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Panic attacks and hyperventilation


Hyperventilation occurs in many degrees. You have people who feel light-headed during the day, occasionally spit a bit and have a headache. But there are also people with more intense complaints. For example, you may experience tingling in the mouth, feet or hands. Many yawn or sigh a lot and feel pressure on the chest.

These complaints can be so severe that they become afraid of getting these complaints again. This again leads into extra stress, which can aggravate the complaints even more.

In a way, it can get so severe that hyperventilation develops into panic attacks. These panic attacks also aggravate the complaints, affect sleep and so on. The trick is to break the circle of panic before panic. Learn this in our breathing trainings. You will be amazed at the quick results!