How to Get Over the Fear of Having a Panic Attack?
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Do you fear a panic attack could strike at any moment?
Sometimes people have the impression that their experience of anxiety is like being
hooked up to an electroshock machine and that it just takes a flick of the anxiety
switch to cause a flood leading to a full blown panic attack.
People in this situation often feel that they are lucky to make it through the day
without that switch been flicked but in the back of their mind they fear that it could
happen at any moment day or night. They remain on high alert anticipating it.
Anticipating the big one!
In fact, most people who experience panic attacks fear it in this manner. It is
natural for people to think this way as often the panic attacks come forcefully out of
The truth of the situation is however different. A panic attack does not lurk in the
background waiting to pounce, it can feel that way in your mind if you are anxious
but that is not how it really works.
Panic attacks are actually something we decide to initiate when we feel out of
control. It begins possibly with a skipped heart beat or tightness around the chest, it
is then that your mind fires off a thought warning that these sensations are very
unusual and signal a dangerous event that needs urgent medical attention or else…
The thought that triggers almost all panic attacks is:
“This is too much , I cannot handle this,” Then the adrenaline starts to really pump.
“Ah I was right look my body is going into a fit…
“I am terrified by what is about to happen…HELP,- PANIC… !”
The severity of the panic attack is directly related to how you are feeling at that time.
If you are exhausted physically, mentally or emotionally then you are more
vulnerable to feeling anxious.
After the panic attack has run its course, it is followed by a prolonged period of
general anxiety. During this time the person fears that the panic switch migh