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how do you wind down after panic attacks

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    • LotusFlower

      608d

      I eat a little ice, rub ice on my arms, neck, and wrists to help me breathe and calm me down. Then I listen to some music and just focus on my breathing.

    • hannahslay

      608d

      Journal about things you’re grateful for

    • LotusFlower

      608d

      I eat a little ice, rub ice on my arms, neck, and wrists to help me breathe and calm me down. Then I listen to some music and just focus on my breathing.

    • floofballofconfusion

      608d

      I listen to some of my favorite music or watch funny videos with earbuds in so I can tune out any other noise, go to my safe place(my room) or somewhere I can be alone, and hug a stuffed animal or pillow if there are any where I am at. If I can’t do any of the above at the time, I take some deep breaths, close my eyes, and sing or hum to myself. The vibrations of singing and humming almost always seem to calm me down

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