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Panic SAEB Worksheet
On this page we will provide you with a Panic SAEB Worksheet. It will help you to know how to deal with a panic attack.
What is a Panic SAEB Worksheet?
The system, named SAEB as an acronym for symptoms, automatic thoughts, emotion, and behavior, is a useful aid to guiding first to recognize how certain emotions and cognitions serve to escalate the attack and then to substitute better coping cognitions and emotions.
A panic attack is a psychological condition in which a person experiences a number of physical symptoms as an outcome of the fearful or intense discomfort. The abrupt onset of intense fear or discomfort that reaches a peak within minutes and symptoms: Palpitations, pounding heart, or accelerated heart rate. Sweating. Trembling or shaking. Sensations of shortness of breath or smothering.
How will Panic SAEB Worksheet Help?
After using this worksheet you will get to know about the different ways of managing a panic disorder and creating healthy positive thoughts. You will also get to know the triggering factors that provoke your panic attack or make it worse, you will also get to know about the physical sensations, emotions that you feel while you undergo a panic attack. After getting to know all these things, you will be able to develop healthy coping strategies and channel your negative emotions into some constructive positive thoughts.
Instructions on how to use the Panic SAEB Worksheet
This worksheet will help you to create an overall picture of how panic track affects you physically and mentally so that in future you can avoid the factors that contribute to your panic attack.
You can download this worksheet here.
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