Panic attacks can feel very scary. Especially for children. However, this can usually be resolved with treatment. A panic attack is an intense feeling of fear and anxiety. Its main symptoms are chest palpitations, sweating, and shortness of breath after witnessing scary or sad events. Apart from this, hands and feet become cold, dizzy, and restless. After being like this for a while, it gradually gets better again. Many people are familiar with such problems.
Such anxiety is caused by excessive workload, complications at work, and unfulfilled expectations and ambitions. This anxiety disorder is more common among young people. To stay away from such worries and problems, many consult psychologists. It is also possible to stay healthy by doing some yoga poses regularly.

Bhujangasana
Lie down on the floor. Now place the palms on the floor on both sides of the thighs. Then place the feet on the ground up to the waist and slowly lift the rest of the body upwards, resting on the palms. Now lift your head and look up. Hold this pose for 20-30 seconds and return to the previous position. First, do this asana three times.

Dhanurasana
Lie on your stomach. Then bend the knees and bring the legs as far as possible on the back. Now take both hands behind you and press firmly on the heel. Try to bring the legs closer to the head. In this pose, the chest, knees, and thighs will come off the floor. Place your lower abdomen and stomach on the floor and look up. Stay in this pose for 20 to 30 seconds with normal breathing.

Padahastasana
Stand up straight then slowly spread your legs apart. Now raise your hands upwards to take a deep breath. Bend your upper body forward from the waist while slowly exhaling. Touch the heel with the hand. Be careful not to break the knee. Hold this position for 20-30 seconds and return to the previous position.

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