I used to think I was the only person in the world who experienced anxiety and states of this kind. But then, I started talking about it, and soon I found out I was not alone. Now, it's hard not to find a story or an article about Internet anxiety every day. I always wonder, what's going on? Why do so many people suffer from anxiety? Is this a more common problem than it was before?
After my research, I discovered that anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness all over the world. They affect 20% of adults over 18 years of age
After talking to a lot of people and reading a lot of forums, we found that anxiety in general could be something that most of us can "deal with", be it prescription, holistic medicine or mental and physical practices.
You can start your day very well and suddenly, from nowhere, your body becomes numb, hot, envelops you in a sweat that burns your toes, causes knee pain, causes a stomach void, alters sight, stiff neck, causes hair to feel in the fire ...
When this happens, the physical world feels so far away, you feel faint. But often, others around you do not immediately notice what happens to you because you internalize this extreme and sudden feeling.
For me it is about breathing and returning to earth with mudra and words. A lot of words. Speaking with self or words and repetitive phrases can be an incredible tool when anxiety hits you.Here are the following 20 statements that help you get out of panic:

I'm cold, calm and gathered.
This is only temporary.
Every inspired breath soothes me and every exhaled breath eliminates tension.
It's not your thoughts and feelings, and it does not have to hurt you.
Every cell in my body is relaxed and calm.
Smile, breathe and walk slowly.
I love deeply and unconditionally.
There is peace in me that can not be disturbed.
Transcend stress of any kind. I live in peace.
Inspiration calms my body, exhalation makes me smile.
Everything is good in my world and I'm safe.
And this will pass and I can cope.
With every breath, I release the anxiety and I become more calm.
Feelings come and go like clouds in a wind. Conscious breathing is my anchor.
I have overcome the fear of nothing and everything and live life with courage.
Understand this and be free: we are not in our bodies; our bodies are inside us.
I admit that the only constant in life is change and I'm ready for it.
You are exactly where you are right now, because you have to be there.
I am free of anxiety and continue to be so.
Act in the way you want to feel.

Lifestyle: 20 positive and sedative affirmations for panic states