Panic attacks affect a large amount of the population (upwards of 20%) and can appear without warning, and often, without apparent cause. Like most medical conditions modern medicine has a way to fix it.
Your chest tightens and it becomes more difficult to breathe. You close your eyes and suddenly feel dizzy and disoriented. What’s happening? You may be experiencing a panic attack.
Panic attacks affect a large amount of the population (upwards of 20%) and can appear without warning, and often, without apparent cause. Like most medical conditions modern medicine has a way to fix it- but, before you go that route, often time’s home herbal remedies offer just the fix you need without the cost to your wallet or body.
There are many scents that are associated with peace and serenity- find the one that relaxes you the most. Smells that remind you of things such as a good memory or positive experience tend to work best.
It has been found that Lavender has calming effects and is a good way to help reduce physical or mental stress. If you are at home, burning Lavender oils in your incense burner is a great way to flood the whole room with the smell. Lavender scented soaps, bath oils, and hand lotions are plentiful and easy to come by. If you are in public or do not have access to an incense burner, putting Lavender scented hand lotion on is a good way to relieve stress (along with moisturize your hands).
Many people enjoy a nice cool beer at the end of the workday. The beer does not have enough alcohol to create any significant amount of intoxication but is associated with relaxation simply because of the users mood toward it.
It is important to note that enjoying one beverage when you are prone to anxiety or panic attacks is much different than drinking to the point of intoxication. Please understand the difference.