Panic Attacks: Help Does Exist, says Author Kay Hammond
New book offers tips on working through the fear of panic disorders
Austin, TX (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
Approximately 40 million American adults are affected by anxiety disorders each year, reports the National Institute of Mental Health.
Kay Hammond, one such sufferer of panic attacks, finally discovered how to work through her attacks. Now, she wants to share her discovery with the world.
In her new book Panic Attacks and Me, Hammond offers tips on how she personally learned to work through panic attacks by relinquishing control to a higher power.
A non-clinical guide, Panic Attacks and Me reassures readers that they aren't alone, and that there is help for those who suffer from panic attacks.
“I've had many challenges in my life, and it was in a recovery program that I learned how to work through my panic attacks,” said Hammond. “The key is that you have to give yourself over completely to a higher power. It doesn't need to be a God figure, just someone bigger and more powerful than you. Understand you aren't alone, and you can get through anything.”
Including advice for diminishing panic in any type of situation and calming poems to turn to in times of distress, Panic Attacks and Me is the go-to guide for anyone needing help working through panic and anxiety.
Panic Attacks and Me
Written and illustrated by Kay Hammond
Retail price: $8.99
Available at http://www.amazon.com.
About the author
Kay Hammond is a born and bred Texan, and proud of it. She enjoys writing, illustrating and taking photographs. She currently resides in Austin. This is her first book.
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