Quick tips to stop a panic attack

Panic attacks are all too common, affecting as many as 11% of the US population each year—including doctors. A panic attack comes on suddenly, with feelings of intense fear or discomfort accompanied by symptoms like a thumping heart, chills, shaking, dizziness, and other worrisome sensations. Although not medically dangerous in itself, a panic attack is distressing, often frightening, and mentally and physically fatiguing.

Here’s what can be done to stop a panic attack—or at least lessen its effects.

From John Murphy, MDLinx

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