Immediate Anxiety Attack Relief Remedies

Achieving anxiety attack relief is the top priority for people suffering regular panic attacks.

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Understand that stress is a major contributor to anxiety.

With the demanding work and family schedules of today’s world, it’s no surprise folks are suffering from stress, and consequently, anxiety.

First, know that worry and stress are actually neurological as opposed to simply “feelings”.

Anxiety and fear is regulated inside your brain from within your amygdala.

The cortex receives signals from the amygdala when you experience fear or worry. Your cortex is the “rational” area of your brain and it can figure out whether this stressor is of great or small concern.

This process turns into anxiety when your cortex is sent multitudes of worry and fear signals. It becomes overloaded and this is when you experience anxiety.

Ride it Out

Understanding the above information, one of the ways you can deal with a panic attack is to let it take its natural course.

Knowing what to expect helps your body to take charge and deal with some of the symptoms of a panic attack naturally. If you’re aware of what’s going on, the attack will pass much more quickly and will be less distressful.

Take a Walk

This should preferably be a fast walk. Anxiety attacks heighten your body’s adrenaline levels, and you need to find a way to bring your adrenaline back down to normal.

Taking a quick walk will help to dispense a lot of the adrenaline associated with panic attacks, and will help you get back to normal much quicker.

Imagine You’re Somewhere Else

This remedy takes a while to develop, but with practice, can be very effective in dealing with panic attacks.

Create a special place in your mind to retreat to when you feel a panic attack coming on. This could be anywhere you have felt safe in the past.

Whether it’s at the beach or in the mountains, find a special place where you can retreat to when you get an anxiety attack.


Most people are dehydrated today because of a severe lack of nutrition in our food supply. Less people are drinking water as they turn to flavored and caffeinated drinks.

Pay close attention to your water intake. Keeping yourself hydrated helps increase your natural energy levels and has been attributed to lessoning the feelings of anxiety and stress.

Moving You Toward True Healing

Although these remedies are a great start, they don’t address the main issue. As we mentioned upfront, stress is the major contributing factor to anxiety attacks. You need to actively find ways to deal with stress, and you’ll consequently be dealing with your anxiety.

Although being able to effectively deal with panic attacks is fantastic, you also need to be able to stop the attacks from happening in the first place.

There are ways you can reduce or even completely alleviate the occurrence of panic attacks. One of the most successful ways to do this is through sound therapy.

Sound Therapy for Anxiety Attack Relief

Sound therapy has been used for many years for both anxiety attack relief and as a long-term cure for many illnesses and ailments.

Did you know that the ancient Egyptians and Tibetans used sound healing? This isn’t exactly new!

Remember when we talked about hydrating your body above? Your body is 70% water. Sound healing is effective in terms of emitting soothing signals to your body and vibrating your cells in a harmonious way.

A direct result is a reduction in anxiety. In fact, this type of therapy is providing help to children with autism and people with stress related physical conditions, such as chest and stomach pains, nausea, dizziness, headaches, high blood pressure, etc.

When you’re feeling stress and the resulting anxiety, we encourage you to seek out the benefits of sound therapy.

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