Panic attacks can be debilitating and an overwhelming experience, but there are some holistic ways to manage and reduce the frequency and intensity of these episodes.
First and foremost, it’s important to understand what a panic attack is. A panic attack is a sudden intense or overwhelming fear and/or discomfort that reaches a peak within minutes. Symptoms can include rapid heartbeat, sweating, shaking, shortness of breath, elephant on the chest and a feeling of impending doom or losing ones mind.
1. One way to manage your panic attacks is to identify and to then change your negative thought patterns that contribute to anxiety and panic.
2. You can also use coping mechanisms such as deep breathing exercises and visualization techniques to calm the mind and body during a panic attack. The use of hypnosis can be an effective tool for this.
3. Practicing self-care and stress management techniques in your daily life is also important. Including regular exercise, healthy eating, getting enough sleep and practicing mindfulness and meditation.
4. It is also important to give your body the necessary nutrients and minerals and stay well-hydrated with water.
Sometimes it can be something as simple as a vitamin deficiency or an MTHFR gene that affects the Methylation process, which affects neurotransmitter production.
“Without methylfolate, these neurotransmitter levels decrease, leading to, among other things, depression and anxiety.”
Taking a good quality folate and b-12, along with EFT Tapping and Hypnosis, helped stop my panic attacks after many years of needlessly suffering. Find what works for you. Then, it is possible to live a fulfilling and panic-free life.
Listen as often as needed to help reduce stress from panic attacks. This video is a great way to help you calm yourself through breathing. This recording can help to calm your mind and relax your body through your FREE guided hypnosis with Hypnotherapist Anne Marie Wiesman.
Wishing you well on your healing journey,
Anne Marie Wiesman
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