People affected by social anxiety avoid interacting with others because of their inability to manage their anxiety within the social environment. In the next two minutes I’m going to reveal to you the ways to deal with anxiety attacks.
They have got it all wrong: people think that panic attacks only happen to a few people.
But here is a fact: panic attacks are probably more common than you realize. 20% of the people in the US are suffering from an anxiety disorder at any given time.
Here is a secret: spend time with friends or family. Doing things with those we feel close to deepens our bonds, allowing us to feel supported and secure. And the fun and sharing that go with it allow us to feel happier and less upset about things. If you feel worried or nervous about something, talking about it with someone who listens and cares can help you feel more understood and better able to cope.