By Claire The Millennial Londoner
Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. This blog is purely for informational purposes compiled from personal experience and reputable sources. If you require any health advice please speak to a medical specialist. This blog also contains affiliate links that allow me to earn a commission at no extra cost to you.
If you have ever had an anxiety or panic attack you'll know how hard it is to just shake off those feelings hours or even days after the attack.
You could wake up one day feeling a little off and not be able to pinpoint why. Then outta nowhere you feel lightheaded, nauseous and breathless but can't understand why. So you find yourself rethinking everything you've done up until this moment hoping that you can understand what's wrong with you by which point your symptoms have intensified.
Now you're fully panicking, the world is coming to an end and you are none the wiser why this is happening. You realise that it's most likely anxiety because your symptoms are starting to dissipate and the world is no longer ending... Intense I know but this is how it can feel when anxiety hits you out of nowhere.