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Well as you describe, it is normal for many patients to experience these sorts of symptoms but they do settle down with time.
And it's nothing seems serious.
Your normal pulse rate is also assuring.
During an anxiety attack, it can help to remember that these feelings will pass and cause no physical harm, however scary it feels at the time.
Try acknowledging that this is a brief period of concentrated anxiety and that it will be over soon.
Take deep breaths
Deep breathing can help bring an anxiety attack under control. Anxiety attacks can cause rapid breathing, and chest tightness can make the breaths shallow. This type of breathing can make feelings of anxiety and tension worse. Instead, try to breathe slowly and deeply, concentrating on each breath. Breathe deeply from the abdomen, filling the lungs slowly and steadily while counting to 4 on both the inhale and the exhale.
A soothing scent can help relieve anxiety by tapping into the senses, helping the person stay grounded, and giving them something to focus on. Lavender is a common traditional remedy known for bringing about a sense of calm relaxation. Many studies report that lavender can help relieve anxiety.
Try holding the oil under your nose and inhaling gently, or dabbing a little onto a handkerchief to smell. This oil is widely available online but only purchase it from trusted retailers.
If you dislike the smell of lavender, they could try replacing it with another essential oil, such as bergamot orange, chamomile, or lemon.
Progressive muscle relaxation. Find a quiet location. Close your eyes and slowly tense and then relax each of your muscle groups from your toes to your head. Hold the tension for three seconds and then release quickly. This can help reduce the feelings of muscle tension that often come with anxiety.
Stay in the present moment. Anxiety can make your thoughts live in a terrible future that hasn’t happened yet. Try to bring yourself back to where you are. Practicing meditation can help.
Healthy lifestyle. Keeping active, eating well, going out into nature, spending time with family and friends, reducing stress, and doing the activities you enjoy are all effective in reducing anxiety and improving your wellbeing.
Keep yourself motivated to gradually taper off the medicine dose.
I would also recommend that you try or consider using CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) which would help
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