Panic Attacks: Identification and Coping Skills

Panic attacks, a.k.a fight or flight response follow a similar pattern that all fear issues follow. Adrenaline, heightened response, let down, physical complications. The difference? With a panic attack, no real danger exists. But- panic attacks are terrifying and debilitating just the same. Physical symptoms include: shallow breathing, dizziness, fainting, chest pain, nausea, sweating, chills, headaches...all the symptoms of an adrenaline rush. Panic attacks are insidious; they creep up and ambush you unexpectedly. Panic attacks are nebulous; they are very difficult to track down. But there's hope. Once you identify yourself as a victim of panic attacks, you can learn healthy new coping skills! Here's how

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