#Panic_attack

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  • pallavi4 25w

    How to survive a Panic Attack

    On a day where everything seems fine
    And you perceive a threat or some stress
    You feel you have a racing brain
    And anticipate an exposure to certain situations again
    Maybe the situations become triggers or banes

    Feel intense fear and anxiety
    Discomfort and chest pains
    Have a feeling of being unsteady, lightheaded and faint
    And one of unreality and detachment from self
    Feel numbness, palpitations and a pounding heart
    Have a feeling a shortness of breath and smothering
    Trembling, shaking and sweating
    Choking and having a fear of losing control
    The feeling of severe nausea
    A feeling like dying and going crazy
    Having a feeling of everything going hazy

    It is time to try:
    Deep and mindful breathing
    Becoming aware of your body
    Practice progressive muscle relaxation
    Thinking calming thoughts and visualisation
    Taking anti depressant/ anti anxiety medication

    @pallavi4

    30th of November, 2021

    Pic credit: Pinterest, picture credited to its rightful owner- No 69 by amoc777 on deviant art

    #wod #howto #panic_attack #anxiety #mental_health #anxiety_attack @writersnetwork #miraquill #writersnetwork #poetry #pod #writerscommunity @miraquill

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  • pallavi4 58w

    Recipe for getting through a panic attack

    1 tbsp of a day where everything seems fine
    5 tbsp of the perception of a threat or stress
    2 tbsp of a racing brain
    7 tsp of the anticipation of exposure to certain situations again
    3 tsp of the situations becoming triggers or bane

    After Simmering for 5 mins on low heat, add

    2 tbsp of a feeling of intense fear and anxiety
    1 tbsp of discomfort and chest pains
    1 tbsp of feeling unsteady, lightheaded and faint
    1 tsp of the feeling of unreality and detachment from self
    1 tsp of numbness, palpitations and pounding heart
    2 tbsp of feeling a shortness of breath and smothering
    1 tbsp of trembling, shaking and sweating
    1 tbsp of choking and fear of losing control
    1 tbsp of severe nausea
    1 tbsp of feeling like dying and going crazy
    1 tsp of everything going hazy

    During these 10-20 mins try adding the below given list for improving the recipe .....

    5tbsp of deep and mindful breathing
    2 tbsp of becoming aware of your body
    2 tbsp of progressive muscle relaxation
    2 tbsp of thinking calming thoughts/ visualisation
    1 tsp of anti depressant/ anti anxiety medication

    Stir and remove from stressful situation
    Once simmering ends, serve immediately
    (Avoid further stress triggers and anxiety)

    @pallavi4

    13th of April, 2021

    Pic credit: Pinterest, picture credited to its rightful owner- No 69 by amoc777 on deviant art

    Rewritten and reposted from 24th of October, 2020

    #wod #recipe #panic_attack #stress #panic @writersnetwork #writerstolli #writersnetwork #mirakee #mirakeeworld #readwriteunite #thepoetrycommunity #poetry #pod #writerscommunity @mirakee

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  • pallavi4 82w

    Recipe for getting through a panic attack

    One, 1 tbsp of a day where everything seems fine
    Two, 5 tbsp of the perception of a threat or stress
    Three, 2 tbsp of a racing brain
    Four, 7 tsp of the anticipation of exposure to certain situations again
    Five, 3 tsp of the situations becoming cues or triggers

    After Simmering for 5 mins on low heat, add

    Five, 2 tbsp of a feeling of intense fear and anxiety
    Six, 1 tbsp of discomfort and chest pains
    Seven, 1 tbsp of feeling unsteady, lightheaded and faint
    Eight, 1 tsp of the feeling of unreality and detachment from self
    Nine, 1 tsp of numbness, palpitations and pounding heart
    Ten, 2 tbsp of feeling a shortness of breath and smothering
    Eleven, 1 tbsp of trembling, shaking and sweating
    Twelve, 1 tbsp of choking and fear of losing control
    Thirteen, 1 tbsp of severe nausea
    Fourteen, 1 tbsp of feeling like dying and going crazy
    Fifteen, 1 tsp of everything going hazy

    During these 10-20 mins try adding the below given list for improving the recipe .....

    Sixteen, 5tbsp of deep and mindful breathing
    Seventeen, 2 tbsp of becoming aware of your body
    Eighteen, 2 tbsp of progressive muscle relaxation
    Nineteen, 2 tbsp of thinking calming thoughts/ visualisation
    Twenty, 1 tsp of anti depressant/ anti anxiety medication

    Stir and remove from stressful situation
    Once simmering ends, serve immediately
    (Avoid further stress triggers and anxiety)

    @pallavi4

    24th of October, 2020

    Pic credit: Pinterest, picture credited to its rightful owner- No 69 by amoc777 on deviant art

    #recipec #recipe #panic #panic_attack #awarness #mental_health #unusual #informative_poems @writersnetwork #writerstolli #writersnetwork #mirakee #mirakeeworld #readwriteunite #thepoetrycommunity #poetry #pod #writerscommunity @mirakee #writersbay @writersbay

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  • _janedoe_ 98w

    In those languor October days, I was suffering from anxiety disorder, actually it all started with the ending of my half yearly examination. I took a medical leave from school and sat back home for my further preparation. My half yearly didn't go well and I was yearning to push myself harder. I used to get numbness sensation frequently, even though it used to be for a few seconds but still I was petrified and frequently thought "what was happening to me?"
    It was a full moon night. I was sitting on my study table. Something was different, something unusual was happening with me, although those days were a bit stressful because of my changed study routine but I didn't have a note of it. I felt a different kind of pain cracking my limbs down, a sudden freezing of my hands were taking place. I felt my heart was bombarding every second. My migratory mind was overfilled with lame thoughts. My stomach felt like a mammoth stone was kept at it and it was getting difficult to keep my spin straight. I was alone in my room and thought everything would be fine.
    I felt like crying, only thought which was frequently striking my mind was" I shall cry myself to death" and how could I accept I was feeling suicidal. My feet gave up and I was even unable to move. My body was suffering from a lethal pain and then I suddenly picked up my phone and scrolled down my contact diary from A to Z. There was no one whom I could tell my pain to, whom I could open my heart and cry, whom I could rely upon, there was no one. I was shocked by this discovery.
    It was around 12 at night and that temporal thing which was happening to me was turning detrimental. I turned into a deranged person and soon my condition deteriorated. In a state of dilapidation I lay down myself on the floor and soon I was asleep. After a long, struggling night, after a trip I got up in good health. I was fine now, everything which happened jolted my whole body and soon after, I came across an article on Google and discovered that things which I felt were named as "A PANIC ATTACK."
    #Panic_attack#depression#anxiety#be_strong#love#novicepoet

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    My First Panic Attack

    ©_janedoe_