As an anxiety counselor, I know that anxiety attacks can be scary. It is important to learn to recognize when one is coming on and know some practical steps you can use in the moment to de-escalate your anxiety. Some things you can try when you feel an anxiety attack come on is to practice positive self talk, stimulate your mind with other activities or engage in deep breathing. Panic attacks can often be debilitating or cause the sufferer a lot of stress, but it is important to remember that they are treatable. Look at your anxiety just as you would any other illness. It does not make you weak and you can learn to cope with the symptoms and effects of anxiety with the help from an anxiety counselor. Get the help you need today by contacting Insight Child & Family Counseling at 972-426-9500. Or visit us online at www.ldscounselordfw.com for some free resources.
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