For most people, the first few panic attacks were stressful because you didn’t know what was happening. Now, you can identify the racing heartbeat, sweating palms, trembling and feeling of being out of breath. The new question becomes “how do I cope with the fear of having another panic attack?” Often, this fear can contribute to increased general anxiety, feelings of helplessness and even cause new panic attacks.
Learning how to cope with panic attacks and how to overcome the associated fear of another attack can be challenging. Identifying the warning signs can be confusing if you don’t know what you’re looking for. It is important to remember that you do not need to endure panic attacks unequipped or alone. Vision Psychology has a number of psychologists who are able to give you professional support so that you can overcome anxiety and learn how to cope in the face of adversity. Call us today for a Free Emotional Health Check-Up so that you can get the help that you need.