Two treatments I would suggest for Anxiety, Panic and even Depression are Panic Away and Linden Method. Figuring out the difference between the two programs, what one is right for you and how to make the most out of the process is difficult! I couldn’t do it and so I decided to just try them both (I was also desperate for change at the time). I’ve put together my best honest review of the two and how I think you can differentiate based on your needs.
Knowing The Right Treatment
Deciding you are truly going to help yourself is hard. That in itself is enough to completely discourage you or cause your anxiety to come back. The last thing you need is to feel like you might be buying the wrong thing and won’t see results when you need them. These two programs are similar in success rates but play very different roles for individuals with different severity levels, find out what one would be right for you …
First of all … both programs work well. Panic Away is better if you know you want a smaller but effective program or your anxiety is on the cusp of moderate to mild. If that is the case you might be looking for ways to simply help you cope. From what I heard about Linden Method (and from the research I did) this method is a lot more hard core and take a lot more time to work through. It also takes a lot more mental energy but gives you really lasting results and is probably better suited for people who are dealing with bad anxiety and/or are really serious about eliminating your issues before they get any worse.
I know quite a bit about both programs and even better than that know what it feels like to have anxiety, agoraphobia and other panic attacks. I know that if you’re looking for something that can truly help you, these two programs are both a great start and could likely be the end to your fear and anxiety. I really believe that. But what is more important is that you believe that you can get better. You also have to be ready to put in the effort.
Panic Away is most likely for people that want a more hands off approach, where there is not a lot of involvement (or access to) qualified professionals. You do get an allotment of time to talk to someone but I did not find that was necessary. If you want a more hands on person and access to speak to someone 24/7 the Linden Method is likely better for you. From what I read the support is better with Linden Method but I don’t personally have any experience with it.
The other thing to consider is whether you want a digital copy or physical copy of a program. I know that Panic Away offers both but I think the Linden Method only offers a digital copy. If you don’t want to be stuck to a tablet or laptop or computer than by default Panic Away might be better.
Again, form what I have read the Linden Method is really for people that are very very serious about getting better and who have moderate to severe anxiety. It has a scientific backing behind it and goes after helping control and change a part of your brain that contains the nervous system and you’re sense of ‘fear’.
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