Help is out there

I did not get through my problems without the help of friends, family, some amazing organisations, my brilliant case officers and the new laws in 2012- passed to protect people.

Know your rights and if you are worried call the police, domestic violence and stalking is taken very seriously and you will be listened to.

Have a look at the laws passed in late 2012- these laws helped me get some justice against M-

There are agencies set up so that you can contact them in confidence for support and advice-

Paladin helped me find local support and councilling and were there for me helping with advice when I needed it.

Don’t be afraid to reach out for help, it is there.

C xo

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  1. Some Elementary Advice To Effectively Defeat Panic Attacks

    Many people believe that panic attacks are something that cannot be controlled, but this is far from the truth. With an open mind and the proper education, you can have your panic attacks under control in no time. Read the following article to get the education on panic attacks that you need.

    Participating in deep breathing a few times a day can help keep your body relaxed and free from panic attacks. Start by breathing through your nose to your stomach on a slow count of four, and then breathe out through your mouth for four. Increase to five, six, and beyond as you can.

    When you’re experiencing an attack you can use visualization techniques to help end it. Start breathing deeply and then close your eyes, next focus on each area of your body that is giving you trouble. Imagine yourself being calm, then relaxed, and finally going back to normal, and soon enough you’ll find it has.

    If you are particularly prone to panic attacks, it is important that you do things that make you happy. You should try exercising more regularly. Regular exercise releases hormones to your brain that allow you to stay happier and more stress free. Try this if you want to limit your panic attacks.

    Making certain changes to your lifestyle can reduce your risk of having another panic attack. Panic attacks are characterized by surges of adrenalin. By engaging in regular exercise, you can safely burn off any excess adrenaline. Cigarette and alcohol use should be eliminated or severely restricted. Reduce the sugar and processed foods in your diet and eat regular, well-balanced meals. A healthy body and a healthy mind often go hand in hand.

    As was stated in the beginning of this article, panic attacks can be controlled, contrary to what most people believe. Using the advice that this article has provided to you, will help you get your panic attacks under control, thus, allowing you to lead a more enjoyable and worry-free life.

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