Panic Attack Treatment in Brooklyn, New York
If you are looking for panic attack natural treatment in Brooklyn, New York we are the place that will help you using only natural and holistic approaches. We manage to design an individual and personalized natural treatment for your condition, using acupuncture, acupressure, micro-current and other natural ways of treatment.
Those who experience panic attacks are looking for holistic and natural ways of treatment in order to tackle the causes and consequences of panic attack. Dr. Tatyana Yakovleva has more than 20+ years experience helping patients with panic attack to treat the condition using natural treatment approaches only. If you are looking for how to stop the panic attack in Brooklyn, New York and do not trust medicine, Amita Holistic Healing Center is perfect for you.
Panic attack is something many people experience but rarely discuss. Panic attack symptoms usually vary from person to person, but among the most common symptoms include intense anxiety, sweating, dizziness, a racing heart, shortness of breath, nausea, chest pain, numbness, even stomach cramping and headaches. For those who never experienced panic attack in their lives, it is hard to imagine to have one or several symptoms at one and have no control of them. Those who experience panic attacks describe it as they think they are dying. Panic attacks technically aren’t dangerous – that said, it’s really important to get a proper diagnosis from a medical professional, as the symptoms can resemble other serious health problems (which you need to rule out!) like a heart attack, diabetes, thyroid disease, and asthma.
It’s true that sometimes you can easily pinpoint the cause of a panic attack: you might have serious money stresses, been fired from your job, recently lost a loved one, gone through a divorce, or you maybe you are in a crowded space.
However, there doesn’t have to be necessarily a cause – and there very often isn’t. Attacks can seemingly come out of nowhere (you could be driving, in a meeting, or in a public space) and can start at any stage of your life – no matter if if you’ve had a history of anxiety before.
It’s actually quite common for people to experience a one or two panic attacks, and then never have another. Some people, however, do have regular, recurring panic attacks. It is important to tackle panic attacks with natural treatments only, as holistic and non-traditional medicine has no side effects and targets not only the symptom but also the causes. If you live in New York, Brooklyn or the Tri-state area, Dr. Tatyana Yakovleva will help you cure your problem. We have many grateful patients over the years who were looking for panic attack treatment without medication in Brooklyn, New York and started feeling better only just a couple of treatment sessions.
Professional treatment for panic attacks in Brooklyn, New York can be very successful. Medication, psychotherapy and stress management are just some of the tools that professionals use to treat people who experience panic attacks – and in lots of cases, this reduces the intensity and frequency of their attacks.
These approaches can also provide people with useful techniques that help them to cope when a panic starts to sets in.
As well as seeking medical help, there are some techniques that can help:
- Avoiding caffeine, alcohol, smoking and drugs
- Practicing stress management (making sure you have time to switch off) and relaxation techniques (like meditation)
- Getting physical (make sure you factor exercise into your routine to get the endorphins flowing)
- Sleeping (experts recommend between 7-8 hours)
Many professionals link panic attack to psychological issues and undermine the effect of holistic and natural treatment in Brooklyn. Dr. Tatyana helps patients with panic attacks and manages to tackle its causes. You can find an anxiety therapist in New York, but our clinic tackles not only the symptoms but also the causes of panic attacks with such techniques like acupuncture, acupressure, micro current and other natural techniques.