In the world, there are many common mental illnesses. One of the most common mental illness that people suffer from is that of having panic attacks. In every group of one hundred persons, it can be given that 4 to 5 of these persons will be suffers of frequent panic attacks. Anxiety is often thought of as being something that is really bad for the mind, and body, although it isn’t all that bad. A small bit of anxiety is great in helping to defend your body from dangerous and unfriendly situations. You may have experienced a situation that you didn’t go along with because of a gut feeling.
One of the most distinctive features of human beings is the ability to experience feelings. Although not necessarily is it that animals have no feelings, as there is evidence by research on how to react to certain situations, human beings have deep feelings and the importance that goes far beyond what animals can experience. Without having emotions, or feelings, life would not be anything like what it is now!
To give us feelings that hurt we also try to minimize or move away as much as possible. Anxiety is not an exception. It is not necessary to completely eliminate the negative feelings, because at least some of them are not 100% harmful. In small things we do the idea is to control and not be controlled. Take for example the fear.
Fear, as you know, is one of the vilest sentiments that we encounter as human beings. It is one of the largest (if not the largest) of deterrence to our success. However, despite the negative perception that may be in fear, it also has a good side. Fear keeps us from getting hurt, both physically and emotionally. The “small” inherent fear in us is good for us. We need this “small” amount of fear. This prevents us from getting too aggressive.
The same is true panic. A “little” panic can serve as a defense. But being overwhelmed by excessive panic may prevent normal activities and may discourage, in particular on activities not so common.
But if you only have one opportunity to deal with a panic attack, like it or not, you have to find the right approach to contain such an attack and suppress this nagging feeling.
Panic attacks are actually a product of the mind, the imagination of threat or danger that may be applied. In fact, no danger exists. Even if it is the worst that you can see in these circumstances it is not fatal.
Life is too short to worry about problems that hinder your growth.