This Ancient Breathing Technique Will Provide Instant Drug-Free Anxiety Relief
"Your breathing quickens and becomes even more shallow; in an extreme case this can lead to a full-blown panic attack, in which the person begins to hyperventilate."
So breathing can actually be an important key in helping relieve our anxiety. That's where this ancient breathing technique becomes useful. One study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association reported that slow, diaphragmatic breathing proved as effective in reducing anxiety than imipramine, an antidepressant.
Pranayama breathing may do what it takes to make you feel better, but of course, don't suffer silently. If you need professional help, seek it out.