Thursday, May 20, 2010

Panic Attacks, Anxiety Or Stress-Tell Me Your Story.

If you have had an Experience with Panic Attacks, Anxiety Or Stress-Tell Me Your Story.I would love to hear how others have been successfully dealing with there struggles. Even if things haven't gone exactly the way you hoped I would still like to here about it.(good or bad)

Leave your story as a comment below this post. If you have overcome your anxiety disorder and would like to share the techniques or medications that helped you to overcome your anxiety,stress or panic attacks Please feel free to leave that information below as well. (it may help someone else to find the proper treatment).

I would also encourage anyone who has a relevant link to a related website or blog to also leave it in the comment section but Please no Affiliate links or spamming.(I monitor all comments and inappropriate ones will be deleted.


Monday, May 3, 2010

Panic Attacks. Are They All In Your Head ?

If you suffer from panic attacks you have probably heard from at least one person that Panic Attacks Are All In Your Head. Well that might be true when you think about it literally, but when you break anxiety,stress and panic attacks down into there more basic levels, the all in your head argument doesn't  really make much sense at all

I bet some of you are thinking that this guy doesn't know what he's talking about! I've been suffering from anxiety and panic attacks for many years now and I can guarantee that have a lived with panic and anxiety long enough to understand the subject very well. I'm not a doctor or a mental health professional but I do know from experience that panic attacks are definitely not all in your head.

Take for example the fact that many sufferers(me included) do much better when they modify there lifestyles, such as exercises and healthier eating habits. These things are not all in your head they are external factors that can be modified, and in many cases they are all that is needed to bring you out of there constant state of panic and anxiety.

I am well aware that this is not true in all cases, however in the majority of cases these lifestyle adjustments will help to lower levels of anxiety and panic significantly. For instance just reducing sugar and caffeine intake or cutting them out completely can help to lower anxiety levels and in turn reduce the severity and frequency of panic attacks

Eating more nutritious whole foods and less junk and processed foods will help to replenish the nutrients that we lack as a result of poor eating habits I honestly believe that the majority of panic attacks are a result of poor lifestyles that eventually catch up to us over time. If you disagree/agree or just have you own opinions about what I have written, leave a comment. I welcome all feedback good or bad..

Monday, April 26, 2010

Panic Attacks,Anxiety and Stress-The Snowball Effect.

The Snowball Effect is a great way to describe Panic Attacks,Anxiety and Stress especially if they are left untreated. Like a snowball rolling down a snow covered hill, panic attacks,anxiety and stress can build up over a relatively short period of time until they become very difficult to manage.

The best option(in a perfect world) would be to not let these problems get out of control in the first place.But since we don't live in a perfect world and we all have busy lives it may be easier said than done.

The most important thing to remember about stress,anxiety and panic attacks is that even though avoiding the situations that causes them may help in the short term it will only make it more difficult to deal with those unavoidable things that happen to all of us eventually.

Finding ways to relieve stress is sometimes hard to do but if we take action before things snowball out of control it will make a big difference in the way we cope. We just need to take a bit of time to find ways of dealing with stress that works best for each of us.

There are many easy and effective techniques available for people of any age and skill,and with the internet being such a great source of information many of these techniques are available with just a few clicks of the mouse.

If you need some examples of techniques that are useful in lower stress levels click on this link (or one of the others above)-------->Techniques