05 Nov 4 steps to recover from unavailable anxiety and panic symptoms
Face your symptoms
Celebrate them until they no longer care. A little girl feels invigorated by facing the wind and learns that she can bear it without being defeated. Even panic will not defeat you. The body is designed to adapt to the stress response. The mind becomes acuter under stress. The fact that your symptoms trigger you will not drive you crazy. In fact, a certain amount of excitement sharpens the reactions. It is dissociation, not moderate excitation, which damages performance.
Relax, let go, and stick to the “Rattle” of the body. Get loose as much as possible, and then move on, instead of withdrawing from the dreaded symptoms and experiences. Bend like the willow, that’s why I love this tree so much the winds can not knock it down. Realize that over time, the excitement and intensity of symptoms will decrease due to the secretion of chemical messengers from the decrease in stress. Many people allow an electric flash to make them lose their lives out of fear. Go with him, never leave. Whatever your worst moment, learn that those symptoms will pass.
Float With a deeply relaxed body
The paralysis in a panic is simply by over-tensioning the body, breathe gently and peacefully and see yourself floating forward like in a cloud or in the water. There is no struggle, strong determination, or tightening of muscles – this increased arousal. Similarly, trying to erase or forget memories also creates tension. Accept them as ordinary. Act and do anyway what you want to do.
Let time pass
A sensitized nervous system is not going to heal from one day to the next. So give him time to readjust his chemistry and learn new ways to react to stressors.
It is very important that at first if you are a “beginner” in this go with a professional since the fright is too much, one thinks that he is going crazy, or that he has a brain tumor, or that he is dying of an attack cardiac. Learn skills, have someone to talk to without being embarrassed, and learn how to handle them, very easy to say that do. “But to be paralyzed by the spirit of fear, when God made you and the whole world free to navigate and pass-through this world happily yet with all the challenges you have to face as part of your growth as a human being.
Meanwhile, if you are struggling with your addiction while also having problems with taking control of your panic attacks, it is best to know what medications you are prescripted to. For example, for people with opioid addiction, it is best to research online suboxone ingredients to give you an idea what it does to your body.”
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You can go deeper into the techniques I use with my patients in the “Manual for Curing Panic Attacks, Phobias, and Anxiety “.