New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

PANIC stations

When people get a little flustered, they will often joke that they’re having a panic attack. The real thing, however, is no laughing matter. And what’s the difference between panic and anxiety anyway?

Fear not!

Panic attacks can strike out of the blue. One minute you’re fine and getting on with life as usual; the next your heart

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