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Best Online Therapy When the Panic Sets In

Best Online Therapy When the Panic Sets In

Everyone on the planet has or will experience a sense of panic in their lifetime. For someone who has never felt the common symptoms, they will flock online for the best therapy options or natural cures.

Feeling anxious

Feelings of being anxious are common. Major life changes or past traumas can spark an uneasy feeling that can escalate very quickly into panic.

At the first feeling of that twinge, it’s best to expel that extra energy in a positive way. Doing something physical like walking or exercising can simply change the brain pattern.

Feeling overwhelmed

Has the boss laid too much work on you? Have you over promised family or friends of your time or expertise? When overwhelmed emotions can leech out in different ways. Sometimes the desire to cry is so deep, but no tears will flow. Anger can also be a result of feeling like you have too much on your plate. However, one of the most common symptoms is tiredness. Have you ever felt that if you could just sleep for a day, you’ll get back on track tomorrow?

Rest is exactly what your brain and body need. It doesn’t exactly mean sleep, though. Rest is when you can find peace of mind. It’s where you can reassess and prioritize what needs to be done. Maybe everything on your plate needs to be done, but with a clear mind, and realizing it takes one step at a time, it can all be accomplished. You will eventually become aware of how not to allow yourself to be spread too thin.

Feeling scared

Situations leaving you unnecessarily scared is a sure sign that you’ve put too much pressure on yourself and life around you. Think of the way a dam works. It holds back a large amount of water. By doing this, it stops a potential flood, and water can be routed to other areas where it would be most useful like irrigation resources for crops and water supplies.

When people hold in their emotions, this is ‘the dam’ concept. However, people don’t always reroute the emotions into something positive. They build up that dam thinking they’ve stopped those feelings on fear, being overwhelmed and anxious thoughts. Eventually, the emotions spill over or worse, …the dam breaks and everything stored up floods out everywhere.

Panic attacks

Together, feeling fear, overwhelmed, anxious, sweating, shaking, blurred vision, hard to breathe…This is all the result of the dam breaking. This is a true panic attack. And a majority of people think they are dying the first time this happens.

But you can stop a panic attack from starting by being proactive in your mental health. Mental health is just as important as physical and internal health. Adding brain foods into your diet is the first step. Balanced diets of vitamins and essential amino acids are necessary to protect the mind. This is the wall of the dam. B vitamins are great brain food, but if you’re contemplating supplements, always consult your doctor to see what’s best for you.

Now it’s time to reroute the water. Speaking to a professional is a great way to plan the reroute of your emotions. Some doctors might recommend medications to reduce depression and anxiety until you are able to manage situations better. You can check out some of the best online therapy to help instantly when you feel your emotions rising.

Using meditation, acupressure or pressure points can reduce the stress waters from rising.

Life is busy and unexpected for everyone. Now is the time to take back your mental health. Find peace and time to rest daily.


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Anxiety Can Be Killer – But you Needn’t Let It Rule Your Life

Anxiety Can Be Killer – But you Needn’t Let It Rule Your Life

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Everyone experiences anxiety at some point in their lives. To do so is to be human. Situations are never 100% under our control, and as a result, it can feel hard to contend with them sometimes. Anxiety is a natural phenomenon to experience in many situations – such as getting that job you really want to interview well for, being on stage for your first school play, or asking that girl out you’ve had your eye on for some time.

These anxious feelings are to be expected, and it’s overcoming them in those instances that make the whole affair worthwhile. You simply wouldn’t have felt so good about yourself afterward, or performed as well as you did, if you didn’t have the anxiety to provide that initial resistance.

However, if your anxiety is getting out control, and you’re feeling an undue amount of it the moment you step outside of your comfort zone, you might need to look at the issue with more clarity. Fatigue, sweating, avoidance syndrome and generally feeling terrible when heading outside are all symptoms of a bigger issue. You might call it Anxiety with a capital A.

This can be overcome, but it’s incremental, and it takes time. Here are some tips if you find yourself in this circumstance now, or if you ever do in the future:

Learn Coping Methods

Learning methods to cope might seem difficult at first, but you can really combat anxiety with this. Stress balls, deep breathing and taking some quiet time once in awhile when out in a public setting can serve to help you recollect your thoughts, and focus on something other than your anxious feeling for a time.

Exercise and meditation are two of the greatest tools to help you. Exercise helps you feel comfortable and at home in your body, while meditation affords you the opportunity to step outside of your thought processes and even witness them happen. Meditation affects two main human problems – the ego and fear. Addressing them both allows you to become a much better person, arguably the person you were all along before the silly affliction started bothering you.

Attack What Scares You

Many clinical psychologists are starting to understand that the only way to overcome a phobia is to expose yourself to it. Becoming open and willing to put yourself in ‘harms way’ can be a horrible thing to imagine, but it’s likely the most rewarding attitude to help you there is. Someone who is terrified of elevators, for example, can benefit from moving closer and closer to them each day. An amazing idea comes to you when you are able to do this.

The closer you get, the more you instinctively realize that nothing back is happening to you as a result. This allows you to take further risks and find that they don’t injure you either. Expanding your realm of competence in this way helps you become a much more functional individual, and can help you overcome all sorts of neuroses, not only anxiety.

Remember, befriend your anxiety, and don’t expect it to leave too soon. But also tell it firmly that it’s surplus to requirements, and that you’re going to gently let it pass. Doing so will help you feel less fearful and more in control of the situation.

Good luck!

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