Writer Jen Crippen points out:
“Panic attacks were once nature’s way of keeping a person alive in a very dangerous situation.
“The surge of adrenaline pumped through the body during an attack allowed early man to outrun deadly predators, or claw themselves out from an avalanche of heavy debris.
“Today, there are people who have experienced repeated panic attacks who are living half lives as a result.”
Continued her article Panic Attacks: Nature Out Of Context.
Jen Crippen is author of the ebook Lets Get Physical: Anxiety Is Not All In Your Head.