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Things To Do To Prevent Panic Attacks

By Edited Oct 27, 2013 1 2

If you are someone who suffers from the onslaught of panic attacks it can be as if you have no control over your life. The feeling of an attack can be similar to that of a person having a heart attack. It can be very frightening to say the least and you feel powerless to stop it.


When looking at things to do to prevent panic attacks you need to consider what the underlying reasons are and what you need to do to stop them in their tracks. You could think about doing the following things:

  • Discover the real reason why you are suffering
  • Look at changing your physical surroundings
  • Look at your health

Discover The Real Reason Why You Are Suffering

Doctors and research professionals have concluded without a doubt that suffering from panic attacks is a serious condition. The individual has to look into their background to try and decipher reasons why they may have started to be affected. If you can find out how you got into this predicament, you will be able to work towards a way to prevent future attacks of anxiety.


The best way to work through this is to talk to a professional who will be able to help you to interpret what happened when you first started having episodes. Some people find it helpful to make an appointment with a hynotherapist, where they can completely relax and be taken gently through their past to find any underlying problems.


Look At Changing Your Physical Surroundings

It is a possibility that the area that you live in could be one of the causes of your anxiety and unease. It may not have occurred to you that the density of a population could have an adverse effect on your health. People are so used to the fact that we have to live and work in environments filled with lots of other people that it may not even have occurred that crowds could be a factor in causing angst. If you can change where you live, you may find that you feel an almost instant sense of relief and release of tension.


Look At Your Health

If you are not making sure that you are eating a balance diet, you could be robbing your body of the necessary nourishment that it needs to combat daily life. Certain food groups and ingredients have been found to help to decrease stress and anxiety. As well as vitamins, good sources are foods that are rich in omega 3.


If you can work on ways to reduce the levels of stress you feel in particular situations then you will hopefully be able to prevent the reoccurrence of panic attacks.


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Comments

Sep 13, 2009 3:13pm
x3xsolxdierx3x
Great article! and....a Thumbs-up! :)
Jun 12, 2012 8:51am
Marlando
Hi--Very good advise and for a person who many years ago endured anxiety attacks, I have extremele empathy for anyone who suffers with them. Great article!
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