PTSD and panic attacks are both influenced by specific brain chemistry and function which can be altered by traumatic experiences. The brain is ‘plastic’ and traumatic experiences can change structure and functioning, ‘rewiring’ it, literally, which is not a bad thing since that also means that the brain has the plasticity to restructure and ‘rewire’ itself itself to HEAL from trauma. So, if you have been traumatized or afflicted with chronic anxiety or even panic attacks, you CAN get better, using various techniques and approaches OTHER than neurotoxic prescription drugs. (Check out websites like ‘balancingbrainchemistry.com’ and others, for alternatives. Mercola.com
is good too and there are others . So it’s hard to tell where one starts and the other one ends, to answer your question about PTSD and panic attacks. Maybe thinking about this situation triggered you in a way that people with PTSD get triggered when I think about past traumatic events.
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