Published in


The Ins and Outs of Panic Attacks

What You See vs. What I Feel

Photo by Andrey Metelev on Unsplash

According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, approximately 4 % of the population will experience Panic Disorder in their lifetime. I am one of them. People with Panic Disorder experience unexpected and repeated panic attacks. These attacks are characterized by an intense fear or feeling of discomfort and can include the following symptoms (according…




We curate and disseminate outstanding articles from diverse domains and disciplines to create fusion and synergy.

Recommended from Medium

How do you make a Zoom presentation better? Approach it differently.

Doing a Bad Thing Doesn’t Make You a Bad Person

Gen Z’s Social Dilemma in a Remote-Working World

From Prison to American Prison Newspapers Engagement Editor

Isolating on the Edge of the World

How I Began Re-finding Me — Fifty Years On From Childhood Abuse

Collective Souls: The Pluto in Virgo Generation

10 remote work tips to delight the 5 senses

A clean, bright home office optimized for productivity

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Misty Rae

Misty Rae

3X Top Writer. Former legal eagle. Wife, mother, nature lover, chef, writer and all-around free spirit looking to write her way back to the ocean.

More from Medium

“Don’t Lose Sight of Common Sense”

Don’t Choose To Stay A Victim When You Can Survive The Scary Road To Reclaiming Your Life And…

How to Love Your Enemies a Little Bit at a Time

Tooting Our Own Horns