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3. Sometimes, you experience belabored breathing when thinking worrisome thoughts, and this breathing is NOT tied to any recent physical activity.

You don’t have to be experiencing a full-blown anxiety attack to experience belabored breathing.  It’s common for our respiration to rise when we feel nervous and have anxious thoughts, and a counselor can teach us some very helpful breathing techniques to slow down our breathing and refocus our thoughts on good things.



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