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    Posted: Jan 13 2013 at 10:34am
Know anyone that suffers from it? I realize I've been having anxiety attacks very frequently, there is no trigger I'm not sure how to combat them unfortunately. Any suggestions besides anti-depressants.
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Go see a doctor
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I listen to music to zone out
Lie on floor and concentrate on breathing
And I take Xanax when absolutely necessary
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I had to listen to really relaxing music last night to finally relax
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You should buy a small water fountain and put near your bed
Buy candles, tea and pics of nature

Try the holistic approach to solving your anxieties
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I used to have them in my awkward teen years. I noticed that they would happen if i wanted to cry, but held it in instead.
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i do some breathing exercice and i tell myself: Girl you tripping for no damn reason..relax!!!lol
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I would recommend seeing a therapist.
You may have an underlying emotional issue that you arent acknowledging or even aware of.
Have you experienced a major life event within the last year?
Do you tend to allow yourself to experience sadness/anger/grief without restriction or do you hold things in?
Do you talk to trustworthy individuals when experiencing distress?

In the mean time, start a journal and record the following when you feel a panic attack coming on:
-Time
-Date
-What you feel
-What you think
-A brief summary of something you were physically doing within the last 30 min before you started experiencing symptoms
Try to do this everyday for at least 2 weeks
By doing this you may be able to identify the triggers more easily if you notice a pattern from your notes

Also, deep breathing exercises, yoga, relaxing music, or aroma therapy can also help. Meditation may also be useful for you.

I hope you get the relief you need hun, feel free to PM me if you need to talk about it more, I've been in your shoes Hug
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Originally posted by eanaj5 eanaj5 wrote:

I would recommend seeing a therapist.
You may have an underlying emotional issue that you arent acknowledging or even aware of.
Have you experienced a major life event within the last year? I don't think so, most recently my bf moved to VA for a job.
Do you tend to allow yourself to experience sadness/anger/grief without restriction or do you hold things in? I'm pretty sure I hold things in
Do you talk to trustworthy individuals when experiencing distress? Not really

In the mean time, start a journal and record the following when you feel a panic attack coming on:
-Time
-Date
-What you feel
-What you think
-A brief summary of something you were physically doing within the last 30 min before you started experiencing symptoms
Try to do this everyday for at least 2 weeks
By doing this you may be able to identify the triggers more easily if you notice a pattern from your notes

Also, deep breathing exercises, yoga, relaxing music, or aroma therapy can also help. Meditation may also be useful for you.

I hope you get the relief you need hun, feel free to PM me if you need to talk about it more, I've been in your shoes Hug
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also take note of certain things you eat that can trigger anxiety attacks. I stay away from coffee and any other beverage or treat that is high in caffeine, i try to make sure i get adequate sleep and stay away from stressful situations as much as possible. I also like valerian root extract ( its used to make Valium!). hope u feel better 
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