Individuals who experience cardiac distress can learn personal and effective techniques to help manage these severe panic and anxiety attacks, such as taking slow, deep breaths to decrease the heart rate, or practicing yoga and regular exercise to manage stress long term. Once a person is diagnosed correctly by a health practitioner with cardiac distress, one can create a plan of non-medical interventions to help oneself. Meditation, yoga, tai chi, and any slow and mindful exercise will help one stay calm. Sometimes, however, medical intervention is necessary. Some individuals have a need for prescription or herbal medications along with proper self-management skills to lessen the frequency and duration of severe panic or anxiety attacks. Individuals who experience cardiac distress are often suffering from other conditions as well such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Taking control of your health, both physically and mentally, from a holistic perspective, can help give you a proactive mindset on preventive healthcare.
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