Skip to main content


Showing posts with the label Panic

Panic Attacks - Another Approach To Try!

Panic Attacks - Another Approach To Try! Wendy Mason  is a Career Coach and Life Coach helping you find fresh perspectives on life and your career This video from   suggests four simple steps to stop panic attacks; based on observing and then moving on!  It is worth a try isn't it.  If you would like to do some deeper work on dealing with your anxiety, please get in touch ( ) Wendy Mason is a Career Coach and Life Coach helping you find fresh perspectives on life and your career.

Monday Quotes on Worry and Panic

Monday Quotes on Worry and Panic If you treat every situation as a life and death matter, you'll die a lot of times. ~Dean Smith Nerves and butterflies are fine - they're a physical sign that you're mentally ready and eager. You have to get the butterflies to fly in formation, that's the trick. ~Steve Bull You can't wring your hands and roll up your sleeves at the same time. ~Pat Schroeder I keep the telephone of my mind open to peace, harmony, health, love and abundance. Then, whenever doubt, anxiety or fear try to call me, they keep getting a busy signal - and soon they'll forget my number. ~Edith Armstrong We are, perhaps, uniquely among the earth's creatures, the worrying animal. We worry away our lives. ~Lewis Thomas, The Medusa and the Snail, 1979 I come into the peace of wild things who do not tax their lives with forethought of grief.... For a time I rest in the grace of the world, and am free. ~Wendell Berr

Don't let panic overwhelm you - dealing with a panic attack.

div style="line-height: 16.8pt; margin-bottom: .0001pt; margin: 0cm;">   People under stress or suffering from phobias sometimes experience moments of sudden and intense anxiety. This can leave you shaking, feeling confused or disorientated, with rapid heartbeats, a dry mouth, sweating, dizziness and, sometimes, chest pain. Chest pains should always be checked out with your doctor immediately, just to make sure it is nothing more serious. The symptoms usually peak within 10 minutes. But they can last anything between five minutes and half an hour. If you know something triggers a panic attack, it is best to avoid it and seek help from a physician or counsellor.   But Professor Paul Salkovskis, a psychologist at  King’s College, London , says it's important not to let your fear of panic attacks control you. “Panic attacks always pass and the symptoms are not a sign of anything harmful happening,” he says. “It’s important not to restrict y