Breathing

Breathing goes hand in hand with the other anxiety management tools that I wrote about. In my case, breathing is very closely tight with meditation as my most frequently practised form is basic breathing meditation. Breathing is something so simple and natural. We take it for granted and usually don’t pay close attention to it. … Continue reading Breathing

My Meditation

I always knew what meditation was but only really started practising it in September 2016. I began with ‘guided meditation’, which I believe is the easiest way to start meditating if you are new to the practice. The one that I used was this one from iTunes. But even if you just google 'guided meditation', … Continue reading My Meditation

Meditation

Meditation has been a big topic for me. That, combined with breathing exercises and yoga improved my mental health beyond the wildest expectations. Meditation is quite a broad term as there are many different kinds and practices. It is very complex ‘exercise’, which requires years of learning, dedication and training. I am far from an … Continue reading Meditation

Letting Go

‘Letting go’ is not really a panic attack management as much as it is a state of mind. It is a continuous practice of positive thinking and ability to let go and don’t take things or yourself too seriously. But when you master it, then you will truly be the master of yourself.

Anxiety and Panic Attacks

I finally found the time and state of mind to write about this big issue. I have been writing quite openly about my mental health since I started this blog but I promised I would also talk about anxiety and panic attacks management. I don’t have any qualification or authority to talk about mental health … Continue reading Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Mental Health

From the very moment when I decided that I wanted to start my blog, I knew that my mental health would be one of the big topics that I would like to write about. -- CONTINUE READING --

Thereafter

After returning from the hospital we agreed with my parents that it would be best if I returned to uni and continued with my life as normal as possible. At that time it was unclear whether my tumour was malignant and I needed further tests and close observation. I was so grateful for their approach. … Continue reading Thereafter