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Panic attacks are common. Some people have panic attacks frequently, living their lives trying to avoid situations of fear, in many cases irrationally. With the basic panic attack help listed below, …

Panic attacks are common. Some people have panic attacks frequently, living their lives trying to avoid situations of fear, in many cases irrationally. With the basic panic attack help listed below, you can learn to alleviate a panic attack in only a few minutes. Visit Panic Attack Help http://ivorytowergroup.net/panic-attack-help/ for additional information and resources.

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  • 1. Panic Attack Help
  • 2. Panic attacks are common. Some people have panic attacks frequently, living their lives trying to avoid situations of fear, in many cases irrationally. With the basic panic attack helplisted below, you can learn to alleviate a panic attack in only a few minutes.
  • 3. What Is A Panic Attack? A panic attack happens when adrenaline is released intoyour bloodstream. A message of fear sends a signal to the adrenal glands that there is an emergency situation.
  • 4. How Does Adrenaline Work?Adrenaline makes the heart pump extra blood. This extrablood is pumped into your major muscles to increase your ability to run fast and to do the extraordinary.
  • 5. It Only Takes A Few Minutes To Stop A Panic Attack It takes about three minutes for your adrenal glands to fill your body with the adrenaline response. It also only takesthree minutes for your body to stop the adrenaline reaction. If you stop a panic attack as soon as it starts, the reaction only has to last for three minutes.
  • 6. If panic attacks have been a recurring problem, write these four basic steps on an index card or something about that size and put it in your wallet or purse. Make the card noticeable so its easy to find in the event you have an attack. 1. Be still and relax. 2. Stop the negative thoughts. 3. Think of positive statements. 4. Accept your situation.
  • 7. Step 1. Be still and relax. Relax by using slow, deep, complete breaths. Be still andcalm your situation by remembering that you are only having a panic attack, that nothing more serious is happening to you. Continue to take slow, deep, complete breaths.
  • 8. Step 2. Stop the negative thoughts. Stop negative thoughts by shouting the singleword "STOP!!!" loudly inside your head. By doing this youare interrupting the emergency message that your brain is sending to your adrenal glands.
  • 9. Step 3. Think of positive statements.Try to think of a positive statement that is at least as strong as the catastrophic statement that you have been scaringyourself with. Change the negative thought with a positive one. Choose something that addresses the negative thought.
  • 10. Step 4. Accept your situation.Accepting your condition is extremely important. Minimizing this experience usually serves to perpetuate it. Start byidentifying what emotion you are feeling. Most panic attacksare created by fear or some variation of fear. Recognize the emotion you are experiencing and find the reason that you
  • 11. feel it. Validate that feeling and why you are feeling it.In all of these cases take reasonable precautions. Have aregular physical so that you know that you have a healthy heart. Dont walk in dark situations and be aware of your surroundings on the street.Visit Panic Attack Help http://ivorytowergroup.net/panic- attack-help/ for additional information and resources.