What is the easiest way to deal with a panic attack in a social environment? How awkward!
Cover your mouth and nose with your own hand and breath in without anybody noticing it.
Put your mind on your breath. That will calm down the mind..
Thankfully, I've only had it happen a couple of times. I try to steady my breath, then excuse myself to the bathroom as naturally as I can manage. My normal mannerisms and speech are kind of choppy anyway, so most of the time no one notices anything out of the ordinary. Thus far, simply getting out of the situation as gracefully as possible seems to work the best.
by Diane Minton 10 months ago
What besides breathing can a person do to help a panic attack when it is occuring?Are there foods that will help the symptoms to subside? Can a person ever truly be free of these attacks that grip so tight, its like a stranglehold. Its like the wheels of a paddleboat hitting you over...
by Susan Ream 8 years ago
I had panic attacks years ago and wonder if this would be a good place to share your story and share answers you have found.
by BenWritings 6 years ago
Have you ever had a panic attack?Recently, I had a sudden feeling of fainting, totally random and without cause. I then noticed my heart was racing at around 120-140 BPM, and my hands started to tingle. I'm wondering if anyone has had any similar things happen? I think I created a panic attack from...
by schoolgirlforreal 6 years ago
Hi,I had a horrible panic attack todayI'm still trying to calm downIt's because I"m withdrawing off medicine my doctor told me toI'm at home aloneLuckily I realize it and reached outi thought it was something else bothering me but it's not reallyIt's a horrible panic attackIt got worse and I...
by ii3rittles 4 years ago
Why are people who suffer from anxiety & panic attacks some of the most creative people?
by JenPsych 7 years ago
What is your most distressing symptom during a panic attack?
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