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Anxiety attacks

An anxiety attack is also known as a panic attack

An anxiety attack, like a panic attack, is a sudden onset of anxiety, fear and panic - symptoms that feel out of control. On this page our mental wellbeing advisor, Marianna Kilburn, talks us through what anxiety attacks are, what causes them and what you can do to prevent them.

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When we feel stressed or anxious our body responds as though we are under attack, releasing a surge of adrenaline which can cause a number of baffling bodily behaviours including palpitations, shortness of breath and even a dry mouth!

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