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Stress in everyday life: Panic Attacks Part 1 (Teacher: Michael)

Everyone is affected by stress in a variety of ways. Among the more difficult forms of stress are panic attacks.

Certain people are predisposed to having panic attacks. This explains why some people are affected and others are not. It also underlines the difficulty some people have in understanding those who suffer from panic attacks.

If you have never experienced one, how can you what it feels like to suffer one?

Stress in the workplace can on, or aggravate, a panic attack disorder. Even if the stressor is outside the workplace, an employee can still affected at work because they are always anxious that an attack may happen. A panic attack sufferer will usually experience an attack during a stress situation. They may fear and desperately need to avoid a situation.

A classic example would someone who has a fear of flying. They the fear, they want to out of the situation because they it as threatening to them. Their fears and thoughts over any rational thinking.

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