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Momina Mustehsan Openly Talks about her Panic Attacks

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The heartthrob of Pakistan since the release of Afreen Afreen, Momina Mustehsan talked about her emotional ups and downs and panic attacks she faced recently. She expressed her heart out through an Instagram post.

Momina said,  “Life is incredible, but we all have moments of weakness. While we share our moments of joy and strength on social media, it’s important that we acknowledge that none of us live a picture-perfect life.”

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Adding, “I have been immensely busy lately – occasionally taking multiple flights a day, running on almost no sleep and working all day every day for weeks without a single proper day of rest. All this while I had kept telling myself I was doing okay, keeping it together outwardly until I almost hit mental, emotional and physical exhaustion.”

Momina told all her fans that she was having panic attacks. “I woke up having a severe panic attack because I almost hit my threshold. Yes, those are real. And they crush and paralyze you for the moment. But that moment stays for as long as you let it stay. I always try dealing with all my problems by myself, but I reach out to people close to me when I know I could use the help. Please know that it’s okay to reach out for help. It doesn’t make you weak, it makes you human.”

She said that if someone around acts differently we must check on them stating, “If someone you care about starts behaving differently in any way, please take a moment to check whether they’re doing okay – even if they say they are fine. Sometimes all one needs is for someone to have a little faith in them and tell them that they believe in them. We are all self-sufficient, but we all occasionally need that extra push and reassurance from the people that mean the most to us.”

In the last few lines, she thanked her family and friends for taking care of her in tough times.

“To my near and dear ones that have helped me back up on my feet before I’ve fallen: Thank you. For believing in me when I find it hard to keep believing in myself. Thank you for seeing good in me when I’m unable to. For going the extra mile to help me find my strength again when I lose sight of it. Thank you for making me want to work harder to be a better human every day.”