Panic attacks are a brief, sudden, and intense rush of panic, fear, or anxiety. They often happen quickly and with little warning beforehand.
If someone you know and love has a panic attack, you must know what to do to help them. However, it’s equally important that you know what not to do.
Recognizing the Symptoms of a Panic Attack in Someone Else One of the first things you should do to be of any help is to know what a panic attack’s symptoms look like.Read more on themighty.com