10 Ways To Stop A Panic Attack Before Things Get Out Of Hand

Do you have a lot of panic attacks? Panic attacks are brief bursts of dread, worry, or anxiety. Anyone who’s had one knows how terrifying they can be. It feels as if the world’s about to collapse around you. Many people who suffer from panic attacks sweat like crazy, have trouble breathing and develop a serious heartbeat. Believe it or not, there are ways to fight this.

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Intro – 0:00
1. Benzodiazepines [ben·zoh·dai·a·zuh·peenz] – 00:34
2. Always Keep Lavender On Hand – 01:52
3. Go To Your Happy Place – 02:34
4. Discover A Focal Point – 03:45
5. Close Your Eyes – 04:19
6. Deep Breaths – 04:49
7. Repeat A Mantra – 05:31
8. Practice Mindfulness – 06:24
9. Light Exercise – 07:00
10. Recognize Your Panic Attack! – 07:30


1. Benzodiazepines [ben·zoh·dai·a·zuh·peenz]
Have you taken medication before? We’re not saying it should be your first resort, but it has been known to help people.

2. Always Keep Lavender On Hand
Lavender is well-known for its stress-relieving properties. It might assist your body in relaxing.

3. Go To Your Happy Place
While the specific origins are unknown, researchers often say that panic disorders can run in families.

4. Discover A Focal Point
Panic attacks can be frightening. When you feel that sickening, unexpected feeling of anxiety creeping in, try this professional method.

5. Close Your Eyes
You must understand that some panic episodes are brought on by triggers that overwhelm you.

6. Deep Breaths
Breathing practice, often known as “deep breathing,” is effective body-mind training for stress and psychosomatic illnesses.

7. Repeat A Mantra
Before we focus on this treatment method, let’s see what a panic attack actually feels like.

8. Practice Mindfulness
Mindfulness is a process that leads to a mental state defined by non-judgmental awareness of one's own experiences, thoughts and surroundings.

9. Light Exercise
Studies show that exercise and regular physical activity positively impacts panic attacks.

10. Recognize Your Panic Attack!
Recognizing that you're having a panic attack rather than a heart attack allows you to convince yourself that it’s only temporary.

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