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Can tai chi and meditation help to stop adrenaline surges?

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  1. Yes it should do, anything that has a calming effect would help.
    Tai Chi is one of the ‘soft’ martial arts developed by the ancient Chinese. It is practised in the west as a way of dealing with stress.
    One way to deal with an adrenaline rush – general relaxation – by teaching your body to relax before an adrenaline rush happens, you can be ready to make your body relax when you feel an episode coming on. If you regularly practice breathing exercises or yoga, you can use those relaxation techniques should you feel an adrenaline rush coming on.
    Tai chi should work well.

  2. Anything that will teach you to control your mind and body, will help.
    But i would say meditation would help the most as it really will teach control over mind body and spirit.
    If you are interested in learning more, i have covered many topics on how to do these meditations and some exercises on my site.
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  3. Adrenaline surges are usually related to anxiety and stress. If you have been examined by your doctor and there doesn’t seem to be any physical problem, particularly hormonal, it could be something in your life that is the cause. Health, family, relationship, financial, or any other problem, could be causing anxiety, stress, or panic attacks. If you identify the cause and are unable to resolve it, the next best thing is to learn to live with it and manage the adrenaline surges.
    Tai chi and meditation should help as they are commonly used to help with stress related health problems.

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