For the sufferer anxiety is basically 24 hour a day managing. The idea of "accepting and letting it be" makes sense on paper and in theory will work. What does one do when it becomes a little too much?
When i experience physical symptoms (panic, shakes, trembling, fast heart beat) i weather the storm and let it be and control my behavior of not overreacting to it. This is to teach the brain to desensitiz itself etc...... But what is one to do when you're highly sensitized and the smallest of thoughts trigger the physical symptoms?
A person can't spend the day accepting physical discomfort when you have repeated back to back episodes. At this point it's out of control and you're about to lose yourself. The brain just isn't getting it.
I'm curious to know others take on this? From personal experience. Is this the point when medication needs to interject?