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


  1. Thanks for covering this important topic

  2. It sure is a snow ball effect, the more you fear an attack the more chance of having another attack, then another attack increases your fear of having further attacks and so on. It's a never ending spiral that can be very difficult to get out of.

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  5. Great post..It's important to realize that the fear of another panic attack can cause high anxiety.High anxiety can cause weird bodily sensations which can make you react with panic again..."Is this a heart attack" was a common reaction I used to have...

    The first panic attack is usually the worst because you have no idea what is happening to you..But the snowball effect can be broken...As weird as it sounds actually wanting to have another panic attack can break the cycle.

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