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Panic Attack Causes A Modern Epidemic?


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Panic attack causes are the work of pressure and stress, negativity and longing. Along with less and less social support. Today we work longer and longer hours, we get less and less fresh air and exercise, we are under pressure to perform. Let's face it there's a lot of competition. Competition alone would be alright, but throw in all the other factors and you've got the perfect recipe for panic attacks.

A person can only take so much stress without releasing it before it going to expose it's self like a geyser. Like an explosion. Like a power outage in your mind. Maybe you've been there? I know I have, and it's awful.

For many there is no real relaxation in life. No respite. We can't even sleep right. We are in a low grade state of shock throughout our entire lives. And what do we do? We turn to alcohol and coffee and drugs for support. And what do these things do, they make it much, much worse!

Add a big workload, a family problem, a poor diet, no exercise, no social support, and tons of stress and see what happens. You're going to blow a gasket. And, let me be the first one to tell you, that's ok. It happens. Time to move on and learn how to fix it.

With the right plan and the right support you can put panic attacks inside a little box and throw it away. Here's what works. Right diet, right exercise, take away the stressors, connect emotionally everyday, and learn how to retrain your brain. There's your blueprint for success.

Panic attack causes, no matter how strong, are not strong enough to contend with this plan. I've seen it work for many people including myself.

In a little more depth, here are some things you can do. Moderate your drinking, switch from coffee to tea, eat more protein, eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, start an exercise plan, reconnect with old friends. Make yourself do these things, you cannot be effective in your life if you're having panic attacks and a black cloud to floating over your head. Not only are you not effective, but is life just not as full and rewarding if you're having panic all the time.

Take away the stressors. What makes you stressed out? Whatever it is do something about it, confront it, take it out of your life. Don't let it consume you.

Lastly, you can learn to train your brain to stop panic attacks as they begin. It's life having a safety net far below you as you walk the tight rope of stress. Follow me to start creating your own safety net.


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