Panic Attacks Treatment
Here are some effective panic
1) Pep up your self-talk.
Command your brain and subconscious
that you are ready and able to face any panic attack or anxiety
that may come. Tell panic to "Bring it on!"
Your thoughts should also be
coupled by the right emotions. If you say to your mind you're
capable of conquering your fears and anxieties, but deep inside
you're feeling that you can't control it, your negative emotions
will take over. Your thoughts and emotions must work in harmony
to overcome panic attacks.
2) Visualize correctly and use
Many people are now aware of
how powerful visualization is. I have proven this when I was
able to become a streak basketball shooter without any practice.
All I did was vividly imagine the ball swooshing through the
net after gracefully releasing it from my hand.
Warning! Wrong visualizations
can trigger a counter effect. The way your mind thinks affects
your body. If you visualize that you are unable to control your
panic attacks, it will manifest itself into reality.
Here's how you can use your imagination
in treating panic disorders:
Imagine your panic disorder as
a creature that is ugly, awkward, small, and weak. Give panic
a different name that will signify your power over it. For this
let's say you named it "Weakling".
You want "Weakling"
to be out of your life because you are strong and mighty. Now
every time "Weakling" visits, do what you can to kick
it out. It doesn't deserve to be in your presence.
Every time you conjure horrible
images in your mind, get rid of them. "Weakling" loves
it when you suffer from those terrifying pictures in your head
because it feels more in control of you. Are you going to allow
that weakling to dominate you? Not a chance! So you have to
get "mad" enough to stomp those images out of your
mind to defeat that puny little "Weakling". Imagine
"Weakling" raising its hands in surrender because
it can't do anything against you.
Once those images vanish, "Weakling"
goes with them. Slowly but assuredly, you're treating
panic disorders. When you have successfully taken control
over your panic attacks, congratulate yourself, celebrate your
success, and enjoy your life!
Here to read Part 2 of Treating Panic Disorders - Amazing Tips
for Panic Attack Victims