It is with great sadness that we announce that Simon Edwards died on 21 January 2018, after suffering from cancer for three years.

As Simon helped so many people and really changed their lives I thought you would like to honour him and join us at a memorial event to celebrate his life which is to be held on 19th June 2018.

For more information please email

Panic Attacks

Panic attacks happen when the levels of anxiety are so heightened that the mind and the body needs you to leave the situation you’re in.

If you don’t, the psychology and physiology needs to works harder and harder until you have no choice – fight or flight!

Panic attacks can be extremely distressing and though they may only last for a short while, it can seem like forever.

The thought of ever leading a normal life again may seem like a distant dream as you believe that nothing will ever be the same and normal again.

First time sufferers may turn to emergency medical services as their panic attack seems so real and terrifying.

When Simon meets you for the first time, he will hear your explanations of the symptoms you’ve been experiencing including: nausea, fainting, sweating, heart pounding, shortness of breath, tingling, chest pain, blurred vision, the tightening ‘bowler hat’ and hot flushes.

Simon understands how distressing and extremely worrying each attack can appear to be.

He knows that these ‘attacks’ may only last a moment or two but the physical reaction can seem like it’s lasting a lifetime, so using his vast experience and his knowledge of Panic Attacks, he will help you to immediately relax and understand why the ‘attacks’ take place and how he can change the frequency and the potency of the attacks until they are no longer a problem.

Using MindMeasuring™ he will also negate the ‘what if feeling’ – that worrisome feeling that the ‘attacks’ may return.

Simon re-calibrates the stresses and strains of your everyday life and will create a new thought process for a different way of coping for you.

He then negates the ‘need’ for negative abreactions.

New Clients should contact their GP to explain their symptoms prior to meeting with Simon.