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Panic Attacks? Anybody got a cure?

 
BillyX
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I suffer panic attacks once every few months if not more often & im so tired of it, ive tried a couple of SSRI/SNRI type drugs and they dont make a difference the only real thing that helps are benzos (valium, xanax etc) but those drugs are addictive as fuck and not a real long term solution.

I had a panic attack while driving today and had to pull over as i felt my arms going numb & tingly about to lock up. With some deep breathing exercises i was able to only make it a mild panic attack not a full blown body locks up style one but honestly there has to be something out there than prescription drugs that can cure it. Has anybody here who suffers from the same sort of issues ever found a way to avoid it all together.

Also nothing really brings these panic attacks on they just occur randomly for no real reason, im tired of living like this & wish i could find some alternative to the options doctors have offered me!
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You need to identify what is bothering you...Writing all your thoughts in a journal can help...Avoid caffeine and other stimulants...
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Try this:

Put 2 parts worcestershire sauce, 1 part honey and 3 parts tabasco in a bowl. Mix it thoroughly. Put your index finger in the bowl then ram your finger up your ass.
Pearl Harbor was an inside job.
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CURE
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my husband got rid of them naturally ...

stop stressing and find peace ...avoid crappy foods and alcohol

my advice would be find peace with the one real Yahweh ....
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Hi there Billy X ,

Years ago a wholistic practitioner taught me this method
for crippling anxiety attacks

It's a form of acupressure that you can do yourself

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Tapas Acupressure Technique Taps Into Trauma

by Lakshmi Collins
Certified Hypnotherapist and Creator of Cristal Verde: Innovative Solutions for Non-Profit Organizations

Tapas Fleming developed the Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT) protocols for use in anxiety disorders, phobia, trauma, allergies and problematic relationships. It is particularly useful in mass trauma, such as the September 11th scenario, for several reasons.

TAT is very simple to learn. TAT always utilizes the same 4 basic points on the head, where many acupuncture meridians merge and enter the brain. These points are:

# The inner corners of each eye

# Between the eyebrows (up about ½ inch)

# The back of the head (occiput point)

Light pressure to these points during the TAT treatment (usually applied by the client) opens up a flow of energy that allows the brain to process "stuck" information adaptively. While these points are activated, the client is taken through a series of statements, which focus the attention on the dysfunctional emotional or behavioral pattern. The energy flow created by activating these points is often equated with light. It dissipates the original trauma underlying the emotion or behavior, thereby releasing its grip on the client.

TAT addresses previous traumas that may be connected subconsciously to the current incident. Many immigrants and refugees have come from places where incidents similar to September 11th have occurred. Traumas have a tendency to "bundle" and build on each other. For them, this has been particularly painful because they must deal with September 11th plus all of the previous incidents of violence, destruction and loss. Whole communities are experiencing nightmares, flashbacks, depression, and constant anxiety on a higher level than the US population in general.

TAT is less language intensive than some other forms of intervention. TAT is especially useful for populations such as immigrants with limited English and children who can't adequately express their feelings. The healing is done "behind the scenes", by focusing the individual's attention on the issue as they see. For this reason, it is only important that the person themselves be clear on the issue. The therapist need not be privy to the details.

TAT is an empowering tool that can be offered to patients / clients. Because the acupressure points and the steps are always the same (modified only to fit the current issue) people can utilize it themselves whenever they feel stressed. This is essential in an environment such as NY in which triggers abound.

TAT does not need to be administered individually to be effective. Because success depends on the individual focusing on their issue and following the process, it can also be taught to large groups at the same time. It has been used extensively in Mexico, Central America and South America to help victims of natural disasters. Dr. Jose Ignacio Jarero (Ed.D. Ph.D., B.C.E.T.S., B.C.E.C.R., C.T.) works with survivors of traumatic events. He is the Founder and President of the Mexican Association of Crisis Therapy. In 1998 and 1999 Dr. Jarero led teams of volunteer professionals who used TAT with large groups of children and adults after natural disasters in Mexico (floods), Nicaragua (floods and landslides), Colombia (earthquake) and Venezuela (floods and landslide). TAT was their preferred protocol because it is so easy to teach and apply. Both children and adults often began with SUDs (Subjective Units of Distress) measuring 10 and reported significant reductions after single treatments. Although they still face a long and difficult recovery process, their chances are better if the trauma was cleared relatively quickly and does not drain energy that can be focused on the future. These huge natural disasters can be equated in many ways with September 11th in New York, as large segments of the population were simultaneously effected; loosing in a moment, homes, family and livelihoods - their realities.

TAT has proven very effective with children. It can be self administered by even children to alleviate fear and stress. It was used with great success with over 1,600 children in temporary camps set up after disasters in Mexico, Central and South America. Note: Dr. Jarero wrote, "We call TAT for children 'The Magician's Hat' and we teach it to them like part of a story. The story we teach is that they are an assistant to a magician and whenever they feel scared, they put on the magician's hat and then they feel better."

TAT is a way for Practitioners to clear stress and dissociation as they work, so that negative energy is not accumulated. This is particularly important in cases of mass trauma in which we are more likely to become secondary trauma victims.

TAT is a loving and gentle experience, which produces deep and long lasting results. To those who practice TAT on a regular basis, it is clear that these acupressure points open a portal to a divine healing energy. The series of 7 steps takes the client through clearing, healing and forgiveness processes, and the physical and emotional effects are often described as "lightening of a burden". The clients often report new insights, acceptance and a broadening of perspective, as the acupressure points facilitate a "re-viewing" of the issue. The phobias, anxieties, allergies, etc. that are dissipated through this process seldom return. If they do they are greatly diminished and have lost their power over the client.

All in all, the speed, effectiveness and versatility of TAT make it one of the ideal tools at our disposal at this time. For more information on this visit Tapas Fleming's web site at [link to www.tat-intl.com]
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Is it anything particular that you are afraid of?
After my divorce i had some moments of spontaneous fear in certain moments. I blame it on an unconscious fear about my uncertain future i had then - now that its over.
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Try this:

Put 2 parts worcestershire sauce, 1 part honey and 3 parts tabasco in a bowl. Mix it thoroughly. Put your index finger in the bowl then ram your finger up your ass.
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The fake marine never misses a chance to go anal.
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get your sugar levels and hormones checked. When my sugar is low I go into a total panic attack, but it's not, it's your fear because the brain isn't functioning right with too little sugar.
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Try this:

Put 2 parts worcestershire sauce, 1 part honey and 3 parts tabasco in a bowl. Mix it thoroughly. Put your index finger in the bowl then ram your finger up your ass.


The fake marine never misses a chance to go anal.
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Especially when I'm fucking your mother.
Pearl Harbor was an inside job.
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I don't know how to stop you from getting them, but once your having one find something to read....Anything.

Apparently your mind can't focus on more than one thing, so reading stops yourself from making it worse.
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take magnesium ...

and stay off those drugs they won't work and long term effects are far worse
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Try this:

Put 2 parts worcestershire sauce, 1 part honey and 3 parts tabasco in a bowl. Mix it thoroughly. Put your index finger in the bowl then ram your finger up your ass.
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Marines are just Navy faggots trying to be more like the Army...
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Try this:

Put 2 parts worcestershire sauce, 1 part honey and 3 parts tabasco in a bowl. Mix it thoroughly. Put your index finger in the bowl then ram your finger up your ass.


The fake marine never misses a chance to go anal.


Especially when I'm fucking your mother.
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That's very helpful,

Don't you go posting here for advice now, will ya
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Try this:

Put 2 parts worcestershire sauce, 1 part honey and 3 parts tabasco in a bowl. Mix it thoroughly. Put your index finger in the bowl then ram your finger up your ass.


Marines are just Navy faggots trying to be more like the Army...
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What is a fake who plays marine on the internet then?
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I have panic attacks like you described and have had them for about 2 years now. I've had no luck whatsoever with anything except sedative medications. Antidepressants tried for a short time rather aggravated the problem for me, as do stimulants such as caffeine. Sometimes merely drinking too much coffee can trigger it. I take xanax as needed, usually after a full blown attack is underway. I realize I should probably take it before it gets bad, but like you, I can sometimes head them off and lessen their severity. I try to save my meds for absolute emergencies. I was referred to a therapist who holds group meetings with people with anxiety disorders- like AA, where you talk openly about the problem and cry on each others shoulders... Not for me. So I stick with my xanax and try to avoid triggers.
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Also nothing really brings these panic attacks on they just occur randomly for no real reason,
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There IS something that brings them on. You will find it in your subconscious. There is something in your life that you do not want to face as being incorrect, wrong or out of place. What ever that problem is you need to get rid of it, replace it, or accept it. With me it was a husband and how we were living. When he left, so did the attacks. No one should live with that deep seated, and invisible, anxiety.
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Its obvious that you need to smoke more.

The best tonic is chronic... stoner
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I've suffered from them my whole life, and know how much they suck...
For the most part, I've never had a script of Benzos to be able to rely on them to stop the panic attack...I've had to find other ways to deal with them.

I've found that they only happen when there is major stress in my life.
Cutting out the things/people that stress me out, keeps me from having them.
When I feel 1 coming on, most of the time I can 'talk my way thru it', by telling myself...'it's just a panic attack, there is no real danger...just breathe, and let it pass'.
The only time that dosen't help...is if I have been under huge amounts of stress, and see no way out of the situation.

Breif had a good suggestion, in identifying what is triggering them...and stay away from caffeine. Caffeine is a stimulate, will exacerbate the problem, even just a softdrink, or glass of iced tea is enough to make things worse.
I've also found that if I smoke MJ every day...I don't get them either. I think that it helps me stay relaxed, and not get all out of whack, worrying about stuff. Even those 'subconscious worries' that effect us, and we don't realize it....it helps put them to sleep.

Good luck to you....I hope you can find some relief from the awful things.
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Get super fucking raged and start kicking your own ass. That'll snap you out of it.
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There are plenty of very good self help books if you're interested:

[link to www.amazon.com]

That one has plenty of glowing reviews for instance.

Good luck. hf
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Breath into a small bag or paper sack.
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Simple answer : Weed then some rest then an awsome comedy and some more weed
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Read the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy,
especially the cover ;)
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I've had a couple because of genetic tendencies. They are unconscious, runaway implosions of fear without conscious foundation. Fear is a time tornado of the past returning to the starting point in your near present. Deflection by conscious and intense refocus on an internal "power source" causes those "tornadic runaways" to merely dissipate after a short while.

For me, I focus on the incoming time current out from the future and the infinite expanse. My consciousness moves away from a post present posture of those time tornados that are panic attacks, to a pre-present posture where those cannot exist.

I can't explain it any other way but technically, sorry. I know it's sounding like gibberish and I used to think it was when others said these things to me. Once you withold the Presence inside your consciousness, a whole new "language" of the Presence exists and words, art, music cannot faithfully nor accurately render for transfer to others. Sorry.
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Here's what I did :

1. avoid caffeine for 1 year (no coffee, no green tea)
2. avoid anti depressants
3. take fish oil supplements, HTP5, magnesium & b complex
4. drink lots of water

I did take xanax (perscription) and decide to get off the meds.
Now it's been 5 months since I had my last attack. They used to be almost daily. I used to avoid going out.

I also met someone..who helped me get better.
It was a long hard road..and I thought it was impossible. But I kept going. Hugs to you OP.
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my mum had panic attacks come on over a few years. Turned out to be a over active thyroid gland. she had it treated and been fine since.
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Quick Run for Cover it’s a PANIC ATTACK!!

Imagine, you’re on your own in a dark ally way and you find yourself confronted by an attacker, you’re being attacked!! Quick! What do you do? What is your response to being attacked? …..Counter attack! A counter attack doesn’t have to be a full blown Bruce Lee all out ninja kun chuck flying street fight, it can be as simple as firm resistance or in deed speedy retreat, either way you have countered or responded to the attack. Counter attack is exactly the right response when you are genuinely under attack from a force that intends to hurt you. However what if you weren’t under attack – what if your attacker didn’t want to hurt you, what if the attacker simply wanted to pass peacefully by? Would they still be an attacker? Would attacker be the correct label for them? Of course not, they aren’t going to hurt you, in fact they have no intention of it, they are just on their journey too.

Where is this going I hear you ask, well the truth of the matter is in the name, Panic Attack! The person who first coined the phrase ‘Panic Attack’ has done the rest of the world a real injustice never mind the injustice done to the innocent ‘feelings’ that got tarnished and blackened with the label ‘Panic Attack’. Now you’ve lost it I hear you say! Maybe not, just wait one minute. The term ‘Panic attack’ describes in two words a terrible situation that no one would ever want to be in – you are being ATTACKED by PANIC – oh no run for cover, the evil merciless dark lord PANIC is coming to ATTACK you!!! A shivery prospect – well done Mr first person who coined the phrase, you succeeded in making people afraid of themselves – the one person we should be 100% certain of.

There has been a terrible miscarriage of justice and its time the world found out the truth, an innocent set of sensations and feelings have been behind bars for too long, its time to set them free from the perils of injustice and reintroduce them as the innocent and peaceful feelings that they are, rather than the evil attackers that they have been previously portrayed to be.

Deed Poll have been contacted, the new official name for Panic Attack is ‘Emotional Release’. Emotional release is your friend! Your true unconditional friend, do you fear your friends? No of course not, but you may fear them if you thought they were going to attack you! So here in lies the problem, fear breeds fear. FEAR of FEAR is the ultimate FEAR because it is self propelling, the cycle cannot be broken. The more you run, the more you resist, the more you counter the attack, the stronger it becomes – fear wants you to resist, fear wants you to be afraid, fear wants you to run away and hide and PANIC. Fear, attack, panic, heart attack, more panic, oh no, even more panic, I’m going to die, supercharged panic!!!

So the term Panic Attack has started you off on completely the wrong footing with your feelings, the relationship has turned sour because you don’t trust them because someone told you they were bad – they will attack you, those evil panic feelings. You have been taught to fear them; you have learned to fear yourself. Surely you couldn’t fear yourself, no of course not you fear fear, and sure fear is some outer body sensation that comes from the ground!!?* No its not! it is YOU, you are the fear, you are your own fear, you fear your own self your own feelings! But why? Why do you fear your feelings why do you resist feeling your feelings, they only want to make you feel them once and then they’ll pass on by – you can’t get stuck in a feeling. We all know there are times in our lives when we feel really intense sensations and feelings of joy and happiness but we don’t stay with those feelings – we relish them, we embrace them and we live with them, live through them with no resistance we allow them free passage within our body and soul and it’s wonderful.

The fear of feeling is holding you back from the truth of life, fear of fear is fuelling a mental illness epidemic. Inner relationship peace making is required for those who have a fear of their own feelings, an attacker is no longer an attacker when we realise their true motive is nothing other than innocent and peaceful. We all need a new approach to accepting our own feelings, we should no longer fear them but rather welcome them – hug them in our minds eye, let them be what ever they are, let them pass on by without having a massive fight with them for just doing their job. Resisting them will only make them stronger and troublesome; they will cause a whole manner of problems if you don’t let them finish their perfectly natural journey.

What we have to accept as human beings is that we have ups and downs that carry emotional markers some of which are joyful and some of which are sorrowful but they both must be felt to remain balanced and grounded. Once we start accepting the good but resisting the bad we upset a natural equilibrium within. An Emotional Release (formally known as Panic Attack), is exactly what the new term describes, it’s a release of emotion, it’s the bodies own way of rebalancing the emotional system because of previous resistance causing an imbalance. Fear of this natural and liberating experience has an opposing effect so furthering the resistance and imbalance, so the next time you feel an Emotional Release coming – embrace it, see it for the good that it is, and enjoy the liberation and inner balanced peace that it brings. For a lot of you the very thought of having an emotional release / panic attack is enough to send you into one, that’s actually because the fear of having an emotional release / panic attack is enough to tip the scales of balance so far to one side that the body has to perform an emotional release to try and bring balance back, though when the body encounters massive resistance to this, a standoff begins and all hell breaks loose.

You trust your body to make you better when you have a physical illness – you just let it happen – why do you think your body doesn’t know how to cure spiritual uneasiness? Let go just let go and enjoy the re-awaking, good luck and god bless
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magnesium phosphate
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If you can, get hold of a book called 'Self Help with Your Nerves' written by Claire Weekes. It was first published about thirty years ago but it has a lot of really good info and advice. I found it very helpful.
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