Which Food and Drinks Can Help You

Unfortunately it took me nearly 30 years to get in tune with my body before I came to realize that certain foods that I ate would either cause me to have a panic attack or reduce the frequency and duration of them.

What you need to know is that these foods can also affect your panic attacks as well.

In this article I will be sharing with you the foods that you should strongly consider including in your diet for preventive maintenance.

By understanding the basics of why you need these foods you will be better prepared for what to look for and add to your diet.

B-Complex has been known to reduce stress levels and keep your neurotransmitters happy. You can incorporate B-Complex into your diet through natural foods or through a high potency multi vitamins with natural herbs.

Chronic stress, smoking, typical poor diet, alcohol, and doctor prescribed drugs can quickly deplete B vitamins from your body.

So you need to be sure to eat foods high in B-Complex. What you want to look for are the dark green vegetable and whole grain foods to incorporate into your diet. For the dark green foods you want to eat Broccoli, green beans, sea weed, spinach, kale, hydrilla, and other green foods.

The whole grain foods that you should eat are whole grain pasta, barley, whole-grain cereal, oatmeal, brown rice as well as other whole grain foods.

By eating these foods high in B-Complex you can dramatically reduce the number of panic attacks or prevent a possible attack while your under stressful time periods in your life.

However keep in mind that eating healthy is only part of the equation when it comes to panic attacks. There are also typically deeply rooted issues that can also contribute to your anxiety and panic disorder and if you do not learn how to properly deal with those, only half your battle is won.