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How Yoga and Meditation Help Me Manage Anxiety

By: Pamela Newton After 25 years of crippling panic attacks, I discovered that the keys to handling my fears were within me the whole time. The first panic attack I remember descended on me when I was 5 years old. I was lying in bed unable to fall asleep, and my mind was cycling through various disaster scenarios. Suddenly, I felt like I couldn't breathe, my heart was racing, and I experienced a crushing fear that threatened to engulf me.
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