8 simple techniques that I have used to help overcome my panic attacks and anxiety. Deep breathing. Your chest pain is the result of an incorrect breathing. Buy Omega Fish Oil Capsules and Calcium – Magnesium supplements. Magnesium has helped me enormously. It definitely works, especially for my twitches and heart palpitations. Recent studies have shown that fish oils can reduce the level of your anxiety and even eliminate your panic attacks. Now this rule, should be applied even by healthy people – Eat a lot of raw fruit and vegetables. Have one apple at breakfast, one banana at lunch, and eat your favorite fruit in the evening, at least 3 fresh fruits/vegetables every day or combined. Stay away from sugar, salt and fat. Usually sugar can rise the blood pressure and automatically affect anxiety sufferers. Try to have a low carb diet, no matter how hard it is you need to avoid carbohydrates.
Any carbs that you consume should be from whole grains or anything that will make it harder for your body to break down. Exercise at least 20 minutes every day. It`s recommended doing it in the morning, just to get you prepared for the entire day. Do not overwhelm your self, take everything easy and do as many type of exercises as you can, write down a schedule so you can follow, it`s not that hard after all. Use diaries. When you feel worst take a plain piece of paper and write down your thoughts for ten minutes. You can write just anything you like, even things that you would not tell anyone. This will help you overcome your anxiety tenfold. It`s one of the easiest ways to push everything out that may affect you. After 5 minutes, stop and read what you wrote aloud, so that you can understand better what you`re going through and fight to release your anxiety a lot easier. You will most likely burst out laughing because you will notice how ridiculous your thoughts are and the reality may be totally different. Nobody is ever to harm you and nobody is against you, everyone wants to you healthy as you were before. Get a consistent sleep. Now a healthy person would sleep for at least 6 hours every night, make that between 8 and 10, until you reduce your anxiety consistently.
Where do most college students exist on Maslow’s hierarchy of needs? Where do you exist? GCU style is not required, but solid writing skill is expected. How does dehumanization exist today? Give at least three examples. What impact does it have on you and communication? Describe a situation where rhetorical absolutes had a negative effect on you. How would a more flexible term have helped? This is a CLC assignment. According to Merriam Webster’s online dictionary, an artifact is “something created by humans usually for a practical purpose.” Use this or a similar definition as a framework for selecting an artifact that is subtly persuasive. The artifact may use images and visual effects to induce persuasion. The artifact must include language in the form of written or spoken words. As a group, determine the effectiveness of the artifact. Using one, some, or all of the ideas we have read or talked about, explain why the message was or was not effective.
What ideas could have improved the artifact? Apply the theories and ideas from the text, readings, and discussions to explain the persuasive nature of the artifact. Prepare a presentation in a format of your choosing (i.e., PowerPoint, Word, etc.) to show what you learned. It must include at least a title page with each group members’ name; each main point must be clearly identified with supporting evidence; and a clear conclusion and a list of references are required. 1. Describe the audience the message was designed for. 2. Describe how the artifact qualifies as persuasion under the definitions we talked about. 3. What theories explain the effectiveness of the artifact? 4. What theories might be used to improve the effectiveness of the artifact? 5. Was the artifact written ethically? 6. How could it be written differently so that it would be ethical? Make it fun, but informative, showing depth of thought and critical thinking. Write a 250-500-word essay that clearly violates an ethical standard. Explain what ethical standard you violated. What effect do you feel it will have on the audience?