Similarities Between Anxiety And Panic Attacks

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Suffering from an anxiety disorder causes one to have anxiety and/or panic attacks. Many view these attacks as the same thing, yet they have their differences. Sheryl Ankrom from “VeryWell” states:
“During a panic attack, the symptoms are sudden and extremely intense. These symptoms usually occur ‘out of the blue,’ without an obvious immediate triggering stimulus.” While an anxiety attack “. . .generally intensifies over a period of time and is highly correlated to excessive worry about some potential ‘danger’ . . .the symptoms of a panic attack may be persistent and very long-lasting -- days, weeks, or even months.”
Both attacks have similarities to them. Typically, they both are accompanied by increased heart rate and dizziness. However,

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