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Keep Your Cool In Panic

Submitted by on September 18, 2009 – 11:15 amNo Comment

Don’t mull over excessively as this could put burden over your brains. Neither let them weigh down underneath the mountain of terrorizing situations. This will ultimately lead to deterioration of your health. Don’t freak out over petty issues. Constantly panicking can trigger nervousness in your nervous system. Mark a full stop over them so that your agitated brain gets time to relax and ease up.

Reid Wilson, Ph.D., Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University Of North Carolina School Of Medicine suggests, “ These techniques can help you get control by breaking your anxious train of thought” who is also the author of the book ‘Don’t panic: Taking control of anxiety attacks.’ So below mentioned are three tips for calming your apprehensive senses when you are at your office, street or home.

At your workplace:
When getting terrified at the workplace, maintain your calm by counting books or files at your shelf for a minute. This will divert your attention from unnecessary complexity that is eating up your head.

At the streets:
Shift your attention for figuring the red or yellow cars rushing in the street. This will automatically make you forget all your nervous agitation.

At your home:
When wildly nervous, take in deep breaths and imagine as if it has filled your upper and lower lungs. After this, gradually breathe out and try to utter relax below your breaths. Let your muscles go limp. Hold this position for atleast 10 seconds and repeat it constantly for minimum of 3 times.

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