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Breathing Your Way Out of Anxiety

Rob Fisher

Rob Fischer has been writing professionally for over 35 years. His experience includes ghostwriting, creating curricula, study guides, articles, blogs, newsletters, manuals, workbooks, and training courses. He has written over a dozen books and serves as an editor for a nationally known copywriter.

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  1. Ford Warjonen

    I know first hand what are panic attacks are and how to cope with panic attacks and disorders. It’s true that, it feels like you’re going to have a heart attack. Your breathing is a good example of your mind is overreacting to what ever makes you fearfuland you don’t have any sense of “Control”for what is about to occur. There are ways for you to get your “Control” back by simply breathing In a paper bag.Not a big bag, a small convenience little bag. You will fight that dreaded feelings that you are experiencing at that time. Breath into the bag and think of something that is relaxing to you, as if you were on a cloud and ease your mind, close your eyes and put the bag over your mouth concealing any air from coming into the bag. This will help you in more ways because it brings in your carbon monoxide back into your lungs and you will find that your mind will begin to slow down anything that you were thinking about prior.Carry a small paper bag with you at all times until you’ve gotten back your control back. Never let “fear” control you,just remember that.

  2. Gary

    I have had a lot of anexity attacks and they do scare you I’m gonna remember your technics maybe I can get off meds.

  3. admin

    Let us know how they work for you!! You CAN get off meds!

  4. admin

    I like your idea of seeing yourself on a cloud and thinking of something that relaxes you! A “happy place” can heal!!

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