Simple Grounding Exercise For Calming Anxiety & Panic Attacks2 min read
Grounding exercises retrain your nervous system to find calm in moments of anxiety. Instead of avoiding your feelings, you face them head on and use your senses to remind your brain that you are safe. For people living with anxiety, grounding exercises are an asset.
If you’ve ever experienced panic attacks, anxiety attacks or PTSD, then this at-home grounding exercise can help.
Here’s how it’s helped others:
Don’t bottle your feelings up
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