Panic attacks can be scary and sometimes paralysing for sufferers. As most panic attacks are very sudden, they are overwhelming, giving the sufferer a feeling of lack of sufficient air, and taking away the ability to think clearly. Panic attacks can hit anyone – they may come with generalized anxiety or with depression. However, they can also occur out of the blue in people without previous experience. For many people, panic attacks can also be a regular part of their life, and in the worst case, the triggers or depth of the panic attack are not clear and predictable.
New Year’s Eve is one of most anticipated nights of years. But for our pets it can also be night of high anxiety. In the same challenges faced by pets on bonfire night, the loud music, shouting and of course the fireworks may cause our normally calm pets to think their world is under threat. This can have some upsetting consequences. Luckily our friends at Kennedy Wild Bird Food have some handy tips, to ensure your 2017 gets off to the best start for the entire family.