Monday, January 2, 2012

About Panic Disorder: Taking Care of Yourself

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From Katharina Star, your Guide to Panic Disorder
Start the new year off right by making a plan to take better care of yourself. It may seem selfish at first, but by taking care of yourself, you are better able to be there for others. This year, make it a priority to improve your health and manage your symptoms.

Self-Care for Panic Disorder
Self-care strategies are the activities that we engage in to achieve a sense of personal balance and overall wellness. Self-care involves the physical, spiritual, creative, coping, and essential parts that make up the self. Learn more about self-care strategies for people with panic disorder.

Panic Disorder and Sleep Disturbances
Many people with panic and anxiety find it difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep throughout the night. You may find that your symptoms are worse at night, preventing you from getting the rest you need. If you are experiencing sleep issues, follow these 6 tips and start getting a better night's rest.

Visualization for Relaxation
Relaxation techniques, such as breathing exercises, can help lower stress and anxiety. Visualization is a highly effective relaxation strategy that allows you to deeply unwind. It is also very simple and easy to do. All you need is a quiet place, 10 to 20 minutes, and your imagination. Find out how visualizing yourself at the beach can help you relax more and manage your anxious thoughts.

Get Fit and Lower Your Stress
Research has shown that physical exercise can help ease the symptoms of stress and anxiety. For example, exercise is a natural mood enhancer, can help ease body tension, and can help minimize sleep issues. Learn more about the benefits of physical exercise and how you can get started today.


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