Show 202 Symptom Care and Frozen Orange Juice

We don't just talk the talk about these parts, this is a living on-going learning process about how to exist in this time with an anxiety disorder. 

In this episode, how I headed off a panic attack with a can of frozen orange juice. And more to the point, adjust your symptoms management to the situation.

If you need support contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, the Trevor Project at 1-866-488-7386 or text “START” to 741-741.

Resources Mentioned:

From the Psych Hub website there are two videos of interest, the first being a video explaining what compassion fatigue is and some of the things folks can do to handle it. 

There is another video about what is anxiety, the types of anxiety and the availability of treatment. These videos introduce the concepts and give you initial information.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Association (SAMHSA) also has a fact sheet on compassion fatigue.

How to Find Balance During this Stressful Time is an article by Dominique Apollon about creating a safe, caring environment for yourself.

SAMHSA Fact Sheet on Sheltering in Place, what to expect and ways to cope with being inside for long periods of time.

Simple Habit is a meditation and mindfulness app that you can download via Google Play or Apple Apps Store. You can visit the website to get a sense of the kind of content and does it fit your needs.

Psychology Today has a post about 10 Simple Tactics to Manage Anxiety and Panic Attacks. One of those tactics is to remember that 


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