Don’t try to ‘get rid of‘ panic with diet or exercise
As long as you do anything in order to ‘get rid of’ panic this is proof that you still have a LOT of fear about panic – and it is FEAR of panic that MAINTAINS it.
It makes sense to eat healthily and exercise regularly but if you do it obsessively to ‘get rid of’ panic attacks then you are likely to increase your Anticipatory Anxiety which defeats the objective. Try to be aware if you are turning diet or exercise into a ‘safety behaviour’.
Eat sensibly rather than ‘obsessively healthily’
Anxiety is generally caused by stress. Panic is a REACTION to exaggerated symptoms of anxiety. Food rarely causes anxiety and certainly can’t cure it. However, if our diet is unhealthy our body suffers and that can lead to feelings of tiredness, fatigue, lethargy and so on which hardly helps us cope with any stress in our life – especially panic! So – yes – it is wise to eat healthily – just don’t get obsessive and don’t think it will take away your fear of panic attacks.