What happens in your brain when you have a panic attack?
from Medical Daily
It happens to the best of us: an onslaught of emotions that quickens your heartbeat, cranks up perspiration and blurs vision. Panic attacks are, according to health experts, exceedingly common. Some experience them once or twice in their lifetime; others have them whenever they’re speaking in public or preparing for an important phone call. In severe cases, sufferers may feel like they’re choking or coming close to fainting.
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