hello everyone i hope this will help anyone or everyone. I know that panic attacks are extremely frightening, everytime i would have an attack i would run to the ER because i didnt understand what was happening to me, thankfully i have learned enough about them and how to atleast semi-control them so that i dont run to the ER now everytime i get one. I learned that breathing during an attack is a big key to getting through them even though everyones level of attacks are different, feeling like we cant breath is something very common and this might sound a bit strange but i think if you can find a way to somehow control your breathing instead of fast breaths try taking slow ones and this sounds even stranger but when i find myself having the pre-symptoms of an panic attack i slowly walk around, get a couple drinks of water and try to find something to do thats normal like dishes or something then when i feel myself start to calm a little i try to yawn its something about the deep inhale of a yawn that totally helps me, then i find myself being able to breath better and i am able to slowly calm down. I hope this will help and i hope that some or all of you try this thanks.
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