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This calms me and stops me feeling panicky. The Sun (2017)You can't really fight and rely on the beast to intervene, which can lead to some panicky moments. The Sun (2016)They make you feel sick and panicky. The Sun (2014)It was all getting a bit panicky. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Your daughter is young but can still learn how to cope with panicky feelings. The Sun (2015)Getting tense may give you the odd sleepless night or panicky moment. The Sun (2016)Some regular users get very panicky and feel they are being got at by other people. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)The weakness and the panicky feeling had gone. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Just looking at it tends to make me feel panicky. Christianity Today (2000)But there are many other explanations for panicky feelings and dizziness. The Sun (2010)The adrenalin rush speeds your heart up and can make you feel panicky, too. The Sun (2015)It's true to say that people suffering stress and anxiety do feel panicky at times. The Sun (2010)I can feel a panicky blush spreading over my neck. Times, Sunday Times (2007)So you ask for more power, which causes the committee to have a bit of a panicky wobble. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Let's say that you have a problem going to the cinema or theatre because you feel panicky there. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)Perch followed him into the book for dragging down the same player as he bore down on goal and it was all getting a bit panicky. The Sun (2010)If you have to leave a meeting or the theatre because you feel panicky don't feel that you have let yourself down. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)I sometimes feel panicky in crowded, noisy places. The Sun (2014)You now have ways of dealing with the panicky feeling you may experience, and you know that your symptoms can do you no harm. Banish Anxiety - how to stop worrying and take charge of your life (1991)And a panicky 999 call. The Sun (2010)The source added: 'It has left some people feeling uncomfortable and a bit panicky. The Sun (2012)She said: 'I got a bit panicky. The Sun (2011)He said: 'They seemed a bit panicky. The Sun (2015)It usually happens just as you're dropping off and it can make you feel panicky, too. The Sun (2014)After a panicky call from her dressmaker, she is worried that her train is now so long she will not be able to walk in it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You might feel a bit panicky today, but it's just that present problems are diversifying a bit too much for your liking. The Sun (2016)You pour your heart and soul into them, so it's a panicky feeling knowing they are being sent down the catwalk to be judged or criticised. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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