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What is happening to you during a panic attack? And what are some ways to handle them?

Panic attacks can be a frightening experience. In this episode of 'Take What Serves. Leave the Rest,' host Brian Piatt talks with Dr. Chad Puffer, a child and adolescent psychiatrist, about his own experiences with panic attacks and what is happening inside your body when they occur.

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In this episode, host Bryan Piatt talks to Dr. Chad Puffer about ways to maneuver the experience of a panic attack.

Puffer is a child and adolescent psychiatrist, and the medical director for child and adolescent services in southern Minnesota for PrairieCare.

Puffer opens up about struggling with panic attacks in medical school and shares what helped him. He also talks about what's happening in our bodies when we experience a panic attack, the difference between a panic attack and panic disorder, and helping men be vulnerable about their mental health.

As always, take what serves you—and leave the rest.

(This podcast is not meant to replace therapy. If you feel you need it, we encourage you to reach out to a licensed mental health professional.)

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Bryan Piatt is a former TV news anchor who‘s sharing his journey with anxiety & OCD publicly through the podcast "Take What Serves. Leave the Rest", offering insight, wisdom and comfort for others maneuvering their mental health.
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