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I'm having a panic attack every day?

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Last Updated: 06/29/2021 at 7:35pm
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Emily619
December 2nd, 2017 4:59am
That definitely sounds rough, and it sounds like you're handling a lot of stress! Coping with panic attacks can be difficult; however, utilizing healthy coping mechanisms, such as distraction methods, doing things you enjoy, being around friends and family, and so on, are all great ways to possibly reduce your panic attacks in the future. You can as well read the 7 Cups of Tea self-help guide regarding panic attacks -> 7cups.com/panic-attacks-help-online/
Anonymous
January 23rd, 2018 2:44pm
Panic attacks are usually caused by anxiety or worry, and while this can feel difficult to take on, there are ways to manage it. Using mindful and meditation, and creating a list of positive coping skills is just a few ways to manage anxiety
lilruben1960
June 29th, 2021 7:35pm
I am sure this feels extremely overwhelming. As a child, I had so many and never knew what they were. The answer in my home was to take a valium and drink a beer. As we know today this only leads to addiction.Eventually, I was taught how to relax through breathing it took a while to learn but it saved me from any future harm caused by drinking and drugs. One of the main things is to avoid situations that trigger the attacks until you learn how to deal with the underlying emotions that cause the panic attacks and keep practicing your breathing techniques.