Help someone having a panic attack
A panic attack is a sudden episode of deep fear that causes physical reactions
when there is no actual danger. Some symptoms of a panic attack are feelings of
losing control, sweating, palpitations, trembling, shortness of breath, chills,
and hot flashes.
Here is how you can help someone experiencing a panic attack:
1. Educate: The first thing to do is to educate yourself about what a panic
attack is and its symptoms. This will help you recognize it.
2. Stay Calm: You have to stay calm