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    It feels as if i have a gun pointing to my head... how can i stay calm?
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    That's perfectly normal, Almost Everyone feels the exact same way as you (Some people throw-up in the morning), Just Take deep breaths and maybe drink some water; assure yourself everything will be okay and once you have been going for 10 minutes or so, You're brain will get to grips with what's going on.
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    Breath in deeply, and hold it for 5 seconds, then breath out. Repeat several times.
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    Try and count how many ceiling tiles are in the row above you, or how many people are in the row in front of you. Any sort of activity like that to put you mind at ease.
 
 
 
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