Are You Experiencing Constant Stress, Anxiety And Panic?
By Javier Fuller
Everybody has some or the other stress at a given time. If you say that you are a stress-free individual, totally stress-free, you are not a human being. You are divine in that case.
Well, you can feel stress in many ways. You are stressed when you say the God has erred in one particular aspect. You are stressed when you say 24 hours in a day are too little to cope with your duties and responsibilities. You are stressed when you feel you have so many things to do, in so little a time!
In the day to day activities, you may first experience stress. When stress heightens up, it is anxiety and the final stage is panic attack.
Basically it is a friction of confusion over your priorities. In such situations, you take wrong decisions which further add to your stress and anxiety to ultimately lead you to panic.
Your tensions and worries attack your will power and gain the upper hand. You are in search of solutions, to find the normal position. Now, how to recoup the original poise? Anything done in stress, anxiety and panic is not going to give you permanent solution.
Not knowing what to do, and with the intention of seeking immediate solutions, you take recourse to anti-depressants and other medications. As a result the stress and tension retreat for a while but only to attack you with renewed vigor. You again turn to over the counter medications to gradually become addictive to them. But your stress and anxiety are in their original position.
Panic and stress is a personal subject, highly individualistic and therefore a general medical practitioner will not be able to solve the problem to your satisfaction. And most of these anti-depressant drugs are known to have side-effects, some of them quite serious. Thus soon the remedy becomes worst than the disease.
It is easy for your doctor to make you entirely dependent on drugs, but he should not do that and you should not fall into the drug-trap. Latest researches have proved that if drugs are used in combination with psychotherapy the results would be more beneficial. The more you go to the root cause of your stress and deal with the points of stress one by one, the more beneficial it would be for you.
You need to aim at a permanent solution and not at a temporary patchwork!
Natural methods, yoga, breathing exercises and yoga are the only permanent solutions to stress and anxiety. Panic can never attack a controlled and composed personality.
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