Some tips to stop panic attacks

To control your breathing, take a slow, deep breath in through your nose and out through your mouth.

Breathe slowly and deeply

Use your senses to focus on your surroundings, such as feeling the texture of an object or hearing a sound.

Use grounding techniques

Reframe the negative thoughts and remind yourself that the panic attack will pass.

Challenge your thoughts

Tense and relax your muscles one by one to release tension.

Use muscle relaxation techniques

Use scents like lavender or peppermint to promote relaxation.

Try aromatherapy

Do light exercise or take a walk to help control your breathing and reduce stress.

Move your body

Listen to soothing music to help calm your mind and body.

Use calming music

Call a trusted friend or family member for help during a panic attack.

Reach out for support

If panic attacks continue or have a significant impact on daily life, consider seeking help from a mental health professional.

Seek professional help