Menopause and Panic Attacks
The combined stress of menopause and panic attacks can make life seem
very overwhelming indeed. However, you don’t need to let these symptoms control your life. By isolating the
problem, you can take steps to lessen and even eliminate the symptoms of your panic attacks
Causes of Menopause Panic Attacks
Do you often experience intense chest pain, rapid breathing, an accelerated
heartbeat, dizziness, and even fainting? If so, you are suffering from panic attacks. There are a variety of things
that can trigger a menopausal panic attack.
Most often, however, the problem is due to the fluctuating hormones that occur
during this period of your life. This can result in hormone imbalances, which result in elevated stress and panic
levels. As a result, other fear related situations, such as job stress, worry over family problems, and phobias,
are more likely to trigger panic attacks while you are going through menopause. Oftentimes, your panic attacks may
not be triggered by anything at all.
How to Ease or Cure Menopausal Panic Attacks?
Fortunately, when it comes to menopause and panic attacks, there are a variety
of different steps you can take to ease your symptoms. Before you make any decisions, it’s wise to consult your
doctor. These panic attacks are result of physical changes, after all. Unlike other types of panic attacks, there
are more options for you to choose from when it comes to curing yourself.
One of the first things your doctor may recommend is taking hormone supplements.
This, in turn, treats the symptoms of both menopause and panic attacks. By balancing out your hormones, you can
significantly decrease the symptoms of panic
attacks as well as improving your overall health.
However, the road to eliminating your menopausal panic attacks is a long one. In
the process of experiencing these sudden occurrences of causeless terror, you can also lapse into feelings of
depression, hopelessness, and low self esteem. These feelings can actually make your panic attack much worse, as
negative thinking of any kind can make your problems seem much worse than they actually are.
If you are experiencing symptoms of depression combined with menopause and panic
attacks, there are several ways you can lower your stress levels and have a more upbeat outlook on life. You can do
this by taking time during your day to relax. For that period, pamper yourself. Think positively. Engage in
relaxing activities, such as meditation, reading, or a calm hobby. By taking your mind off the source of your
anxiety, you can experience enough of a respite
from it that you can take active steps to solve the source of your fear and depression.
Whatever method you choose, it’s important to remember that menopause and panic
attacks are caused by perfectly natural changes in your body. This chaotic time in your life will not last forever.
If you feel your menopause and panic attacks are too severe or occur too often, you may want to consult your doctor
about seeking therapeutic treatment or using anti-anxiety medication to ease your symptoms.
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