Panic attacks can be a terrifying experience for many people. Symptoms can include chest pains, headaches, tingling sensations, hot or cold flushes, feelings of breathlessness and others.

It's important to be aware that anxiety attacks and panic disorders are mental conditions. The best way to help manage them is by first understanding how they manifest. Anxiety, is basically an experience of fear about future life events, or sometimes past experiences.

Fortunately, many natural remedies for panic attacks exist to manage and lessen the negative effects of this condition.

Acceptance

Accepting, not fighting, the sunset of a panic attack is the best response. The more you resist an attack the longer it will persist. If its going to happen then let it happen. Managing the occurrence and the symptoms is the best procedure

Redirection

This technique involves redirecting your thoughts to things that are safe. This can stop symptoms from developing further and is an effective treatment. Choose things that are comforting and calming for you. This could be a mountain, an old picture, a calm lake or a meditative scene.

Stress reduction

Stress is one of the major contributors ot panic attacks. Reducing stress is on the best remedies for panic attacks in general. Well known techniques for stress management include yoga, art therapy, cognitive therapy and music therapy.

Many courses, books and audio programs show different methods and techniques for relaxation and meditation. Sometimes a guided mediation audio program may suit you. Or more formal mediation with a candle or image. Or just soothing music and sounds while you count your breath.

Deep breathing

Proper deep breathing is one of the fastest remedies for anxiety attacks. During an attack you can feel you are losing control of the situation. This causes rapid breathing and shortness of breath to increase the amount of oxygen in the body. This results in a another symptom that can add to the problem – light-headedness.

It's important to perform deep breathing properly to counteract the tension for shallow breathing. Concentrate as much as you can on slowing down your breathing and breathing deep down in your diaphragm. This also helps to take the mind off the anxiety inducing thoughts

Talk the attack away

Talking to someone can help to distract yourself long enough until the attack passes. Talk about anything. Something funny, what you ate or lunch, your next holiday. What's important is to shift the mind away from what is uncomfortable long enough for the attack to pass without any negative consequences