How to Prevent Panic Attacks at Work or Socially


How to Prevent Panic Attacks at Work or Socially. Anticipation of what might go wrong is common. You anticipate how ugly you will feel, how "everyone" will know something is wrong and you can't stand the shame or embarrassment of someone seeing you like this. Oral dryness, palpitations, feel subtle. You tell yourself to stop blushing, to stop shaking but it only seems to get worse. You can hear your heart pounding against your chest, it should look like a cartoon, pounding in and out. Where is the escape, where can you go?...

How to Prevent Panic Attacks at Work or Socially

Unfortunately, many people suffer without anyone noticing. They could maintain a peaceful exterior but their insides trembled. Thoughts drive feelings and feelings drive thoughts.

What happened means that your mind has interpreted this incident, small or large, to be a life threatening one. when this occurs, the fight or flight alarm is activated. This means the sense of self-preservation.

Unnecessary actions such as digestion are slowed down because the blood supply must go to where the action is needed, namely the arms (to fight) and the legs (to escape).

Saliva disappears because this is the original part of the digestive process. Some people experience the need to urinate or evacuate the contents of the stomach (all part of releasing unnecessary loads). Blood flows from the brain so that the brain is now in a primal state, not relatively oxygenated and the blood functions logically.

It is a matter of survival, of finding an escape, with no time to weigh the pros and cons. This means a fundamental response.


How can you stop this cycle? Using knowing that where your mind feels a life or death threat, the reality is that you are afraid of being evaluated in an exclusive way or of having to "do" i.e. the emphasis will be on you and you are afraid of the "judgment". This is throwing back at school and speaking in front of the class and possibly making mistakes, others laugh and your mind interprets this as something that is never done again. Every time you have to repeat a scenario, feelings and thoughts become overly excited, your mind does its best to free you by asking you to avoid it. but this is not the way to live your life. Therefore, you have to start reframing the program before you get it.

Previously:

1. Think about how you felt at the end of the night when you were successful or holding on well (whatever the situation). What it means to you - to have this sense of accomplishment that something you thought would be difficult is actually okay.

2. How do you need to be different for this to work? Take a look at your successful self and go back to the beginning at night and notice how different you are from your generally scared self. What's the difference? Hint: pay attention to body language, self-actualize yourself, hear your voice - everything is more comfortable.

3. Step back further into the program, listen to your self communicate - the mandatory terms "I'm fine", "I feel at peace" or even shorter "calm down", "relax". It's not what you don't want but what you want and feel.
four. Starting from this point, how to relax yourself more - play music that eases your mind and body. Tell yourself that you are surrounded by people who care about you and If something panic happens, anyone who would be amused by this speaks volumes for their personality type because most people want to help and ease your discomfort. Remember those who think, don't mind, and most importantly, don't mind.

These thoughts put a lot of pressure on you and once the fear is dampened, you start to take control.

Tips during the program:

1. Keep terms like "peaceful" and "relaxed" in front of your mind. these words are unnecessary because the mind instinctively knows what they are.

2. Continue to inhale the water. This keeps the expression moist and mimics saliva.

3. Roll your shoulders to relax this (this can be done in the restroom) because it reduces tension in the body and creates a physiological response to relax muscles.

4. Keep your favorite song playing in your head while you focus on it, it will take you to a more muted time.

5. Remember to breathe.

6. When in a conversation, instead of thinking of something very smart to say, listen to the other person, observe something about them, earrings, tie and this helps to focus your mind outwardly rather than inwardly.

Post-mortem:

1. Focus on what is good about the evening. We are ingrained in emphasizing the negative but this needs to change.

2. Think about what could be better next time and how you will make it happen.

3. Thank you for helping you. All it ever wanted to do was help you but sometimes the interpretations were invalid. You have to say what you want, not what you don't want.

Every night while you sleep, think of three positive things that happened during the day. Think about how you would like to be tomorrow and you will begin to notice that every day you feel a little better about yourself.

We can spend a lot of time worrying about how people perceive us and how we will deal with situations that make us feel uncomfortable. Sometimes it feels overwhelming but it is your mind and body and you are in control. You just need to know how to do this. Panic and anxiety are conditioned responses and if you experience this you can also calm down but you have to want this. You are stronger as long as you think.
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