Saturday, October 5, 2013

All About Panic Attacks.

Tom's Journal.

THANK YOU SO MUCH, Dear Brother Veteran, George [Navy man] !!  Thank you also for looking out for me and sending me great info that I can use, and also pass on to some of MY buddies, and friends/ family.

I suffer from panic attacks  [and  Combat PTSD, too -- and still search for relief.   We will only get permanent relief and cure, in Heaven.   [smile].

Tommy Schuckman

October 4th, 2013
ISSUE #107

Dear Survivalists,

In this issue of the Survival Life Newsletter, Don't Panic! We look at the causes of a panic attack and exactly what you need to do if you find yourself about to lose it; In Survival Tips, coach David Alexander shows us a simple and effective way to end a fight with a single strike; In Practical Prepper,  we take a look at building baby's first Bug Out Bag. Can you help Eric add to his and make sure all of his bases are covered?
Remember, we're all in this together!
'Above Average' Joe

Don't Panic...

'Above Average' Joe
"I’m losing control....."
"I feel like I’m going crazy....."
"I must be having a heart attack....."
"I’m choking and I can’t catch my breath....."
"It came upon me by surprise. I  heard my heart pounding so loudly that I thought it burst  out of my chest like in that movie ALIENS..."
"I began shaking like a junkie in withdrawal..."
If you've ever felt like this, you're not alone.

You Are A Target Of Opportunity...

One simple thing can be the difference between you and your family being safe...
Or being a target of opportunity...
But being unarmed, shouldn't mean defenseless..
Click here to learn exactly how you can be just as lethal, with or without, your firearm...
The statements above are the some of the most common symptoms of a panic attack.
Panic and anxiety attacks affect over 4,000,000 people in the U.S. alone (That's 5% of the total adult population!).
Many people who experience their first panic attack find themselves at hospital emergency rooms......or at doctors’ offices -- prepared to hear the worst.
And unfortunately, hearing that they are "fine,"  can actually makes things worse...
When they don’t hear that they’ve suffered a life-threatening situation (such as a heart attack), this news may actually cause an increase in their anxiety, making them prone to more panic attacks.
Panic attacks and anxiety disorders have an abundance of symptoms that vary from person to person and that makes it so much harder for your doctor to pinpoint.
Because the symptoms of panic are very real, the anxiety is so traumatizing, and the whole experience is new and strange, a panic attack is one of the worst experiences a person can have.
On top of the attack, there is always the nagging fear, "When will this happen to me again?"
So what is a panic attack?
Panic attacks are periods of intense fear or apprehension that are of sudden onset and of variable duration from minutes to hours. Panic attacks usually begin abruptly, may reach a peak within 10 minutes, but may continue for much longer if the sufferer had the attack triggered by a situation from which they are not able to escape.
In panic attacks that continue unabated, and are triggered by a situation from which the sufferer desires to escape, some sufferers may make frantic efforts to escape, which may be violent if others attempt to contain the sufferer. Some panic attacks can subside on their own over the next several hours.
What causes a panic attack?
Panic is not necessarily brought on by any one recognizable circumstance, and can stem from a single event or a culmination of multiple triggers . That is why panic attacks are so hard to pinpoint and often times the attacks just come "out of the blue."
In essence, a panic attack can occur to anyone at any time, though some are more prone to it than others...
[Video] Quick And Effective Way To End A Fight
WARNING!  You will never use what I teach unless your life or the lives of your family are on the line. 
My B.E.T. System should only be used in a life or death situation.
The move that I'm demonstrating in this video is a Trachea or throat strike using the ulna bone of my forearm.
I do not teach overly complicated techniques, that you will not remember in a life or death situation.
This is a simple but very effective method to eliminate an opponents ability to breathe and end the fight quickly...

Baby's First B.O.B?
Every member of the family needs to be taken into consideration when a survival plan is put together.
I’m not going to be cheesy and tell you ‘Don’t forget the youngest of the group!’
If you forget you have a baby, being prepared for a disaster is the least of your worries...
So what goes into your baby's first Bug Out Bag?
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