The Real Deal About The Linden Method Scheme

By Sun Hsu

The Linden Method is one of the most popular treatments for panic attacks, general anxiety disorder, and phobias with over 80,000 users around the world. But how did the Linden Method come to be and how does it work?The Linden Method was created in 1996 by Charles Linden, a British man who himself suffered from severe panic attacks, acute anxiety disorder and agoraphobia. Charles, who was treated for a long time by therapists and medications, but with little results, decided to study the matter himself. The Linden Method is the result of this research which included extensive interviews with patients, former sufferers, and a careful examination of common treatment practices of the time as well as relevanty scientific research.

Is the method truly effective, or is it just a scam? The method is more popular in Europe, especially in Britain more than in the United States. The center is situated in the U.K. and people from Britain are less likely going to ask that question. A person who assumes that the method is just a scam most probably does not know that the center has already successfully treated people of their panic attacks. In more than a decade since the center was established, more than 80,000 individuals already have utilized the method to cure their panic and anxiety attacks.

This treatment is not just an ordinary worthless online program. The center cures many patients in fixed sessions. The version of the program on the internet is just a method to reach out to more sufferers all over the world and give them a self-help and online version of the method. Otherwise, people would have to go to the U.K. and pay a lot of money to get treated at the Center. More than 80,000 people are living proofs that it is not a scam.

Before trying out the method, know these two things first: The first thing is that, it does not work for everyone. He did not make any lofty promises that his treatment applies to all people. What he says is that it has a 95% chance of working. This implies that while the method is very promising and that there is a very high chance that it would work, there is also a small chance that it won't. That is why it offers a money back guarantee.

There are innumerable good points that this online technique has to offer especially for those who wanted fast and tangible results. For instance, the method teaches you on how to deal with the root cause of the problem and treat it unlike others which merely remedies the superficial symptoms. This is the very reason why despite of the treatment, panic attacks recur again and again.

A strong feature of the Linden Method is its endorsement from psychologists, government health services and doctors practically around the world for its drug free method of treatment. With its 97% rate for success, it has undoubtedly helped over 126,000 of those who constantly suffer from phobias, anxiety attacks and OCD among others. Its success in treating the problem is on its efficiency and the permanence of its effects.

The method had cured over 80,000 people world wide. It is trusted by many and is supported by plenty of psychiatrists, psychologists and therapists for it had helped their patients in getting rid of such traumatic disorder. This method consists of series of steps which treated traumatic disorders and other behavioural abnormalities through attacking the core source which is the amygdala.

The program can be bought or downloaded. The package includes printed/downloadable manual, a DVD, CDs, available email and telephone support from the researchers, psychologists and counselors from the Linden centers. The advantages of the system are the anonymity and flexibility of healing oneself. At the same time, Linden offers workshops, counseling and web support. If after one year, treatment was unsuccessful, money paid is sent back to the patient.The anxiety associated disorders in the scope of treatment are Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Panic Attacks (Panic Disorder), and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Agoraphobia, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and depression.

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