Is There A Cure To Recurring Panic Attacks?
If you have ever had a panic attack, you can appreciate how important it is to know how to cope with them – or if possible, prevent them. Here are a few great ways to deal with your panic attacks so that they don’t control you. Get control back with these tips.
Keep track of your panic attacks in a journal to help you identify triggers and causes of attacks. Over time, you may see patterns emerge around activities or events that trigger anxiety for you. Once you recognize these triggers, you can take appropriate steps to either avoid or mitigate the sources of at least some of your panic attacks.
Stay positive during a panic attack! Think about the people you love and how luck you are to have them in your life. Remember your favorite foods, or the places you love to visit, and take your mind there. Think of some awesome things that have happened to you and remember how they felt. Your attack will pass in no time!
Accept the fact you’re anxious, commit yourself to getting better, and you’ll find your panic attacks become less miserable. If you know that you have a problem it will be far easier for you to find the solutions which can help you go from sufferer to cured in a short time.
Always give yourself rewards for getting over a panic attack! Think about all the techniques that you used and how successful they were, and how you’ll use them again if you have to – but you really won’t have to because you’re going to work hard on keeping healthy in the meantime!
When you’re having a panic attack you should try to play the opposites game. If you feel like running, stand still. If you feel like crying, start to laugh, Continue to do the opposite of the actions you feel you should be doing and your body will start to relax and get over the attack.
Participating in deep breathing a few times a day can help keep your body relaxed and free from panic attacks. Start by breathing through your nose to your stomach on a slow count of four, and then breathe out through your mouth for four. Increase to five, six, and beyond as you can.
Pick up a self-help book on panic attacks. Remember to read each word as you come to it, focus on understanding each sentence, and then each paragraph. Go back over the words until you really feel confident that you know what the author is saying.
Sometimes you can’t control anxiety. If you accept that fact you’ll have a much easier time dealing with panic attacks instead of trying to cure them. Everyone has a bad day, and in your case it just leads to racing thoughts and worries. Accept that and work towards healing yourself at that moment.
Try these tips to deal with panic attacks. Each one may not work for you, as everyone is different. However, take the tips that work for you and use them as defense against the panic attacks that threaten you. Conquer them and you’ll be able to live your life again.