If you suffer from panic attacks, then you will understand the desperate attempts to rid yourself of the nasty attacks.
Most people rush to a psychiatrist to obtain medicine such as anti-depressants or benzodiazepines to counter act the effects of panic attacks. Both these pharmaceuticals may work, but as most people know drugs can come with some severe side effects.
Essential oils, on the other hand, can help maintain a level of calm, reduce the chance of panic attacks, and give you a healthy and natural way to fight panic attacks.
Using essential oils can calm your nerves and help you fight off panic attacks. Although you can use the oils for aromatherapy during an attack, it is more advantageous to use them prior before having an attack. Using essential oils is a preventative method to help keep the panic attacks at bay and bringing you peace throughout your day. Aromatherapy is a safe and effective way to help keep panic attacks from flaring before they actually happen.
For those who don’t know what exactly a panic attack entails, it is a process where you emotions take over your mental state. You react, panic, and fall into a stage of ultimate panic. You overreact and your body compensates with its adrenal system by releasing adrenaline. Adrenaline is responsible for the muscle tension and increase in heart rate. Your breathing becomes quick and shallow and your body falls into a state of “fight or flight” state as if you have been faced with danger.
If you are susceptible to panic attacks, you can use the essential oils in aromatherapy in your office, in your home, or even as a mild cologne or perfume to help keep the aroma available throughout the day. In the office it will help you deal with the stressful actions that could otherwise trigger a panic attack. At home, essential oils in aromatherapy can help you relax from a hard day of taking care of kids, and it can help you relax when coming home from work.
The following list of essential oils are extremely effective ways to help fight off panic attacks. You can use them individually for their separate effects, or for the ultimate effect combine them to help eliminate, control, and calm panic attacks when they happen. The combination of Frankincense, Lavender, Neroli and a few others can help you fight panic attacks naturally and without the use of harmful drugs.
Frankincense is a major essential oil that is involved with balancing and relaxing your mind and spirit. The exotic plant is found in Africa as a bush with a beautiful fragrance. It is often recognized from religious stories since it has be a prominently soothing plant for many centuries. The deeply relaxing herb is essential for improving your state of mind and relaxing your body.
Lavender French is cultivated in Europe as a powerful essential oil that soothes your mind, relaxes your spirit, and it even plays as a mild antiseptic. It is a popular, soft and mild scent that has a flowery aura. It can help ease your sore aches and pains in the muscles and it can reduce the head tension from a hard day’s work.
Neroli is a distilled oil from the bitter orange tree. The fragrance is meant to relax you mind and restore energy levels to proper levels. It can help relieve your soul from anger and irritability and it keeps you from allowing emotions to flare.
Use these essential oils alone or in combination and you can surely eliminate outbreaks of panic attacks.
Our popular Zen De-Stress Blend includes Lavender, Clary Sage, Neroli, Roman Chamomile and Rosemary – all essential oils that help with stress, anxiety and pain.
Kathy Heshelow administrator
Kathy Heshelow is founder of ZEN BOX, Sublime Beauty Naturals and Sublime Beauty. She is an author and entrepreneur who loves natural approaches to wellness and life! She is a member of NAHA (National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy) and is in an intense international aromatherapy certification program, making formal her knowledge and love of Essential Oils.
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