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Expert advice from our partner ChickRx. Q: The other day, I suddenly stopped being able to breathe properly, my heart was racing, and I thought I was going to pass out. Is that a panic attack? How can I make sure I don’t get one again? First off, panic attacks are very common and most people will

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People often confuse an anxiety attack vs. panic attack. Learning what both terms really mean will help you figure out which you might be experiencing.

APA Reference Sapadin, L. (2013). What a Panic Attack Feels Like. Psych Central.Retrieved on May 23, 2018, from

If you’re wondering how to help a friend having a panic attack, you can start by avoiding insensitive responses like “Calm down” or “Don’t worry about

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A panic attack is extreme anxiety that results in physical symptoms and can mimic a heart attack. Learn how to manage panic attacks at

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Panic attacks may be a symptom of an anxiety disorder. Symptoms and signs include palpitations, shaking, and chest pain. Get the facts …

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A panic attack can happen anywhere, at any time. You may feel terrified and overwhelmed, even though you’re not in any danger. If this kind of random event has happened to you at least twice, and you constantly worry and change your routine to keep from having one, you might have panic disorder

People with panic disorder have feelings of terror that strike suddenly and repeatedly, most often with no warning. The frequency and severity of panic symptoms can vary widely. A person with this condition usually can’t predict when an attack will occur, and so many develop intense anxiety

Panic attacks are generally brief, lasting less than 10 minutes, although some of the symptoms may persist for a longer time. People who have had one panic attack are at greater risk for having subsequent panic attacks than those who have never experienced a panic attack. When the attacks occur