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5 Pointers To Stop Panic Attacks

By Guest Author On December 15, 2010 Under Law of Attraction

Embarrassed about your contemporary panic attack?  Looking for pointers on how to make sure it never happens again?  Here are 5 quick and simple tips on how to stop panic attack – even before it begins.  

It felt like a nightmare.  I was sitting in my professor’s office, nervously responding questions for our final verbal exam that semester.  All of a sudden, for whatever reason I do not remember ( maybe I blundered over a universal theory ), he slammed his fist on the desk.  

“What in the world do you suspect you are talking about?” he boomed, looking at me thru his glasses.  

All of a sudden, a cold feeling washed over me.  My heart started battering so hard I could nearly hear it.  My limbs felt numb and my hands felt icy cold.  I attempted to recover my composure.  There was no way on earth I’d let my terror professor see me hyperventilate or bawl into tears like a baby!  

Panic attacks can be particularly mortifying when they happen in public.  They leave us exposed in front of folks we might not trust.  

Can relate?  Here are 5 tips that could help you save face and stop panic attacks :

1.  Breathe
When you feel the anxiety rushing in, inhale terribly and exhale slowly.  Repeat.  

2.  Unwind
Leave the place of conflict.  Take a walk outside for some time.  Wash your face with cold water.  Drink water.  Give yourself time and space to calm down.  

3.  Think of something positive
If an individual or a situation shocks the wits out of you, think of something funny.  Or tell yourself it’ll be over soon.  Remain positive.  

4.  Rest
Get a good 6-8 hours of sleep every day.  This will help you function at your best.  

5.  Avoid caffeine
Avoid coffee, tea, sugar and other things that will make you even more frightened.

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