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Calm Yourself

For some people, the brain quietly nags and nudges about worries, may they be small or large. And, for others, full-on panic is the order. For these unfortunates, small events take on giant catastrophic proportions, at times landing the sufferer in the doctor's office with a full-blown panic attack. Here's how to ease the anxiety of everyday worry, epic or not.
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