Panic Attacks


Panic attacks are a sense of paralysing, hyperventilating fear that can be debilitating and terrifying. Meditation can help to bring harmony to your system and reduce the effects, and frequency, of panic attacks. It can temper our ‘fight or flight’ stress response and reduce activity in the fear centre of our brain, known as the amygdala.

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  • The problem

    Panic attacks are a sense of paralysing, hyperventilating fear that can be debilitating and terrifying. 

    They always arise from elevated anxiety levels, usually brought about by some form of psychological stress or another. 

    Once you’ve had one or two panic attacks, this anxiety may now be imprinted into your nervous system, and the mere possibility of another episode is enough to raise anxiety levels further.


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