Panic Away Review
I wrote this Panic Away Review because, as I
stated at the beginning on this site, I want to offer information, support and help for anyone suffering from
panic attacks or any form of anxiety.
One way of helping is to let you know if I find a book or product or course that seems
especially good. Or to warn you not to waste your time and money if I find one that’s bad.
I recently found a program that falls on the good side of the ledger. It’s called Panic
Away. I checked it out because friends kept mentioning it. Now that I've gone over the program, I can see
why they thought I’d like it.
It may not be for everybody, but I think for a lot of people it will prove to be a godsend. Read
on to see if it might be right for you.
What Panic Away Is About
When I suffered from panic attacks, it felt to me like the attack was something that happened to
me, something that came from the outside. I thought I had no control over it. It seemed like something I had to
guard against, even do battle with.
I found out over time that this was the absolutely wrong approach.
The main reason I like Panic Away is that it effectively teaches the correct approach in a
very concise form.
The essence of the Panic Away Program is what they call the One Move
As Mr. Barry explained this technique, I recognized an extremely succinct distillation of what
I’d been learning for years. Only it doesn't take years to learn it with this course.
The program begins with an explanation of what panic attacks are, their manifestations and some
theories of why they happen.
The part on causative theories is great. Mr. Barry debunks some commonly expressed ones that are
absolutely wrong. I haven’t seen it so well explained anywhere else.
With that background, the course then moves on to teaching not only how to stop panic attacks
but how to help general anxiety as well.
Case Studies Help
The course isn’t just theory. The author has extensive case studies throughout. These are real
life examples of people who overcame their panic and anxiety using his approach.
The common situations – anxiety when driving, or going over a bridge or speaking in public, or
going to public places, and more – are all covered.
People tell their own story of how they applied the Panic Away program to overcome their fears.
I found their stories inspiring.
The Techniques Come From Many Sources
I also like the fact that the Panic
Away draws from many different disciplines.
I’ve been interested in human development for a long time. I’ve studied a lot of things looking
for answers. In doing this I discovered a lot of good techniques.
When I read this book, it almost seemed like the Clift Notes version of my research – Mr. Barry
referenced sources and techniques that had taken me twenty years to discover for myself.
Among the things he alludes to are:
the practice of “morning pages” (from Judith Cameron’s The Artist’s Way)
HeartMath techniques and
Thought Field Therapy (I prefer the Emotional Freedom Technique, which is a derivative of TFT, but
either approach is great).
This proved to me just how much research and investigation went into developing the program.
This is a great program, but as much as I like it, I don’t agree with everything in it.
It's Not Perfect
This Panic Away Review wouldn't be complete if I didn't include a mention of some of the parts I
didn't care for. Panic Away is good, but it's not perfect,
For example, there’s the section on diet.
I agree that diet absolutely affects our physical and psychological well-being, and eating well
is part of eliminating panic attacks. Mr. Barry recommends a diet based on the pH of foods. I’ve read these
theories elsewhere but haven’t seen good support for them so I not sure this is the diet approach for everyone.
On the other hand, the so-called alkaline diet emphasizes fruits and vegetables so it’s not the
worse advice in the world. And he gives advice I strongly agree with such as his recommendations on
In the section on phobias, Mr. Barry seems supportive of operant conditioning methods. In
general, I don’t like them since I’ve seen them so poorly done. Some therapists seem almost sadistic in their
application of this treatment. Maybe he’s had a different experience.
I have a few other quibbles, but on balance, these are trivial.
Overall, this is a great program.
I love its comprehensive approach and its compassionate, upbeat tone.
It explains what the underlining issues are, gives yon a knowledge base to work from and then a
specific technique to apply. When you apply it you go from being a victim to being in control.
The author anticipates question and answers them. The case studies show exactly how the
techniques have helped people in the real world.
I also like his “maintenance program” – a daily routine that will keep you on an even keel. It’s
a good routine for anyone whether they’ve had a panic attack or not.
All in all, this is an excellent program and is well worth checking out. If you’re at all interested, I recommend you try it.
The author has an excellent guarantee so you can try it at absolutely no risk.
Find out a lot more about Panic Away by clicking here.
As you'll see, its price is reasonable (less than 1/2 hour of therapy or one 'script for Xanax)
and right now it comes with some very nice bonuses.
Wouldn't it be great to really be free of panic attacks and in control of your life again?
I think Panic Away will be the answer for a lot of
With the guarantee there's no reason not to try
Wishing You Peace,