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Thursday, March 1, 2007

Panic Attack Natural Treatments | Causes

Panic Attack Natural Treatments – Cause and Symptoms of Panic and Anxiety Attacks

Panic attack natural treatments can help to cure your panic and anxiety attacks rather than merely treating the symptoms. They decrease the likelihood of occurrence and provide relief to you even when they do happen. Before we look at that, let us have an overview of the cause and symptoms of panic and anxiety attacks so that we can understand the condition better in order to cope and deal with it successfully.

What is a Panic Attack?

Panic attack is described as a condition where you experience a sudden deep sense of fear and panic. When you suffer from a panic attack, you could feel your heartbeat rise, out of breath, giddiness, nauseous and blush uncontrollably. Though this condition is not life-threatening, it can leave deep scars in the psychological and social development of a person especially if he or she has been suffering from it since childhood.

A pain attack suffer may be gripped with fear when facing a crowd or in a group of people. This can be potentially detrimental to daily activities and employment issues. They may feel embarrassed of their condition and develop low self-esteem.

Likewise, in severe cases of panic attacks or panic disorder, the victim could fall into depression and develop a propensity towards suicidal thoughts. Some even seek for avoidance by resorting to alcohol, smoking and drugs to give them a false sense of relief. There are different treatment methods of which panic attack natural treatments are one popular method because of its ease of preparation.

Panic Attack Natural Treatments – Symptoms of Panic and Anxiety Attacks

1. Excessive perspiration

2. Trembling in speech and body

3. Out of breath

4. Hot flash

5. Stomach cramps

6. Giddiness

7. Sudden chills

8. Increased heartbeat

9. Nausea

10.Chest pains

11.Sudden fear of death

Panic Attack Natural Treatments – Causes of Panic and Anxiety Attacks

1. Stress and Trauma

Stress at work, school or relationships can trigger panic attacks. Everyone has a threshold for stress. Manageable stress can be healthy for us. However, when it exceeds our level of tolerance, it can be harmful to our bodies. Trauma may be experienced due to life-endangering or other life events like the death of a loved one, broken marriage, etc. These could cause people to develop a psychological condition which promotes panic attacks.

2. Hereditary

It could be passed down from our parents, ie genetics.

3. Drugs and Medication

Our bodies respond to drugs and medication differently. Certain drugs may induce heart palpitation and trigger panic attacks

4. Hormonal Imbalances and Illnesses

Imbalances in hormonal levels and illnesses can sometimes lead to panic attacks. In such cases, the panic attacks are merely symptoms of a larger health problem.

In the next post, we will look at some panic attack natural treatments that can effectively stop our panic attacks. We are also going to look at a popular method used by many people to overcome this condition generally caused by psychological problems.

Panic Attack Natural Treatments

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4 Comments:

At July 30, 2008 at 8:21 AM , Blogger Jackie said...

Overcoming anxiety is no small task.
It takes practice and a lot of hard work.

I used to have panic attacks once a week
due to my high anxiety, so I definitely feel
for you. Fortunately, I can do a lot more
for you than empathize.

By utilizing the techiques below, I was slowly
able to gain control over my anxiety and stop
my panic attacks from occuring. If you
exercise these techiques regularly, you too
will see great improvements in anxiety,
tension and stress.

Breathing:

As the anxiety creeps up, begin to count in
your head. Count 1,2,3,4 -- 1,2,3,4 -- 1,2,3,4
pausing on the dashes and so on.

You're not going to actually say or
even think the numbers. You're going
to breath the numbers.

Take a deep breath in through your
nose for the 1 and 2. Then take a
deep breath out through your mouth
for the 3 and 4. Practice this routine
for a few minutes a day until it
becomes an automated exercise for you.

Practicing really helps a lot.
Practice in a controlled environment.
I used to practice before bed. When
panic does hit, this self-defense
mechanism kicks in without effort.

Control Your Thinking:

When you have negative thoughts,
negative things will come into your
life. Conversely when you have positive
thoughts, positive things will come
into your life.

That's because thoughts steer the
direction of your life.

The same holds true in moments of high
anxiety. It's important during these
times to monitor your thoughts and
make sure you force calming ideas
and images into your head.

Nothing is really as bad as it seems and ten
years from now,this particularly stressful
situation won't exist - so control your
thinking to avoid your mind from falling
into a negative thought spiral.

As soon as you have a negative thought,
throw it out of your head and
counterbalance yourself with a
positive or optimistic thought.

This is a hard one, but after
you monitor your thoughts for
a week or two, you begin to think
more positive in general.

These two tactics helped me a lot.

Other helpful ideas are:
- Participat in Therapy
- Talk to someone you trust
- Exercise (cardio works best)
- Yoga
- Stretching
- Reading
- Meditation
- Take a hot shower
- Go for a Walk
- Listen to Music
For more Great Tips,
CHECK OUT:
http://www.Stop-Anxiety-Panic-Attack.com

 
At March 27, 2009 at 1:37 AM , Blogger herhtdm said...

Xanax is indeed one of the highly sought after anti-anxiety medications but while using Xanax, you should be cautious of xanax side-effects and certain xanax withdrawal symptoms. The side-effects triggered off by Xanax gradually disappear over time and as far as the withdrawal symptoms of xanax are concerned, it is worth noting that you are likely to become a victim of xanax withdrawal symptoms if you use xanax for a longer period of time. Some of the xanax withdrawal symptoms are panic attacks, extreme anxiety, headache et al and as soon as you fall prey to these symptoms, you should immediately consult a doctor. http://www.xanax-effects.com /

 
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