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What's the difference between anxiety and panic?

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Dr. Joseph Boland
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: Panic more intense

Anxiety is the apprehensive anticipation of future danger or misfortune accompanied by a feeling of tension or worry.
Panic attacks involve a sudden intense apprehension, fearfulness, or terror, often associated with feelings of impending doom. The reaction may involve shortness of breath, heart racing, adrenaline response that may trigger feelings of losing control or going crazy.

In brief: Panic more intense

Anxiety is the apprehensive anticipation of future danger or misfortune accompanied by a feeling of tension or worry.
Panic attacks involve a sudden intense apprehension, fearfulness, or terror, often associated with feelings of impending doom. The reaction may involve shortness of breath, heart racing, adrenaline response that may trigger feelings of losing control or going crazy.
Dr. Joseph Boland
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