Maybe Anthony can shed some light on this one? Of course at this point, anyone who can help would be a blessing! Sometimes I feel like we as people with PTSD tend to try and figure out every little nuiance of our disorder. Me thinks we think to much. When I was in therapy I learned that my attacks could happen any time with absolutely no reason behind it. I learned to ride it out, let it happen, do what I needed to feel safe and realize that this was not going to kill me. Is it possible that our panic and anxiety attacks just simply happen???? I know that mine sneak up on me out of the blue and after several years of therapy I learned to quit trying to understand why. Now, the attacks "seem" to be less in tense when they happen, but unfortunately; they are still happening. I hate my panic/anxiety disorder. I can actually get dehydrated from having an attack. I sweat profusely during my attacks. It is embarrassing when I am in public to have sweat dripping off my chin when in a check out line. But, screw em if they can't handle it. It's none of their business So guys, do we think to much?????