep reduce anxiety and panic attacks. You might let us know what you think of the book after reading it, by replying to this comment sometime in the future.

      Peace,
      David

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  7. David,
    Thank you for the great review of Dr. Harry Barry’s book. A really in-depth summary which provides a good overview of “Anxiety and Panic…” By far, the best section was your personal review and your take on the book. I also have tried several books like this and have found that while each book can give great insights and some effective tips for coping, none really provided the answers I need for my own situation. As a result, I have taken a little from each and made my own, somewhat slanted skill-set that works for me. And just as each situation is different, sometimes each skill-set has to be adjusted. Continue on!
    Sanders

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    • Hi Sanders,

      That is a brilliant observation that different books on this subject have some effective tips, and that none well and truly nail it for you in your specific situation. I agree that the different approaches help a lot in making up your own approach that works for you.

      The advantage of having a number of different approaches to hand is that you can try them out and keep the ones that help. You never know, you might find an approach that works great for you in the book or a number of approaches.

      I recommend strongly that you view all the videos mentioned in the post above. They are short and very much to the point and may help. You have nothing to lose in looking at those videos. The first one is only 1 minute and 4 seconds. It outlines some 3 brilliant tips in dealing with anxiety and panic. The second one is only 4 minutes and 17 seconds. It outlines what the book covers.

      Peace,
      David

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  8. Hi, David!
    Thanks for this great review of Harry Barry’s book. I almost want to read it. Maybe I need to read it, because I always want to know more about anxiety and stress.
    I suffered from anxiety in the past, and still, sometimes it comes back. I was lucky enough to never experience a panic attack. I am sure it’s a terrible experience, and it’s great that there are people like you who help others to manage their anxiety and panic attacks.
    This looks like a great book that can help people to deal with their anxiety, stress, panic attacks and understand these issues better.
    Thanks for sharing!

    Reply
    • Hi Linda,

      In my opinion, this is a great book for people who suffer from stress or anxiety or panic attacks or indeed any of the different type of anxiety I mentioned in my post above.

      If you always wanted to know more about anxiety this is one of the books to read. This explains what anxiety is. There are different types of anxiety. The author is a medical doctor who has helped many people understand this better. I hope that you never experience a panic attack. Everyone’s experience of anxiety in whatever form that they experience it, is not nice, to put it nicely.

      Have a look at the first video in the article above, where the author of the book outlines 3 tips in dealing with anxiety and panic. I am pretty sure you will find those tips useful. And the video itself is short, 1 minute and 4 seconds. I know I found those tips useful.

      Peace,
      David

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  9. Sounds like a great book for anxiety. I’ll have to refer my friends to this website when they tell me they have anxiety.

    Reply
    • Hi Melinda,

      Yes, it is a great resource for people who suffer from anxiety in its different forms, whether it is anxiety or stress or panic attacks or phobias (eg fear of driving or fear of flying) or post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) or social anxiety. This book in my opinion is a great resource for people who experience any or a mixture of the above. The book is for them, not their doctor’s bookshelf.

      Be sure to suggest to your friends to look at the first video in the article above, where the author of the book outlines 3 tips in dealing with anxiety and panic. I am pretty sure they will find those tips useful. And the video itself is short, 1 minute and 4 seconds.

      Peace,
      David

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  10. Thanks David for this in depth review. I have quite bit of knowledge in this area but still I’ve learnt about “how to reshape your anxious mind and brain”. That was really useful to know on a personal level. I sure to check the book out as it looks interesting. I like the way you broke down your review process especially adding your personal take to it. I could really relate to that. The rating part is also attractive and it helps people to make their mind up whether if this book is worth reading. I think you have made it clear and I’m totally sold!

    Rani

    Reply
    • Hi Rani,

      One of the really important takeaways from the book itself is that people can learn how to reshape their anxious mind and brain. The giveaway is in the actual title, however sometimes this gets overlooked. 🙂

      The author is a doctor who has a lot of real world practical experience in helping people in this area. The book explains some of the current scientific information in this area right now in such a way that it helps people who are not doctors. It would also help doctors.

      Peace,
      David

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  11. Thanks for this review and the helpful tips for anxiety and panic attacks. I know so many people who have this – you are helping a lot of people.

    Reply
    • Hi Heather,

      Be sure to point the people you know who have anxiety and/or panic attacks to this article and to ask them ever so nicely to look at the first video in the article above, where the author of the book outlines 3 tips in dealing with anxiety and panic. I am pretty sure they will find those tips useful. And the video itself is short, 1 minute and 4 seconds. They have nothing to lose, and possibly a lot to gain.

      Peace,
      David

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  12. Very thorough review of the book. Anyone who’s suffering from anxiety and panic attack would be interested in reading this book since based on your review, it covers everything from understanding what it is up to how our mind is functioning. The best way to cure or manage something is knowing what causes it from happening, from the roots itself. I’m grateful not to have these issues, but I still enjoyed reading your article. Thank you for this. Very worth sharing with anyone who needs this.

    Reply
    • Hi King Kong’s Girl,

      Thank you. If you know anyone who might need this, be sure to point them to this article. The first video in the article is short (1 minute and 4 seconds), and in it, the author of the book “Anxiety and Panic, How to reshape your anxious mind and brain” himself outlines 3 tips in dealing with anxiety and panic.

      Peace,
      David

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  13. Fascinating read, thank you so much for sharing this David. I have suffered from anxiety in the past but have been fortunate to have got help early and also made lifestyle change which has helped. However, I’ve just broken out in shingles, which apparently can be brought on by stress, so it might be time to take another step back and re-evaluate what’s going on. This book sounds like a great read. Thanks again, Cheers, KD

    Reply
    • Hi KD,

      You are right. Shingles can be brought on by stress. That is a great idea that you have about taking a step back to review what is going on. One idea that comes up again and again about stress and anxiety is the idea of giving yourself some ‘time out’ and do something that you enjoy on a daily basis. The human brain and mind needs time to unwind.

      The book does outline a 3 minute meditation session which may help and I believe that a number of people who have read the book say that the book is worth it ‘just’ for that.

      Peace,
      David

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  14. Wow, David, you have a lot of comments, here. I read all of these, as well. My first impression is, of the subject matter, itself. Sounds like a rough one. It’s not a problem I or anyone I know has. Though, when I feel nervous or irritable, I take a ‘B’ complex vitamin. It calms me down. Gets me settled and I feel human, again. ‘B’ vitamin is water soluble, so I have to take it every day.

    I just remembered, my sister, Mary, developed panic attacks in her 50’s. She said it started on a trip to the airport. She said the traffic was heavy and she got really frustrated. Then, suddenly, couldn’t breath. She won’t go to the airport anymore. That’s her remedy.

    It’s nice you want to help people with this. I’m glad you’re not recommending drugs. Bless you.

    Reply
    • Hi Clare,

      Yes, thanks for noticing that I have a lot of comments. As you can see, I interact on a regular basis with people who leave comments. I welcome comments as it helps me to remain focussed on helping people with stress, or anxiety, or panic attacks, or any of the different types of anxiety I mention on my website. I hope that my take helps people, and that the experiences shared in this website and in the comments area on this website also helps people.

      I found your story of taking a ‘B’ complex vitamin and the way that it helps you when you are feeling nervous or irritable interesting.

      By the sound of things, Mary your sister, would find the book useful. Avoidance of whatever could lead to another panic attack is a common behaviour. I understand that only too well. A potential problem is that avoidance can lead to limiting the enjoyment of life.

      For example, let’s say John experienced his real bad panic attack at an airport when he was on his way to visit some friends that he had not seen for a while. His friends live faraway and flying is the only real option. Then John begins to experience panic attacks, sometimes when he is just visiting the airport to collect his son or drop his son at the airport. John no longer will visit the airport. This means that he is foregoing the potential enjoyable time spent alone with his son when he collects his son from the airport or drop his son at the airport is no longer a part of his life. Also John no longer visits his friends in faraway places which he used to enjoy. That is what I meant earlier about limiting the enjoyment of life.

      The book outlines several case studies of using CBT techniques which have helped people overcome panic attacks and/or phobias.

      Peace,
      David

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  15. Thank you for this incredibly thorough review of this book. As someone who suffers from anxiety, it’s good to know that these sources are out there. I know that I have a good understanding of my anxiety, but some of my loved ones do not. I’m sure this book would help them better understand my anxiety and what it does to me.

    I think this book would be really helpful for people struggling with anxiety, but it is also just as important for people who do not struggle with it. People who don’t have anxiety do not fully understand and it seems that this book could really help them with that.

    Reply
    • Hi Taylor,

      This book explains quite a lot of information about what anxiety is, and includes information about different forms of anxiety. The author explains quite a few case studies, and how his approach helps people for those case studies. I found that for me, I would “mix and match” different elements of those case studies. I found it helpful.

      I know that I have a much better understanding of different components of the human brain after reading the book myself, which helps.

      I agree that people who do not suffer from anxiety or panic attacks or the like would understand a lot better if they read the book, with a view to helping people who do.  

      Peace,
      David

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  16. OK, first off I just need to say that Dr. Harry Barry is a hilarious name. In all seriousness though, this book sounds like an excellent resource for anyone who is dealing with the difficult problem of anxiety or panic attacks. My sister had some trouble with spontaneous anxiety attacks. I will have her take a look at your review.

    Reply
    • Hi Mariah,

      My review as you know also includes some videos, so I would also suggest that your sister looks these over as well. I hope that she finds out information which helps her with her anxiety attacks, as they are not nice.

      Peace,
      David

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  17. Hey David;

    I hadn’t heard of this book or the author, and I’ve read many books about self-help with these issues. Anxiety and Panic, by Dr. Harry Barry looks like something that would be worth digging into.

    There are several people in my family that also experience some issues with anxiety and might benefit from this discussion as well. I will show them the link and your review, too.

    Personally, I have always found that the more I read about the underlying causes and process of anxiety and panic, the more the power of it lessens. For me, it has to do with looking at it head on and bringing it to the surface for examination. Then, it dissolves on it’s own. Sort of like you were saying about reducing stress and then the panic attacks will lessen naturally.

    Thanks for bringing awareness to this book and Dr. Barry’s work. 🙂

    Reply
    • Hi Stella,

      You nailed it. In my opinion the better a person’s understanding of anxiety and its many cousins, along with good useful practical effective ways to manage it, the better it is for that person. It does require focussed work and effort. Reading this book and taking applicable notes helped me quite a bit. I hope other readers of this book have the same experience of the book helping them with their anxiety.

      Peace,
      David

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  18. Thank you David for a great review of this book. I think my daughter could really benefit from it and I will try to find it for her for Christmas. She suffers from Stress and Anxiety Attacks. I always feel so helpless in helping her and it seems this book may really help. I only watched a couple of videos but Dr. Barry seems well versed in the subject and would certainly be a benefit to her. I had suggested she start Mindful Meditation as it helps me, but I’m not sure if she has actually started to do it. Your review was very thorough and extremely helpful, it just seems like the perfect book to help with these kinds of issues. I look forward to reviewing the rest of your website.

    Reply
    • Hi Beth,

      You can always buy the book using one of the affiliate links on my post. 🙂

      You might like to point her to my post, so that she can watch the videos for herself. It is possible that Dr Barry may say something in those videos that she finds helpful.

      Dr Barry in his book, talks about Meditation as one approach to use in an overall multi approach. He talks about a 3 minute meditation approach because he says that people are more likely to do a 3 minute meditation every day rather than a 20 minute meditation due to normal real life everyday time constraints.

      I also wrote a review post here on the popular meditation Insight Timer App which is a brilliant tool to do meditation which your daughter and you might like to try out.

      Peace,
      David

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