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Panic attack symptoms

Panic attacks can lead to a wide range of physical and emotional symptoms

Panic attacks can occur suddenly, and give rise to a number of other symptoms. These can be catagorised as either physical or emotional. On this page, mental wellbeing advisor Marianna Kilburn discusses a range of symptoms associated with panic attacks.

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Panic attacks do not always occur in busy, stressful situations – in fact, panic attacks at night are fairly common. This is because at night, worries and stress can overwhelm us as the mind tries to process the day’s events.

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