Beating Anxiety



Get to know anxiety





Consult your local library, medical professional, and check out a few internet sites to start with. Usually a particular web site will belong to an organization. In this case, panic attacks have several organizations that are not interested in turning a profit but rather want to help those suffering with this affliction. 

In reality, there is not a particular known reason for people who experience these attacks, they are in short a body’s way of dealing with an overwhelming feeling in one way or another. Some Symptoms of an Anxiety Attack One of the main symptoms of an anxiety attack is extreme fear. Now, fear may be acknowledged as a symptom of anxiety, but in reality it is just the end result of the real symptoms. 

The brain dedicates its energy elsewhere, the lungs work harder, the heart pumps faster, and the blood thins due to lack of cellular support. Effectively a panic attack is a multi-system attacker as oppose to being just about one organ or bodily system. With such broad symptoms, the body definitely takes a lot of punishment from a panic attack. 

If you have ever experienced a panic attack, then you know the feeling of terror that accompanies them, as well as the crippling fear that it might happen again. If you are one of the three million Americans who have had multiple panic attacks, you should know that there are ways to control panic attack symptoms. 

Many people who do have an attack tend to clutch at their chest in fear of a heart attack or other ailment, when in reality they are experiencing anxiety. Shortness of Breath Shortness of breath is another anxiety attack symptom that is seen a lot because of someone feeling panicked due to other symptoms they are experiencing. 

Vitamins and amino acids can be combined successfully to help reduce the occurrence of panic attacks. Research vitamin B-complex, Omega-3 fatty acids, 5HTP, sAMe and L-taurine to see if they might benefit you in controlling your panic attacks. Some have found aromatherapy to be quite helpful. Scents like frankincense, neroli, sage, rose, ylang ylang and bergamot have been found to effectively calm people out of panic attacks when they start.