About Panic Attacks Treatment

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Panic Attacks Resources is about informing you and directing you to a panic attacks solution.  Thats it in a nutshell.

Our approach

My aim is to provide thorough articles, case studies, and review all about panic attacks, panic attacks and anxiety treatment, and panic attacks treatment products.

Okay, articles and reviews make sense, but what are case studies on anxiety treatment?

What I do is write fictional case studies to supplement our informative articles.  In my view, reading stories is much more interesting and it can be done so you learn about a topic as well.  Its an approach I like doing because they are fun to write and in my view (I hope you agree), more interesting and informative to read.

Who am I?

I write on health-related topics and publish health-related websites.  One topic particularly interesting to me is panic attacks and anxiety.  There are two aspects that make suffering from panic attacks and anxiety so dreadful:

There is a stigma to it since its a mental health matter; and

Panic attacks and anxiety are fear-based conditions.  Fear is one of the strongest negative emotions we have.  Yes, fear can be used for good (i.e. fight or flight situations), but when fear enters into our daily life where it does not belong, then it becomes a terrible affliction.

I write on meditation, natural back pain treatment and other holistic practices for emotional wellbeing.  Most health products I direct readers to take a natural and holistic approach to healing.  Im a believer in holistic approaches to treating various conditions, including anxiety and panic attacks.

Why do I like holistic approaches to health?

Because holistic methods to healing often go after underlying causes.  It may take longer and not be as radical of a change (like prescription medication), but in my view, a successful natural healing program for conditions such as anxiety and panic attacks results in long-term health.  Not quick fixes that require ongoing medication.

Yes, natural approaches to healing require more effort, but when it works, its healthy and long-term.

Thanks for stopping by.

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Robert Sheldon

Robert Sheldon

Professor
Cardiac Sciences, Medicine, Medical Genetics

Dr Robert Sheldon received his PhD in Molecular Biology at the University of Colorado in 1973 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship with Sydney Brenner, then received an MD from the University of Toronto in 1981. He is a cardiac arrhythmia specialist and Professor of Cardiac Sciences, Medicine, and Medical Genetics at the University of Calgary, and among other roles was Senior Vice President Research, Alberta Health Services and Associate Dean Clinical Research, University of Calgary. He was on the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Governing Council and its committees for 9 years. He is a Fellow of the Heart Rhythm Society, Canadian Cardiovascular Society, and the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences. His research program is in cardiovascular autonomic physiology and its disorders, among which is vasovagal syncope. It has a strong translational orientation, aimed at understanding the causes of syncope, and developing simple, accessible, and effective approaches to its diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment. This was recognized by the Annual Achievement Award of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society in 2016 and the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Arrhythmia Alliance in 2018.

Experience
BSc (Hons) - Biochemistry. Bishop's University 1969
PhD - Molecular Biology. University of Colorado, 1973
MD. University of Toronto, 1981
Professor. University of Calgary, 1988

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