RN Having a Panic Attack ? I’m not Panicking though !

Watch as I can’t catch my breath and my heart races caught on my Blood Pressure machine. These are all symptoms of a Panic Attack. The only problem is, I’m not Panicking, and not feeling anxiety…What is this ?
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