You should start with a complete physical exam. That way, you can make sure that the symptoms aren’t coming from a disease you didn’t know about.
Consulting with a professional
Talk to a psychologist or psychiatrist trained to recognize when someone has been having panic attacks.
Your doctor may decide that medication should be part of your therapy, to lessen your attacks’ physical symptoms.
Exercise can help calm your mind and offset potential side effects of medication
Talk to others
Share, tap into others’ similar experiences, talk to the people you love- family, friends, colleagues etc.
Sharing your feelings with others dramatically reduces the mental burden and allows you to realize that you are not alone.