Unfortunately, this is one of the main 'side effects' of anxiety/panic. Virtually, 100% of people suffer this when they are going through it in my opinion and this is what leads to more panic and depression. But there is SO much hope in dealing with this. I believe that you will become a much more well rounded person because of this experience. We learn so much more in bad times than in good; it is also what makes the good times so nice.
Now, are you confronting your anxiety? Have you talked this over with a therapist? Learning about this is the best way to deal with it in my experience with this. Keep those questions coming and please keep us posted...welcome to the forum!
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