If you suffer from panic attacks, there's probably only one thing on your mind. You want to prevent attacks from coming back, right? Well there are a lot of ways to do that.
One way is to simply identify your trigger and avoid it. For example, if you're afraid of swimming pools, you could simply not swim in one. Avoidance is a big part of limiting the problem. When you can not avoid the problem, though, what do you do?
Well, another thing you can do to limit panic attacks is to learn meditation and deep breathing techniques. As long as you can focus on the techniques, you can often relieve some of the stress.
Speaking of relieving the stress, often you can reduce panic attacks by just being calmer through your daily life in general. Taking up a new hobby, drinking calming tea and getting plenty of sleep are all ways to improve your general state of mind. That could lead to fewer attacks.
Of course, some panic attacks can not be helped by simple means. If you have a really serious problem, you might consider going to therapy or trying alternative methods, like acupuncture or hypnosis.
If nothing else, there are also traditional medicines that can help calm your nerves and get you through those tough times. So, no matter what, you do not just have to live through panic attacks. There are many ways to prevent them or treat them as they happen. Talk to your therapist or doctor about the methods that may work best for you.