Breathing For Panic Attacks.
No Medication. One Lifelong Solution.
Reducing Risk of Panic Attacks.
What if I told you the secret to preventing panic attacks lies in your breath? Would you believe me? From someone that used to consistently suffer from panic attacks, I can tell you that it’s true. My success with stopping panic attacks is why I became a Breath Coach. This is why I’m here!
The vicious stress and breath cycle: Stress causes improper breathing. Improper breathing causes stress.
Your body perceives stress as a threat. Whether the threat is real or imaginative doesn’t matter, the perceived threat will send your body into fight or flight mode. Unfortunately, when most people enter this mode, their breathing automatically becomes short, shallow and high – the complete opposite of what it should do. This type of breathing fails to deliver correct proportions of oxygen and carbon dioxide to the body, constricts blood vessels, and leads to states of reduced clear headedness and poor decision making. In turn, these effects create even more stress.
By learning how to make your body respond to perceived threats by breathing correctly, you’ll discover a natural and effective way to put an end to panic attacks all together.
What to Expect from this Class.
Not only is experiencing a panic attack scary, waiting for the next one to strike is extremely stressful. If you’re looking to reduce stress and ultimately put an end to your panic attacks, then this class is for you.
During this one-on-one class, we’ll focus completely on you and your goals. You’ll learn breathing techniques based on your stress levels, your reaction to stress, and where your mind, body, and health currently is. Relaxing begins with the breath, and this class is all about rewiring how your body responds to stress. You’ll learn stress exercises and relaxation techniques that have been used in Ashtanga Yoga and Pranayama practices for thousands of years, and you’ll discover the science behind them and why they affect they body the way they do.
You’re Not Alone.
It is estimated that one million Americans experience panic attack symptoms every month. While severe stress can lead to panic attacks, stress is not the only thing that causes them. For some, being prone to panic attacks is hereditary. For others, panic attacks arise during major life transitions.
The effects of panic attacks extend beyond the attack itself. Many people lose their jobs and source of income. Some are unable to work for at least a month, or unable to drive farther than three miles from their home.
Whether your panic attacks arise from stress or they’re hereditary, you have the power to stop them. You’ve always had the power. The secret is learning how to unleash it. Live without stress. Live in the breath.