Health & Fitness How You Can Help A Friend Who Has Panic Attacks

14:21  04 december  2017
14:21  04 december  2017 Source:   ELLE (UK)

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It hit all of the best ways to help someone who is having a panic attack . For the most part I'm still aware and internally I'm normal, but I have problems interacting with the outside world, especially with words, and if you know you have a friend who has panic attacks you should find out if they have

a woman eating a hot dog © Provided by Hearst Communications, Inc When model and writer Stina Sanders had her first panic attack, she asked her colleague to call an ambulance because she thought she was dying.

'I thought I was having a heart attack,' she tells ELLE UK. 'My arms went numb and my chest became heavy. I went really dizzy, my heart rate sped up and I felt like I couldn't breathe.'

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