4 Simple Steps to Stop a Panic Attack

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Panic Attacks Are Common
Many people suffer from frequent panic attacks and live their lives avoiding situations that cause fear in most cases is irrational. With this simple technique using the four steps, you can learn to stop a panic attack in as little as three minutes.
Stop a Panic Attack
Panic Attack

What is a panic attack?
A panic attack is a condition in which an excess of adrenaline enters your bloodstream. A message of fear tells your adrenal glands that there is an emergency.

The adrenal glands are triangular glands the size of a pea located in the anterior part of the kidneys. They're full of adrenaline that enters the bloodstream when your body increases its ability to respond to an emergency. Which your body responds this way causes physical symptoms that many people confuse with a heart attack or other serious physical condition. The misinterpret these symptoms can cause the fear response continue.

This is the process
Adrenaline causes the heart to pump more blood which is received by all the major muscles to increase your ability to run faster and increase the strength in his arms. The brain also receives more blood to increase their ability to respond to an emergency.

It takes three minutes from the time your brain sends the emergency signal until your body is full of adrenaline with more blood in the muscles of his arms and legs and brain. In that period of three minutes you will feel your heart beat stronger and blood flow throughout your body. For while their adrenal glands continue to receive the emergency message, they continue to produce adrenaline and unloading. When the brain fails to send the distress signal, your adrenal glands stop adrenaline rush.

It only takes three minutes to stop a panic attack
It only takes three minutes for your adrenals fill your body with adrenaline. And it only takes three minutes for your body to stop the reaction of adrenaline. If you stop a panic attack when it starts, the reaction has to only last three minutes.

It's very simple
The stop a panic attack is very simple. All you have to do is stop the emergency message they are getting their adrenal glands. Learn the four steps and your panic attack it will only last three minutes. Once you understand how this works, you never have to again suffer a panic attack again.

Learn These Four Simple Steps
If suffering from panic attacks is a recurring problem, note these four steps to the front of a card with a list of reassuring phrases behind. Mark it with strong colors that make it easier to find in your purse or wallet. Take it with you wherever you go until you memorize the steps and know them very well. Study these steps and learn them in advance. If you get an attack of panic, take your card immediately and follow the steps exactly. Once you learn the steps you no longer need from the card.

Full resolution
If you suffer from panic attacks often I suggest that you work with a practitioner of NLP (NLP) to resolve the cause of their anxiety. You deserve to live free from anxiety. Resolving what causes anxiety in a permanent manner is one of my areas of expertise.
Four Steps:
1. Relax
2. Stop Negative Thinking
3. Use reassurances
4. Accept Your Emotions

So they are implemented:

Step 1. Relax
Relax by taking slow, deep and full breaths. Calm yourself to remember that only you are giving a panic attack and it is not happening any more serious than that. Continue breathing slowly, deeply and completely. Slow, deep breaths and relax your whole body which is the first step to stop the excess adrenaline fill your body.

Step 2. Stop Negative Thinking
Stop negative thoughts by shouting the word "STOP !!!" so strong in his head. To shout the word "STOP" you are interrupting the emergency message that your brain is sending to your adrenal glands. Often people having a panic attack get into a vicious circle themselves catastrophic repeated phrases over and over in his head. The interrupt this vicious cycle gives you the opportunity to replace the scary message with one of calm.

Step 3. Use reassurances
A reassuring statement is a positive phrase that is as strong or stronger than the catastrophic phrase that you used to create fear within you. Replace the negative thought with a positive one. Choose a phrase that contrareste negative thinking.

For example, if you think you are giving a heart attack (a common fear during a panic attack) then perhaps you are repeating the following mentally, "O God, is giving me a heart attack" or "I I will die, my God, I'm going to die! " After you shout "STOP!" reemplazca immediately fear that thought with a positive phrase that will help control the situation "is just giving me a panic attack and end in three minutes if I relax" or "My fear is causing my heart to beat stronger, my heart is fine. "
If you are walking down a street and is afraid to hear someone walking behind you, you could say, "I walked this street hundreds of times" or "I walk alone on this street every night when I go way home after work, what I'm hearing behind me is another person who is walking home after work. "
Other reassurances could be "I passed this experience many times and can do it again" or "I'm fine, everything's fine."

Think of all the scary thoughts that cause panic and then make a list of reassurances that you can read when it needs instead of thinking about them when you are giving a panic attack.
Note: If your response to fear is a real danger, I would suggest that you consider choosing new ways to handle those fears. If you are concerned about your health, consult your doctor.

Step 4. Accept Your Emotions
Accepting your emotions is very important. Minimizing this experience usually only serves to repeat.
Start by identifying that emotion is feeling. Most panic attacks are caused by the emotion of fear or a variation of fear. Identify that emotion is feeling and find a reason why you feel.

Give validity to what you are feeling and the reason for it. If you are giving a panic attack before giving a speech, then you feel afraid because it is something that causes fear. Feeling fear of being in front of an audience is a common cause of fear and panic. If you feel afraid that you are giving a heart attack, it is valid to feel fear of that. If you are afraid to hear the footsteps of someone walking behind you is reasonable to be afraid that something bad might happen.

In all these cases take the necessary precautions. Visit your doctor regularly to confirm that your heart is healthy. Walk on a well lit street and be aware of your surroundings when walking. Walk like a warrior and not a victim. These important precautions to ensure their safety. Then, when you use a calming phrase that reminds you that you went to see his doctor recently and that his heart is right, and you can ensure yourself that does not have to be afraid knowing that you are safe and sound.
Fear is a positive emotion that reminds us to take care of ourselves. Pay attention to your emotions, take care of yourself, and keep your emotions in proportion to the situation to keep everything in perspective.

Many people no longer suffer from panic attacks after learning these steps. However, there is a more powerful solution to permanently resolve the anxiety and panic responses and give happiness and freedom on their emotions. Your mind has the power to influence in a very powerful way their negative situations strategies. By using hypnosis or NLP (NLP - a powerful way to change or enhance their cognitive process), we can achieve any goal, resolve any problems and create excellence you want in every area of your life.

You can become the person you want to be.