Saturday, 26 November 2011

No More Anxiety Attacks in an Equal Money System

Anxiety is the number 1 illness in Canada and the U.S. The amount of people suffering from some form of anxiety disorder in Canada is estimated at an astonishing 12-13%. The actual number is likely much higher than that.

It is I have personally suffered from acute anxiety attacks at various stages in my life. I was very stressed by a host of problems in my life from money, to relationships, to school etc. I began noticing strange feelings of tightness, light pain and 'electrical charges' within my body at times, often after or during experiences of getting high. Its interesting that looking back now, I can see that I did not understand my body and how it worked whatsoever.

This makes me question our education system, social system and parental upbringing. Why was I not educated about the most basic, and most important factor in my life - my body? Really... all those years of education and I had no real idea how my body functions? Extreme oversight... or negligence?

I cannot place blame, as I did not even take it upon myself to understand my body either. This will be a central theme of education in an Equal Money System from a very early age. We should be supporting children in how the body works and how to pay attention to signs our bodies give us.

As anxiety progressed in me, I became so anxious I could not sleep for hours. I had shortness of breath, pain in my limbs and feelings of terror that I cannot describe. I thought I was having a heart attack, as that is what it felt like, but I really didn't know. It was utterly horrible, like a feeling that you are being crushed on the inside. My heart would begin palpitating and I would become very frightened, leading to panic attacks.

I visited a number of doctors who offered virtually no help whatsoever. At one point my heart was racing in my chest in the middle of the night (after too much caffeine) and I was very scared and taken to hospital. An hour drive at the time.. sigh. The doctor told me I was fine and sent me back to work the next day!? Then the very same thing happened the next day. Quite a startling realization that most doctors have very little consideration or understanding of how the body works as well.

This continued for roughly two years until I was prescribed some medication to assist me and the attacks eventually subsided. The doctor informed me not to take the medication for too long or it would harm me in the long run.

With so much high anxiety in our society its no wonder large pharmaceutical companies are making billions of dollars every year off of anxiety. These drugs only cover up the problem as opposed to getting to the root of the issue and resolving it. The issue is stress, and what is single biggest cause of stress in our society? Money.

If we simply implement an Equal Money System, it would reduce 90% of the stress in our lives and eliminate anxiety disorder completely! It is the complete cure! Big pharmaceutical companies don't want to hear that though, they are making huge profit from anxiety, so having it built into the system is good news for them.

Do we not want to live free from anxiety? Wouldn't that be fantastic to solve the number 1 illness in Canada and the U.S. and then watch all the pharmaceutical corporations disappear?

The Equal Money System is the ultimate solution to end all greed, corruption, war, abuse manipulation, slavery, and utter nonsense we are living as. Only an elitist, or a complete fool would disagree. Support Equal Money for All for a dignified life.

Shocking anxiety disorder statistics;

- 40 million people in the U.S. will experience an impairment because of an anxiety condition this year.

- Those who experience anxiety and stress have a very high propensity for drug abuse and addictions.

- There were over 3.3 Billion prescriptions filled in America in 2002 (12 times the U.S’s population - that’s 12 prescriptions for every man, woman, and child in the U.S. that year).

Descriptions of different types of anxiety as well as symptoms


  1. Cool man, thank you very much

    by the way, i like your videos :)

  2. cool sharing and informing here, thanks man.

  3. Yep, prescribing drugs instead of a common sense treatment is the solution in this current system. I've been having these attacks for years (first one when I was a teenager) and no one pointed out to me (or was able to) the simple solution of staying-in-breath and not allow my thoughts run free - because that is what is causing these attacks: thoughts of fear and anticipation of fear.

    Makes one wonder if the current system thrives on fear and panic, doesn't it :)