How to Get Rid of an Adrenaline Rush Caused By Your Anxiety
Anxiety

Different people have different body functioning, tastes and preferences.This is no different when it comes to an adrenaline rush. While a greater majority of people would prefer to get rid of the rushes as soon as they occur, others long for them since it makes them feel alive for some reason.

If you are one of those people who would rather get rid of the adrenaline rush as soon as it crops up, then the good news is that it can be accomplished quickly.

It may be difficult to prevent anxiety from occurring, since it comes as a natural feeling in everyone's life at some point. Nevertheless, it is not impossible. Most people have resorted to anti-depressants and sleeping pills, which is not advisable especially considering the fact that they may be harmful to your health.Natural treatments are considered as the better alternative tp alleviate adrenalin rushes from anxiety.

In order to get rid of anxiety caused by anadrenaline rush, it is important to first understand how they are caused in the first place.An adrenaline rush into the blood stream will send fear signals into the other parts of your body, via the adrenal glands.

The different parts of the body will react differently to the signals. Consequently, it increases your heartbeat, since the heart pumps blood faster. Generally, this will take a couple of minutes before its full effects are felt.

There are a number of ways that a person could use to get rid of the adrenaline rush caused by anxiety naturally. Such ways include:

Understanding that the mind is the sole initiator of panic: this means that control starts with the mind. Once you learn to control your mind, getting rid of the stress and anxiety is a piece of cake. Acceptance is the first step,followed by the realization that there is a solution.

Relaxation: meditation is very important if you want to keep calm all through the attack. You have to convince yourself that the situation is only temporary, and that it will all be over soon.

In many instances, you can talk yourself down from an anxiety attack simply by repeating yourself that you are fine, and that your mind is just playing with you. If you freak out and panic, the attack will just intensify.

Keeping your mind occupied: keeping your mind preoccupied with other things will help you get rid of all of the negative thoughts,enabling you to stay cool, calm and composed.Think of anything that makes you feel at peace, and go with it. This could be a beautiful place, people in your life, or anything that makes you feel good.

Attack is the preeminent form of defense. Facing the problem as it is with courage, could help you get rid of the anxiety attacks. You will also be able to get more information from the internet, and also from reading different books and magazines about controlling anxiety and adrenaline rush.

You could also consult your doctor for more detailed information on the causes, and ways of getting rid them. 

In the end, Anxiety is always a cause from something else, whether it was a traumatic event in the past or a worry over a health issue. Do your best to find that cause and then try to fix that issue. Once you accomplish this, your anxiety could be gone soon after.

Shhh.



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over 1 year ago

I think meditation is a great way to reduce or prevent anxiety. There is a lot of evidence that regular meditation helps keep the mind in a more relaxed state, so that as you go through the day, you're not as likely to have as much anxiety.

I'd be cautious about recommending for people to talk to a doctor about anxiety. There is very little evidence that any sort of medication can help anxiety in more than just the short-term, and there is a lot of evidence that the most commonly prescribed anti-anxiety meds can do considerable harm in the long-term: most quickly develop a tolerance and can be quite addictive. Unfortunately, many medical doctors in the U.S. are too quick to prescribe drugs. That's not to say all doctors can't help though--some anxiety can be connected to other physical conditions, and there are certainly many doctors out there who take a more holistic approach to health.

I notice you say at the end that anxiety always has an external cause. I'm not sure I agree with this--I think there's a degree to which anxiety can be generated by the mind, by thoughts. This idea is the basis of cognitive behavioral therapy, and I think this is one reason that this type of therapy has been shown to be effective for some forms of anxiety. Even if nothing in your life changes, if you can change the way you think, it is possible to reduce your anxiety level that way--at least, I've found that that approach has been able to reduce some not all) of my stress and anxiety.

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10 months ago

I agree with the meditation and relaxation techniques when it comes to anxiety. Great article

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