How to Stop a Panic Attack (Episode about Anxiety  Attacks) – Teal Swan

How to Stop a Panic Attack (Episode about Anxiety Attacks) – Teal Swan

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The subject for today is: Anxiety attacks Any of you who have had an anxiety attack know
that it is one of the worst sensations you can have out of any sensation on this planet if you had a panic attack you know it it’s a very surreal experience
and it makes you feel like your life is
completely out of your control So, what is a panic attack
and what can we do about it? A panic attack is basically a sudden
intense episode of fear fear which is coming in response to
a thought which you’re thinking usually a thought which is
subconscious rather than conscious Whatever thought it is that you thought caused your body to react as if it was a life or death
situation your body was then flooded with
chemicals which are associated with fight or flight now, in that kind of a circumstance When fear is coming in response to a thought which doesn’t necessarily pertain
to the experience or your circumstance that you’re in, your body is flooded with chemicals like adrenaline those chemicals would be normal if
you’re running through the woods being chased by a bear or were in some other circumstance
that was a threat to your life however, when you have an anxiety attack most often those chemicals are being
flooded to your system out of context meaning, there is no immediate threat that you can perceive to your physical well-being but your body is registering
that there is The fact that these emotions feel as if they are out of context makes you feel crazy and makes you feel
like you’re losing control and that right there is really the
hallmark of the panic attack because the sensation becomes
what you start to fear you start to fear that you’re losing control
and you start to fear that you’re crazy (for lack of a better word) and so that fear on top of the previous fear that your body thinks
that is in a situation of life or death causes a level of fear to happen which is debilitating a lot of times you will fear having
other panic attacks as well because the experience is so intensely horrible it becomes something
which inhibits you in life you fear having another one to the degree where you may limit what you’re doing
socially you structure your life in resistance to the idea of having
another anxiety attack but that fear, in and of itself can cause
another one to come on and then we develop things like anxiety
or panic disorders to understand some of the symptoms which
might occur to you if you were having a panic attack I’m going to give you some
of these symptoms now If you’re having a panic attack
you may experience: A sense of impending doom or danger The fear of loss of control or of death You may begin to experience very rapid
heart rate You may start to sweat or tremble You may feel shortness of breath or
you may have a hyperventilation problem You may get chills or hot flashes You may feel nauseous You might get abdominal cramping chest pain a headache You may get dizzy
you may feel faint You may feel like your throat is closing up on you,
like it’s super tight and you have trouble swallowing You may feel numbness in your
extremities or you may have the feeling of
surreal reality meaning, that you feel like you’re
detached from yourself I want to reiterate that your brain has no way of distinguishing between the thoughts you’re thinking and the reality which it perceives This very principle, that your brain has no way of perceiving the difference between thought and reality can work to your advantage but in the case of an anxiety attack
it works to your disadvantage because your brain can’t really
distinguish whether the thoughts that you are thinking are real or not real everything is real to the brain
so if you’re thinking a thought which puts your body in panic mode your brain at that moment doesn’t stop
itself and say: “this is not reality” it perceives itself being in a life or death situation so it’s important for those of us who have
anxiety attacks to acknowledge the fact that we’re not going crazy the body and the brain are responding in perfect accordance to what our thoughts are. I personally don’t advocate any anti-anxiety medications that are available today unless a person believes that that is the thing which will cure them
because belief is the trump card for everything. If you feel like anxiety medication is the only thing which can help you release resistance to anxiety it’s not wrong for you to go get them but in my personal opinion your emotions are the compass which are leading you through life, they’re what’s telling you if
the thought you hold resonates with your higher self and that
what you truly are, or does not resonate with who you are and what you really should be doing So, why take out the compass that’s what we’re doing so often
nowadays in our medicinal practices is, we’re basically making an enemy of the
very thing which is leading us in the correct or incorrect direction and then we wonder why our lives have
become numb and we wonder why our lives have become
less than satisfactory In order to prevent anxiety attacks
you want to avoid alcohol and avoid stimulants like coffee and like sugar. Some of us have much more sensitive
systems than others I think this is a good thing, to have a
very sensitive nervous system means that you have a very very accurate compass It’s very hard for people who are
sensitive to go on the opposite direction of what
is right for them So it’s not a good thing to make an enemy of a
sensitive system but, it’s best if you can gear
your choices in life towards a diet and a lifestyle which will pacify your nervous system and nurture your nervous system so, create any kind of grounding
environments for your nervous system to flourish so you’re not bombarding it because your likelihood of having a kind of a panic attack or chronic anxiety if
you’re overloading it with stimulants is super super high Get regular exercise I know we all harp on diet, exercise
and sleep but exercise is really really good for
your nervous system joint impact releases chemicals in your brain which pacify your system they actually have a calming effect
which is why a lot of people with anxiety disorders are addicted exercise Get eight hours of sleep a day When you are allowing yourself to go to
sleep you’re releasing resistance you’re rejoining your Source Self perspective and in the absence of resistance well-being and health is allowed to flourish it will literally cascade naturally
through your body so you’re allowing yourself to reset when you allow yourself to sleep enough Find every way you can to reduce stress
in your life Stress takes a toll on your body It is basically, the heart every single
disorder and every single disease If you maintain a life of stress or a focus
on situations which make you feel stress your likelihood for an anxiety attack
increases exponentially the reason is because your body is set up for the specific chemicals that are
released within it What I mean is: If you’re a person who chronically
fuels stress the brand new cells that are made within
your body are made intact with receptor sites which
are specifically designed for the neuropeptides in your body which are associated with
stress and when those receptor sites get denied of chemicals they start to go
into a crave type of situation where they release all kinds of
information about them dying and needing
that same kind of chemical so then you get into this sort of locked in cycle where you almost need
to create stress because your cells are craving the stress chemical So, if you would like to live a
stress-free life you need to start practicing living a life of non-stress to such a degree that
the new cells within your body that are made come into this existence with new
receptor sites which are predisposed towards emotions (the chemical version of the emotions)
like joy rather than chemical emotions like stress In order to stop an anxiety attack you’ve got to find a way to get your brain
to stop sending the message to your body that it’s in a life or death situation,
it has to stop sending the emergency message Fear is your indication that your focus or
something you are paying attention to is in the exact opposite direction of your desire and your well-being and your higher self Panic and fear is one of the lowest vibrations,
it’s one of the most discordant vibrations in our universe In other words, when you feel fear your intention which is always
well-being is colliding with your current thought or action which holds a different resonance than that, entirely. So, what do we do about it? Number one Never force yourself through the action if you’re feeling a panic attack and never try to avoid the sensation trying to avoid a panic attack or trying to ignore a panic attack once
it has happened and force yourself through the action the panic attack has occurred
because of is the worst thing you can do it will not work So, What I want you to do if you’re having a
panic attack is: close your eyes and I want you to take five very deep deep breaths Breathe in to the extent where you’re
filling your lungs entirely up to their full capacity and then I want you to hold that
breath for eight to ten seconds and then release the breath. Remind yourself of what is going on you can tell yourself:
I am having a panic attack That will help pull your brain out of the
catastrophe thinking into the reality which is current, which
is: I am having an anxiety attack That’s way better than thinking
I’m literally in life or death situation Next I want you to do something very
counter-intuitive I want you to turn your focus in towards
all of those sensations Resisting the sensations will make the sensations worse because whatever we resist, persists. That’s the vibrational law within this universe. So, we want you to embrace and dive into the emotions and the sensations
of the experience of the panic attack. It may be the very last thing you feel
like doing but it will be your key to set in free of that panic attack. When you embrace and you welcome the
sensations of an anxiety attack it changes your point of power It’s a conscious change of your attitude towards the experience which then changes the chemicals which
are released in your brain. Those sensations are there for a reason they are meant to be acknowledged and they must be acknowledged if the experience is to be fully processed. Begin naming what it feels like for example you could say Sensation you feel heavy and stinging you feel like metal you feel like you’re trying to eat me I want you to name whatever
sensations you are feeling within your body Then, I want you to take it one step further I want you to invite the feeling
to become worse ask it to get more intense ask it to feel more This step removes all remaining resistance that you have
to the experience When the fear is no longer being fed by the mental
resistance it will dissipate What’s better than that is, your
confidence will begin to kick in it will tell you guess what?! you’re in control of the experience rather than
the experience being in control of you which is how panic attacks get you. They convince you that you’re
not in control of your own life Then I want you to ask the sensation
what it needs you to know what it’s trying to tell you Acknowledge those feelings and acknowledge the fact that you hear them
and you feel them and you understand them also acknowledge that you have gratitude
for them gratitude for the fact that your system is giving you totally accurate feedback to the thoughts that you’re thinking then I want you to look deeply to try to identify what it was that you
were focused on before having this panic attack Once you identify it you want to look for evidence and proof that
undermines that thought that you were thinking Then you want to begin looking
for thoughts which feel better to think so for example If I have a fear of going on an airplane and I’m
experiencing an anxiety attack as a result of being on an airplane I want to begin to come up with
as many thoughts which both undermine my thoughts which are aligned
with the fear of being on an airplane and support the idea that it’s an
enjoyable experience and a safe experience For example, I could think thoughts like: planes get safer and safer
every single year or, pilots are trained specifically for any
kind of emergency situation so I am actually in good hands or, all you hear about on the news is the
one plane crashes and not the millions and millions and millions each month
that takeoff with no problem If you have problems with negative focus
chronically or you consider yourself a worrier it’s a really good idea to bring with you something called “The positive aspects journal” What a Positive aspects journal is is basically a journal where you write down a subject so, if I have a fear of flying I could
write down flying on an airplane and then you write an entire list of all the positives which you could think
about the situation “flying on an airplane” any thought which makes you feel better. It’s a really good idea if you have a
chronic worrying problem and you know that you’re headed towards
a situation like flying and you’ve already made the decision that
you’re gonna go through with it to write down as many things like that
as you can possibly focus on so that during the experience you
already have a list to look at so you can be attuned in the get go, right out of the gate with positive emotions and positive sensations rather than running the
risk of spiraling downwards and getting yourself into a situation where you’re
experiencing a panic attack It’s impossible to have a panic attack
when you’re focused positively the reason is, is that your emotions
are your indication of the exact thought which you are holding So, if you hold a positive thought, negative
emotions can’t occur within your system The reason that panic attacks feel
like they’re “out of the blue” is because we move through life in a
first-person perspective Seldom do we ever step back and really watch
the thoughts that we’re thinking So often, when we walk into a situation like getting onto an airplane, we have so many negative thoughts that are rapid-firing and that we have no conscious awareness of when we get hit
by the panic attack we’re going: “I don’t know where that came from
it just came to me from nowhere” without acknowledging the thoughts which we thought leading up to that experience Sometimes taking an action like going someplace or meeting someone is not in line with our well-being That will come across as the intuitive feeling
of something not being right for you The problem is, when you have that intuition
of something is not entirely right for you often we start to pile really negative thoughts on top of it which spiral into fear and
spiral into panic attacks So once you go through these steps
that I’ve outlined and you pull yourself out of the
catastrophic thinking you can find that place
which is your thought stasis and once you’re in that thought stasis you can
distinguish whether that action is correct for you or whether the action is wrong for you. Once you have pulled those thoughts of fear away from the very root which is usually
an action that you’re thinking about taking you can ask yourself Is this action right or is this action
wrong for me individually? Is this action in line with
my highest good? If the answer is yes then you want to try
to pull your thoughts into vibrational alignment with the
decision you’ve just made if you make any decision, you want to start thinking
thoughts which lineup totally with that decision so you don’t experience any opposition
and any resistance If the answer is: no, it’s not right for me then don’t do it you cannot expect yourself to do something and just get used to it it’s not going to happen You can’t be living a happy life while simultaneously
going upstream all the time in your life Fearful thoughts can be like weeds
which grow around a flower a flower which represents something
which is right for you to do, or think, or be in this life. Sometimes fearful thoughts can be like weeds which
grow around poisonous mushroom the poisonous mushroom, of course,
representing things which are not good for you to do, and be, and have
and all of that in this lifetime But the fearful thoughts which are the weeds
have to be cleared away first, for you to decide whether that thing which
the fearful thoughts are obscuring is right for you or is wrong for you you never want to take action
until you take the step to clear those weeds,
clear the fearful thoughts off of whatever subject you have been thinking about You always know what’s right or wrong for you You always hold the power to focus positively or focus on something which causes you
to feel negative emotion I promise you,
as debilitating as panic attacks are it is totally within your power to be able
to stop them when they occur and they can bring very valuable insight
into your life and get you in touch with
what is really right for you Subtitles by the Amara.org community

100 thoughts on “How to Stop a Panic Attack (Episode about Anxiety Attacks) – Teal Swan”

  1. I don't think this video could help me during a panic attack… It already just make me anxious because it makes me think of the possibility of having another panic attack

  2. I'm suffering from panic attacks for just 5 months but they are getting worse. .. all the 4 doctors want to give me beta blockers or antidepressants but I told them over and over I don't feel depressed and I just need someone to guide me through and help me understand why and how they happen. … been trying to find something to help in books and Internet and this video was amazing. ..it didn't cured me but it helped me realise that what is happening is a natural though terrifying experience and how I can overcome all this and learn more about myself and how my body works. thank you for your videos .

  3. Thank you very much Teal, I love your channel and following the steps in this video helped me overcome my anxiety attack. I'm at work but going to go home and relax for the rest of the day. Thank you for saying we AREN'T crazy, really needed that 😘

  4. I found living in the way you love and chosing an easier job makes things much better. Also try gardening it gives satisfaction and hopes about tomorrow. The thing we need is a clever trick to fool the brain into thinking you are alright. Living in third person is better always especially when you are alone or with strangers.
    Also try to find the root. we need an insight into what is going to be better in our lives. Is this person or two people really important no matter how close you are. Just decide if you could move away from that person or people who triggered it first place.
    Can you leave them?

  5. I'm having one now. I needed to come and see your video in order to relax a little. Didnt know what else to do…

  6. Simple acceptance and allowing those thoughts immediately with out questioning logically and letting those thoughts to come when ever they want by feeling those emotions on what ever form they come will help our brains to absorb those in totality and believe me, once this is done you will not even feel the emotions and would not be aware of such attacks. it is perfectly natural to such thoughts and it starts to bother only if it stays long with you. best way to handle is do nothing and just allow and accept. if one does that then such thoughts stop instantly and mind is free.

  7. i love her because she's gone through something i can relate to and she's not all "happy happy joy joy" , she's real she's relatable. it can b hard to follow spiritual people who i feel haven't gone through any life threatening physical/emotional trauma. good bless her.

  8. The medical community refers me to mental health whom prescribes SSRI and related medicine. None of these are helpful and cause the problem to worsen. In the past, I have tried mushroom products to detoxify and it also helped me to become more balanced. Starting a new regimen of Reishi mushrooms due to its beneficial effects. (Anxiety – Panic treatments do not work on me)

  9. I think people don't really understand what agoraphobia is because its not explained correctly.-In my own words its basically someone who feels like their physically ill, like they have a terminal illness. When they go out to places their physical symptoms feel worse, so that's why they avoid those places. They have panic attacks because they feel like their going to die.
    For example some people avoid roller-coaster's because roller-coaster's make them feel sick and like their going to die. Now you get the idea of what someone who has agoraphobia goes thru, except they feel sick all the time and have to be careful where they go so their symptoms don't go crazy on them.

  10. Thank you for sharing this. I've have panic and anxiety attacks for 2 years now. But I believe some of the things you said might just help me. I'm definitely going to try them! 😃

  11. You are sooo beautiful and amazing. All the things you overcame and created a name for yourself. A true warrior… 😗

  12. Can one help another person break out of an attack – how long before I can get them out of full blown melt down which has going on for 2 days. Trembling violently, angered, clenching, swollen tongue- then moments of calm – then back to the symptoms- and then back to calm – and back to the symptoms. The panic is not from anything other than "the fear of this happening". Having another attack!! Today someone called an ambulance – but she refused to get in so she is back -locked in apartment crying, trembling, unable to speak clearly, anger, help what do I do??? She used to be so full of life – why is this happening??

  13. Holistic Chef Barry more than 30 years ago would experience extreme overwhelming PANIC ATTACKS OF IMPENDING HEART ATTACK OR BRAIN HEMORAGE ATTACK OF SUDDEN DEATH OR PASSING OUT FROM DISORIENTATION . PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DELIBITATING REAL LIFE EVENT IN ANY PLACE AND ANY WHERE . Back then my health crisis and unhappiness was at its peak . Eventually hospitalized forced . Wrongful SAD diet and overworking in the Animaation industry and taking my work home to pay the bills compounded my problem . I turned my health crisis into my learning journey to fabulous health today . A journey still ongoing and my Panic Attacks are now a thing of the past . Self Love and Loving NATURE and all living inhabitants is my way to understanding why I experienced my panic attacks . Meditation and YOGA does wonders for my life . Cause and effect is very important to understand . Love Holistic Chef Barry Andeson "Your Good Earth Chef and Friend for LIFE .

  14. Thank you Teal for explaining Panic Disorder so well. I suffered for many years. Therapy helped as well as just having a word to label it; Anxiety… but. most helpful was a mild tranquilizer, a non addictive medication called Buspar which I safely took for many years. Please share this info on this Medication that changed my whole life for the better within a few days! Thank you. Your videos are wonderful!

  15. I used to panic in the super market at the register and have to leave my groceries or sometimes even faint on the floor. Just know that nothing bad can happen. See my other recent post if you're open to a. mild, non addictive medication that actually works very quickly! And Know that it is only Anxiety… Which can feel terrible but will pass. Nothing bad will?l ha
    pen, it's only a Fear. FYI the miracle for me was Busiprone/ Buspar. Very mild but very effective! And very fast acting! Get to your Dr and ask for it asap! It changed my life right away! Good luck.

  16. When I have a panic attack it is both the terribly intense emotion, but also an overflow of negative thoughts attacking. And when it happens, I feel like it's just like I'm taken over and it spirals out of control and I cannot even think. It's intense

  17. Teal Swan makes a great effort to explain the nature of emotions. However, her explanation requires more clarity. Spinoza explains the nature of emotions as necessary through the law of necessity. An emotion of hate is explained as pain accompanied by the idea of an external cause. Pain is a feeling of a lack of power, that is, the power to persist in action. Learn more… wayofspinoza.com

  18. I have panic attacks … PTSD they say.. Started for me around 6 to 8 years old. I'm now 55. It's amazing to me what the human body and mind can endure. I'm going to try to do what she said and feel it thourghly and name it. It hadn't killed me in 50 years. So looking into the guts of it probably won't either.

  19. I am listening to this mid-panic attack and the concepts and perspectives you present really made a difference – and very much are applicable even to my lesser, day-to-day anxiety. Extremely grateful to you.

  20. Just recently had one.. for some reason my second main fear during a panic attack (after 'dying because I'm not breathing right' of course) is that someone is going to see me having it.. I uncovered that heavy shame is what is causing my panic attacks. Shame of who and what and how I am. Holding shame towards yourself goes beyond hating yourself. And so the fear of anyone possibly seeing this reality to me while watching me freak out over it sets off my panic attacks. Did that make any sense? Please let me know to verify I'm not truly insane lol..

  21. I also tremble pretty badly when i get a panic attack. I've realized that allowing the shakes to channel through your body aids in the experience rather than stiffening up in order to repress the trembles. In a way it's allowing the excess of energy within your being to exit through your bodys abrupt movements.

  22. Teal you look so freakin beautiful in that beautiful Mexican style shirt you're wearing. The shirt compliments your beauty and vice versa.

  23. Oh and every. single. thing. you said in this video made so so so much sense, thank you so much. You're quite literally a life saver.

  24. i have lived inside from them..my throat wont swallow, i get scared alone, my neck gets stuck , on and on..it is a mess i have serious religious guillt, and condemnation from stuff then from my phobia, it has just ruined my life…being on ss, is worse as they do'nt give in home businesses..so your stuck embarrassed forever. The yelling and condemnation of being lazy has just about killed me physically. The family is meaner and condemning, no shrinks send fun in home businesses, so the later elliviates. Family has no time for you and they yell how stupid you act, then you hide and want to die then pray..I dont go in crowds to learn,,If they brought the first learning and success to your home we'd be on our way a bit better.Now with reading trading with the enemy, agenda 21 it it is too mucsh for us..and we did wrong to God by having an all capital name put on our very birth certificate ..I have ocnstant fears and i ruined my whole family's Christmas from bombs, UN wierd armies.. I'm just about to die.

  25. What do I do if a symptom of my anxiety is dry mouth which makes me want to gag, and I have a fear of vomiting?

  26. I had a panic disorder for 10 years. I finally discovered that bad breathing habits were the cause. Panic attacks are very frequently caused by chronic hyperventilation. This can be the case without the stereotypical image of gasping for air, breathing in a paper bag etc.

    I learned to retrain my breathing control center again, to breathe through my nose 24/7 again.
    It was not solved in a day, but the magnitude by which my life has improved is enormous.

    Search term: the Buteyko method.

    Plenty of excellent websites can be found about this method. For example normalbreathing dot com (not affiliated)

    I have almost no headaches anymore (2 per year instead 4 per week!), no pounding heartbeat, no hot flashes, no faint feeling, no cold hands and feet…bonus: no more hay fever either!

    Your mouth is for eating and talking, your nose is for breathing.

    Yes, you can feel anxious when breathing through your nose, but it won't turn into a full blown panic attack.

    Nose breathing controls your arousal levels very much, it's a safety net that's always with you.

  27. Panic attact might be a common problem for new ones in the awekening in our "lovely" society, especially when the ones have a good heart …. Great episode, Thank You Angel.

  28. Thank you! I just listened to you and it got me out of a panic attack. Now Teal, my mother passed away last summer and I seemed to develop panic disorder. I used to hike in Colorado all the time, despite fear of heights, but now my favorite hike I keep having panic attacks and I haven't been able to finish. I also have had panic attacks on the highway. I want to get over both of these.

  29. I love your videos and I'm glad i found you because of Infinite Waters…i'm going to share some of your videos on anxiety and depression facebook groups,alot of people need them not just me.

  30. Twice now I've gotten the worst panic attacks of my life while driving across the bridge to St Petersburg, in Florida. Sometimes Im fine going over the bridge, its very scenic, but twice now I truly thought I was going to die. I dont know what the trigger is, but I feel as though Im going to black out, I get tunnel vision, burred vision, intense heart palpitations, feel I will lose control, my body shakes as I try to hold on to consciousness…. all while Im doing 60 over the bridge with traffic everywhere!!! I HAVE to fight through it, there is nowhere to pull over until Im on the other side. Knowing this, of course, makes it worse. Mentally I am frustrated with myself as I am aware that this is ridiculous as its happening. I can clearly think and see that I am safe but my body still continues to freak out despite my trying to reason with it. I try deep breathing, relaxing my muscles…. refocusing…. nothing stops it. Its terrifying and this needs to stop happening!

  31. I have ptsd with chronic panic attacks. Thank you for noting the stimulants. I am grateful for your wisdom.

  32. This video was exactly what I needed to see right now. Teal, your videos have helped me so much. Thank you for sharing wth us <3

  33. I had a panic attack last night infront of 3 newish friends. I think it was caused by social anxiety. My heart was pounding and I told one of them I'm so sorry but I have to go i feel like im killing the vibe. They were nice about it like oh no your fine want some pizza? I declined and had my boyfriend pick me up. As I waiting for him to come I was so scared about thinking getting up and walking towards the door. I thought I should wait outside for him but decide against it. I felt like I couldn't even walk like a normal person. When i got in the car my heart rate went back to normal and I felt at ease. It was still there but his presence helped me alot. I feel like he's my rock when I get in this situation.

  34. Dear Teal. I’m Riddle. This is how i overcame my Axiety attacks. I would like to send you a few to your Vegas address . I’m trying to fulfill a life long dream . And get these out to people in need. I hope that there is someone in your life you can share them with. Thanks !
    https://youtu.be/MPVQ8OpZc3o

  35. The feeling of being detached from yourself is the hardest for me…..I am so used to all the other feelings now that I can realise that I WONT die even though it feels like Im having a heart attack

  36. This was exactly the kind of video I needed to find. Had a lot of anxiety attacks about a year ago and a similar video helped me out then. Now they're back, so time to get back at it I guess.

  37. There are anxiety attacks, there are panic attacks, and then there are horror attacks. Horror attacks are totally different.

  38. It is horrendous. I used to have them for almost 2 years after I split up with my kid's mother. I was drowning in sadness and anxious thoughts. I can't believe I made it out. They prescribed me pills but I didn't take them because I was scared of the side effects. I was soo closed to taking them but I fought the feeling and now I found peace in my life. Sometimes the thoughts try to come back but now I can block them 90 percent of the time.

  39. Right. You WOULDN'T wish it on your worst enemy. Get it. That's because we aren't but THEY aren't. …and we feel bad for them and dont want to ACCEPT it because we are "afraid" of something happeneing back to us for thinking it. So dumb. And hard to get out of Teal I and WE nnneed your help.

  40. I have severe depersonalization and derealization/depersonalization. After hearing you mention this perception as part of anxiety it has brought a sence of groundedness, knowing I'm not crazy or different. ♡

  41. I have a similar problem but instead of being flooded with far I get filled with anger. Is it the same thing? I don't know what I have, I can't seem to find something that matches what I have besides panic attacks but anger not fear.

  42. Social media,will cause it..example when you get on messenger,to a friend and they don't respond,or they read it and don't respond..the reason is because a lot of people don't like texting,and or they have problems of their own..so the best thing to do is,,lay off Facebook,,and don't worry about how everyone else is doing…

  43. I have BPD panic attacks daily and hoo boy I fear for my life. I have weird coping mechanisms: hitting myself and bruising my whole body, blurting out words without meaning (like tourettes but I don't have it) and weird body twitches. I've yet to find a long term solution besides being sedated. This video and the comments make me feel not so alone and helpless which is a helpful thought in itself. Thank you, pretty miss Cobie Smulders look-a-like xox

  44. Great info and video, but tell me something I don't know, like what was the intro Music at the. Beginning of this video it was very relaxing .

  45. This video is literally a life saver. I listen to your soothing voice and wisdom to calm a panick attack. Thank you so much Teal.

  46. Everytime the Anxiety Attacks come back to my life, I come here and watch this video. Your advices are gold, they remind me that I have control of my life, even in the bad times.

  47. Thank you,I never said it,I listening you many years…You are the best. And I learned better English…

  48. This woman is not qualified to tell you how to get rid of a panic attacks . This disorder is proven to be a genetic gene within the family genes. The power of suggestion can’t stop the panic attacks in it tracks. Think about it. Can you concentrate on another subject? She’s reading from a script.

  49. When I have a panic attack I feel like everyone is pointing at me and laughing. It actually happens to a lesser degree. That's why I tell myself it doesn't matter what other people think about me. In fact it is none of my business.

  50. When I had that panick attack was a time when one of my friends who I had a REALLY deep connection with moved to a different state after getting married & I was thinking " how could I survive without her!" So, at least I know what brought it on.

  51. my very first panic attack I didn't know what it was I started walking and racing around my apartment trying to get away from something cuz I thought something had just invaded my body I couldn't feel myself my heart was racing and I thought I was floating I thought I was dead..😧
    And to this day I don't know what caused it… ever since that first panic attack I have extreme anxiety that I've been seeing a doctor for 7 years for and only get medicated for it this video is going to help immensely thank you so much…💗😥

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