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For those who suffer from panic attacks, I highly suggest you seek medical advice, help and treatment from your doctor.

This site does not offer any medical advice or treatment of any kind.  These posts of mine are just reflections of my own personal experience with panic attacks.  Sadly, no miracle cure or products are here.

This much having been said, I hope and pray that what I share with you could be of some help to you…

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