7 natural remedies for a panic attack

Panic attacks are defined as crises that originate when the autonomic nervous system gets confused and interprets a series of signals in a wrong way, which leads to a borderline situation.

The person who experiences it perceives that he is facing imminent danger, feels threatened and vulnerable and, in order to “survive”, he reacts by tensing muscles, sweating, increasing palpitations or hyperventilating.

When this happens in situations that are no real threat and you can not regain control, you are facing a panic attack

What are the symptoms that precede that situation? An anxiety crisis occurs suddenly and the body begins to have very obvious physical reactions: dizziness, dry mouth, sweating of the hands and armpits, tremors, tachycardia, lack of oxygen, throbbing pain in the stomach or head, vomiting and crying.

Who suffers for the first time these crises feels that he is going to die, he feels that something similar to a heart attack is happening to him and that causes even more “fear”.

There is an uncontrolled physical reaction that multiplies anxiety, so you enter a dangerous spiral of nerves.

If there is any doubt, it is best to go to the emergency room, where they will confirm that everything is fine physically and that the organism is not suffering any mishap and then the natural remedies can be applied, which are detailed below:
Popular remedies
Remedy for panic attacks # 1: Breathe deep to regain control, it must be clear that the body is not happening and that at no time life is in danger. It is necessary to say that what you feel is just a psychic question. Then it is necessary to sit or lie down and close your eyes.

Remedy for panic attacks # 2: Wet the face and neck with cold water.

Remedy for panic attacks # 3: Pour 2 tablespoons green tea leaves into a cup of hot water. Leave infused for 5 minutes. Add, if desired, a splash of lemon juice and a few drops of honey. Take 2 times a day. This remedy, according to research carried out, helps to reduce the stress of the organism and improves moods. Hence, it is considered ideal to combat panic attacks.

Remedy for panic attacks # 4 Place the palm of the hand on the right epigastrium (the part above the liver) and press ten to fifteen times, quickly and forcefully. This acupressure remedy should be applied, preventively; in the morning, immediately after waking up and before getting up. This is an acupressure remedy.

Remedy for panic attacks # 5 Tighten the points found when hitting the middle finger with the thumb put. You have to hit hard five times in a row. This remedy immediately feels that the attack is happening
Remedy for panic attacks # 6 Press the wrists, precisely in the place where the pulse is taken. The most indicated for this is to use the thumb of the other hand, but trying to press only two or three times, with brevity and without excessive force.

Remedy for panic attacks # 7 Place the middle finger in the fold of the skin between the nose and the upper lip. and press the skin hard against the teeth. Even if you notice an unpleasant sensation, keep pressing this point. You will soon see that the concomitant symptoms disappear.

Recommendations
Going to a professional to try to identify the situations that cause these attacks and the person can then “reeducate” the brain to understand that, in reality, these situations are not dangerous and that it is not necessary for the body to be put on “alert red. ” It will also be the professional who gives some guidelines in case it happens again.
What techniques are used? It is taught to act through two ways: one preventive and another palliative. For example: We must induce positive thoughts to counteract those negative ones that escape and thus put the mind to “our favor”.

At the moment the attack is perceived, the brain must be instructed to focus on other activities that will be incompatible with the “worrying” thoughts it is feeding. This unlocks the mind. And, above all, think positive: “I will overcome the panic, I will guide my thoughts, with this control of my mind and breathing slowly, I will get it”.

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How social media is ruining your life

Social media dramatically changed the way we communicate, socialize, and make and maintain friendships. While there are benefits to living in a digital world, there are also risks. Today’s youth miss out on critical social skills development when they spend the majority of their free time connected to and interacting through a screen. They can also get lost in a world of unrealistic comparisons, cyber bullying, and feeling left out.

Research shows an increase in major depressive episodes from 8.7% in 2005 to 11.3% in 2014 in adolescents and from 8.8% to 9.6% in young adults. The increase was larger and only statistically significant only in the age range of 12 to 20 years.1 Clearly depression is on the rise among teens, the question we need to ask ourselves is how much does technology and social media contribute to it?

It’s no big secret that connecting via texting, Instagram, and Facebook can include harsh judgments and comparisons. It’s easier to make statements on a screen that would otherwise be difficult to verbalize face to face. And disjointed shorthand conversations can easily result in misunderstandings. It doesn’t help that digital communication occurs at a rapid pace, one that is difficult to process at times.

One report by the Royal Society for Public Health in the UK surveyed 1500 young people, ages 14 to 24, to determine the effects of social media use on issues such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and body image. Their findings show that YouTube had the most positive impact, while Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and SnapChat all had negative effects on mental health.2

While these findings might make you want to delete all social media apps and ban your teen from any digital communication, avoidance isn’t the answer. Teens use social media to connect, seek friendship and support, and even ask for help at times. A better bet is to understand how and why your teen uses social media, stay connected, and know what to look for if your teen shows unexplained emotional changes.

Watch this video and make your own conclusions


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how to stop accumulating stuff at home

At home we normally accumulate things in the corridors, in the corners in the kitchen, children rooms and everywhere. We fill the storage room with boxes and you think I will soon throw it away, but time goes by and they’re still there.

That happen when suddenly you get the motivation to become minimalist and you pile up all the things that no longer have space in your life sometimes it’s just a few bags of clothes but most of the time it can be boxes and boxes of things you don’t use. It is important to get it out of the house as soon as possible, because until you have removed them from home you do not start to truly experience liberation and also because many times it is not easy to make the decision to let go of certain things and if once you have already had the courage to do so, you continue to see them every time you pass by because there is a good chance that you will put them back in your closet.

The reason why this happens to many people is not because you are lazy or stupid, what happens is that normally you do not know how to do it, we lack the information so when it comes to getting these things from home we face three main problems:
1-You do not want to throw everything away because there are many things that are in good condition and that can still be used even if you do not want or need it.
2- You have things that cannot be thrown into the normal container of your building or house like old phones, computers etc.
3- You have a lot of things to throw it away and you don’t know how to transport it.

With the things that can still be used we can do two things to sell or donate, if you have objects that are still in very good condition and have a certain value you can sell them in the second-hand market there are thousands of websites like Ebay where you can sell them but this takes time and dedication especially if there are many things you will have to value if it compensates you or not take it, the other option is to donate them but sometimes the charity organizations that are in charge of receiving this type of things are very busy because they received a lot of donations and are normally saturated but all this depends on the country where you live.

The best thing about donation is to look in your city where you can donate things, for example to homeless people, in the church, in places where you think they may need donations.

When you have things that do not go in the normal garbage, such as electrical, furniture or chemical products, the easiest thing is to call the company that collects the garbage in your city to request information. Usually the counties have a home collection service in case you do not have a car, of course it is a service that must be paid but it is worth it since they will take everything and you will not have to waste time thinking about where you can throw it away or donate it. It is important to separate the different types of things according to the materials that make them up because it is much easier recycle.

Well, now you no longer have an excuse, maybe you have the excuse that now with the quarantine due to the COVID- 2019 things get a little complicated, but don’t give up, you see that there are many options and there will be many more if you inform yourself, take action as soon as possible and stop accumulate garbage, the feeling of emptying your house of all those things is wonderful, you will see.


If you have any other ideas or advice that I have forgotten, leave it here below in a comment.

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