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Clear Panic Away - Natural Remedies for Anxiety and Panic Attacks Clear Panic Away Natural Remedies for Anxiety and Panic Attacks Home Panic Attack Treatments About Us Contact Us Panic Away Ebook Home Panic Attack Treatments About Us Contact Us Panic Away Ebook Keep Calm and Clear Your Panic Away The feeling that you’re having a heart attack. An increased heartbeat, shallow breathing, a feeling of being smothered. Numbness, a sense that things aren’t quite real, and impending doom.These and other symptoms of a panic attack can literally leave you breathless. How do you deal with panic attacks? While anxiety and panic is a necessary survival mechanism to deal with danger, for a lot of people, it spirals out of control. Are you looking for certain methods to help rein in your anxiety and get on with your life? You Are Not Alone Millions of people suffer from panic attacks. The good news is, it can be controlled. I used to suffer from panic attacks. I felt nauseous, and the room was spinning. I felt like I was leaving my body, and I thought I was in the process of dying. As suddenly as it came on, it ended.But three weeks later, it happened again, and increased to the point where I started to fear leaving the house. This went on for two years. Sound familiar? Luckily, I did a lot of research, mainly asking “why.” Why was I getting them? Why at certain times? I was too ashamed to go to a psychiatrist (and I didn’t have insurance for it, in any case), and I didn’t want to take prescription pills. Luckily, with the availability of the Internet, I could begin to research the causes. The problem, of course, is the availability of the Internet! With so much (mis)information and supposed quick fixes, I went down a couple wrong paths. But soon, I found some strategies to deal with my anxiety. How to Stop Panic Attacks Before searching for a long term treatment, I had to find ways to stop panic attacks after they began. Here are some things to try: Realize you are having an anxiety attack – This is easier said than done. When in the middle of an attack, all you can think about is either running away or collapsing into a ball and dying. It took a few times for me to realize, “Hey, this is not normal. I’m having an episode. Now to stop it.” Realize that you are not in danger – Have you been on a roller coaster? The emotions you feel while on it and panicking is similar (at least for me). However, the important difference is that you know you are not in any real danger while on the ride. Try to observe what is happening to you. Does your heart always begin to race? Remember this. Pretend it’s an old friend. Once you recognize the symptoms, you can start the process of being a cool, calm observer knowing that you are not in any real danger. Don’t fight the attack. Work with it. Push it. – Once you realize the symptoms, and that you’re not really in danger, actually try to make it worse. If you’re shaking, tell your body to shake more. Say, “Is this the best you got?” If you do this correctly, you’re almost laughing inside (but don’t try this until you’ve mastered the realization that you’re not in danger. Otherwise this really will make things worse.) This is a technique I learned as a child – I had a lot of nightmares. It got to the point where I actually started enjoying them and trying to push my dreams to be even scarier. Once I did that, the nightmares completely ended. It’s as if my mind knew it was all an illusion. It’s the same thing with a panic attack. This is, of course, very simplified techniques. There’s a lot you have to do first before you try to manage your attacks. A lot of the above techniques I learned from the guide Panic Away. You can check out my review here. Techniques to Keep Calm (And Carry On) There’s several drug-free techniques and treatments to help you long-term with your anxiety. Here’s a couple that worked for me, and that I recommend you start with: Develop a set of successful mental strategies – When a panic attack comes on, you want to develop some mental techniques to lessen the severity. When you fight it in desperation, your adrenaline and heart beat increases even more, and your fear of losing control actually feeds into your panic. Instead, when you train your mind to accept your anxiety and observe it, you can trust yourself more, and each episode will become shorter and shorter. Breathing Exercises – This is physical as well as mental. While you control your breathing, you need to visualize the air entering your body, melting this big block of ice inside you. The key is to exhale longer than you inhale. Diet and Minerals – There is a lot of research that may equate higher stress with an imbalance in your diet. I started with vitamin B12, magnesium citrate and flaxseed oil (for omega 3 fatty acids) – talk to your doctor first, because magnesium can have some side effects, and may interfere with any drugs you are taking. I also made sure to eat better and exercise more. Though everybody tells you to be more healthy, in the case on anxiety, I had more energy during the day. More energy means feeling more positive during the day – I believe that bouts of depression and being tired contributed to my attacks. I also removed coffee and soda from my diet, and became a tea drinker. There’s a couple more techniques that helped, such as Thought Field Therapy (I don’t know if this really helped, but it was interesting), having a routine before bed, and volunteering at a local park once a week to engage with people and keep my mind off my problems. I did go to a therapist a few times, but it was mainly to help me get through the really low points. I do recommend one, as you can talk to somebody who knows what you’re going through. My friends and family couldn’t really help much. They all meant well, but I could tell they just wanted to say “Snap out of it!” It’s very difficult for somebody who hasn’t gone through anxiety attacks to really understand how debilitating it is. I highly recommend the guide I used, which really helped me on my road to recovery. You can read about it here: Panic Away System I wish you all the best in your recovery, and hope you find what you are looking for. Please leave me a comment below, and I will do my best to answer your questions. Yours, Christian 6 Comments Add Comment → John McKesson I’ve been having panic attacks and anxiety for years. A friend suggested magnesium, as our diets are too low in it. It seemed to help, and I exercise a lot too. July 11, 2013 Reply Rosshede I cant walk,sit or stand longer than 3-5 mins..after that feel like fainting. So i cant perform excersise…..please help me… it happen for more than 2 month now…are this physical or panic attack…i do have panic attack like what you describe… but this light headed feel like fainting…when i try to walk longer time…not sure December 19, 2013 Reply Christian It could be physical, if you’re always feeling it – low blood pressure or vertigo. I would definitely check with your doctor. Medications can also cause it, like beta blockers. January 6, 2014 Reply Cydney It’s so important to spend some quiet time with yourself every day and it certainly helps with anxiety. Just sitting peacefully and breathing and listening to your inner voice that is NOT the panic voice can help you to re-focus your attention to your positive side. One of the positive things that many of us lack in our hurried lives today is laughter. Do you laugh regularly? If not, you may want to investigate joining a laughter yoga club to get involved. Science research clearly shows that laughter changes your body’s chemistry by boosting your endorphin level. Endorphins are the “feel good” hormones that our body secretes, so it’s completely natural. I encourage everyone to check out laughter yoga! January 17, 2014 Reply Jenny Hamda I want to help a 13 year old member with panic attack, how do I do that August 8, 2014 Reply Christian Hey Jenny, this guide is mainly for adults. However, a lot of the mental and calming exercises can be customized for teenagers. August 14, 2014 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Name* Email* Website Comment* Welcome to My Site! Hi, my name is Christian, and I hope this website helps you reduce or eliminate your panic attacks. Please browse through my articles and tips, and leave a comment or question. I'll do my best to help you out! G+ Recent Articles These 12 Techniques Will Stop a Panic Attack Destructive Habits That Cause Anxiety Stress As a Natural Part of Life Anxiety Medications: Should You Take Them? How Do Medications Treat Anxiety? Exercise and Anxiety How to Deal With Fear Breathing Exercises to Calm Yourself Down Natural Remedies For Anxiety The Link Between Depression and Anxiety Am I Having a Panic Attack? Symptoms of a Panic Attack Panic Attack Treatments Do Supplements Work For Anxiety? How to Deal With Anxiety Panic Away – Does It Work? A Personal Review Categories Natural Remedies Panic Attack Treatments Panic Symptoms Site Pages Panic Away Review About Us Privacy Policy Disclaimer Sitemap Contact Us ? 2011-2015 ClearPanicAway.com. All Rights Reserved

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