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    Kate_Te posted:
    heart racing - check
    hands shaking - check
    trouble breathing - check
    mind racing - check
    extreme paranoia - check

    yup i think im having a panic attack
    lexismom11 responded:
    Try to make sure you are breathing nice and slow. Take it easy maybe laying down and wrapping up in a blanket. Whatever you do, I hope this does not last long.
    MandyCake responded:
    I really dislike panic attacks... Find somewhere you feel safe, breathe nice and slow, Focus on a happy place. Do something soothing just for you.

    I hope this passes quickly Kate_Te.

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