How To End An Anxiety Attack

Police said that Hussain Bakhsh, a resident of Sotarki near Rahim Yar Khan, had filed a complaint with them stating that he and his family were asleep in house when a gang of eight robbers scaled the walls of his house and took them hostage. He said they tied up his family members and collected gold jewellery and Rs50,000. He said they were about to leave the house when members of his family started screaming for help. He said the robbers started shooting blindly killing two members of their gang. The rest fled. Police arrived at the scene and took the bodies into custody. Police said that the bodies had been sent to a mortuary for post-mortem examination.
Read More: Panic Attack: Robbers accidently kill 2 of their own – The Express Tribune

How to Survive a Panic Attack | Maria Senise

The coldness of the iron grill of a subway often sends shiver down our spine, the sudden fear of something quite unknown in the middle of a great crowd is almost bizarre. But that is panic, that is anxiety, and you are being eaten by it bit by bit. A panic or anxiety is a condition wherein adrenaline gets released into your bloodstream and a message of fear sends a signal to the adrenal glands that says there is an emergency. Your adrenal glands are pea-sized organs which sit on top of your kidneys and they are filled with adrenaline which when released into your body gives you a kick. A kick that heightens your response to emergency situations and this emergency response causes certain physical symptoms too, such as a heart attack or some other physical conditions. Here is how you can get over it, if you ever have an anxiety attack.
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7. Progressive muscle relaxation is another suggestion. You start with your toes, contract them, hold for 5 seconds, then release. You do this with each isolated muscle group as you move up your body. 8. Preparation or having “safety blankets” provides a sense of security that can greatly aid you in the midst of panic. For me, my sense of security involves me always having a bottle of water handy, mints or hard candy to calm me, along with my appropriate medication.
Read More: How to Survive a Panic Attack | Maria Senise


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