We went to Yankee Stadium recently for a game. We were in the top level and I\'m already not comfortable with heights. There were several drunk parties hurling slurs at the opposing teams and one fool who kept positioning himself against the rail, holding on with just his knees to rant and scream down on a player. The noiselevel was too much and the whole thing just seemed like a nightmare waiting to happen and I soon found myself stuck in my seat, hiding in my head. My heart was pounding, I was having trouble breathing, I was sweating and thought I was having a mini heart attack. Luckily my group was watching the game and didn\'t notice me. I finally tried some deep breathing yoga breaths that finally seemed to help. It lasted about ten minutes. Was this a panic attack? Should I talk to someone about it?
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