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How to Manage a Panic Attack

How to Manage a Panic Attack

Many awake every morning with an ongoing catastrophic dialogue. They continue to think destructively throughout the day until it becomes their map for a stressful future. Unfortunately, it leads to doubting the world and themselves, and they become what they think about the most.

A stressed life is a route to deterioration. It creates ailment for the body, according to Dr. Lipton’s research. When you are stressed on a continual basis, the blood vessels in the stomach shut down. Consequently, the organs don’t get blood, which also affects the nervous system. You use that energy to breathe rapidly and shallowly.

Your whole world spins and makes you dizzy. It is natural because your body is in a fight-or-flight mode to combat any stress. This leads to hyperventilation, because the breathing of too much oxygen doesn’t allow enough carbon dioxide, which causes your heart to race.

All this happens to protect you. The stomach squeezes the blood to the extremities (arms/legs), and it is done by the hormone cortisol, which is found in the viscera/stomach.

However, the stomach is where healing happens. After the stomach loses the blood, it can’t restore all the organs. So, your immune system shuts down. For example, you have an infection and at the same time, you are hunted down by a tiger. Your body is going to use up that energy to run from the tiger that is chasing you. Your infection becomes irrelevant because your body has learned to conserve energy and to send it where it is needed most.

This is because the body can’t tell the difference between real danger and catastrophic thoughts. The body thinks your thoughts, which are played daily in your mind, are the actual tiger. So, as cortisol is being pumped by your negative thoughts, the immune and nervous systems consistently deteriorate.

In order to overcome feelings of panic and anxiety, perform this simple technique.

  • First, relax your shoulders.
  • Then close your eyes. Empty your thoughts.
  • As you hold your breath,
  • raise your hands and cup them around your mouth and nose.
  • You allow no air to enter the space between the mouth, nose, chin and hands.
  • Take in a lungful of air, as much air as possible and hold it for three seconds.
  • Cupping your hands over your mouth and nose, breathe in deeply through your nose and exhale through your mouth.
  • Perform this activity five times. Without releasing your hands from your mouth.
  • This helps rebalance the carbon dioxide and oxygen, calming your hyperventilation and breathing down. You will feel relaxed, and it has been proven to release anxious thoughts.

Usually, we get anxious because we doubt our abilities to cope with situations. This is the main contributor to panic attacks. Therefore, you must challenge doubt, because living in doubt guarantees suffering. Even though doubt is only a warning and its job is to shelter you, it is the major contributor to negativity. The real issue here is to go down deeper and to see why you feel anxious; you will find that doubting yourself in the cause.

It might be difficult to address parts of you because they may seem dark, but spreading light on those dark place brings them back to love. Love is the cure of everything. We are all beautiful souls going through a human experience.   Also, if you liked this blog there is a similar blog in this website

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