Panic feeling is not good

@kevinll (967)
June 3, 2010 8:07pm CST
There is one key factor that makes the difference between those who fully eliminate panic attacks from their lives and those who do not. The key ingredient is not medication, lifestyle changes, or relaxation exercises. It is when the individual no longer fears the thought of having a panic attack. The first time a person experiences a panic attack it can feel like their world is falling down around them. Nowhere feels safe as the anxiety becomes like a stalker lurking in the background. All that is needed is your willingness to break out of the anxiety cycle. I know it is easy to say. Sometimes we don't why, something can make us feel a little panic. How about you?
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7 responses
• Malaysia
4 Jun 10
panicking is never good for anyone. too many things can happen at the same time, so we've just got to play it cool and calm, and hopefully we'd be in a better position to make good decisions then
@kharlav (1672)
• Philippines
4 Jun 10
Yes, I have experienced panic attack, I usually experience that when I am very anxious. I hate having panic attack because I feel like Im about to die, I cant breathe and my blood is pumping so fast, I can even hear my heartbeat. I hate when that happens specially when I am alone or when I am in the stage, because I dont want to be embarrassed infront of many people if I faint.
@srganesh (6345)
• India
4 Jun 10
Anything at the first time panics people.And hoe thy handle that situation makes them respond to the situation the next time.If they successfully handles that then they will face it again with good confidence or vice versa.But it is quite natural to get panic the first time.
@wbm777 (18)
4 Jun 10
I use to sober from a major depression problem.I used to get afraid for nothing,and used to feel very disturb and lonely,I thanks God I dont have depression anymore,and know I'm not afraid of anything,fear and panic are just states of the mind,and we can control them.
@Hatley (164229)
• Garden Grove, California
4 Jun 10
hi kevinll my dear husband cured me by seeing me in full attack mode. standing there shaking as the hordes of people shopping in this huge grocery ware house seemed to be coming at, carts full and bumping produce then walking on it. He would lead me over to the small luncheonette that they had there. then go back and check out our groceries. then he wou ld bring me a cup of diet soda and a grilled cheese sandwich one of my most favorites. then he would talk to me vvery calmly and tell me I was okay that the next time I would not panic. he kept up talking to me and his gentle way assuring me I was okay and that the next time I would know that the people were not even thinking about me and all would be well.And bye and bye it all proved out. he was a super soothing person who loved me as much as I loved him.I ended up going there and not being afraid of another panic attach.
@leighm88 (97)
4 Jun 10
In my late teens I suffered terribly from anxiety and my panic attacks were so bad that I had to go to the emergency room one night, as I just did not know what was happening to me. I thought I was dying. I don't know what triggered them, and I can't say that I ever found a way to stop them, but I just learned over the years to accept them. I don't suffer from them very often now, but I still get the odd one. I'd love to know what caused mine though.
• United States
4 Jun 10
I panic a lot. A lot of things make me nervous. I've grown out of most of it, but I think most people get anxious over the same scenarios. For example, talking in front of audience makes most people panic. I worry a lot, so that probably feeds my panic.