There can never be an experience as horridly worse as a panic attack. One cannot imagine the minutes or even hours of sheer terror a person has to endure. Doctors usually prescribe anti-anxiety drugs that, although, can prevent or lower anxiety, can lead to physical dependence and often dulls the mental state of the person. Chinese herbal remedies, on the other hand, can help reduce significantly the likelihood of a panic attack in a person without the risk of unpleasant and unnecessary side effects. Chinese herbal remedies can nourish a person’s mental and emotional state and establish a level of comfort in the body which prevents panic attacks from reoccurring.
A lot of medical experts believe that nervousness and mental exhaustion can make some individuals vulnerable to high levels of anxiety and panic attacks. To help nourish this nervousness and mental fatigue which should bring about a feeling of calmness and well-being, Chinese herbal medicine should certainly be used. Also, a variety of herbs are available that can contribute to a feeling of peace and calm, to help bring a person down from a panic attack.
For patients who have a panic/anxiety diagnosis, they most probably will be prescribed a light sedative by their physicians who most probably will refer them to a licensed therapist, in order for those patients to gain control of their lives once more. The drug may not be a permanent option as the therapist can teach them certain to techniques to relax their emotions, body, and mind. These practices can include deep breathing exercises, meditation, yoga, and other passive exercises. Sedatives such as lorazepam (Ativan), diazepam (Valium), clonazepam (klonopin), and alprazolam (Xanax) are commonly prescribed. They may be able to help a patient get over from that disagreeable anxious state; however, these drugs are but a band-aid. What can help a person truly heal from frequent panic attacks or anxiety disorders are taking Chinese herbal formulas and the right supplements, proper sleep, eating nourishing and healthy foods, following a proper exercise program, learning new ways to manage stress, and making positive lifestyle changes.
The correct Chinese herbal medicine formula should have no side effects and will be able to treat panic and anxiety attacks. Benzodiazepines, on the other hand, can lead to nausea, loss of memory, light headedness, drowsiness, and when used in the long-term, can lead to depression.
An anxious person can also benefit from supplements such as magnesium chloride mixed with amino acids and B vitamins. These supplements can help reconstitute vital neurotransmitters involved in anxiety or depression and help nourish the nerves when taken on an empty stomach half an hour before breakfast.
Having been around for millennia, Chinese herbal medicine has been used to resolve a lot of illnesses; therefore, it should come as no surprise, that there are herbal remedies used help to relieve panic attacks in people with a panic /anxiety disorder diagnosis.
The Rambling Powder herbal formula, for more than a thousand years, has been used to release tension and calm nerves. This formula was intended to generate the sensation of a free rambling spirit, going through life with ease, free from any tension. The Heavenly Emperor’s Heart Nourishing Pills is another Chinese herbal formula first documented in 1638. These pills has for centuries been used nourish the spirit whilst relaxing agitation and restlessness. This remedy was termed “Nourishing and calming one’s spiritual heart by the ancient Chinese. Isn’t that just how it feels in an anxiety or panic attack? The spiritual heart of the person is filled with agitation and the rug has been lifted up from under him/her. When the person’s spiritual heart and emotions feels nourished, calm, and grounded, anxiety can never arise. When these two formulas are combined, it can be a powerful treatment for panic attacks.
Chinese herbal medicine is based on the accumulated knowledge of over thousands of years. These formulas are created from 100% pure all-natural ingredients. They have no known side effects in most cases and Western medicine is at last starting to acknowledge their effectiveness.