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Limi ion Ordin nce, Ch p er 5 N m er 7
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D ed he 24 h d of M rch, 2014.
Exams are just around the cor-
ner, and I know the stress that
brings to many students. What
no one ever seems to talk about
are those students who actually
suffer panic attacks while study-
ing for or taking an exam.
I know they happen, and I
know that many students will
suffer in silence.
My hope is that more students
will recognise the symptoms of a
panic attack, admit to them and
seek help from their parents,
teachers or doctors.
No one should suffer in silence.
Everyone should know that there
is a way to deal with them and
lessen their impact.
If you ve never suffered from a
panic attack, count yourself lucky.
If you have had one, you know
that it feels like a heart attack.
I can vouch for that. The first
time I had a panic attack, I was
walking down the hall at school.
I felt nothing out of the ordinary:
no stress, no fear.
I had no problem I was aware
of, and then suddenly it hit me
like a shovel slammed against my
Here s what a panic attack feels
like: You can t talk. You re light-
headed, faint. There s intense
fear---usually of suffocating or
You feel like someone is holding
a pillow over your face or punch-
ing you in the chest.
Expect heart palpitations.
There s nausea, numbness or tin-
gling, hot or cold flashes, short-
ness of breath, dizziness and a
strange, horrific feeling of being
disconnected from yourself.
Worst of all is the feeling that
you have totally lost control of
"A panic attack is an exagger-
ation of the body s usual response
to stress, excitement or fear," says
Dr Paul McLaren, medical director
of the Priory Ticehurst Hospital
"The fear response gets
switched on when there is no
external danger and the body is
flooded with a surge of adrena-
line---the flight or fight hormone.
The heartbeat speeds up and
blood pressure rises; the sufferer
breathes more rapidly and muscle
Girls suffer from panic attacks
more than boys do, but anyone
can have one.
The School of Psychiatry at the
University of Massachusetts says
an attack can last for as long as
Believe me, that ten minutes
feels like a lifetime. Of course
panic attacks can be shorter. Still,
they feel like they re never going
What makes panic attacks so
scary is that they sometimes seem
to come out of nowhere. This cre-
ates a constant fear of the next
one and so panic attacks become
a vicious circle.
They re not something that
anyone wants to broadcast even
though the symptoms warrant
some kind of medical check up
and some urgent attention to
issues or stress that could be
Over the years, I have learned
that exercise and some type of
meditation or relaxation exercise
can lessen the occurrence or
effects of panic attacks.
Here are some other thoughts
about dealing with panic attacks:
1. Students who are prepared
for exams tend to fear exams less
than those who don t prepare
thoroughly or those who cram for
Good preparation means that
you do your homework consis-
tently and you revise your work
every day. Last minute cramming
adds to the feeling of pressure.
It s stressful.
The less stress you feel, the less
of a chance you have to feel a
2. Organised people get less
flustered. Organising yourself
gives you confidence. It helps you
feel prepared for meeting any
Organising yourself begins with
organising your time. Create a
timetable for studying. Work your
revision into a plan so you don t
leave out subjects.
Organise information on flash
cards. Take and keep good notes.
3. Stay calm before a test. Take
deep breaths---but don t hyper-
ventilate. Talk to yourself. Some-
times you have to work at staying
4. If you do have a panic attack
in an exam---that s the feeling that
you can t breathe and you re going
to faint or have a heart attack---
try to stay calm.
Remind yourself that this will
pass. Concentrate on your breath-
ing. Concentrate on relaxing. It s
scary, but it will go away.
5. Think of exams as a game or
puzzle. You are going to work your
way through the test calmly and
methodically. You re going to use
You re going to use strategies
to help you do well.
Remember, it s important to
confide in a parent or doctor if
you have ever suffered a panic
Log on to
and post your
be sent to the
KEEP CALM AND DON'T PANIC
The fear response gets switched on when
there is no external danger and the body is
flooded with a surge of adrenaline---the
'flight or fight' hormone. The heartbeat
speeds up and blood pressure rises; the
sufferer breathes more rapidly and muscle
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