A panic attack can occur for just about any reason, often arriving without warning and something that can easily get out of control rather quickly. There are certain circumstances in your everyday life that are actually making these panic attacks occur more frequently, and chances are pretty good you don’t even really you are setting yourself up to fail each day by replaying the same scenarios over and over. These anxiety triggers bring on the bouts of overwhelm, stress, and panic, and often you have developed patterns in your daily routine that are making things worse. Today we are going to discuss some of the most common panic attack triggers you need to avoid so that you can begin the road to recovery and take back some of that control in your life.
1.The Cleanliness Trigger
Perhaps one of the most common panic attack triggers you need to avoid, associating a clean environment over clutter can bring on daily bouts with anxiety and stress. What happens is that things in your home and workplace are going to easily get cluttered if you are not on top of things. Cleaning the house is a daily grind many people dread, but some take it to the extreme.
Some people begin to associate a cluttered house with lack of control, and not being able to keep it perfectly clean every minute of the day brings on those panic attacks. Many people don’t even realize they trigger the panic attack when they look at the laundry piling up, the dishes in the sink, the dirty floors, the unmade beds, the dirty windows, and suddenly feel overwhelmed because they haven’t even started cleaning. To avoid this trigger, simply accept this chore is something you will address in small pieces each day and it will get done eventually.