Let me tell you why the art of gratitude is such a great tool for ending anxious thoughts.
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Writing in your journal can be a great way to release any frustrations, stress, and anxiety. Not only does it help you release a lot of emotions, it’s also a great way to track your behaviors. I’ve attached a video that describes other benefits as well. It doesn’t take much to journal. All you need is something to write with and something to write on. I recommend you buy a notebook or use one that you already have and use it only for your journalling. Having all your journal entries in one place will help you look back at your old entries much easier. Write down information about each panic attack you have. Where you were. What you were doing? What were you thinking? Did you just eat? What did you eat? Who were you with? Or were you alone? Keep track of everything you can think of that happened before and after each panic attack. Once you know what is causing your panic attacks, it’ll make it easier to work on overcoming that issue. Leave your comments below how journalling has helped you.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted a motivational movie. I remember when I was having my panic attacks. Most days I needed as much motivation as I could get. So when I came across this video today, I felt the need to post it. It has a great message: Be Great, Powerful beyond measure. I love it. Enjoy the video.
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Here’s a great meditation to help alleviate your anxiety and panic attacks by clearing your 7 chakras, the energy centers of your body. This meditation will help you remove any blocks or negative emotions and replace them with positive thoughts and feelings. Start the video and either lie down or sit in a comfortable position and close your eyes. Happy meditating. Did you like this meditation?
Here’s a great video that will help you relax the muscles in your body. If you can take 10-15 minutes each day to listen to this video, it will help keep you more relaxed. The more relaxed you can be, the easier it will be to overcome your panic attacks. If your mind starts wandering while you’re listening to this, do your best to catch your self getting distracted and go back to listening to her guide you through the relaxation. It could take you some time to be able to do that. The more severe your panic attacks are, the more likely you have racing thoughts. If this is the case, do this exercise as much as possible and keep working on focusing on what she’s saying for a little longer each time you do it.
Acupuncture is another great way to reduce your anxiety and stress. Below is a great video that tells you why. He starts out with the causes of stress and common symptoms of stress. He then goes into how acupuncture can help you reduce your stress which will reduce your anxiety. The main organs that are associated with stress are the liver and the heart. He gives you other tips to do in addition to the acupuncture that will help you keep your anxiety levels down.
Here’s a short little video on how you can decrease your anxiety. She has great recommendations with decreasing caffeine and increasing anti oxidants. I also like how she emphasizes getting enough sleep, keeping stress down, and not turning towards food for a solution. I don’t know about you, but I notice a huge difference in my anxiety levels when I start eating high fat foods and caffeine. When I eat a more balanced diet, it’s much easier for me to keep my anxiety levels low or non-existent. What foods trigger or reduce your anxiety?
I came across this video today and wanted to pass it on to those who are new to yoga. I am a big advocate for using yoga as one way to overcome your panic attacks and anxiety. There are many reasons it helps you. The two major reasons I recommend it is because it helps relax you and it also forces you to work on your breathing. Both of those are an important part of overcoming your panic attacks. Leave your comments below with your suggestions of using yoga for panic attacks.