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It is extremely important to consult with your physician before trying any of these, particularly if your are on any medication for anxiety or panic attacks.

Natural Remedy 3:- During an anxiety attack, breathing exercises can be used to give you almost instant relief and help you to feel calmer. Stress and tension will be reduced very quickly with controlled breathing. Focusing on your breath as you breath in and out will help to distract you away from the obsessive pattern of thinking that happens during panic attacks.

Instead of being a passive victim of the panic attack, breathing exercises will give you something else to think about. This can help prevent palpitations and chest pain. Sometimes without even noticing, you can restrict or even stop breathing for a while, which in turn would make you feel more anxious. Breathing exercises for anxiety can prevent this from happening.

Here is one simple breathing exercise to try next time you are feeling anxious.

Take a normal slow breath in through your nose (not too deep). Pause and hold the inhaled breath for just a second and then exhale slowly through your mouth. With this technique breathing out as slowly as you can is very important. Focus your attention on your breath as you exhale especially to the moment your breath is fully exhaled, that moment just before you take in your next breath.

On your second breath in quietly observe and be aware of what is going on around you. Repeat this breathing exercise 3-5 times until you feel more relaxed.

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