Care recipient (cr) panics a lot

Try: Help the cr understand that panic attacks are a state of mind not an illness help the cr realize that he is not alone in feeling panicked panic disorder is an anxiety disorder that many other people have help the cr understand what panic is panic is just excess adrenaline that runs through the cr’s body when it it’s feeling anxious or threatened in some way try to look for triggers that cause the cr to panic let other people who are close to the cr know about the cr’s feelings of panic so they won’t think the cr is acting odd when attacks do happen don’t try to fight the feelings instead let the feelings of panic come and wash over the cr and they will pass soon if the cr lets them suggest that the cr focus on his breathing during challenging circumstances

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Categories: Sage, Topic, Emotional Psychological

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References: how to cope with panic attacks 2010 available at

Keywords: Panic panic attacks anxiety stress

*This information is listed as a Tip and is not explicitly medically licensed

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