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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

How You Can Overcome A Panic Attack

This is how you can overcome your panic attacks:

1. Stop What You Are Doing
The first thing a person must do when experiencing a panic attack is to stop whatever they are doing. Be safe and stop whatever you are doing at the time.

2. Take Deep Breaths
Secondly, a person should take some deep breaths to help feel better and to get rid of some of the excessive fear and anxiety. There are also many kinds of breathing exercises a person can learn to follow with the help of a mental health counselor.

3. Distract Yourself
Next, a person should try to distract themselves from the panic they are experiencing. A person could get some fresh air, listen to some music, take a brisk walk, read the newspaper, or do something relaxing that will give them a fresh perspective on things. 

4. Get The Facts Of Your Situation
Many people feel like they are going to die when they experience a panic attack for the first time. The fact is that you will be ok and that it takes a few minutes for the anxiety to go away. Talk to a counselor and get the facts of what a panic attack is.

5. Don’t Dwell on Your Thoughts
A person must not dwell or focus on their thoughts during a panic attack. The more a person tries to reason out their thoughts the longer a panic attack lasts.


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1 comment:

  1. dear GOD, Thanks for the suggestion. Amen. Gary D. Nicholas

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