How To Survive A Panic Attack | Maria Senise

There’s another company I like to use for my essential oils called doTERRA, which can be found at They are quite expensive, but their essential oil blends are so amazingly relaxing. I use their PastTense Tension Blend and ClaryCalm, and they help tremendously in taking the edge off. 5. Water is another natural substance we can use in helping calm the rush of nerves. Drinking cool water, splashing water on your face, or making a wet, cold compress to lay on the back of your neck or forehead can soothe the mind and body. 6. You wouldn’t think movement would help when your heart rate is already elevated, but in many cases, taking a walk can calm the anxiety and clear your mind.
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Under Pressure: What Is a Panic Attack?

A patient may become more anxious as cancer spreads or treatment becomes more intense. For some patients feelings of anxiety may become… Read the Anxiety Disorders article > > Panic attacks are truly terrifying and can happen without warning or reason, causing sudden fear and extreme nervousness for 10 minutes or more. Physical symptoms intensify the attack: sweating, racing heart, rapid pulse, feeling faint or as if one is choking, and-perhaps worst of all-the sense of “going crazy.” These attacks are a symptom of panic disorder , a type of anxiety disorder that affects some 2.4 million U.S. adults. The disorder most often begins during the late teens and early adulthood and strikes twice as many American women as men.
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Pistorius psychiatrist suffers heart attack | citifmonline

Mr Pistorius checked in as a day patient to Pretorias Weskoppies psychiatric hospital on 26 May, where he has been assessed by a team of health experts for seven hours a day. Three psychiatrists and a clinical psychologist were tasked to determine whether his state of mind and disability had an effect on him when he shot Ms Steenkamp. South Africas eNCA broadcaster earlier reported that the psychiatrists heart attack may have caused a delay in the handing over of the Paralympians psychiatric evaluation report. The psychiatrist in question, Dr Leon Fine, had not yet signed the report, according to eNCAs website . The prosecution had argued the tests were essential after forensic psychiatrist Merryll Vorster, who diagnosed the athlete with Gad, told the court he was a danger to society. The defence vigorously opposed the move.
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