We may have developed anxiety and panic attacks as a response to danger somewhere in our evolution.
But often when we experience them now, there may be no reason for them at all.
One way to manage a panic attack when it’s happening is to “lean in.”
This means you observe what’s happening objectively, noting as many details of your surroundings and experience as possible.
By approaching it like a scientist, the intense fear may begin to lose its hold on you.
Anxiety is a strange feeling. Your pulse races, your palms are sweaty, and you can’t let go of your worries — and you might not have an explanation.
Some people experience panic attacks, which are a sudden strong rush of intense mental and physical symptoms, which can come on very quickly and for no apparent reason.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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