I just recently started exercising again, therefore I tend to get winded and get my heart rate up pretty quickly. I've noticed that when I exercise with my husband or daughter then it doesn't seem to bother me as badly. However, when I exercise alone I tend to stop sooner, and it also tends to trigger a panic attack.
I have heard of this condition before in people prone to panic attacks, since the increased heart rate and rapid breathing tricks your body into thinking it is in danger. However, with changing schedules, I will be exercising alone more and would like to see if anyone knows of any tricks to keep my body from jumping straight to the panic mode.
Thanks in advance for any suggestions or ideas!
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