Panic Attacks Are Treatable – Don’t Think They’re Not!

Panic attacks are pretty common – the National Institute of Mental Health estimates they affect about 6 million adults in the US alone.

But knowing that doesn’t make it any less disturbing when your body starts acting like you’re suddenly under a life-or-death threat, even though you’re in no imminent danger.

One minute you’re talking to a friend or making dinner or climbing into bed for the night, and the next minute you’re shaking and sweating while your stomach and heart fight over which one gets to jump out of your body first.

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