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Akire

One REALLY GOOD way to beat a major panic attack is to get angry in an appropriate manner - you certainly do not want to dig up angry memories of the past which will only make ongoing recovery more difficult.

My mum told me about this technique after ending up in Emergency for what she thought was a heart attack - but it was a major panic attack.

I later this technique very successfully when undergoing the start of a major panic attack. I felt my legs go numb up to my knees, and managed to hold it there. I knew that I had to get angry, but first I had to get back to my mum's place where I was staying. I waited calmly (somehow)for my mum to pick me up outside her local public swimming pool. I sat under a shaded tree well out of the way of people. She arrived 10-very-long-minutes late.

I then had to concentrate on getting my mum to drive me back to her rural property, which was 15 minutes away, and without creating her any anxiety (which she is highly prone to).

She kept on insisting that she wanted to stop off at her local General Store to pick up a gardening trowel. I had to keep reiterating in calm tones that I needed to get to her place without delay and that this was very important - I did not tell her about what I was undergoing until we reached the main gate to her property.

At this point I then explained what I was undergoing and that I needed to be driven right up to the front of the house. I then conveyed to her that I would be using ANGER to beat the panic attack. I did this in order to prepare her for the anger that would erupt from me as soon as the car stopped and I stepped out.

I threw my swimming bag to the ground and cursed vehemently - 'I F***ing hate this!' My anger was being directed at the hold that anxiety had over me.

I then proceeded down into my mums lower paddock, where I had complete privacy for others. I then started punching into the air aggressively, over and over for an hour.

I cursed this thing inside of me - I referred to it as the devil or the termite. I then repeated over and over the likes of:

'You Termite, this will be a fair fight and am not prepared to let you win'.

An important note: the day prior to this I was sitting peacefully outside the house on a wooden bench. I started reflecting upon the life of Jesus and as him being an example to humanity on how to deal with the failings of the human flesh. I also contemplated how he was tempted by the devil, over and over, during his time in the desert. He had to get through this experience in order that he could know the sins of the flesh - all in order that he could pass on his teachings to all with compassion, knowing what it meant to be truly human.

I HOPE THIS HELPS SOMEONE OUT THERE1

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GOPAL

I AM WORKING AS AN OILFIELD EMPLOYEE FOR THE LAST 7 YEARS, I WAS SUFFERING FROM PANIC ATTACK AROUND 2 YEARS SEVERELY EVEN THOUGH STILL THE FEELINGS EXISTS [I GOT MY MY FIRST PANIC ATTACK WHILE I WAS SITTING IN THE CREW BUS ON THE WAY TO THE BASE AS MENTIONED BY MAJORITY LIKE HEART ATTACK FEELING, THE SITUATION WAS SEVERE & HORRIBLE WITH MEMORY LOSS AND ALL OTHER SYMPTOMS DONT LIKE TO REMEMBER AGAIN, IN THAT PERIOD I GOT ADMITTED WITH THE MAJOR HOSPITALS IN THE LOCATION THEY MADE A THOROUGH CHECK UP FINALLY REACHED TO THE CONCLUSION AND INFORMED ME 'BODY & MIND IS MUTUALLY RELATED'.....NOW I STOPPED ALL THE MEDICATIONS FOR BLOOD PRESSURE ETC... DONE SOME YOGA EXERCISES FROM SHRI SHRI RAVISHANKER INSTITUTE [LIKE PRANAYAMA [THE BREATHING EXERCISE] ... TO REDUCE THE ANXIETY. ALSO MY CONCENTRATION IN THE WORK INCREASED, AND IAM AROUND 80% HAPPY

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