Does yawning start a panic attack?

Not Really. A panic attack is actually a description of a sense of overwhelming fear with no apparent physical cause. Now if a ''panic attack'' is quickly followed by a sneeze, no concern. If a panic attack follows a sneeze more than 50%, a thorough psychiatric evaluation would make sense in thus extremely rare circumstance. Hope this helps.
Yawning & Panic. It can be a trigger, partly related to exhaustion or poor sleep, although most panic attacks occur with no clear precipitating factor at that moment.
Never heard of this. But theoretically it is possible in such case it is called situational bound panic.

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