TAGP 230: 5 Things You Must Do After A Panic Attack

March 9, 2020

after a panic attack

The moments after a panic attack can be:

  • Bewildering
  • Distressing
  • Filled with anger
  • Shameful

And much more.

Of course, our main goal for people suffering from panic disorder is to learn how to direct their minds, behaviours, internal imagery in order to have less chance of a panic attack. Since there’s always a reason (conscious or unconscious) for panic attacks we can tap into those reasons and lessen its strength over us.

Today’s anxiety guy podcast however deals with the moments after a panic attack, which are crucial.

No matter how you look at it it feels like you’ve ‘fallen back off the horse.’ Our job today is to get you back on that horse so you can keep riding it all the way to inner peace. Because it’s very much possible, even though you feel you have little to no control over what happens after a panic attack.

Remember, that’s just your emotions followed by your mind playing tricks on you.

Your emotions mustn’t dictate your thinking, your choices, your behaviours, or the way you interpret future situations. I understand very clearly the feeling of depersonalization that can be a result of such panic, even here though we can shift our interpretations.

Remember, your entire system loves you unconditionally. I mean sure it freaks out from time to time misinterpreting a situation based on the many factors that contribute to it. But there is a loving intention behind this anxiety and these panic attacks always, remember that.

For many years I wasn’t open to seeing this side of my panic attacks. Then I decided a change is an absolute must.

As a possible friend or family member of someone who sufferers, this anxiety guy podcast is vital for you as well. By following the steps outlined in today’s podcast you can do much good for someone after a panic attack has occurred. get ready to become more than anxiety.

Step 1:
Listen to today’s full episode of The Anxiety Guy Podcast Right Here:

Step 2:
Subscribe to the anxiety guy podcast through your favourite podcast directory such as Apple, Stitcher, or Podbean.

Step 3:
Leave a comment below! I’d love to hear about what insights you gained from this anxiety guy podcast episode on what to do after a panic attack.


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4 comments on “TAGP 230: 5 Things You Must Do After A Panic Attack

  1. Carolyn Mar 9, 2020

    Quite Do…Able, Not at All Threatening. You’re definitely on a Path that can be Followed.
    Really can use the Bits of Wisdom.
    Want to Thank You, really Brilliant!

  2. Tracie Mcmahan Mar 9, 2020

    Compassion after an attack has not been my go to. I get so mad at myself and go to the mad phase that it obviously is doing me no good. I learn something new after every challenge. I do not stand for pitty on my issue but strength to make a change as needed. In the moment of attacks it’s like all knowledge goes out the window until I begin to focus and search for what tool I need to practice. I will use compassion more. The attack itself last about an hr but you beat yourself up secretly for 3 days! You are so right – compassion is necessary so new tools can be implemented! ❤️ ❤️ ❤️