Anxiety attacks are frightening, but the good news is that the episodes are not usually dangerous. In the majority of cases the attacks do not last more than 30 minutes, with peak intensity within the first 10 minutes. What makes these dangerous attacks is if they become chronic, if they affect the well-being of a person, and if they disrupt your normal life.Various treatments have proven to be very effective in stopping anxiety attacks. Here are some: breathing technique is one of the most effective ways of controlling anxiety attacks. Proper breathing helps lessen the tachycardia and soothe tense muscles as a result of the attack. Breathing also diverts attention mental trigger and calm the person, thus halting the attack even faster. Proper breathing techniques are easy to learn and master.Self-hypnosis is a great tool for altering his thought process as well as the body reaction to the frightening thoughts. During the attack of anxiety be dropped on his back or in any comfortable position and try to process their thoughts.
Identify the source of such thoughts. Know if they are real. If he is concentrated enough in finding the origin of thoughts, soon assumes that they are not a valid reason for an excessive fear. It may sound simple, and it is. Psychiatrists now recommend the auto-hypnosis as a treatment for anxiety attacks and other related disorders.
(Hypnosis and therapy cognitive behavioural therapy can be used by your therapist to stop symptoms and anxiety attacks)Meditation has been accredited for a long time as a means of relieving stress and anxiety since it promotes the release of negative energy from the body, relaxes tense muscles and calm the mind, which in turn, reduces effectively the irrational fear and apprehension. Meditation may not be for everyone by the time required to master the technique, however, with appropriate expert guide or a little patience and dedication, you can enjoy its benefits.Natural herbs (such as Chamomile, lavender, ginkgo biloba) are very effective treatments in the long term for anxiety attacks. given that are natural, have no side effects. They may not be as aggressive as prescription drugs but they work just as effectively.Prescription medicines are of great help to stop anxiety symptoms and episodes of anxiety attacks. Antidepressants are the most common treatment. They should be taken continuously, which can require up to 6 weeks before you notice the effects. The beta-blockers are a type of drugs that prevent the recurrence of symptoms. The SSRI or selective inhibitors of the reuptake of serotonin increases the level of serotonin in the brain that regulates and normalizes the emotions.Therapies are an important anxiety treatment. These attack the psychological aspect of anxiety. CBT or cognitive-behavioral therapy is used to alter the way people think turning negative thoughts into positive. The techniques used in CBT or TCC include game role and technique of relaxation. Exposure therapy exposes the person to the physical sensations of panic and controlled environment. Through repeated exposure, patients gain greater self-control and more confidence in addressing the threatening situation.Prescription medicines and therapies, when combined, are very effective. Medical studies show that patient response rate is much higher if both methods are used compared with those who are treated with one single.