What are the different ways you manage your anxiety attacks?
I keep my PRN medicine with me in my pocket, on walks & especially if I need to go inside a store. For me, most of the time just knowing the antidote is at hand is enough to calm the attack. Another coping method, I just remove myself from the situation.
Swimming is a great exercise. I've loved it all my life. For, who knows what reason, I sometimes wig out at the pool.
I used to stay, but found the anxiety building to a dangerous level.
Now, if I feel an attack, I immediately grab my stuff & split. For me, it's easier to return again. Pamela
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