How to cope with a panic attack | Psyche Guides
Being aware of your body’s response and trying to relax can help restore the balance to the autonomic nervous system **(ANS), allowing the parasympathetic system to come in the front.
One needs to understand that panic attacks, in general, are not dangerous but is an automatic response for your protection. It is our mind or the fear psychosis that can cause the real ‘panic’.
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The tightening of the chest and breathing difficulties are often confused for symptoms of the new virus.
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