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What To Do For Panic Attacks
What To Do For Panic Attacks

What to do for Panic Attacks? They are exactly as the name suggests, periods of panic. Brought on by worry - you can worry; until you get to the point where your body cannot handle anymore stress causing a panic attack to strike.

Panic does not discriminate when it comes to time and place they occur. They can happen in the middle of the night, when you are asleep, at work, at school, literally anywhere or any time. Some people are lucky enough only to experience an attack just the one time, but there are people who suffer them on a regular basis.

The worry of the next one striking can bring another one on. If you suffer re-occurring anxiety attacks, then it might be worth finding the underlying cause of what is causing them. There is normally a trigger...

Panic attacks can be treated with a successful outcome. Therefore, it is advisable that you make an appointment and speak with your doctor. There are many different methods of treatment.

What to do for panic attacks? There are self-help strategies and books, which help with panic attacks, or therapies which help you, overcome them. It is a case of finding which the best solution is for you. I found reading 'Feel the fear and do it anyway' by Susan Jeffers helped with my recovery. Running away from what causes your panic is not the solution. Facing them head on is the key. Yes! Taking steps out of your comfort zone into the unknown.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a practical solution to avoiding another attack without the use of drugs. Avoid drugs of any kind, prescribed drugs or otherwise. If you have not heard of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, then this style of therapy is about studying your thought patterns and teaching you to think in a very different way. This is where I learnt about the powers of your subconscious mind and the power of positivity.

I learned how to rationalise my fears. Learning that nothing dangerous or life threatening is going to happen to you, even when driving, then the one thing which is causing such frightening thoughts suddenly does not seem so frightening.

Exposure Therapy is another method by which some people overcome their attacks. This is a form of therapy where the therapist will expose you to the one thing causing the fear in a completely safe environment.

Luke Browe is an ex-Panic Attack sufferer.

He has helped thousands of people overcome their severe anxiety and panic attacks.
Luke has released an eBook called "No Need To Panic! - Emergency Panic Attack Remedies"
For your FREE copy of the eBook, please visit Escape Panic.

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