Should I be paying attention to my body or trying to dismiss its faulty signals? I had no idea. This is the greatest struggle for …

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Panic After Dark: Extreme Temperatures = Panic Trigger?

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  1. Those extreme variations in temperature are awful!! I once got heat exhaustion at the zoo because it was 95 degrees out, and ever since, I can’t stand heat. :(

  2. I can totally relate to this, as I have felt the exact same way during an attack! Everything you described down to a “T”.. :/

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