Driving panic attacks are typical for sufferers of panic disorder. My first one came out of nowhere. At a red light I started to feel woozy. I don’t know why but I felt like I was trapped. All of a sudden, I felt panicky. I couldn’t escape. I began to hyperventilate which of course causes you to feel light headed and then tingly forearms which pretty much put me into full panic attack mode!
Finally the light mercifully turned green and I went into the nearest parking lot where I took a Xanax. After about 15 minutes, I managed to calm down a little bit. I was able to drive home but I was terrified the whole time. This one panic How to Buy Xanax 1 Mg Online without Prescription attack led to my agoraphobia and fear of driving which would take me over 6 months to Buy Xanax Online cure.
When I got home I was upset, sad and angry all at the same time. I created new driving rules for myself like only driving at night so there would be less cars on the road, only staying in the right hand lane (so I could pull into a store quickly) and making new routes for my destinations to avoid excessive amount of stoplights. I also never left the house without my trusty paper bag. These coping mechanisms would further solidify my agoraphobia and fear of driving.
It sounds completely ludicrous now, but these driving panic attacks almost ruined my life. If you’re like me, you’re probably too embarrassed to tell anyone or to get help. You are not alone! I know how you feel. I went to therapists and psychiatrists but couldn’t help me at all. In fact if you suffer from driving panic attacks, the last thing you want to do is drive to a therapy session. Thankfully, I stumbled upon a solution after months of frustration.
How To Prevent Driving Panic Attacks