Panic Disorders/Attacks/anxiety


Hi, I had this palpitation since a few months ago which I think it`s an anxiety. It gets worse recently so I try to go to sleep to reduce the anxiety but when I wake up I still have the anxiety. It makes me loss focus in my study and I have exam in a few days. Is there any other ways to reduce the anxiety?

It's not uncommon to suffer anxiety when coming up to a big event, like exams. Try taking some deep breaths when you feel the anxiety. Take a deep breath in and hold it for about 10 seconds, then slowly exhale.
Stay away from any drinks that might stimulate your system too much, like coffee and fizzy drinks.
Drink plenty of water and exercise a little each day, maybe a brisk walk and enjoy it.
Try not to worry about the exam because no amount of worrying is going to change the result.
Try this for a couple of days and let me know how you get on.

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Sean Meaney


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