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These are words are screams and experiences that are all too common amongst most anxiety and panic disorder victims.


Actually, you can breathe if you’re able to shout those dreadful words. Breathing properly is the main issue.  

We must learn how to breathe properly, especially when over-stressed!

When stress ravishes the mind it spreads like dominoes throughout the body, organs and nerves. Toxins are overly released, sugar level increases, heart rate rises, nerves are in havoc, muscles are extremely tensed, blood pressure rises and hormones are dumped into organs causing them to be over used!


No wonder breathing is difficult, the body is beating itself up and there is no winner!

 

I learned diaphragmatic breathing exercise as a tool and remedy that helped me through anxiety
attacks that caused me to literally wet myself and faint.


Another lesson was to  positively handle and avoid stressful situations and people as I healed.

These lessons are very effective in everyday living to give relief to  some of those diagnosed with these disorders.

Practice diaphragmatic breathing three times a day or when feeling anxious or panicky. This calms the mind and hence focus is placed on breathing correctly and not onthe physical symptoms that are all so real, while others (physicians included) claimthis is all in the mind.  I agree but atthat critical moment provisions of tools to help through this horrid experienceis essential.

Change the way you react to stress and learn to breathe accurately.

If you use your stomach and not your chest when inhaling and exhaling you can breathe again.

 

Be blessed



 

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