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Daily Mail – 14 March

How what you health can affect your health……

A panic attack is described as an intense feeling of fear and anxiety, which is accompanied by physical symptoms such as sweating, rapid breathing or dizziness.

‘In some people, wearing tight clothing that restricts breathing or something that makes you feel hot can cause changes in the body, such as more rapid breathing that feels like panic’ says Dr Monica Cain, a psychologist at Nightingale Hospital.

  1. Loosen and remove clothing
  2. Slow your breathing
  3. Try an exercise to distract your brain; focus on one of your senses

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