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Say the follow things to yourself, out loud, & repeat.

I am safe. I am not in danger. A panic attack cannot hurt me. I am breathing in enough air. I am beginning to calm down. I am going to be okay.

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For healthy people, a panic attack isn't dangerous. If you experience a panic attack, try the following:

  • Practice full, consistent breathing to combat hyperventilation.
  • Use relaxing distractions, like listening to music.
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