A Cure For Panic Attacks In Children
Panic attacks in children are NOT an illness. Not physically. Not Mentally. They are a very natural way the child's body reacts to stress, uncertainty and fear. At Last there is a cure.Probably TV programs are one of our greatest enemies. Doom and gloom is what the news channels thrive on. Then there are the video games where the baddies bomb or shoot up the good guys. The TV screen becomes a 'virtual life' to children. They are there. They really feel it. It's scary! Panic! Fear! Don't believe me? Let us go to the other end of the age spectrum, the grandparents. Its natural to worry if you feel your child is suffering from panic attacks. is worrying about some major news event in a land far away, like an earthquake, an invasion, a hurricane or tsunami. If we are not careful, they will die worrying about something that will never effect them.Children can be the same. They fill their little minds with fear, worry, panic even potential bullying at school or a family death loss of a friend to play with can be the trigger. Broken marriages are another trigger point. Healing can be close to hand. YOU could be the catalyst. You just need some guidance to help bring about a cure. You need to take time out, go for a walk, sit down and dream a little. What is your relationship with the child? Are you, or could you, become their best friend? Could you really listen and understand what their fears are. No jokes, no silly comments, it won't 'just go away'. In their life this is real. Hold out a welcome hand and share their world and understand. Try it. It's worth a go. There are many safe ways to address their mindset. You need to change their mindset when panic attacks in children occur. Overdo your daily praise comments, encouragement and companionship of the child. Give them confidence. If the time comes for them to voluntarily want to discuss what causes the panic attack or what they are worried about, take the opportunity to discuss it with them. Don't tell them they are silly to think this way. They are human, acting like humans when confronted by a really big issue for them. Above all they need a buddy to understand and help them through these times. Maybe it is a closer relationship with a friend of around their own age. Maybe it's something they don't feel they can discuss with you. The most important key is observing the reasons or other influences that create an anxiety or panic attack in the child. Try to recall what leads up to these panic attacks. Occasionally they occur out-of-the-blue. It can be fear of a bad past experience. Fear of an examination, fear of a bully or fear of loneliness. If you feel your child is suffering from panic attacks, you should refrain from getting worried; such symptoms are not abnormal. Panic attacks in children are readily curable. You just need simple on-line, in-home training to help you make it happen. These self-help methods work fer everybody, but we can focus especially on children. I promise you they are worth looking at if you want a cure. It's in their mind. You need to unlock it. Now with this guidance you can address it. They are NOT ill. Not physically. Not Mentally. I hope you will find the same cure we discovered. Were we trilled with the difference it made for us all.