Panic Attacks Treatments and Anxiety Attack Treatment, finding the natural and easy remedies is something more people are looking for due to the increase of stress leading to Panic and Anxiety.
Ending panic and anxiety is what almost 40 Million people are looking for.
Data from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) suggests the prevalence of anxiety disorders in the U.S. — which include generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, and panic disorder — may be as high as 40 million, or about 18 percent of the population over the age of 18, making it the most common mental illness in the nation. I also deal with a large number of pre-teens who also have panic attacks due to the workload of homework and also bullying plays a big part in stress.
According to research , anxiety has also surpassed depression as the most commonly diagnosed mental health problem among college students, with more than 50 percent of students visiting campus clinics reporting anxiety.
In colleges, they are testing out the new app called TAO Counselling Services which in my opinion is amazing to help students with panic and anxiety attacks. I have treated many college and high school kids that were going through anxiety and panic attacks. The stress of tests and presentations were one of the reasons for these panic attacks. The rates of suicide can be reduced if this tool was available throughout all schools and colleges. Let’s hope this goes worldwide.
Some Symptoms of a Panic Attack.
- Shortness of breath
- Pains in the chest
- Wanting to run away
- Wanting to hide
- You might think you are having a heartache
- High-Stress levels
- High Blood Pressure
Things to Eliminate which may Help Panic and Anxiety Attacks
- Artificial Sweetener
- Food Additives
- Too much cell phone use
- Exposure to toxic mold
- Shallow breathing
- Processed food
“Several parts of the brain are key factors in the production of fear and anxiety … scientists have discovered that the amygdala and the hippocampus play significant roles in most anxiety disorders.
When it comes to breathing make sure you are aware if you breathing is deep or shallow. Be aware to take deep breaths often throughout your day, especially in stressful times.
Panic attacks are a build up of stress and repressed emotions. Using Emotional Freedom Techniques is a great tool to use every day to reduce stress but also use for panic attacks. This can be done alone or under the supervision of a qualified therapist. By doing so, you reprogram the way your body responds to emotional stressors. Recent research has shown that EFT significantly increases positive emotions, such as hope and enjoyment, and decreases negative emotional states, including anxiety.
Panic attacks are real and as I already said it is becoming more and more prevalent because of the stress we are all put under in today’s world. It is affecting production in the workplace, time off through stress-related illness and affecting relationships.
Getting to the source of the stress which leads to the attacks is crucial, do not leave it unchecked.
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