Quick Tip Video - 5 Ways to Stop Your Child's Panic Attack

  • 1 February 2021
  • Kristi
5 Ways to Stop Your Child's Panic Attack

Watching a child having a panic attack is heartbreaking. So much stress, fear, and anxiety for such young individuals. We have struggled with panic attacks over the years for various things and when they occur they are debilitating. Nothing happens. We can't move. We are simply paralyzed. In this quick tip video, I share my 5 favorite techniques to stop a panic attack. What I love about these is that they work really well, they are easy to deploy, and are fun for your child.

 

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In this video I share these 5 techniques.

1. The Pinwheel

2. The Mini Bubbles

3. Sensory Calming Jar

4. Glass of Milk with a Straw

5. Breath Together

Do you use any of these techniques too? Or tell me in the comments below other techniques you use to help stop your child's panic attack.

 

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