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I am 22 years old and have the problem of panic attacks/ social anxiety whenever I'm in social situation like doing exercise in gym, park or in any public places. So is there any medicine for that to reduce the symptoms of anxiety / panic attacks (symptoms like sweating, ghabrahat,panic attacks in public places, pounding heart, uncomfortable feeling, breathing problem when anxious). I know that therapy is very helpful but without medicine it is very difficult for me to become socialize. So kindly suggest me any medicine thanks in advance. Past history - g6pd deficiency and asthma by birth.

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Hello Lybrate user. You are so young and the whole life is waiting for you with its different colours and shadows. There are many things for you in life ,what requires is slightly change in approach. Is there any need to focus on anyone--its no. By focussing on others you are creating burden on yourself, they are also like you ,everyone has different issues in their life no one is focussing on you. You have created unnecessary burden on yourself. Whenever you go to such place just think about yourself .involve yourself in setting your own target. Slowly you will see the change. Enjoy and live each moment of it. Just focus on yourself do what ever makes you happy. Don't think about any one. And after all its your life so don't be dependent on others. Make some good friends. Initially start to interact with group of 2-3 peoples. Do some yoga meditation, develop some hobby. Its the peak time for you to make your career focus on your career. Please take help of any professional. If you need my help you can contact me online and you will surely feel the change. Take care.
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