Have you ever been lightheaded after taking a spin on the rides at a summer carnival? After vigorous exercise? Or felt lightheaded after having been swept away by love?
Do you watch the weather channel and plan your day around the heat waves of August, dreading that you might get overheated and collapse from heat exhaustion.
Well to a panic attack sufferer the wonderful, normal bodily sensation of lightheadedness only means one thing: “I feel like I’m going to faint.”
If you among the 6 million American adults who struggle with panic disorder, odds are you mistakenly link the feeling of lightheadedness with the certainty of fainting-The False Link. It’s this kind of thinking that makes the idea of fainting seem like a real possibility. And the more you believe you’re going to faint the more you fuel adrenaline and lightheadedness.
But how many times have you actually fainted during a panic attack? When it comes to adrenaline, the answer is never.
Don’t let the fear of fainting from the summer heat, hold you back from enjoying the dog days of August! Get the tools you need to separate your normal physical feelings from the catastrophic, false thinking that is pushing you over the edge. Then, discover the hidden cause of those surges of lightheadedness. Uncover the 4 triggers for anxiety attacks. One you discover the Missing Link- the true cause of your symptoms, your fear of lightheadedness disappears.
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