Basic description of the disease
Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder where you regularly have sudden attacks of panic or fear. A panic attack is a sudden strong feeling of fear that can happen anywhere, at any time. An attack usually passes in 5 to 10 minutes, but it can linger for hours. It can feel like you’re having a heart attack or a stroke.
Panic attacks typically include some of these signs or symptoms - sense of danger, fear of loss of control or death, sweating, trembling or shaking, shortness of breath or tightness in your throat, nausea, abdominal cramping, chest pain, headache, dizziness and similar.
Ayurveda considers panic attacks as being a form of modern Vata imbalance.
According to Ayurveda, the key to effective stress management lies in trying to avoid stress and strengthening the body’s adaptive power to deal with stress.
During the Ayurvedic treatment for Panic disorder the aim is to restore the healthy balance of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha to promote healthy living. Therapies in the Ayurveda are very helpful in increasing balance keeps the mind stable and stabilization of functioning of the brain. Special diet plan focus with detoxify the body and is an imperative part of Ayurvedic treatment. Treatment process usually include Panchkarma procedures, very important is body oiling – from internal and external. Different Ayurvedic massages is very advisable. Reducing the frequency and intensity of panic attack requires following a vata pacifying diet and daily routine.
A more accurate recovery course is compiled by an Ayurvedic doctor.
Devastating thoughts and emotions
Panic is a temporary paralysis of the brain. This condition results from excessive stress, tremendous resentment, hatred, depression, and other destructive emotions that are long in the leading stages of life.
self massage and regular massage is important
taking a 20 minute walk in the morning or evening has good benefits
practicing restorative yoga
retiring for bed at an early time
food and beverages that balance vata