Panic Attack Treatment
If you’ve ever had a panic attack you will understand the impact it can have on your mind, body, and soul. A panic attack can feel similar to a heart attack.
A panic attack is a severe and intense rush of fear that can be felt in your chest.
The feelings are so strong it can make you hyperventilate, your heart rate increases and your mind is overcome with a million thoughts of all the things that could go wrong.
Negative and fearful thoughts play a big part in increasing the emotional and physical intensity of a panic attack.
When a person has experienced these feelings, it affects their confidence in the future.
A panic attack usually happens suddenly with no warning signs, and most of the time there are no obvious triggers.
People tend to be over-cautious by avoiding certain places in order to keep their anxiety under control. They fear going out in case they have a panic attack in public or they are too far away to get help.
If this has happened to you, seeking treatment is a good choice. If you start to avoid places you used to enjoy going to you could end up having social anxiety.
Social anxiety can leave you feeling isolated and alone.
4 Steps To Panic Attack Treatment
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Changing Your Mindset to Reduce Panic Attacks
On a mental level, you need to look at what’s triggered panic attacks in the past and work out if there’s anything you can do to safeguard yourself against it in the future.
Acknowledging your thoughts will help you understand the impact your beliefs play in increasing or decreasing your reactions to situations.
Our minds are so complex and when you add our feelings and experiences into the mix it’s hard to know what we’re thinking sometimes.
A great way to sort out your mindset is journalling. Journal what’s going on, the experiences you’ve had and your reactions.
Journalling can help clear your mind, help you identify thought patterns and consider your options for the future.
Once you’ve acknowledged and identified negative self-talk, you can consider changing your thoughts so they are more positive. If you change your beliefs, you can change your outcomes.
Physical Health Changes To Reduce Anxiety
On a physical level, learning about stress management, relaxation, and breathing techniques will help you reduce panic attacks and manage them.
Make time for gentle exercises which will help your body release mental and physical tension.
Walking everyday helps calm the mind without putting too much stress on your body. It helps regulate your breathing and circulation in your body.
Any form of exercise will help your mind and body let go of stress just choose something that is doable and that you enjoy. Do it regularly.
By looking at your nutritional levels and what you’re consuming in your body it can also go a long way to help you to reduce panic attacks.
You need to be aware of how your body reacts to foods, preservatives, and all the other things you’re consuming.
Read food labels and research the ingredients you can’t identify. Food companies are very sneaky in disguising the bad stuff with words we are not familiar with.
Reducing the amount of alcohol and caffeine you consume, will help your body by avoiding chemicals and stimulants that can have an impact on anxiety.
The Benefits of Mind/Body Connection on Panic Attacks and Anxiety
If you want to work on reducing panic attacks, getting to the cause of it and rewiring your brain so that you don’t experience panic attacks, then I highly recommend Clinical Hypnotherapy for anxiety and panic attack treatment.
You can learn how to connect your mind and body so that you are in control, and you can minimize feelings, thoughts, and reactions in a matter of seconds.
You can learn how to get rid of emotional baggage from the past which contributes to stress and anxiety.
Traumas that have been endured in the past can be minimized in your mind so that you don’t find yourself going over and over it.
The strategies that your mind has created to perform a panic attack can be shifted and changed so that your mind doesn’t know how to do a panic attack anymore.
It might sound unreal, and all I can say is it is awesome. I do this with people every day with hypnotherapy. I help people overcome anxiety, depression and panic attacks.
Meditation is another great way to connect our mind and body. You will become more aware of what’s happening within you.
You can slow down your thoughts and replace a busy, anxious mind with calmness and peacefulness.
Clinical Hypnotherapy For Panic Attacks
Clinical hypnotherapy anxiety treatment puts you back in control by reprogramming your brain. Yes you read that correctly.
As soon as you start talking about the problem (session 1) your brains neurons are already firing. that means they’re looking for solutions.
Hypnosis helps you block out all other distractions. This allows your brain to develop new connections and neural pathways and adapt to change as a result of learning new ways of dealing with situations.
And that’s exactly what we will be doing in hypnosis. Creating new coping skills and eliminating old ones.
The best thing with Clinical Hypnotherapy is you will feel the results straight away, as soon as we have done the work.
The results are instant because you are the one in charge of the changes so you will know what it feels like when the anxiety’s gone.
It’s good to know what options are available to you. If you would like to know more about how clinical hypnotherapy can help you with panic attacks, anxiety and depression click here make an appointment, and you can feel the results yourself.
There are many choices for panic attack treatment, you need to consider which option would suit you best and then take action. Prevention is better than treating the symptoms.