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  1. Ozzy47

    Understanding Anxiety and Panic Attacks in Easy Steps

    While panic and anxiety strikes have similar symptoms that there are gaps which you should know about. For example, an anxiety attack is a sudden surge of overwhelming fear and stress that always does occur without the obvious rationale and without caution. The majority of times these strikes...
  2. Butterfly88

    Stupid Anxiety!

    I was super anxious. I took my meds and went to bed on time only to get two hours of sleep before waking again. My heart is racing really fast and I can't get all the worries out of my head. Ugh, anxiety is the worst!
  3. Lee

    5 things NOT to say to somebody having a panic attack.

    Original source: 5 things NOT to say to somebody having a panic attack Panic attacks are defined by a combination of mental, physical and emotional symptoms or feelings. Typically, these attacks start with a sense of impending doom, dread or fear. Feelings of terror often increase in...
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