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What happens to your body when you’re in panic mode

on August 18, 2014

MEDIC FINDER

It takes only a few seconds to spur a phobic meltdown. Here is a play-by-play of a panicked response.
0 to 1 second:
Your eyes or ears identify your phobic trigger (a needle, a snake, the dentist?s drill) and instantly send a ?threat!? message to your amygdala, the…
What happens to your body when you’re in panic mode

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