Sometimes my hands shake so much, I look like I’m leading a symphony. (Without a baton.) Legs too, I have to sit down.
Maybe you panic before a test, the very fear of having a seizure, social rejection, job anxieties, debt, fear of failure, an anticipated argument, holidays, fear of flying.
Or the daunting prospect of being alone without any support system. Or even death itself.
There are probably as many kinds of stress and panic attacks as there are those of us who suffer from them.
And behaviors: trembling, sweating, hyperventilating, breathlessness, feeling faint or light-headed, a sense of disorientation, cramping, nausea, your heart pounding like it’s going to explode from your chest, a fear of dying.
Or you’re just plain scared.
I could go on forever. And I’m sure you could, too.
It might be because your serotonin level is low, you’re feeling a sense of “fight or…
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