31 May '16, 1am

Four tried and tested tips to dealing with an anxiety attack:

Another way to manage your anxiety is by distracting yourself from the feelings. Dr Gupta recommended the use of distraction techniques too. He said: "Engaging your senses will help you to focus on something else and take your mind off the trigger of your anxiety attack." Personally, I find it helpful to always have a form of distraction at hand. For instance, I usually like to read till I fall asleep. Reading is great because it's a therapeutic way to fall asleep (unlike scrolling through social media) and it forces your mind to focus on something else, instead of the bad thoughts looming in your head.

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