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7 Essential Ways To Help Avoid Panic Attacks

Posted by Zura on January 19, 2009

panic-attacks

Are you looking for the ways to help avoid panic attacks? If the answer is yes, then you have landed in the right place.😀 Panic attacks are avoidable if the proper planning is carried out. Your first panic attack should be a learning curve that can help you avoid panic attacks in the coming future.

A panic attack is an unexpected onset of extreme anxiety followed by fearful anticipation. This is accompanied by dizziness, a rapid heartbeat, nausea, shortness of breath, a tingling sensation, hyperventilation, and other related factors.

Panic attacks are usually caused by various mental, emotional and physical stresses in everyday life. They seem unavoidable, but thankfully there are things you can do to help avoid them.

Following, are 7 essential ways to help you avoid your panic attacks:

1. Avoid Caffeine and Alcohol

One of the best ways to avoid panic attacks is to keep away or minimize your consumption of caffeine and alcohol. Studies have revealed that these vices increase the occurrence of panic attacks and Anxiety.

2. Regular Yoga and/or Meditation

Practice some yoga poses such as Flamingo poses, Locust poses, Backbends yoga, Inverted yoga, and others on a regular basis to keep your mind and body healthy. Yoga and meditation does not only help you avoid panic attacks, but also increases energy levels and awareness.

3. Relaxation

We all know that stress and anxiety is a major contributor of panic attacks. So staying relaxed would obviously help to avoid them. To overcome such situations simply follow these easy and effective steps:

Take time out to enjoy activities that engage your mind. Whether it be a much loved hobby or even a walk in the park, it all helps!

Perform some breathing and stretching exercises during stress and anxiety to calm your body and mind right down.

Commonly, stress is known to circle at a time of loneliness. So if possible, keeping in touch with your friends and family can help to avoid panic attacks.

4. Laughing/Humor

Humor is one of the most useful ways to avoid panic attacks – Many psychiatrists recommend the sufferer to use laughter and humor to decrease stress and anxiety.

5. Music

It is always good to keep an MP3 player or ipod with you whenever you are on a trip. Listening to upbeat, feel good music keeps you busy and occupied, thus keeping you from stress and anxiety.

6. Ample Sleep

The adrenal system of the body helps in controlling response activities. Insufficient sleep can lead to the adrenal system to stop working properly and hence, cause panic attacks. Therefore, it would be better to take at least 7 hours of sound sleep per night to help avoid panic attacks.

7. Healthy Eating

‘Eat healthy live healthy’. Making a habit of eating a healthy diet will help to keep away all worries and stresses. A well balanced diet helps you to nurture your mind and body while also making you feel happier.

7 Responses to “7 Essential Ways To Help Avoid Panic Attacks”

  1. […] 7 Essential Ways To Help Avoid Panic Attacks Are you looking for the ways to help avoid panic attacks? If the answer is yes, then you have landed in the right place. Panic attacks are avoidable if the proper planning is carried …   […]

  2. Wah, saya suka kafein nih kayak kopi. Hmm.. Gimana solusinya ya?

  3. haloo kak….
    seneng rasanya aku sekarang…
    mampir ya kak..

  4. berantaskorupsi said

    Yes i allways laughing, when iam in panic condition.

  5. arafi said

    Setuju,,nambah satu lagi,,mendekatkan diri pada Yang Kuasa

  6. aris nurzaman said

    oh i need this article, seriously…
    thx..

  7. John Moore said

    As sufferer myself I can relate to all that you have said your article. I’m sure it will be of benefit to others too. I suffered from been a child so I can understand the problem of panic attacks more than most. Thank you for listening to me.

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